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Absolute SoftwareJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Information Technology Sub-Industry: Systems Software Summary: This Vancouver-based company helps organizations overcome the security risks and asset management challenges associated with the remote, mobile and desktop computing environment......
Acme CommunicationsJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Consumer Discretionary Sub-Industry: Broadcasting & Cable TV Summary: This company owns and operates broadcast television stations in medium-sized markets in the U.S. As of March ##, ####, it owned and operated seven television stations......
ACS Motion ControlJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Information Technology Sub-Industry: Electronic Components Summary: This company develops, manufactures and sells motion control products......
Advanced ExplorationsJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Materials Sub-Industry: Diversified Metals & Mining Summary: This resource development company is focused on developing iron ore opportunities. The company holds interests in projects located in Nunavut, Canada......
Advanced Life Science HldgJul 25, 2015
......Key financial variables to consider in assessing the investment merits of an industrial company are the following: Sales: What is the trend? Is future sales growth expected to be greater than the past #-year and #-year growth average? Accelerating sales growth ultimately provides the fuel behind earnings growth. Net Margin: As a key measure of company profitabilty, a rising net margin assesses management capability to wring out more net income from incremental sales. % LT Debt to Capitalization: A rising percentage implies greater financial risk, all else being equal. Rising debt leverage without a concomitant rise in Return on Equity should raise warning signals of potential cash flow problems. Percentages above ##%-##% should also be considered a warning. % Return on Equity: A key perfomance measurement of capital efficiency assesses what investment returns management can earn on a company's existing capital base. A sustained percentage above ##% is considered above average......
Aecon GroupJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Industrials Sub-Industry: Construction & Engineering Summary: This company operates as a construction and infrastructure development company serving private and public sector clients across Canada and internationally......
AGF Management'B'Jul 25, 2015
......Sector: Financials Sub-Industry: Asset Management & Custody Banks Peer Group: Investment Management Cos. - Larger Summary: This company is one of Canada's largest independent mutual fund and wealth management companies......
Aimia IncJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Consumer Discretionary Sub-Industry: Advertising Summary: This international loyalty management company offers loyalty programs in Canada, the U.K. and the Gulf Region; and provides analytical services to retailers and their suppliers......
Akita Drilling Ltd'A'Jul 25, 2015
......Sector: Energy Sub-Industry: Oil & Gas Drilling Summary: This oil and gas well drilling contractor operates in Western Canada......
Alabama Aircraft IndustriesJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Industrials Sub-Industry: Aerospace & Defense Summary: This aerospace and defense company primarily provides aircraft maintenance and modification services for government and military customers......
AlarmForce Industries IncJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Consumer Discretionary Sub-Industry: Specialized Consumer Services Summary: AlarmForce Industries Inc. manufactures, installs, and services wireless two-way voice systems; and provides monitoring services to the residential market in North America. Its live two-way voice system provides communication between home and central station when the alarm is triggered......
Algoma CentralJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Industrials Sub-Industry: Marine Summary: This company is the largest Canadian-flag ship owner on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Waterway......
Alimentation Couche-Tard'A'Jul 25, 2015
......Sector: Consumer Staples Sub-Industry: Food Retail Peer Group: Food Chain Cos. Outside of U.S. Summary: This company operates a chain of convenience stores, specializing in the sale of convenience items, gas and fast-food products......
Alliance SemiconductorJul 25, 2015
......Key financial variables to consider in assessing the investment merits of an industrial company are the following: Sales: What is the trend? Is future sales growth expected to be greater than the past #-year and #-year growth average? Accelerating sales growth ultimately provides the fuel behind earnings growth. Net Margin: As a key measure of company profitabilty, a rising net margin assesses management capability to wring out more net income from incremental sales. % LT Debt to Capitalization: A rising percentage implies greater financial risk, all else being equal. Rising debt leverage without a concomitant rise in Return on Equity should raise warning signals of potential cash flow problems. Percentages above ##%-##% should also be considered a warning. % Return on Equity: A key perfomance measurement of capital efficiency assesses what investment returns management can earn on a company's existing capital base. A sustained percentage above ##% is considered above average......
Alseres PharmaceuticalsJul 25, 2015
......NOTE: All Sector & Sub-Industry information is based on the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS......
Altai ResourcesJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Materials Sub-Industry: Diversified Metals & Mining Summary: This Toronto-based company resource exploration company has interests in natural gas, gold and sulphur prospects in Canada and the Philippines......
Altair NanotechnologiesJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Industrials Sub-Industry: Electrical Components & Equipment Summary: This company develops and commercializes nanomaterial and titanium dioxide pigment technologies principally in the U.S. and Canada. It also provides contract research services......
Amer Natl InsurJul 25, 2015
......Sector: Financials Sub-Industry: Multi-line Insurance Peer Group: Insurers - Multi-Line - Smaller Summary: This insurance and financial services company offers life insurance, annuities, health insurance, credit insurance, pension products and property and casualty insurance......
American Bank(PA)Jul 25, 2015
......Sector: Financials Sub-Industry: Regional Banks Summary: This Pennsylvania-based company owns American Bank, which provides various banking products and financial services for consumer, business, and government customers......
Ampal-Amer Israel'A'Jul 25, 2015
......Key financial variables to consider in assessing the investment merits of an industrial company are the following: Sales: What is the trend? Is future sales growth expected to be greater than the past #-year and #-year growth average? Accelerating sales growth ultimately provides the fuel behind earnings growth. Net Margin: As a key measure of company profitabilty, a rising net margin assesses management capability to wring out more net income from incremental sales. % LT Debt to Capitalization: A rising percentage implies greater financial risk, all else being equal. Rising debt leverage without a concomitant rise in Return on Equity should raise warning signals of potential cash flow problems. Percentages above ##%-##% should also be considered a warning. % Return on Equity: A key perfomance measurement of capital efficiency assesses what investment returns management can earn on a company's existing capital base. A sustained percentage above ##% is considered above average......