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Date: 3/11/2018 12:50:34 PM
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Author: Francois Country Flag
Subject: 19902/19922 - Re: ENB at 6%?
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Using earnings to calculate a payout ratio is not always relevant since net income includes non cash items that will have no impact on a company's ability to pay its dividends. In the case of Enbridge we should use a cash flow approach which gives a payout of about 65%, and they expect to grow it by 10% per share through 2020, which would support its dividend growth of 10% per year. So the dividend is safe and growing. I think it's a buying opportunity.
 
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