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Q: I am looking at expanding my holdings of small

cap higher paying dividend stocks which currently

consist of EIF, AD.UN,and SPB.

Please provide 3 additional names ( 5% plus

yield ) which would

be of interest. A comment on each company’s

strengths/weaknesses would be appreciated.

Thanks. Derek

Read Answer Asked by Derek on May 11, 2022

Q: Good Morning,

For yield - I am considering adding to or acquiring many of the above noted stocks.

Please rate in terms yield, growth potential and safety.

Also add any others I might consider.

Thanks very much.

Read Answer Asked by Dave on March 22, 2022

Q: I own both of these in a non registered account and looking to add to one of them. I rely on income from this account and have owned these for quite awhile.They are approaching or are at a year low. Ignoring portfolio weighting, would you purchase them now or wait for Ukraine to settle ?
Any specific or significant issues causing their decline. Which one first to add to ? Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Derek on March 08, 2022

Q: I hold 13% of my non-registered account in energy and utilities, spread across the following stocks, with a focus on long-term income.

Would you suggest any consolidations or removal of any of these positions?

AQN, 9.70% of total, 3% gain
CU, 4.78% of total, 3% gain
ENB, 21.43% of total, 31% gain
EPD, 7.50% of total, 2% gain
FTS, 8.14% of total, 1% gain
KMI, 7.54% of total, 6% gain
PXT, 7.19% of total, 15% gain
SPB, 8.48% of total, 3% loss
TPZ, 4.19% of total, 8% gain
TRP, 4.86% of total, 11% gain
WMB, 4.63% of total, 10% gain
ZWU, 11.55% of total, flat

Thanks as always for your excellent work! Aaron

Read Answer Asked by Aaron on March 02, 2022

Q: I have losses in ANRG, AT, CIX, DOO, DSG, NVEI, PIF, SPB, STC, TIXT. Would you add to any of holdings or sell?
In what order would you sell?

Read Answer Asked by David on February 28, 2022

Q: SPB has taken quite a beating missing estimates, trouble with the Kamp purchase ;but has 2 big investors, one being BAM, has experience with growth through acquisitions. I initially bought at
$15.00 and looking at topping up to 3% position. I am a patient investor and like the almost 6.5 % yield with the stock now just north of $ 11.00.
Your thoughts. are appreciated. Derek

Read Answer Asked by Derek on February 24, 2022

Q: Hello 5i, could you please comment on SPB earnings and and potential and whether you feel today's early drop is a buying opportumity for the income portion of a portfolio.

Also, in general , how closely do you feel , relatated to overall Energy Sector perfomance will SPB move over the next few years, Is their acquisition / growth strategy still intact ?


Read Answer Asked by Arthur on February 18, 2022

Q: Hello Peter and Team, a couple questions on Superior.
a. For an investor content to hold this for the 5.6% dividend alone, would you like it here for the long-term - or do you think the share price could drop significantly?
b. If you already owned ENB, FTS, EMA, and AQN, would you see SPB as too much, or unnecessary, overlap?
c. the price chart for SPB in Google Finance is significantly different over 1 and 5 year periods that the charts in 5i. Do you know why? Does the Google chart add back in dividends perhaps?

Read Answer Asked by James on January 18, 2022

Q: could you please rank these from screaming buy to stay away...looking at starting small positions in some of these at current prices...many thanks...

Read Answer Asked by adam on January 10, 2022

Q: In my dividend portfolio, I have half positions in these stocks. Can you put them in order of which you would bring up to a full position first to last in light of their current value? Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by TK on December 21, 2021

Q: I'm interested in freeing up some cash in one of our RRSP accounts and, in order to do so, plan to sell one of the 3 listed companies.
Kindly advise which one you would consider disposing of first and, perhaps, a brief explanation as to why.
Thanks for the help. Richard

Read Answer Asked by Richard on December 09, 2021