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Sprott Physical Uranium: Top 25 Undervalued Dividend Stocks on TSX (U-UN)

The Globe and Mail - Thu Dec 15, 2022

Sprott Physical Uranium is now ranked among the top 25 undervalued large cap dividend-paying stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). A stock is considered undervalued if it trades at a discount to its valuation – a calculation used to determine the intrinsic (true) worth of a company. Valuation methodology provided by Stockcalc (see below). Large caps market capitalization (10-200B).

All data provided as-at market close December 13, 2022. The list is sorted by stocks with the greatest percentage difference between valuation and price. Companies included above paid a dividend in the last 12-months. Sprott Physical Uranium Uranium Participation Corp along with its subsidiaries is an investment company investing in uranium oxide in concentrates and uranium hexafluoride to achieve appreciation in the value of uranium. Sprott Physical Uranium is listed under U-UN on the Toronto Stock Exchange.



Close Price

Shares Outstanding



Cash per Share

Net Cash per Share

PHYS-U-TSprott Physical Gold14.0100000
BHC-TBausch Health Companies10.46011000
CDAY-TCeridian HCM Holding93.9800000
BLCO-TBausch & Lomb21.04093.1000
FFH-U-TFairfax Finl Hldgs582.7500000
LSPD-TLightspeed Commerce20.900000
MEG-TMEG Energy17.2506000
PSLV-TSprott Physical Silver10.9300000
BTE-TBaytex Energy5.8903.1000
U-UN-TSprott Physical Uranium14.800000
AC-TAir Canada19.2300000
LAC-TLithium Americas32.7500000
CEF-TSprott Physical Gold21.8700000
TIXT-TTELUS Intl26.12028.2000

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Stocks in this category are held primarily for potential income and capital appreciation. Dividend stocks showing a higher valuation than their current price have both potential upside and ability to sustain or grow their dividend.

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