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Peter Hodson and Ryan Modesto

5i Recent Blog Posts

The Power of Investing in Dividend Growth Stocks

The Power of Investing in Dividend Growth Stocks
Dividend growth investing is one of the most powerful ways to build long-term wealth.

With that said, it is not known for being one of the best investing strategies. Many self-directed investors chase value investing strategies or momentum investing strategies because of their ability to make a quick dollar when done right.

Dividend growth investing stands out for its ability to work well over long periods of time. This article will explain three reasons why dividend growth investing is a powerful way to generate wealth over the long run...

5i Staff Jan 10, 2018


5i's Top Picks, Today on BNN featuring 5i's CEO, Ryan Modesto

5i's Ryan Modesto Live on BNN

Update:
 Ryan's appearance (including top picks) has now be posted and can be streamed from BNN here.

5i's CEO, Ryan Modesto will be appearing on BNN Market Call today (Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018). Set your PVR or tune in live at 1PM to hear Ryan's latest top picks, how the past picks have performed, and him and his team's latest investing insights.

For readers who don’t get a chance to call in, you can always utilize our Q&A section to ask questions you may have throughout the year. If you're not yet a member, you can get one free question credit by signing up for a free 30-day trial here (no credit card required).

Submit your questions when he's live by calling BNN's Market Call at 1-855-326-6266, emailing marketcall@bnn.ca, or submit your questions on Twitter by using @marketcall during the interview.

5i Staff Jan 02, 2018
5i Recent Questions

Q: I understand you can't sell a stock for a Capital Loss and buy it again within 30 Days in any sort of account whether it be Cash, RSP, TFSA.
Can you do the opposite and Buy new shares in RSP first to take position then sell the same companies shares in Cash Account for Capital Loss?

Read Answer Asked by Craig on January 19, 2018

Q: Hi there, I watched a guest on market call yesterday (Jason Mann) discussing CGX and he was saying the payout ratio was over 100% and expected a dividend cut. Is 5i looking at different numbers and if so what payout ratio do you come up with. If it is over 100% would it not be a candidate for removal from the income portfolio?

On GUD you just answered a question from Brian approving of a move to transfer GUD from a regular acct into his tfsa to shelter future gains, which makes sense, but also to "crystalize losses". I thought the 30 day rule would apply in this case, would it not? I don't believe his loss would be allowed if he did this move. I know if he had a gain , he would have to report and pay cap gains on it. Funny how it only works one way in the govt's favor.

thanks Tom

Read Answer Asked by tom on January 19, 2018
5i Recent Reports
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Review of Stella Jones

JAN 17, 2018 - Railway tie and utility pole provider that offers stability with some growth potential. Rating downgraded one notch to 'A-' on a lower growth outlook.

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B-

Review of BSM Technologies

DEC 21, 2017 - After an acquisition busy 2015/2016, and higher spending in 2017 to consolidate acquired platform, GPS looks well positioned to start cross-selling higher margin products in 2018. The Company has a higher portion of recurring revenue and is now debt free. Rating maintained at "B-".

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B

Review of Andrew Peller

DEC 20, 2017 - Wine producer and marketer with a strong market share in Canada growing the whisky business and recently acquiring wineries in the Okanagan Valley. Rating maintained at 'B'.

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B

Review of Raging River Exploration

DEC 18, 2017 - A smaller, growth-oriented E&P oil play. The stock has underperformed with higher oil prices, as more leveraged names attract investor attention. With best-in-class netbacks, a solid balance sheet, and a rare discount valuation, we see good recovery potential. Rating maintained at 'B'.

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