Rogers Communications stock has become pricey, this investor says

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Safety during times of market uncertainty is a virtue, which is why utility stocks like the Canadian telecoms with their fat dividends and low volatility are perennial favourites among investors. But there’s something to be said for taking a less defensive stance — especially when the alternative options are on the pricey side, which is […]

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