Shaw Communications is a good bet right now, this investor says

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Shaw Communications (Shaw Communications Stock Quote, Chart, News TSX:SJR.B) hasn’t seen much movement over the past three months, but investors looking for a nice defensive play during these uncertain times could do a lot worse than this stock, says portfolio manager Stephen Takacsy of Lester Asset Management. “We all know Shaw well by now,” said […]

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