Canadian mining companies have been among the industry leaders, creating new exploration and development undertakings, and drawing on their recognized production expertise to generate new opportunities. Our mining research team follows all segments of this sector, covering base and precious metal sectors, diamonds, uranium and bulk commodities for large and small-cap companies. Haywood's mining sector coverage also continually seeks opportunities in the dynamic Canadian junior market sector, one that has a rich culture in exploration and development.
Companies we follow in the Mining sector
Canadian producers and service companies have seen a continuum of opportunity in recent years and are at the forefront of the oil and gas industry. Haywood's universe of coverage ranges from small to large-cap companies and includes oil and gas trusts. Our research team seeks to identify undervalued or high-growth potential companies that have strong management structures.
Companies we follow in the Oil and Gas sector
Haywood’s Technology team seeks to identify technology companies that feature innovative technology, unique value propositions, high growth potential and experienced management teams. We believe the technology sector serves an important role in building the Canadian and global economies. Our goal is to provide the investment community with exposure to competitive, knowledge-based companies. Our specific areas of focus within the Canadian technology industry include enterprise software and services, communications, hardware, Internet, healthcare IT, and financial technology.
Companies we follow in the Technology
Our special situations research team identifies investment opportunities that fall outside of the mining, energy, and technology sectors. Coverage in the special situations mandate spans a wide range of industries, from pipelines/midstream, to alternative finance and REITs. Although varied in sector selection, we consistently pursue profitable, high-quality companies in industries with healthy growth prospects. The majority of companies under special situations coverage also pay dividends, making it of additional bearing to investors seeking both growth and income.
Companies we follow in the Special Situations sector