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Canadian Royalty Trusts Anyone?

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Oil & Gas Canadian Royalty Trusts Benchmarking Analysis is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists, that offers comprehensive information on the operational and financial performance of large Oil & Gas Canadian Royalty Trusts. The report benchmarks and analyzes large Oil & Gas Canadian Royalty Trusts on various operational and financial parameters. The report is an essential source for key operational data, analysis and strategic insights into Royalty Trusts. It provides detailed information on the key operational and financial parameters for the last five years. It also highlights the top ranked ...
or it can be paid to the shareholders as a dividend. Many corporations retain a portion of their earnings and pay the remainder as a dividend. For a joint stock company , a dividend is allocated as a fixed amount per share. Therefore, a shareholder receives a dividend in proportion to their shareholding. For the joint stock company, paying dividends is not an expense ; rather, it is the division of after tax profits among shareholders. Retained earnings (profits that have not been distributed as dividends) are shown in the shareholder equity section in the company´s balance sheet - the same as its issued share capital. Public ...
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Six Giant Banks Made $51 Billion Last Year; The Other 980 Lost Money
  I am too mad to make any comments about bailouts, thieving from our seniors retirements etc etc etc.... ownership in BP,  ownership in toxic oil dispersements,  ownership in 96% of the MSM,  see?  That is why I don't want to comment as its rehashing what we all know, but its outrage to look at their bottom line numbers in profits that we didn't get to share as taxpayers who fronted the bailout for generations to come, and yet Goldman sachs was the biggest beneficiary of the AIG bailouts, all of them under Bush and Obama.  So, maybe 300 million people will just say "no" to ... market research, surveys and trends
Dividend Growth Investor: High-Yield Canadian Royalty Trusts vs ...
I will share my journey with you on my quest for achieving an increasing dividend income stream from stocks with above average dividend growth, which consistently increase their distributions over time. Dividend growth stocks typically leave themselves some wiggle room in order to lessen the probability of a dividend cut due to earnings volatility. That’s why normal recessions don’t stop them from increasing distributions. They do pay out lower yields, but the dividend payments are stable, growing and you know that the cash, which the company generates, is also reinvested into the business. The balanced approach of ... market research, surveys and trends

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CANADIAN ROYALTY TRUSTS ANYONE?

Canadian Royalty Trusts Will Never Return to Their Former Glory ...
Someone (allegedly John D. Rockefeller, but no one is sure) said, "More people have been robbed of their money chasing yield than those that have been robbed at knife and gun point." The Canroys About 90 percent of Canadian Royalty Trusts, or Canroys, are based on a "Sustainable Business Management" model that pays out large chunks of cash flow from operations. Canroys avoided the "Blow Down" model, popular in the US due to a lack of sustainability. The Blow Down avoids debt, pumps assets dry and payout to shareholders can be up to 95 percent of cash flow. The Blow Down model attracted capital and seemed to justify the lower ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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“Most of the world’s heavy oil is similar to what is found in the Alberta/Saskatchewan belt,” reasons Chris Bloomer, Petrobank Energy & Resources’ (TSX: PBG, OTC: PBEGF) top executive on heavy oil projects. “What we learn from Kerrobert will have implications in many countries, from Venezuela and Colombia to China and Russia.” Bloomer is referring to a project at Kerrobert, Saskatchewan, a joint venture between his company and Baytex Energy Trust (TSX: BTE-U, NYSE: BTE), one of the biggest heavy oil producers in Canada with 23,000 barrels a day of output. The project involves testing the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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(Has anyone considered “toilet papering” Mr. Flaherty's house?) ..... and Canadian Royalty Trusts (CANROY) ap- peared to be attractive. Both investment ve - ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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As equity markets fall and a recession develops, investors are faced with the "What do I do now?" question. At this point in the business cycle, it is common for investors to move all their resources into cash and cash-equivalent investments while other investors who desire higher rates of return without exposure to equity markets turn to income-generating securities, like bonds, and suffer the low yields. Still others, who seek to minimize the risk of loss, turn to blue-chip-type equities with high-dividend yields and some potential for capital appreciation. However, there are other alternatives that share ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Which stock pays the highest dividend? - Yahoo! Answers
Go to Yahoo financial and use the stock screener. It will list the stocks in order of highest yield or whatever other criteria you want to use. Be careful though, if one shows a ridiculous high dividend, you need to investigate further. It likely isn't going to be paying it.... Asker's Rating: Asker's Comment: THANKS! You not only gave me a fish which fed me for a day, but you also taught me how to fish which will feed m for life! There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . Member since: December 01, 2006 Total points: 509 ...
Canadian Stocks - Questions and Answers from November 29, 2007 to ...
  Q: we found Many Old mining & Oil & Gas stock certificated from mostly 1920's and 1930's Richfield ...   A: Unlikely there is any value to these considering their age (and if there once was through a merger ...   Q: We have a share certificate for Lake Kingston Mines Limited. Do you know the status of this company. ...   A: E.A. Manning was shut down by the OSC. If the stock was purchased from Manning, we have to assume ...   Q: I have an old certificate for 1500 shares in Nova Uranium Mines Ltd. (Saskatchewan) dated 1955 and ...   A: Randy, I have no information on Nova Uranium ...