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Q: hi, I feel "overbrookfielded" in my investments. I own BAM, BN, BEPC and BIPC. I'm thinking of selling BAM, and putting the proceeds into BIPC and BEPC ( my position in BN is large enough now ). my thinking is BAM has less potential for capital growth compared to BIPC/BEPC ( and the latter 2 also have a good dividend, like BAM ). I would keep BN for more growth focus. Does this sound reasonable to you ( overall my brookfield investments are about 2.5% of total ). cheers, chris
Read Answer Asked by chris on December 07, 2023
Q: What is your opinion on the prospects of Cenovus(CVE) and Ovintiv(OVV) over the next 5 and 10 years ? What are your thoughts on selling them (old stocks that could be sold for a tax loss) and replacing them, as a long-term hold, with some Brookfield stock (BN, BEP and/or BIP)? If you favor that, which Brookfield company would you recommend be given the greatest weight ? Or is it better to hold onto those oil and gas stocks for a while?
Read Answer Asked by Camille on December 01, 2023
Q: In previous questions on BAM and BN 5i has generally shown a preference for BN for capital gains and BAM for income investors . In a question by Peter this morning 5i's answer showed a year to date return of 25% for BAM and 14% for BN {assuming that squiggly line in front of BN doesn't mean a loss } .... I realize the period is short but what is the historical return of each versus each other from inception of the newer security ? { And which one is the newer security and how long has it existed ? } ..... And if BN doesn't come out a clear winner please explain your thesis on income versus capital gains ?..... I am considering buying one of them in my RRIF ..... Thanks Garth
Read Answer Asked by Garth on November 30, 2023
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