National Bank (TSE:NA)

NA - National Bank With an experience of more than 150 years, National Bank is one of the six largest commercial banks in Canada. The bank enjoys leading market share in Quebec which accounts for 58% of its total revenues.

The bank also has a presence in international markets like the US, Europe and other countries. National Bank’s operating units include personal and commercial banking accounting for more than 40% of its income, followed by financial markets (29%), wealth management (20%), and US specialty finance and international (9%).

National Bank offers a wide spectrum of banking and financial products and services, including corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, insurance, wealth and retirement management. National Bank’s personal and commercial banking segment has a strong presence in central Canada.

Stock Chart & Metrics

  • Ticker: tse:na
  • Sector: Financial Services
  • Industry: Banks - Diversified
  • Market Cap: 34.25B
  • Market Cap Group: Large Cap
  • P/E: 11.31
  • Dividend Yield: 3.44%

Competitors

The competitive landscape is important as they compete for the same business. Below is the list of competitors in the same industry. While not displayed, a number of metrics you can also use to evaluate your picks are the Chowder Score, the Relative Strength Index (RSI), the Graham Number, and the Piotroski F-Score.

Ticker Ticker Company Market Cap P/E Aristocrat Graph SectorID IndustryID
RY TSE:RY Royal Bank 209.93 13.32 YES 1 7 21
TD TSE:TD TD Bank 186.68 13.27 YES 1 7 21
BNS TSE:BNS Scotia Bank 112.20 11.98 YES 1 7 21
BMO TSE:BMO Bank of Montreal 96.05 12.80 YES 1 7 21
CM TSE:CM CIBC 74.43 11.85 YES 1 7 21
NA TSE:NA National Bank 34.25 11.31 YES 1 7 21

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National Bank - FAQ

What is the stock ticker for National Bank?

The stock ticker for National Bank is TSE:na.

Is National Bank a good stock to buy?

You need to consider your investment strategy and how TSE:na can fit in your portfolio.

The current dividend income score of 7/10 and dividend growth score of 6/10. Those 2 metrics together should help you decide the fit for your portfolio. Be it for income or for growth.

Is National Bank a Buy, Sell or Hold?

The Dividend Snapshot Opportunity Score of 62 out of 100.

The score reflects the strength of a buy signal but it does not show a sell signal if it's low. The higher the better.

A sell signal is more difficult as it often relies on the reason you bought the stock in the first place.


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