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A stock is considered “blue chip” if it is regarded as a venerable leader in its respective industry. The companies are typically diversified, financially stable with a long history of strong performance.

What we picked

The advantage of investing in a blue chip is that it is considered less volatile in terms of price fluctuations. The Canadian companies selected for this Watchlist score well against volatility measures compared to the stock market at large.

Stock list

This list updated a few minutes ago with frequently updated pricing data. All stocks are shown in local exchange currency.

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