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Q: Hi, I currently have $11,500 to add to my TFSA with a long term horizon. I currently hold CNR (2.53%), NTR (2.88%), PLC (5.04%) PPL (2.98%), TD (4.21%), V (4.71), WCN (6.15%), XLV (3.31%) MAW 104 (25.11%). I am wondering if I should add to the current companies or might you have any other suggestions?

Read Answer Asked by Penny on July 11, 2019

Q: Hello,

As a follow up to Norman's question of Feb. 8 re high yielding investments with a sustainable dividend, how would rate the above from least to highest risk.

Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Larry on February 12, 2019

Q: What are the ten highest yielding Canadian stocks which have a sustainable dividend ?As always, thanks for your expert guidance.

Read Answer Asked by Norman on February 08, 2019

Q: Further to my previous question on ACI, as the company holds Cdn drop down pipeline assets of ALA would you generally view the dividend as more secure than ALA’s? Also, how would you compare ACI vs RNW in terms of dividend security and growth profile as both are Cdn drop down companies. Which is more attractive? Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Gary on October 30, 2018

Q: Good morning 5i Team.

I'm primarily an income investor and I'm building positions in these three names. My target is BEP.UN (5%) AQN (3%) and RNW (2%) for a total of 10%. Do you think 10% is too high for the group? Is it necessary to diversify into all three? If not, which would you pass on?


Read Answer Asked by Peter on October 29, 2018

Q: I hold the above utility stocks and can't help but notice the daily declines. Is this related to current and forecast interest rate increases, and/or something else? I appreciate that, like everyone else, you don't have a crystal ball. But is it possible that the downward trend may continue for at least a while until the cause plays itself out? Thanks as always.

Read Answer Asked by Thomas on September 27, 2018