Peanut Power Rankings

Hi. This is the 32nd update of the Peanut Convertible Debentures Power Rankings, which is current to June 8, 2018.  Like the last two times, this will be a pint-sized, mini-update: the rankings have been updated but no time this update for commentary on the market and the top-5, or a Picture of the Day, either.  Work and life continue to be (too) busy ... apologies ... it might be like this for the foreseeable future.  Hopefully you will still find our compact update useful.  Thank you for continuing to read and support the Canadian Convertible Debentures Project.
      
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For a summary of the rankings of our entire convertible debenture coverage universe including the quantitative model prices of, and notes on each issue we follow, click on the table below to view it larger.




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Important: the Peanut Power Rankings are provided as information and opinions only and are not intended to be a provision of investment advice or a recommendation of any investment action in any form.  As with all information concerning investments, it is highly recommended that an individual consult with a qualified investment professional before making any investment decisions.


Public Service Message: the Financial Post Convertible Debentures List
We've received quite a few emails asking about the Financial Post's convertible debentures list, which has apparently vanished from the newspaper's website.  Unfortunately, we don't know of another complete list of Canadian convertible debentures that is available free to the public that has the same depth of information that was contained in the Financial Post list.  The stats and figures we use for the Peanut Power Rankings we collect from various public sources and calculate ourselves (it's a lot of work!); we don't have a complete list of convertible debentures either.

For those of you out there that are clients of a full-service brokerage firm with a research team that covers convertible debentures, you may be able to obtain a complete list if you ask your broker.  Also, as we announced on December 20, thanks to one our valued readers, we were informed that the TSX publishes a basic list on its website approximately monthly.  It's not the same as the old Financial Post list, but hopefully it can still be of use to some of you out there. 



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Thank you for reading this blog.  As always, if you have any comments or questions about convertible debentures or this blog, please leave us a comment at the bottom of the page or email us at convertibledebs@gmail.com. 

In addition, for media, sponsoring and/or financial institution inquiries, please email us at convertibledebs@gmail.com.  Thank you for your interest!

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