BCE is an expensive stock: Greg Newman

Dec 13 21:12 2019 Print This Article

Canadian telecom giant BCE (BCE Stock Quote, Chart, News TSX:BCE) is now a victim of its own success, according to Greg Newman of Scotia Wealth Management, who thinks investors looking for stock appreciation in the telco field should be looking at other names. For a normally slow-developing dividend name, BCE has been on an out-and-out […]

The post BCE is an expensive stock: Greg Newman appeared first on Cantech Letter.

Read More

About Article Author

Cantech Letter

Founded in 2008 by Nick Waddell, Cantech Letter is an online magazine focusing on Canadian technology. The site has grown into one of the most popular and respected financial sites in Canada, and was described by Canadian Business Magazine as “one of Canada’s premier technology newsletters”. Waddell, who is Senior Editor, is routinely called on by the mainstream media for perspective on Canadian technology, and has been featured on BNN, CTV News Channel, and the CBC program “The Lang and O’Leary Exchange” in addition to mainstream print media such as The Guardian, The International Business Times, The Globe and Mail, Macleans, The Waterloo Record , Canadian Business, Slate, and Business Insider. You can email Nick at nick@cantechletter.com Cantech Letter is focused on those companies listed on the TSX and TSXV Technology, Cleantech and Life Sciences Sectors. Each year we present the Cantech Letter Awards, which honor Canada’s Top Technology Stock and Top Technology Stock Executive.

Related Items

Question and Answer session on The Citizen’s Guide to Climate Success

Here is the video recording of my Question and Answer session on The Citizen’s Guide to Climate Success on May 12, 2020. Thank you to the group, Climate Crisis Legislation Needed Now, particularly Ken Johnson and Kathleen O’Hara. ...

The state of COVID-19 testing

In these unprecedented times, we know that controlling the spread of novel coronavirus requires social distancing and testing. While all of us are doing our parts to stay at home, there’s a lot of confusion, chaos and frustration surrounding coronavirus testing in the US.  Before going further, ...

Thoughts on the State of DeFi

The last couple of weeks have been quite a test for cryptocurrency markets in general and DeFi in particular. On Black Thursday (March 12), BTC/ETH prices declined by ~50% and DeFi’s flagship project, MakerDAO, ended up with ~$5 million USD in unbacked DAI. You can read Tom Schmidt’s excellent ...

A deep retrofit of homes and buildings is the megaproject Canada needs

Ramping down carbon emissions from homes and buildings can help us rebuild Canada’s economy after the pandemic. ...

Rebuilding Canada’s economy includes energy resiliency in remote communities (blog)

This is the moment to create a roadmap for a society that is more resilient to these macro shocks – whether they are brought about by a pandemic or climate change. Canada’s response must support a more resilient, healthier economy that is competitive and shows economic strength in a decarbonize ...

BRC Webinar Series

Join the Business Renewables Centre-Canada and some of our founding members for our inaugural BRC Webinar Series to learn about the basics of corporate renewable procurement and what its future in Canada looks like. ...

Understanding engineering economics

One of the most important books in my telecom library is entitled Engineering Economy, A Manager’s Guide to Economic Decision Making, by AT&T – the original, pre-divestiture, full Bell System, AT&T. Mine is a copy of the third edition, dating back to 1977, just a couple years before I got into ...

A key to recovery? Communications leadership

An article in the weekend Toronto Star credits Canada’s strong telecommunications infrastructure with helping the country manage through the COVID-19 crisis so far. I would add that we need strong leadership to guide development of smart telecommunications policy. In “What Canada can learn from ...

Archival papers in a digital age

Last week, I wrote about one of the most useful books in my personal library (Engineering Economy), a book I received when I was a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs in the mid 1980s. I have some other printed books that I go to regularly, such as an autographed copy of the 2006 report of the T ...

Great networks are just a part of the equation

Perhaps more than ever before, the availability of universal on-line connectivity has been a prominent part of the public conversation. With people stuck at home, awareness of the digital divide has never been more profound. It is worthwhile taking a look at intermediate successes that should be ce ...

Competition brings out the best

At the Rural and Remote Broadband Conference earlier this week, a number of speakers used roadways as a metaphor for a utility model of internet investment, saying that we don’t have different roads for different makes of cars. No, we don’t. Almost every type of vehicle can ride on top of almos ...

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

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 As ...