DSR Stock Cards


This is the DSR Stock Card section. You will find a one pager of each company we follow. Each stock card includes a graph with additional important metrics, a short description of the company’s best advantages, its strengths and its valuation according to the Dividend Discount Model.

Click on each company’s name or Ticker to access the DSR Stock Card (pdf format).

*please note this page was created in June 2015 and we keep adding stock card on a weekly basis. Each stock card has its creation date.


Dividend Stocks We Follow

USD Stocks:

AAPL – Apple Inc.

ADI – Analog Devices

ALV – Autoliv

BLK – BlackRock Inc.

CALM – Cal-Maine Foods

CAT – Caterpillar

CL – Colgate-Palmolive

CLX – Clorox

CNI – Canadian National Railway

CVX – Chevron Corp.

DIS – Walt Disney

GIS – General Mills

GNTX – Gentex

GPC – Genuine Parts Co

HAS – Hasbro

HP – Helmerick & Payne

HRL – Hormel Foods

IDA – Idacorp Inc.

INTC – Intel

JNJ – Johnson & Johnson

KMB – Kimberly-Clark

KO – Coca-Cola

LAZ – Lazard

LLY – Eli Lilly

LMT – Lockheed Martin

LOW – Lowe’s Companies

MAT – Mattel

MCD – McDonald’s Corp

MHLD – Maiden Holdings LTD.

MMM – 3M

MSFT – Microsoft Inc.

NDSN – Nordson

PEP – PepsiCo

PG – Proctor & Gamble

RAI – Reynolds American

RY – RBC (Royal Bank of Canada)

T – AT&T

UNP – Union Pacific

VZ – Verizon Communications Inc.

WBA – Walgreens Boots Alliance

WEC – Wisconsin Energy

WR – Westar Energy

XEL – Xcel Energy

XOM – Exxon Mobil


CAD Stocks:

AGU – Agrium

ATD.B.TO – Alimentation Couche-Tard

BCE – BCE (Bell)

BEI.UN – Boardwalk (REIT)

BNS – Bank of Nova Scotia (ScotiaBank)

CGY.TO – Calian Group

CNR – Canadian National Railway

EMA.TO – Emera

FTT.TO – Finning International

GS.TO – Gluskin & Scheff

IFC.TO – Intact Financial

LAS.A.TO – Lassonde Industries

NA.TO – National Bank

PKI.TO – Parkland Fuel

POT – Potash

RCI – Rogers Communications

REI.UN – RioCan

RY – Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)

T – Telus

TD – Toronto-Dominion Bank

WSP.TO – WSP Global


Dividend Kings

USD Stocks:

CL – Colgate-Palmolive

EMR – Emerson Electric

GPC – Genuine Parts Co

HRL – Hormel Foods

JNJ – Johnson & Johnson

KO – Coca-Cola

MMM – 3M

PG – Proctor & Gamble


CAD Stocks:



Readers’ Requests

USD Stocks:

ABBV – AbbVie

APD – Air Products & Chemicals

BAX – Baxter International

BF.B – Brown-Forman Corporation

BXLT – Baxalta

CBRL – Cracker Barrel Old

CMI – Cummins

COST – Costco Wholesale

CSCO – Cisco

DOW – Dow Chemical

ENB – Enbridge

ETN – Eaton Corporation

GRMN – Garmin

MAIN – Main Street Capital

MKC – McCormick & Company

PII – Polaris Industries

POR – Portland General Electric

PRU – Prudential Financials

PX – Praxair

SFL – Ship Finance International

SUN – Sunnoco LP

SWM – Schweitzer-Mauduit Intl

SWK – Stanley Black & Decker

SJR – Shaw Communications

TCL.A.TO – Transcontinental

TRP.TO – Transcanada

TGT – Target

TROW – T. Rowe Price Group

UNH – UnitedHealth Group

WFC – Wells Fargo

WMT – Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

WPC – W.P. Carney


CAD Stocks:

ACO.X.TO – Atco

AQN – Algonquin Power

BMO – Bank of Montreal

CM – Canadian Imperial Bank (CIBC)

CUF.UN.TO – Cominar

D.UN.TO – Dream Office

HCG.TO – Home Capital Group

HLF.TO – High Liner Foods

IPL.TO – Inter Pipeline

MRU.TO – Metro

PPL.TO – Pembina Pipeline


11 Responses to DSR Stock Cards

  1. Jean Noel Martineau says:

    Hello Mike,

    What do you think of CWB at current price for 5 years plus investment?

    Last five year div growth = 12%+, Payout Ratio = 30%, P/E=11, P/B=1.1 and yield nearing 3%

    Of course there are headwinds that can last a few years but when good times return the P/E would likely return to higher level. If not 3% is not bad with good liked of dividend increases since Payout ratio is low?

    What do you think?

    • The Dividend Guy says:

      Hello Jean-Noel,

      If you have a strong portfolio already, CWB is a great addition. It will go through a tougher period since it’s based in Alberta and will face some kind of recession there if oil price remains low. However, sooner or later, CWV will benefit from a stronger oil price in the future. The stock lost 25% over the past 12 months and it seems to have stabilized. Probably a good entry point at this time, but be prepared to remain patient with this investment.

      I hope it helps!


        • The Dividend Guy says:

          Hello Rob,

          There is an interesting play to make on CWB… when the oil price will go back up. I think this bank has always been undervalued because of its strong link with Alberta and the oil industry. In the 2000’s (before the 2008 crash), the stock went up by over 600%. However, it can also take a beating in situation like right now.

          The Big 5 will pay a higher yield and their stock price will be less volatile as their income source is more diversified. BNS for example, is active in many Latin countries.



  2. Piet Molenkamp says:

    I like to see the stock card BAX

    Thank you for your time

  3. Debra says:

    Hi Mike – I’m really curious why there aren’t any energy stocks on your Canadian list? Thanks.

    • The Dividend Guy says:

      Hello Debra,
      I found the energy sector a bit too volatile this year and wanted to wait a bit before doing stock valuation. I have the energy sector in my “to do” list for early 2016.

  4. Links says:

    Hi Mike,

    Just wondered about your thinking on Potash. They cut their dividend and closed a mine. Could this be a positive proactive decision or a sign of trouble ahead?


    • The Dividend Guy says:

      Hello Ryan,
      Personally, I follow my 7 investing rules and I sell stocks that cut their dividend. We only have POT in our 500K+ portfolio at the moment, and we are currently looking to replace it. The change will probably occur in February as we don’t want to rush any trades.

  5. Janice Rickermann says:

    Love the stock cards. Would like to see cards for Campbell’s and General Mills. People eat no matter what.

    • The Dividend Guy says:

      Hello Janice,
      Thank you for your comment. GIS stock cards is coming up! we are reviewing several of them in the beginning of the year.

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