Buy BCE for the dividend, Christine Poole says

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Canadian telecom company BCE Inc. (Quote, Chart TSX, NYSE:BCE) has been a definite bummer of a stock this year, but how can you say no to that hefty dividend yield, now up over 5.5 per cent? For risk-averse investors it’s a no brainer, says Christine Poole of GlobeInvest Capital Management, who maintains that BCE’s track […]

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