Get a 5.7% yield for Nutrien Ltd. with rising revenue

Get a 5.7% yield for Nutrien Ltd. with rising revenue

Improved weather and soil conditions led to a 12.6% jump in revenue for this company during the most-recent quarter.

A recent soybean-related acquisition continues to diversify the firm’s geographical reach and product offerings.

NUTRIEN LTD., (Toronto symbol NTR; www.nutrien.com) took its current form on January 1, 2018,… Read More

Get a 3.9% yield from Nutrien Ltd.

Get a 3.9% yield from Nutrien Ltd.

Investors benefited from a 3.6% revenue rise for this industry giant’s agricultural retail operations in the most-recent quarter.

A potash mine shutdown should further boost the firm’s rising profitability as it helps support market prices.

The stock trades at 19.4 times the company’s earnings.


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Potash Corp. & Agrium Inc. merger should pay off

Agrium Inc. has now completed its merger with Potash Corp. The new combined company, Nutrien, has benefited from higher commodity prices and better-than-expected cost cutting following the merger. This industry giant has also made strategic acquisitions to further spur its earnings.

The company has raised its… Read More

Merger savings help Nutrien expand

NUTRIEN LTD. $71 (Toronto symbol NTR; Aggressive Growth Portfolio, Resources sector; Shares outstanding: 594.6 million; Market cap: $42.2 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 2.2; Dividend yield: 3.4%; TSINetwork Rating: Average; www.nutrien.com) took its current form on January 1, 2018, through the merger of Agrium (old symbol AGU) and rival… Read More

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CAE INC., $33.85, Toronto symbol CAE, is a leading maker of flight simulators for commercial and military aircraft. It also operates pilot-training schools in over 30 countries and makes mannequins and other medical-simulators for training health professionals.

CAE last raised its quarterly dividend with the September… Read More