Pembina Pipeline Corp. yields 7.4%

Pembina Pipeline Corp. yields 7.4%

This company’s payout looks safe due to secure cash flow from its long-term contracts.

A recent acquisition should also help diversify its operations, and add to its earnings and cut its costs.

PEMBINA PIPELINE, (Toronto symbol PPL; www.pembina.com) operates pipelines that carry half of Alberta’s… Read More

High-quality projects add to their appeal

High-yielding utilities Brookfield and Pembina remain great choices for income-seeking investors. Not only do their dividends look sustainable, but their new projects set the stage for more increases over the next few years.
BROOKFIELD RENEWABLE PARTNERS L.P. $58 is a buy. Through units in the partnership (Toronto symbol… Read More

These renewables offer exceptional outlooks

Most of Pembina’s pipelines operate under long-term contracts, with Innergex’s renewable energy projects also selling their power under long-term government-guaranteed agreements. That helps lower risk for both firms in today’s uncertain economy. Meanwhile, their investors tap sustainable yields. While that adds to the appeal of Pembina and… Read More

Here are key updates to build your returns: Pembina Pipeline Corp., Extendicare Inc. and Leon’s Furniture

PEMBINA PIPELINE CORP. $34 is a buy. The company (Toronto symbol PPL; High-Growth Dividend Payer Portfolio; Utilities sector; Shares o/s: 550.0 million; Market cap: $18.7 billion; Divd. yield: 7.4%; Divd. Sustainability Rating: Above Average; www.pembina.com) last increased its monthly dividend by 5.0% with the January 2020 payment, to $0.21… Read More