The Bright Future of Data Pipes

The rise of smart-devices has led to a tremendous growth in data over the last decade, but is expected to rise exponentially going forward. The push for smart devices including phones, tablets, wearables, cars and Internet-of-things has resulted in data moving to the cloud for better synchronization, storage and analysis. The common denominators that stand to benefit from the need for infrastructure support for communication includes cable,  internet and wireless service providers.

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Canadian Telecom Oligopoly Provides Sustainable Dividend Growth (BCE) (RCI) (TU)

The Canadian wireless market is dominated by The Big-3: BCE Inc (TSE: BCE, NYSE: BCE), Rogers Communications Inc (TSE: RCI.B, NYSE: RCI) and Telus (TSE: T, NYSE: TU) controlling approximately 91% of the wireless market, with various other regional players filling in the rest. The recent acquisitions by the Big-3 have allowed them them to expand into the media and entertainment business and provides the companies with diversified growth and income sources. These Big-3 are components of the S&P/TSX 60 index and have been providing stockholders with a constant flow of dividends and sustainable dividend growth.To read the full article, click here.