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Q: Hi there.

Just a follow up to an earlier question.

1/ Do any of the HHL ETF distributions qualify for the dividend tax credit?

2/ Are any of the HHL ETF distributions subject to a withholding tax?

Thanks very much.

Read Answer Asked by Dave on June 07, 2022

Q: Good Morning,

I am considering buying HHL for income in my cash account.

There are three investment options: HHL.U is denominated in U.S. dollars; HHL is hedged back into Canadian dollars and priced in loonies; HHL.B is also priced in Canadian dollars but is unhedged.

What are you overall thoughts on this ETF and which one would be best for me to buy in my cash account?

Thanks very much.

Read Answer Asked by Dave on June 06, 2022

Q: Good Morning
Can you please give your opinion on Harvest Healthcare Leaders ETF or is there another healthcare purchase you would suggest.
Also would this be a good time to purchase.
Thank you

Read Answer Asked by Heather on May 18, 2022

Q: At almost 69, moving from High Growth/Risk to High Dividends. Would very much appreciate your comments on these 3. Is the 27.7% Yield on SBLK safe?????
Which would be better. Also, any W/H Tax implications in a Registered/Non-Reg account? Thanks so much!

Read Answer Asked by Austin on February 23, 2022

Q: Hi guys

I am a steady eady dividend investor and have almost no healthcare exposure. I am looking to buy a ETF that gives me an exposure to the various healthcare sectors (not just pharmaceuticals), I am looking at overall growth for the units - capital gains and dividends - not just dividends. Wondering what your best ETF ideas would be for this sector. I saw Harvest Healthcare leaders recommended by Gordon Pape - don't know if you have some thoughts on that one - eg. how they squeeze such a high dividend out of it?



Read Answer Asked by Stuart on October 08, 2021