Thursday, June 4, 2009

Low Debt Canadian Basic Materials and Energy Companies

In response to a member of www.dailypaul.com, a site dedicated to Dr. Ron Paul and his Campaign for Liberty, I am posting a few screenshots of my brokerage stock screener. Webpence, these are for you and anyone else who wants some information of Canadian stocks.

Here is a list of Low Debt to Equity companies in the Basic Materials sector. They are either listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, or the TSX Ventures Exchange.



Here is a list of High-Yielding Energy Securities. They are either listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, or the TSX Ventures Exchange.


And here is a list of High Yielding Basic Materials Stocks and Income Trusts. They are either listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, or the TSX Ventures Exchange.


You can find quotes for these on many sites like:

Google Finance Canada

TSX website

Globe and Mail

Reuters

Stockwatch

Always remember one important thing, although the fundamentals for base materials and energy have improved greatly as a RESULT of this crisis.

When you buy a company long term you are not only betting on the production of the company, you are betting on the management. Make sure you do your due diligence and know that the company you own has management who will capitalize on market opportunities, instead of watching other companies do it!

If you have any questions, stocks that you would like an opinion on, or just want to say hi, feel free to email me!

J_Derek_Blain@hotmail.com

Happy investing all!

2 comments:

  1. How can one invest in these stocks here in U.S.?

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  2. You just have to find a stock-broker who allows you to buy stocks off of the TSX and TSX Ventures exchange here in Canada.

    Many of the major ones do (as they also have Canadian divisions). TD Ameritrade does for sure as it is a branch of TD Waterhouse here in Canada. I think E-Trade does as well. And of course Euro-Pacific Capital (Peter Schiff's company) offers a huge list of foreign exchanges they allow you to buy on.

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