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Q: Hi,
I need to sell all the stocks in my non-registered account to access the cash in the next 2-5 years. I will be selling many of the stocks listed, in the next few weeks. Can you list them in SELL order with a few comments on the rationale.
Also, please list the top 10 Canadian stocks (from this list or others) for longterm holding, since I will buy some of them back in one of my registered accounts (RRSP, TFSA), likely over the next 2 years.
Thank you,
Read Answer Asked by Camille on May 30, 2023
Q: Non registered account : I sold a majority of stocks in 2022-2023 in order to convert them into a diversified dividend ETFs portfolio.I though intend to only keep" safe stocks for long term".Please could you rank them in this "safety perspective" , a "hold,buy, or sell" comment would be greatly appreciated,considering the fact that in this case,selling a stock would result in "buying an ETF in the same sector" .Many Thanks for your excellent website ,J-Y
Read Answer Asked by Jean-Yves on March 13, 2023
Q: Now that the sale of the Kansas City Southern Railroad is confirmed, what share movement (up or down) do you anticipate in the shares of the Cpr and the CNR? Because a Canadian railroad now owns an American railroad do you think the Government of Canada is more or less likely to approve the joint project of the CPR and the State of Alaska?
Read Answer Asked by Elmer on September 16, 2021
Q: I have owned CNR for a number of years and it has been a solid performer. I appreciate its regular dividend increases and blue-chip status. Having said that, under what circumstances, if any, would you consider switching to TFII? I know there is an increase in risk but do you expect the long term growth prospects with TFII to be that much better? In particular, I am thinking that the UPS segment of TFII's business offers a real potential growth opportunity.

Taxes are not an issue.

Appreciate your insight.

Paul F.
Read Answer Asked by Paul on June 21, 2021