The S&P/TSX Composite Index rose 90 points on Monday, February 13. Some of the top-performing sectors were battery metals, health care, and base metals. Today, I want to zero in on four dirt-cheap stocks that are still worth snatching up, as this market appears poised to deliver big in the months ahead. Let’s jump in.
This gold stock looks discounted as the market surges
Wesdome Gold Mines (TSX:WDO) is the first dirt-cheap stock I want to focus on today. This Toronto-based company is engaged in the exploration, extraction, processing, and reclamation of gold in Canada. The spot price of gold has cooled over the past week and is now trading at US$1,870 per ounce. Regardless, I still like Wesdome in this climate.
Don’t sleep on this dirt-cheap stock in a recovering market
Northland Power (TSX:NPI) is a Toronto-based independent power producer that develops, builds, owns, and operates clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. I’m still excited about this green energy stock, as we look to the final weeks of the winter season.
Shares of Northland Power have dropped 11% so far in the new year. Investors can expect to see its final batch of fiscal 2022 earnings on Thursday, February 23. In the first nine months of fiscal 2022, the company has posted sales of $1.80 billion — up from $1.45 billion in the prior year. EBITDA stands for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization and aims to get a better picture of a company’s profitability. Meanwhile, adjusted EBITDA jumped to $1.04 billion compared to $773 million in the year-to-date period in fiscal 2021.
This cheap stock possesses a favourable price-to-earnings ratio of 11. Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a technical indicator that measures the price momentum of a given equity. Northland Power possesses an RSI of 22, which puts it well in oversold levels. Better yet, it offers a monthly distribution of $0.10 per share. That represents a 3.6% yield.
I’m looking to snatch up this dirt-cheap bank stock before its earnings
This bank stock has jumped 13% so far in 2023. Its shares are still down 19% compared to the previous year. Scotiabank is set to unveil its first-quarter fiscal 2023 earnings before markets open on February 28. In 2022, the bank posted adjusted net income of $10.7 billion, or $8.50 per diluted share — up from $10.1 billion, or $7.87 per diluted share, in the previous year.
Shares of this cheap stock possess an attractive P/E ratio of 9.2. Moreover, it offers a quarterly dividend of $1.03 per share, which represents a strong 5.5% yield.