TSX 60 Ex Dividend Date & Dividend Yield

It’s December already and we are only a few days away from Xmas! I’m super excited as I will offer my kid a trip to Disney early in 2013!!! this is going to be awesome :-).


I’ve taken last week off to start working on my “Best 2013 Dividend Stocks” eBook that will be launched on January 1st 2013. Make sure to register to my newsletter in order to receive it for free before anyone else!


In the meantime, let’s start the month with the TSX ex dividend date and dividend yield chart:


TickerNamePriceDividend YieldPayout RatioEx-Date
PWTPenn West Petroleum Ltd11.19.738812/27/2012
ERFEnerplus Corp13.288.13355.0512/6/2012
TATransAlta Corp14.957.7666.92/22/2013
CPGCrescent Point Energy Corp39.017.08383.5112/28/2012
COSCanadian Oil Sands Ltd20.166.9446.592/20/2013
BCEBCE Inc42.065.471.0312/12/2012
SLFSun Life Financial Inc27.195.3N/A3/4/2013
BMOBank of Montreal59.674.8354.131/28/2013
ARXARC Resources Ltd24.884.82119.8612/27/2012
CMCanadian Imperial Bank of Commerce/Canada80.24.6947.7412/24/2012
TRIThomson Reuters Corp27.354.67N/A2/19/2013
POWPower Corp of Canada254.6452.6712/6/2012
SJR/BShaw Communications Inc21.94.4347.8412/12/2012
HSEHusky Energy Inc27.884.350.093/20/2013
RYRoyal Bank of Canada58.94.0745.454/23/2013
MFCManulife Financial Corp12.784.07703.762/22/2013
NANational Bank of Canada77.584.0738.3612/26/2012
BNSBank of Nova Scotia564.0744.3612/27/2012
TTELUS Corp64.843.9558.6512/7/2012
TRPTransCanada Corp45.983.8376.2712/27/2012
TDToronto-Dominion Bank/The82.983.7140.571/2/2013
ECAEncana Corp21.73.66459.3812/12/2012
RCI/BRogers Communications Inc43.873.649.0112/12/2012
FTSFortis Inc/Canada33.383.5968.242/13/2013
BBD/BBombardier Inc3.512.8923.6712/12/2012
ENBEnbridge Inc40.222.8176.592/13/2013
TCK/BTeck Resources Ltd33.632.6815.4912/12/2012
CVECenovus Energy Inc33.362.6440.812/12/2012
LLoblaw Cos Ltd33.472.6330.7612/12/2012
SCShoppers Drug Mart Corp41.812.5435.2912/27/2012
TLMTalisman Energy Inc11.182.4235.72/13/2013
WNGeorge Weston Ltd62.92.4231.4712/12/2012
MGMagna International Inc46.352.3623.183/8/2013
ABXBarrick Gold Corp34.492.311.352/26/2013
SNCSNC-Lavalin Group Inc39.42.2333.464/3/2013
CCOCameco Corp18.122.2135.0512/27/2012
IMGIAMGOLD Corp11.742.20.0212/20/2012
POTPotash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc38.432.177.794/10/2013
CTC/ACanadian Tire Corp Ltd65.92.1219.644/26/2013
THITim Hortons Inc46.21.8228.83/5/2013
SAPSaputo Inc46.041.8238.613/7/2013
CNRCanadian National Railway Co89.341.6823.8112/6/2012
BAM/ABrookfield Asset Management Inc34.581.6117.234/29/2013
SUSuncor Energy Inc32.461.615.73/1/2013
KKinross Gold Corp10.061.55N/A3/20/2013
CPCanadian Pacific Railway Ltd92.71.5134.7412/24/2012
CNQCanadian Natural Resources Ltd28.591.4714.9212/12/2012
AEMAgnico-Eagle Mines Ltd55.391.43N/A2/27/2013
MRUMetro Inc61.161.4117.652/6/2013
GGoldcorp Inc38.711.417.5412/11/2012
YRIYamana Gold Inc18.721.3821.0712/27/2012
IMOImperial Oil Ltd42.351.1311.062/27/2013
GILGildan Activewear Inc34.781.0315.212/11/2012
AGUAgrium Inc101.441.012.931/2/2013
ELDEldorado Gold Corp14.350.8419.192/6/2013
NXYNexen Inc24.390.8226.3312/6/2012
SLWSilver Wheaton Corp36.570.7611.564/2/2013
FMFirst Quantum Minerals Ltd20.40.5914.74/15/2013
RIMResearch In Motion Ltd11.5900N/A
VRXValeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc55.3400N/A


Last week, RBC started the Bank earning season with a boom and we are expecting more good news to come from banks for this quarter. I’ve pulled out some interesting metrics from the “Big 6”. Here they are:


NameNational Bank of CanadaRoyal Bank of CanadaToronto-Dominion Bank/TheCanadian Imperial Bank of Commerce/CanadaBank of Nova ScotiaBank of Montreal
Dividend Metrics
Current Dividend Yield4.24.253.884.844.284.97
5 year Dividend Growth6.24.616.493.24.710.8
1 year Dividend Growth12.419.6210.733.76.830.71
Company Metrics
Sales Growth (1 year)14.167.757.146.8212.4313.6
Sales Growth (5 year)-1.38-1.524.29-4.342.220.22
EPS growth (5 year)8.411.465.24163.7612.543.37
P/E ratio8.4512.0510.6710.0511.589.2
P/E Next Year9.2710.7610.199.4210.429.84
Payout ratio38.3646.6140.5747.7444.3654.13
Return on Equity22.4619.2114.8522.5819.3815.85
Debt to Capital Ratio3.571.321.12.481.461.97


I’ve written a piece on Canadian Banks two weeks ago. I’m sticking with National Bank (NA) and ScotiaBank (BNS). I bet is that National Bank will increase its dividend for a second time this year… what do you think?



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  1. Michel says

    I think TD is by far the best bank to own. I’ve held it for more than a decade through thick and thin. It has the best dividend growth and I like their activities in the US. Most years, it wins best customer service! Over the years, I think it has had the best management. My number two would be RY. It does most things well, and it’s big.

  2. Mike says

    TD has been awesome for the past decade and it was definitely a good pick :-). I’m curious to see how they can handle a mortgage slowdown in the Toronto area though. That is my only concern so far.

  3. says

    Hi Mike! I always look forward to the TSX60 list. I like to see where my holdings are standing and how potential candidates are doing. For instance, COS seems interesting. The yield is good and the payout ratio appears reasonable. What do you think?

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