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  • F CUS Volume 23, N°8, august 2012 EDITORIAL Ed Sollbach, CFA Portfolio Strategy and Quantitative Research Analyst retail strategyMessage from theGeneral Manager “Stocks have shown resilience over the last month because they have become very cheap vs bonds, their competing asset class.“Bruno DesmaraisVice-President and General ManagerFull Service Brokerage Europe Monetary Fund aid payments needed toSomeone you can count on! The outline of a comprehensive pan- avoid a debt default that could lead to its European banking union, similar to what quick exit from the eurozone. However,The international situation has been we have in Canada and the US, was finally the EU will likely avoid a disastrous break-problematic for several months now, announced at the end of June. up. The all-powerful European Centralwith Greece in a downward spiral, Italy Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi said onon the brink, and now Spain joining Although Europe has made some progress July 26, “the ECB is ready to do whatever itthe ranks of too many European over the last month, policy makers are takes to preserve the euro. And believe me,countries in serious financial difficulty. still not moving fast enough to deal with it will be enough”.Hardly a cheerful picture, especially serious bank and sovereign debt problems.when you consider the problems we’re Infighting among the 17 member nations Chinaexperiencing at the provincial level, has prevented concrete details from China’s GDP growth slowed to 7.6% year-particularly the impasse our government emerging as much as a month after the over-year in the second quarter from 8.1% infinds itself in following its negotiations 21st emergency eurozone summit. This the first quarter. However, the strong increasewith the student associations. Although means it will likely take months before the in lending activity in June suggests that itsit’s hard to be optimistic, there are some much needed reforms are put in place. growth should bottom this summer, thenencouraging signs, so we mustn’t give rebound as borrowed money is put to work.up hope. Certainly not. Hence, eurozone worries, centred on Spain and Greece especially, will likely continue to United StatesNow more than ever, your Investment overhang the markets. Spain is in the difficult The US economy has also slowed inAdvisor is the person who can answer position of having to cut unsustainable deficits 2012, making the historically high USyour questions, ease your concerns while also raising 100 billion euros to bail out unemployment rate of 8.1% the mainand, especially, reassess and align your its banks. At the end of July, 10-year Spanish issue in the November presidential election.investment strategies so that they take bond yields spiked through 7.5%, a level at Ben  Bernanke confirmed that the Federalinto account your investor profile and which it becomes increasingly difficult for any Reserve (Fed) “is prepared to take furthercurrent economic conditions. government to borrow in the debt markets. action” to bring down this number. If US jobs This situation highlights the urgent need for a growth continues to be weak, we believe banking union where all EU nations share the the Fed will roll out a third quantitativeEnjoy the rest of the summer! burden of backstopping the banks. easing program in September in the form of mortgage debt purchases. This would drive Greece continues to struggle with its mortgage rates even lower than the current austerity program, risking the International record lows of 3.6%. continued on page 2 Please see the last page of this document for company specific disclosures.
  • EDITORIAL (continued) Recommendations Bombardier Inc. 7It is record-low mortgage rates that are Contrarian analysis 6spurring the emerging recovery in US Despite record-high bond prices (low yields), PRICE ($) 5housing after a five-year depression. Prices strategists in general have increased their 4have increased 7.9% year-over-year, the bond allocation to record highs. Likewise, 3largest gain since 2005, which eases the despite cheap valuations, equity funds also Volume (M) 60burden of struggling US consumers and have a record allocation to cash. In both 40makes banks more profitable as there are cases, previous record allocations occurred 20 0fewer defaults on mortgages. at or near stock market bottoms. Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Apr-12 Jul-12 RATING BUY–ABOVE-AVERAGE RISKOver the past month, US bond yields have Contrarian investing suggests going against Target $6.00fallen 20 basis points (bps) to a record low prevailing market trends and sentiment, Symbol BBD.B Sector Transportation & Aerospaceas capital continues to flee Europe. More particularly when these hit multi-year Recent price $3.83importantly, with a continuing “need for extreme levels. Thus, we believe stocks will Total potential return 57%yield” from investors, corporate bond 52-week range $3.30–6.42 rise as negative sentiment and funds flows Market cap $6,603myields have fallen even more, plunging turn more positive toward stocks, while Year-end Dec-3130 bps this month to new record lows. All record-high bond valuations (with record- Adjusted EPS 2012E US$0.36 2013E US$0.52companies with debt are benefiting from low yields) are at risk given extremely P/E 2012E 10.6xcorporate borrowing costs that are down positive sentiment toward bonds after a 2013E 7.4x136  bps (25%) from last year, but the Dividend yield 2.6% 32-year bond bull market. Sources: Desjardins Securities, company reports, Bloombergbiggest beneficiaries are stable companieswith high debt levels such as REITS, utilities Investment strategyand telecoms that can continue to refinance Stocks have shown resilience over the lastdebt at significantly lower rates. month because they have become very cheap vs bonds, their competing asset Yamana Gold Inc.Relative yields class. We continue to advocate owning a 20At the time of writing, there is a positive core portfolio composed mainly of high- 18 PRICE (US$)spread of 75 bps between record-low yielding stocks—REITs, utilities, telecoms 16US bond yields of 1.40% and the S&P 500 and pipelines—to which we recommend 14yield of 2.15%, a situation only seen for a adding a smaller but riskier component 12few days in December 2008 and January comprised of growing companies (pref- 30 Volume (M)2009 when dividends were being slashed. In erably with a dividend yield greater than 20 10contrast, dividends are now up an attractive 2% to provide protection) in the financial, 015% year-over-year. technology, industrial, consumer discretion- Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Apr-12 Jul-12 ary, transportation and gold sectors. Also, RATING BUY–ABOVE-AVERAGE RISKNorth of the border, 10-year government Target US$22.00 we have become more positive on the oil Symbol AUY, YRIbond yields have fallen to a record low of & gas and oil  & gas services sectors as we Exchange NYSE, TSX1.58% with the global slowdown while the believe oil prices have probably bottomed at Sector Gold Recent price US$14.07, $14.30TSX currently yields ~3.15%. The TSX–bond US$79 per barrel. n Total potential return 59%spread is now over 150 bps, the biggest 52-week range US$12.35–18.16spread since World War II. Of note, 67% Market cap US$10,496m Year-end Dec-31of TSX companies and 81% of TSX market Reserves 18.6m ozscapitalization now yield more than 10-year Resources 23.9m ozs Adjusted EPS1 2012E US$1.35Canadian government bonds. CFPS2 2012E US$1.86 Dividend yield 2.6% 1 From continuing operations 2 Before changes in working capital Sources: Desjardins Securities, company reports, Bloomberg
  • Benoit Poirier, CFA, Analystn Bombardier outpacing Embraer and ATR on the regional Positive news on the development of the CSeries aircraft is a key cata- aircraft order front so far in 2012 lyst, in our view. Bombardier continues to aim for first flight in late 2012n Transportation division provides a support level of ~US$3.50/share and entry into service in 2013, whereas we believe the market is alreadyn Attractive dividend yield of 2.6% pricing in a delay of six months (the flight control system is the main concern).Bombardier (BBD) is an international, diversified manufacturing com-pany that operates within two segments, Aerospace and Transportation. Operations in the Transportation division continue to perform well and, based on our calculations, provide a support level of ~US$3.50/share—In contrast to poor booking activity last year, Bombardier Aerospace post- which should significantly reduce downside risk for the shares. Bookinged a solid first half of the year in 2012 as its recent marketing campaigns activity remains solid and there is a strong pipeline of opportunities;(Nordic Aviation Capital, WestJet, NetJets) are starting to pay off. The back- management remains committed to achieving EBIT margins of 8.0% inlog is now much sounder and we estimate it is meeting management’s 2013 (we forecast 7.8%).guidance for four out of five aircraft families (vs one out of five at the end of2011). In our view, this is very positive as it provides strong revenue visibility. Given the aforementioned factors, we maintain a constructive view on Bombardier. At current levels, we believe the