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RBC VS TD
Transcript of RBC VS TD
There are a total of 2,866,297 outstanding shares, with a small market cap of 88.89642 Billion Canadian Dollars. RBC has a projected 52 week high of $64.92,
and a projected 52 week low of $48.70 The BETA value of RBC is 0.861, which indicates a relatively low level of volatility, as well as an EPS of 5.12 RBC has a P/E value of 12.01,
a Forward P/E value of 10.637,
and a PEG value of 2.85
RBC has a Dividend Yield of %0.0409889, with a Return on Equity of 19.12% for
Jan. 31, 2013,
and a Liabilities to Equity Ratio of 16.673887 TD Bank Mission Statement: TD's headquarters is located at the Toronto-Dominion Centre, at King Street and Bay Street in Toronto. TD currently has a share price of $84.68,
with a total of 1,807,342 outstanding shares,
and a market cap of 77.94794 Billion Canadian Dollars. TD has a projected 52 week high of $86.20
and a projected 52 week low of $75.70 The BETA value of TD is 0.692,
which indicates a very low level of volatility,
and an EPS of 7.12 TD has a P/E value of 11.89,
a Forward P/E value of 10.009,
and a PEG value of 1.62
TD has a Dividend Yield of %0.038,
with a Return on Equity of just over %21 in 2012,
and a Liabilities to Equity Ratio of 15.328
Personally, I would not buy either TD or RBC stocks, because it doesn't appeal to my risk tolerance level except possibly as a low risk investment to balance out higher risk investments. If I did have to choose one stock over the other to
invest in, I would Choose TD ove RBC, because of its lower levels of Volatility, along with a Return on Equity of just over 21% in 2012, compared to 19%