Don’t let market-beating returns pass you by

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CN recently settled an eight-day strike by its conductors and yard workers. The resolution came sooner than many analysts had expected. Still, the strike was long enough and impacted enough industries to highlight the huge importance of railways to Canada’s economy. That’s why we believe all our subscribers benefit from holding at least one of these two rail stocks. For new buying, however, you’ll benefit most from CP—our #1 Conservative Buy for 2019. It’s 27.5% gain in the past year has outpaced the rise for the broader Canadian market, with the TSX 60 Index up 19%. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY LTD. $327 is a buy for investors. The stock (Toronto symbol CP; Conservative Growth Portfolio, Manufacturing & Industry sector; Shares outstanding: 139.8 million; Market cap: $45.7 billion; Price-to-sales ratio: 5.8; Dividend yield: 1.0%; TSINetwork Rating: Above Average; www.cpr.ca) lets you tap a railway shipping freight over a network between Montreal and Vancouver. It also links to hubs in the U.S. Midwest and Northeast. In the third…

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