10 Years From Now, You’ll Be Glad You Bought These Magnificent TSX Dividend Stocks

The TSX is lucrative to buy these magnificent dividend stocks in bulk and be proud of this decision 10 years from now.

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Warren Buffett says, “If you aren’t willing to own a stock for 10 years, don’t even think about owning it for 10 minutes.” 10 years is a long time. Most businesses turn profitable. And if you buy a magnificent stock at the dip, 10 years can multiply your money severalfold. The TSX is ready for recovery after two years of a bear market. Some magnificent dividend stocks are trading closer to their multi-year lows, allowing you to lock in higher yields.

Magnificent dividend stocks you’ll be glad you bought today

Ask yourself would you be happy buying this stock 10 years from now? If the answer is yes, do not hesitate to buy. Here are two such stocks your future self will thank you for buying.


Canada’s interest rates have been at a 40-year high of 5% for almost a year. The first sign of easing came in June when the Bank of Canada announced a rate cut. However, the TSX stocks are taking time to recover, with real estate stocks still in the bearish zone as the rate cuts will take time to revive the property market.

Now is the time to buy Canadian Tire’s magnificent real estate stock CT REIT (TSX:CRT.UN), which owns, develops, and manages the retailer’s properties. CT REIT gets the first offer to buy or lease a Canadian Tire store. This special arrangement gives CT REIT the advantage of higher occupancy and assured rental income. The retailer can deduct rent from its taxable income, and CT REIT pays out 73% of its funds from operations as distributions.

The falling property prices reduced the fair market value of CT REIT’s portfolio, which reduced its unit price by 23% since April 2022. Now is the time to buy the unit price and lock in a 6.8% yield. And it is among the few REITs that grow its distribution by over 3% annually.

A 6.8% yield might look unattractive at the moment. But when you understand the effect of compounding and the benefit of buying the dip, you will pat your back 10 years from now.

How much can CT REIT earn you in 10 years

Year (July to June)Number of CT REIT Shares @ $16.5Total CT REIT unitsCT REIT Dividend per share (3% CAGR)Annual Payout
2024730.00 $0.925$675.357
A $10,000 investment in CT REIT today can earn you this much in 10 years.

CT REIT offers a dividend-reinvestment plan (DRIP) that gives you income-generating units instead of payouts. A $10,000 investment now can buy you 730 CT REIT units. The REIT is due to increase its distribution in July by 3%. I included the 3% growth in 2024, which means 730 shares can give you $675 by next June. Taking CT REIT’s average trading price of $16.5, your dividends can buy 40.93 DRIP shares, and you will earn a 3% higher dividend on 770.93 units (730+40.93 DRIP shares).

In 10 years, you could have 1360 shares worth $22,440 and earn an annual payout of $1,692. All this with just a one-time investment in the dip.

Cogeco Communications

Cogeco Communications (TSX:CCA) is trading at its 10-year low, even when the stock annually increased its dividends 10% in these 10 years. The dip is an opportunity to lock in a 6% dividend yield and a 10% dividend growth for several years. Cogeco provides internet, cable, radio, and TV broadcasting services and is expanding to include mobile connectivity services. It pays only 33% of its free cash flow as dividends, reinvests some in network infrastructure development and share buyback.

A $10,000 investment today can buy you 191 Cogeco shares and earn you $653 in annual dividends. The company does not offer DRIP, but if it continues to grow its dividend by 10%, your annual dividend could grow to $1,694 by 2034.

This article represents the opinion of the writer, who may disagree with the “official” recommendation position of a Motley Fool premium service or advisor. We’re Motley! Questioning an investing thesis — even one of our own — helps us all think critically about investing and make decisions that help us become smarter, happier, and richer, so we sometimes publish articles that may not be in line with recommendations, rankings or other content.

Fool contributor Puja Tayal has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool recommends Cogeco Communications. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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