5 Best Canadian Stocks to Buy Now

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Below we presented the list of 5 best Canadian stocks to buy now. For our detailed discussion and a more comprehensive list please see 11 best Canadian stocks to buy now.

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5. Brookfield Asset Management (NYSE:BAM)

No of HFs: 35

Total Value of HF Holdings: $1.08 Billion

BAM ranks as the fifth-best Canadian stock to buy now. Third Avenue Management mention some of their comments on the stock in their 3Q 2020 investor letter,

“Third Avenue has long championed enterprises with sound business practices run by aligned control groups that exhibit strong stewardship. Within Third Avenue’s real estate strategy, this oftentimes leads the Fund to “pass” on investments in companies with uncertain environmental liabilities, business models that could be deemed predatory, and corporate governance structures that are stacked against key stakeholders. Consequently, the select-set of real estate and real estate-related business that make it into the Third Avenue Real Estate Value Fund represent some of the true industry leaders in respect to their ESG practices, including Brookfield Asset Management (a leading alternative asset manager), which controls one of the largest privately-held portfolios of renewable energy assets globally with more than 19,000 MW of hydroelectric, wind, and solar capacity.”

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