7 Canadian Stocks with Impressive Earnings and Dividend Growth

7 Canadian Stocks with Impressive Earnings and Dividend Growth

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These seven Toronto Stock Exchange listed stocks have been able to grow their earnings and the dividend by 15% a year on average over the last five years.  Ranging from convenience stores to software engineering, these seven stocks have been very good for dividend growth investors. 

These companies have not only been able to grow their dividend successfully, but also grow their earnings at a rapid pace to ensure the dividend payouts are safe.  Another very important metric in the safety of the dividend is the payout ratio.  This is a percentage of earnings that are going to pay out the dividend.  If this ratio is close to or exceeds 100%, the company could be at risk of cutting the dividend.  This varies a lot sector by sector depending on how stable and predictable earnings are.

Here is the list sorted by market cap.  These columns are sortable by simply clicking on the column header you wish to sort by.

Alimentation Couche-Tard

Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc operates a network of convenience stores across North America, Ireland, Scandinavia, Poland, the Baltics, and Russia. The company primarily generates income through the sale of tobacco products, groceries, beverages, fresh food, quick service restaurants, car wash services, other retail products and services, road transportation fuel, stationary energy, marine fuel, and chemicals. In addition, the company operates more stores under the Circle K banner in other countries such as China, Egypt, and Malaysia. Its operation is geographically divided into U.S., Europe, and Canada. Revenue from external customers fall mainly into three categories: merchandise and services, road transportation fuel, and other.

CCL Industries

CCL Industries Inc manufactures and sells packaging and packaging-related products. The company operates through various segments which include The CCL segment, which generates the majority of revenue, sells pressure sensitive and extruded film materials used for labels on consumer packaging, healthcare, automotive, and consumer durable products. The Avery segment sells software, labels, tags, dividers, badges, and specialty card products under the Avery brand. The Checkpoint segment includes the manufacturing and selling of technology-driven, inventory management, and labeling solutions. And Innovia segment through which it manufactures specialty films. The majority of revenue comes from North America.

West Fraser Timber

West Fraser Timber is a softwood lumber company that also produces wood panels and pulp products. The company is active throughout North America, with lumber mills in British Columbia, Alberta, and the southeastern United States.

Enghouse Systems

Enghouse Systems Ltd is a Canada-based provider of software and services to a variety of end markets. The firm's operations are organized in two segments namely, the Interactive Management Group and the Asset Management Group. The firm has operations in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Sweden, Israel, Croatia, Denmark, Norway, India, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Australia etc.

NFI Group

NFI Group Inc is a Canadian automobile manufacturer. The company organises itself into two segments: manufacturing operations, and aftermarket operations. Manufacturing operations, which represents more than half of the company's revenue, includes the manufacture of transit buses for public transportation, and motor coaches. Aftermarket operations includes spare parts and servicing related to transit buses and motor coaches.

Clairvest Group

Clairvest Group Inc is a Canadian equity investment firm. The company invests in and partners with the management teams of business that have the potential to create average returns in their respective industries. Clairvest contributes financing and strategic expertise to support the growth and development of its investee companies in order to create realizable value for all shareholders. Clairvest invests its own capital into entrepreneurial corporations.

GoEasy

goeasy Ltd provides financial services to own furniture, electronics, computers, and appliances. It offers merchandise leasing of household furnishings, appliances, and home electronic products to consumers under weekly or monthly leasing agreements. The company also offers unsecured installment loans to consumers. Its reportable business segments include easyhome and easyfinancial, of which it derives maximum revenue from easyfinancial segment.

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