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Manulife Financial Corporation (MFC.TO)
Toronto - Toronto Real Time Price. Currency in CAD
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This was a tough stock for a long time but it has paid off being loyal. Financials are the place to be in 2021!
So glad I bought this stock something like 3 months ago. Many great dividend stocks in Canada:)
Is Manulife Financial Corporation a long term investment ?
Wish I had bought more shares. I have full trust this company. Nice dividend capital appreciation. Can't go wrong here.
this is by far the easiest stock to hold aside from the bank stocks that i have. yes the EV, energy, bitcoin, and drone stocks are fun and exciting and i play those too, but this and the bank stocks are like home lol great value, stable and dividends!! no reason to not purchase at these price levels
Anyone get their divs yet?
Why people don't buy this more, dividend and p/e are fantastic
i bought in at 12.3 USD.. This stock has done me well, but seems to get a bit expensive.. should I sell and take the profits?
why is their pe way lower than the rest ?
Is this just riding the banks' high, or did something happen? Don't see any news, and div isn't for almost a month...
Finally, this could break above its stagnate level. This should over $30 at the very least.
Red seas today in the Markets and MFC is in the green. A good sign.
52 week high here we come!
Very undervalued and under appreciated.
A years worth of dividends in one days gain
Bought Preferred Series J when COVID hit last March, somewhere around C$12. It's now over $25 and pays a buck a year in dividends. Even at $25 face-value it's paying 4%. At C$12, it's paying 8% and maintains that face-value at renewal, which is always above market rate. Did the same with TRP and BMO. I love preferreds.
dividend coming soon!!
When will this stay above 25?
Not a blowout but we beat expectations for EPS, market had expected a slight miss when compared to 2019, we put up a small beat. Nice inflows in assets under management. Not a blowout so likely a muted response from investors tomorrow. Holding the current dividend, I would anticipate a rise in Q2. I'm seeing a lot of caution in Div raises. For example, another insurer I own, Intact Financial, usually an annual raise sure thing, had a good quarter and year but held dividends stable for another quarter. This looks much the same to me.
It never fails to amaze me when I study this company that it is trading under current book value. How is a brand this powerful with a strong global market share not trading above book? Not to mention the solid ~5% dividend. This stock will provide solid returns over the long haul, and I plan to keep holding.
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