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Q: Each of MPW and NWH.un seem to be having issues despite their ostensibly strong medical business strategies. Can you recommend medical properties ETF/Landlords who are doing better vis-a-vis growth/dividend?

Read Answer Asked by David on August 21, 2023

Q: Please sort the list if you were assigned a task of bottom fishing.
Firstly sort them (best to worst) in terms of growth perspective for next 3-5 years.
Secondly sort them from fundamentals/safety perspectives.
Ignore diversification.
Also feel free to add your own favorite bottomed pick.

Read Answer Asked by Jabs on August 16, 2023

Q: Good day,

I did some rebalancing based on your response to my Feb question. I bought GOOG which paid off, GXE which sort of didn't (yet), and held the rest, and definitely should have listened on LLY and TFII... Wow.

My NVDA took off, and I believe ZWT mostly gained from it and the mega caps as well. NWH.un continues to wallow.

I'm looking to diversify, as I'm heavily concentrated in tech and Energy. Are there any materials that you expect to have a high demand on the horizon? Similar to Uranium/Lithium

Would you take some NVDA gains, and sell ZWT (I hold AMZN, GOOG, NVDA, TSLA separately), Sell NWH, in the current market, and then where in the above sections would would distribute it? Did I miss the boat on TFII and LLY?

I've also held BNS on and off the last 5 years, would you exit that in the current interest market?

Please recommend a couple options in each of a few sectors that you find most compelling right now, thanks.

[Apologies for the disjointed question, the text box on mobile is pretty small]

Read Answer Asked by James on August 14, 2023

Q: Hi Folks,

Retired income investor.
I recently disposed of FSZ and am now thinking I should do the same with RNW and NWH. All down considerably since acquired!
Do you think it is best to eliminate these two or hold?
Also please suggest your safest alternatives with reasonably good yields.

Thanks very much.

Read Answer Asked by Dave on July 10, 2023

Q: This morning I read your comments on NWH.UN where you stated in your view risk had increased and it didn't need to be owned. I've owned it for quite some time and am still in a plus position on it but admit to not really following it for some time now. Kind of parked it and forgot about it ...... Could you elaborate on your thesis and go over the parts of the business you don't care for and why ? And why risk has increased ? Thanks Garth .....

Read Answer Asked by Garth on July 04, 2023

Q: Those 3 stocks did underperform,the objective being safety meaning low risk of becoming out of business could you comment as "hold,buy or sell" ?

Read Answer Asked by Jean-Yves on June 30, 2023

Q: It seems NWH.UN has got itself into a bit of a tangle, and I am not sure how or why. Reading your notes the business looks as though it is rock solid, but the shares continue to unravel and your recent post seems to indicate they do need the current restructuring (correct word?) to take place. The share price is now at an all time new low, save for the pandemic induced low in 2020, and still potentially sliding. What is their difficulty? Over commitment, ex pandemic issues, recent rate rises, blissful overconfidence during the interest rate lull, management, sector issues, etc.,etc,.?? Your original note to me did reference debt, as well as a lack of growth and general concerns about commercial real estate, yet in the latter case I would have excluded NWH from the more usual commercial considerations. The answer is relevant because a worthwhile outlook should include recovery, even if it is priced on the basis of low or even no growth, and that assessment would be appreciated. Look forward to your response.

Read Answer Asked by Mike on June 05, 2023

Q: For a RRIF withdrawal, I'm thinking of switching either FSZ, NWH or BTO (all of which are down) to a TFSA .

Which of these do you think has more upside potential?

Read Answer Asked by Valerie on May 25, 2023