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Q: Can you provide a 'buy' list for a person wanting to deploy $200,000 (inside RRSP) with the goal of creating 5% or more sustained cash flow - as well as growing the original capital to keep up with inflatiion? We do not have company pensions - this would serve to supplement our government pensions.
Thinking, 20 stocks across all sectors @ $10,000 each (or 5%)
Also could you include 10 growth stocks (inside TFSA) for a total of $250,000 - gotta have some fun ;)
Many Thanks
Read Answer Asked by Jan on October 07, 2022
Q: Hello Peter and team,
K-Bro Linen is down to what looks to be a bit of a long-term (excluding 2020) base of around $30. The dividend is approaching 4 percent. For a goal of long-term capital preservation and income, do you see it currently having the financial strength to provide this kind of stability? One concern is that the P/E shows as 50. Why so high? Is that misleading in some way, given the investment goal noted above? Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by James on August 09, 2022
Q: Could you rate these 3 on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best,for a turnaround after all being beat up pretty good in the last 3-9 months for increased earnings,growth and which one has the best management and which one would you start a position today for a 1-2 year hold or do they need more time to consolidate thank you
Read Answer Asked by Greg on March 29, 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: Hello Peter, I am intrigued after reading that a Canadian can earn about $50,000 per year of dividend income without paying any income tax. I know about your income portfolio of course, but with a view to maximizing just Canadian eligible dividend income, what would you think of the following portfolio of 14 stocks. Equal weighted, the stocks would yield 5.3%. (Disregard lack of market diversification; this can be achieved in one’s registered accounts.) Also, if one wanted to pare down the list to 10, which 4 would you delete?
Read Answer Asked by James on August 27, 2020