stock offers an at-Moreover, we believe momentum in Aerospace will continue to build, tractive value for investors and dividend yield of 2.6%.given BBD’s strong booking activity as additional marketing campaigns arescheduled in the US (Delta, SkyWest, US Airways, American Airlines). Most We rate Bombardier Buy–Above-average Risk with a $6/share target,of the orders should be placed in 2013 (unlikely this year) and will depend which is derived from an average of four valuation methods andon airline negotiations with labour unions in connection with the right to includes a value of US$1.20/share for the CSeries program.operate larger regional jets and on the ability to secure financing. Brian Christie, Analystn Forecast cash costs of US$485/oz GEO in 2012 below the Yamana also operates the Chapada copper-gold mine in Brazil, with industry average annual production of 145-150m lbs of copper, and holds a 12.5% equity interest in the Alumbrera copper-gold mine in Argentina.n Expected production increase of 27% year-over-year in 2013 With these assets, the company is poised to benefit from a with the start-up of new operations potential increase in copper prices in the event of a global economic recovery.n Proposed acquisition of Extorre’s 2.4m oz Cerro Moro project should provide further production growth in 2015–16 Thanks to its portfolio of stable or growing operations and its focus on organic growth, the company has outperformed many of itsYamana Gold Inc. is a Canadian-based gold producer focused on peers during the recent economic turmoil. With a diversified assetLatin America, with significant production, development and ex- base and significant near-term production growth, Yamana is cur-ploration properties, and land positions in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, rently our preferred large capitalization gold producer.Mexico and Colombia. Our net asset value for Yamana is US$14.88/share. Our target priceThe company’s key assets include the El Peñón, Gualcamayo and of US$22.00/share is derived by applying operational multiples ofChapada mines, which provide the bulk of 2012 production of 1.6x to El Peñón and Chapada, 1.4x to the remaining mines and1.21m ozs GEO (gold-equivalent ounces). Furthermore, produc- 1.3x to the development assets.tion recently commenced at the Mercedes mine in Mexico at a rateof 120,000ozs GEO per year. The company is considering increas-ing throughput, which it expects will allow production to surpass130,000ozs GEO per year in 2013. Sources: Desjardins Securities, company reports, Bloomberg Volume 23, N°8, August 2012 2-3 3
  • Desjardins Securities Top 25COMPANY TICKER RATING & RISK TARGET PRICE ($) MARKET CAP (M$)Toronto-Dominion Bank (The) TD Top Pick–Average 97.50 71,990Bank of Nova Scotia (The) BNS Top Pick–Average 65.00 58,690Brookfield Asset Management Inc. BAM Top Pick–Average US$40.00 US$20,565TransForce Inc. TFI Top Pick–Average 22.00 1,596Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. AQN Top Pick–Average 7.75 1,095Royal Bank of Canada RY Buy–Average 66.50 74,432Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. POT Buy–Average 58.00 39,171Canadian National Railway Company CNR Buy–Average 88.00 37,967Enbridge Inc. ENB Buy–Average 43.00 32,767BCE Inc. BCE Buy–Average 43.20 32,075Teck Resources Limited TCK.B Buy–Average 52.45 17,482Yamana Gold Inc. AUY Buy–Above-average US$22.00 US$10,496Cameco Corporation CCO Buy–Average 33.75 8,847First Quantum Minerals Ltd. FM Buy–Above-average 28.00 8,240Tim Hortons Inc. THI Buy–Average 60.00 8,205Bombardier Inc. BBD.B Buy–Above-average 6.00 6,603CGI Group Inc. GIB.A Buy–Above-average 27.00 6,164SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. SNC Buy–Above-average 54.00 5,780Metro Inc. MRU Buy–Average 59.00 5,319Baytex Energy Corp. BTE Buy–Average 68.00 5,068Vermilion Energy Inc. VET Buy–Average 59.00 4,596Dundee Real Estate Investment Trust D.UN Buy–Average 39.00 3,898Finning International Inc. FTT Buy–Average 33.00 3,865CAE Inc. CAE Buy–Average 14.00 2,610PetroBakken Energy Ltd. PBN Buy–Average 21.00 2,247Source: Desjardins Securities Portfolio Advisory Group in collaboration with Research analysts. DESJARDINS SECURITIES INC. LEGAL DISCLAIMERS For company specific disclosures, analyst certification and legal disclaimer, please visit http://www.desjardins-securities.ca/Disclosures/English.aspx or send request to Desjardins Securities Inc., 1170 Peel Street, Suite 300, Montreal, Quebec H3B 0A9, Attention : Research Dissemination of Research financial situation or specific needs of any particular client of Desjardins Securities. 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