Winpak lacks dividend consistency …

Winpak is a leading packaging company, engaging in producing and distributing high-quality packaging materials and packaging machines. The company has twelve manufacturing facilities in North America and its products are used in food, beverages, pharmaceuticals, medical, and personal care industries. Winpak operates principally in the United States (~80% of 2020 revenues), Canada (~13%), and Mexico … Read more

Monthly Dividend Stock In Focus: TransAlta Renewables

Updated on June 21st, 2021 by Bob Ciura The renewable energy industry is not well-known for recession-resistant businesses. Companies in the sector tend to be unprofitable and typically do not pay dividends to shareholders. Many investors might avoid the renewables industry as a result, but TransAlta Renewables (TRSWF) is an under-appreciated company in renewable energy. … Read more

ECN Capital Growing Fast

ECN Capital is a leading business service provider to North American based banks, credit unions, life insurance companies, pension funds, and investment funds. It also offers advisory and management services to prime credit portfolios. ECN owns a portfolio of business services providers that operate under a fee-based, asset-light model. The company operates through three market-leading … Read more

TMX Group

TMX Group owns and operates trading exchanges in Canada. It provides listing markets, trading markets, clearing facilities, depository services, technology solutions, data products, and other services to the global financial community. TMX is No.1 by the number of listed companies in global growth capital marketplaces. It is also the fourth largest exchange group by the … Read more

Realty Income Delivers High Yields and Dependable Dividend Growth

Realty Income (O) is a real estate investment trust, which invests in commercial properties. The REIT owned 6500 properties, most of which were single-tenant ones. Realty Income has a weighted average remaining lease term (excluding rights to extend a lease at the option of the tenant) of approximately ten years. These are triple-net leases, where … Read more

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