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Q: Hi
I also hold BEP/UN and AQN. Being that BEPC is at break even now, I am wondering if I should hold it, or switch it out for BLX if BLX has more potential for growth over time. Would you have a different suggestion than BLX? Your thoughts on this would be appreciated!
Thanks for all your hard work - Dawn

Read Answer Asked by Dawn on July 26, 2021

Q: Thanks for the wonderful work from the team. I am holding BRLXF since past 2 years. Have a good 100% gain. However in past 6 months its down significant from about $40 to $30. Do you still see a good growth potential for the stock or would you recommend something else in this sector. Holding period is long 5+ and comfortable with risk and volatility.
Also any recommendation on any ETF or something else where one can park cash component of the Portfolio. I hold about 10% of portfolio in cash to be deployed at times when market is over sold .

Read Answer Asked by Nimish on June 25, 2021

Q: What are your thoughts on NPI ? What is the financial situation of the company and future prospect?
Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Daryl on June 10, 2021

Q: a) Could you please clarify the advantage of owning bep.un vs bepc.
b) Would you recommend adding either to my current holding of aqn/npi/blx?
c) Please list in order of preference
d) Do you think all four would give greater diversity, or would you prefer owning only 2 or 3 of theses companies and if so which ones!
Ed in Montreal

Read Answer Asked by ed on June 02, 2021

Q: Despite the pullback in "green" energy stocks they still look expensive to me (AQN a possible exception). BLX and PIF have forward E/P over 50x according to the Globe.
Would you expect a better entry point, and if choosing an ETF do you have a preference between ZCLN and HCLN.

Read Answer Asked by Peter on May 05, 2021

Q: Which of these poses the best opportunity for a recovery in the space? Would you please rank? Thanks for all you do.

Read Answer Asked by Rob on April 30, 2021

Q: Earth Day
Hi Team
I would like to make sure that part of my portfolio is invested in the planets future. Can you please give me a list or link to stocks that would play into this theme. Charge as many credits as needed.
Much thanks and Happy Earth Day

Read Answer Asked by El-ann on April 23, 2021

Q: Considering investing in these six companies equally. Is there any you would not recommend? Please list in order of preference.

Read Answer Asked by ed on April 23, 2021

Q: My question is regarding value metrics for CPX. I compared EV/Revenue for the above utilities and CPX is lowest at 4.66, followed by FTS at 5.96. FTS has the lowest P/B at 1.49; CPX is the next best at 2.00. As an income/value investor, is CPX a value diamond in the rough? I know it keeps missing estimates, but I would get a yield of about 5.5% while waiting for financial results to improve. Your comments very much appreciated.
Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Grant on April 07, 2021

Q: Hi 5i team
I would like to thank you for all your sound advice since inception. I would need to trim up to 5 stocks from this portfolio. If you were in that position, which ones would you cut starting with first to cut up to fifth. These stocks are in a rrsp with equal percentages. Thanks. Gilles

Read Answer Asked by Gilles on March 08, 2021

Q: I am a senior and this may be a senior moment. Is the adverse weather patterns that are increasing around the world putting strain on the wind, solar renewable power being viable ie the Texas storm. The above stocks seem to be retreating somewhat. . Your thoughts. One add on do i hold lspd at the 85.00 level? Thanks

Read Answer Asked by kenneth on March 04, 2021

Q: Peter; It seems to me that there is a general selling of the renewable area, AQN,CPX,BLX etc, . Just profit taking after the huge run up or a back to the past oil switch to the energy sector? Thanks,
Rod

Read Answer Asked by Rodney on February 25, 2021