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The Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Real Time Price. Currency in CAD
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56.50+0.87 (+1.56%)
As of 2:55PM EDT. Market open.
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  • T
    Ex-dividend date was 2 weeks ago. Haven't received any dividends yet, how long does it usually take to actually receive? 😳
  • I
    Whats a good entry point for this stock? Does the price usually fall slightly after dividend payout?
  • A
    I have a buy order at 55.30. Never missed by a penny before. Canada doesn't even use pennies.
  • f
  • N
    I thinks it's past that. I will likely bounce around $55 (52-58) for the next while. Low rates will keep it from going significantly higher for some time to come. But it for the dividend and long-term growth.
  • t
    this is really off-topic but how many shares with different companies do you guys have? I have small portions of shares across 3 companies is there such thing as owning to many shares across many companies or any negitave things i should know about, i just started this investing stuff and still learning
  • N
    Loook at me im canadian. I eat maple syrup and drive a moose. Oooooo oooooo.
  • b
    Really strange. This stock is greentoday when most are in the red.
  • P
    P/E of 10. Time to load the boat.
  • c
    I’m 100% confident BNS will reach all time highs within the next 3-5 years. Additionally, their dividend makes it a lot easier to hold, compared to my growth companies haha. However, we can expect a slight dividend cut within that time frame, in order to level out their payout ratio, plus a few other factors. Patience has made me money and it can for you as well.
  • A
    Buy more or hold?
    Own 86 shares currently
  • X
    any good news today?
  • f
    In addition to my BNS common stock, I just recently added CIC due to its high dividend and the fact that the ETF owns all six Canadian banks and covered calls. True, its past performance hasn't been great, but I'll chance $30K worth of it just for the dividend alone. I'll continue to hold onto my BNS seeing as my average cost is well below Can.$37.50.
  • a
    I'm still mulling this one over . At first glance this Canadian bank looks like the best value of it's Canadian peers. Pays over 6% before foreign tax. The tax still leaves you with over 4% dividend . Currency fluctuation makes the dividend slightly different yearly as the Canadian dollar is converted to dollars to pay the divy in US currency ( I suspect currently that is to the US investors advantage as the dollar is expected to fall further with another stimulus package). While other Canadian banks are reducing loss loan reserves , it turns out BNS has more global exposure than the rest of the Canadian banks and may indeed have to raise loan loss reserves as a result . But on the other hand , BNS has not really participated in the Canadian bank rally and has the most potential for price appreciation once loan losses plateau. If anyone has anything to add to sway opinion one way or the other lets have it , because I'm stuck in neutral on this one
  • P
    Looking for this to break 60 soon
  • k
    When I will get dividend ? DO I have to own the stock for certain time ?
  • B
    Great stock to own, but with uncertain outcome for the next couple of years. Less exposure in Asia and the Caribbean is a concern.....
  • A
    Stock is flat and not going anywhere
  • I
    Love BNS, they are one of the most diversified in terms of business compared to other banks. COVID took a hit but this will easily ride it. Not a big investor but I already built up 400 shares with an average of 56$.

    I'll happily take my 360$ every quarter while waiting for my small gains little by little
  • t
    sorry to ask does this bank pay 80 cents per share every 3 months or?