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Q: Good Morning
These stocks are in my wife's US Riff account
What US stock or stocks would you recommend as an addition to this list?
She is overweight in both finance and tech in her Canadian Riff so looking for alternative suggestions with some growth and a modest dividend?
Thks
Marcel

Read Answer Asked by Marcel on February 21, 2024
Q: I'm looking to add more US companies. Could you please give an answer to Larry's question but substitute 2 US companies per sector for 2024?
Read Answer Asked by Kel on January 30, 2024
Q: Hi,

I would like to purchase a large, dividend paying US stock that has some potential for future growth (or is currently undervalued) in my RRSP. Could you provide some suggestions?

Thank you,
Evan
Read Answer Asked by Evan on January 16, 2024
Q: Good morning 5i team. I am interested in your opinion of KRP being held in a US rrsp. In reading your last response the withholding tax seemed to override your recommendation. Second question is under the present market conditions with 1 year to a lif conversion I have been bolstering interest yielding investment with a potential for capital gain. Could you recommend 3 Cdn and 3 US stocks or etf's with high dividends that have good earnings outlooks, valuation and perhaps some growth.
Read Answer Asked by Robert on January 08, 2024
Q: Hello 5i Team

Could you please review the three listed US Oil & Gas midstream companies which are not MLPs?

Please rank in order which would be the best company(s) for allocation of capital.

Are there any other US C-Corporation midstream companies which I should be reviewing?

These would be held in a US dollar denominated RRSP account for long term growth and income.

Thank you
Read Answer Asked by Stephen on January 03, 2024
Q: Could you list some Canadian + US stocks that you would consider "among the safest" , including in case of an economic slow down .thanks for your always excellent reports.
Read Answer Asked by Jean-Yves on December 20, 2023
Q: Getting closer to retirement looking for solid dividend stocks. Looking for 5 Canadian and 5 US
Read Answer Asked by Mike on November 30, 2023
Q: This excellent question was answered by your team on oct 30 th.
"I'm wondering if you could suggest 20 Canadian stocks, with a minimum yield of 3.5%, that you would purchase NOW. This list could include ETFs."
I shall ask a similar question but for only 12 US stocks or ETFs in my TFSA ,the goal being safety+ dividends + some growth ,many thanks
Read Answer Asked by Jean-Yves on October 31, 2023
Q: Hello 5i Team,
I am looking at adding another dividend name to my RRSP portfolio. I already own ENB, TRP, and PPL in the energy infrastructure space, and am thinking of starting a position in Williams Companies. It has a lower yield than the other three at present, but how does it compare in terms of valuation (P/E, debt ratios, etc.) Is it a "safer" investment than the other three? Given that it's nearly impossible to build a new pipeline in Canada anymore, does it have a better future?
Much appreciated,
Brian
Read Answer Asked by Brian on August 21, 2023
Q: Hello 5i Team

I currently hold in my US$ denominated RRSP Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. (BEP) to avoid complications with taxation of BEP.UN in a taxable account.

I want to proceed with buying Brookfield Renewable Corporation (BEPC) in my taxable account to receive Canadian Eligible Dividends. I would then sell my BEP holdings in the RRSP.

Could you please provide your top 5 ideas in the US market (i.e. NYSE or NASDAQ listed) for electrical utility and or renewable electrical generation to replace the BEP units in my RRSP.

Thank you

Read Answer Asked by Stephen on August 17, 2023
Q: By the end of this year, I will set up a RRIF. I would very much like to have dividends fund the expected withdrawal of 5 to 6%. There are many TSX stocks which will help achieve this goal. For example, ENB, BCE, BNS, CM, PPL, MFC, SLF etc. Currently, my RRSP is 67% CDN$ and 33% US$. I am having great difficulty finding anything in US$ that comes close to the dividend yield offered by the CDB$ stocks that have listed. BTW, my CDN$ would have about 15 positions. Big Question: How to achieve my goal with the US$ component of my RRIF? One obvious option is to move to funds CDN$, but that goes against country diversification which you often note. I am not very keen on US stocks or ETFs that pay a 2.5% dividend. Your thoughts and recommendation would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Dan.
Read Answer Asked by Dan on July 27, 2023
Q: good morning,

I'm overweight communications services, own BCE,T,DIS and GOOG. Telecoms are for dividends disney for a recovery if and when Iger sells TV and streaming business. Not selling GOOG which is more hybrid .If I where to trim telecoms where can i find a similar dividend stream.
Also is there any way to split google in portfolio analytics between technology and comm services. What are the percentages?

Thanks (gratefully)

Plenty of credits left
Read Answer Asked by Denis on July 24, 2023
Q: Hi team,

I recently trimmed my position in NVDA and I would like to add the proceeds to my dividend income.

I currently owe BAC, BX, DFS, DUK, HAS, GLW, KMI, NVT, PAC, SWKS, VZ, WMB AND ABBV for dividend and some growth. I would like to add one or more US company to this list.

Any suggestions to add to this list? And, what company would you replace in this list if you have any concerns?

Oh, I'm not a big fan of tobacco companies.

Thank you for the great service and I really appreciate your insights.

Stephan
Read Answer Asked by Stephan on May 30, 2023
Q: Is NGG currently good value? Can you recommend other similar quality dividend paying alternatives?
Read Answer Asked by David on May 09, 2023
Q: I need to raise some $US cash soon. Could you please rank these stocks for how they would perform during a recession? Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by A on May 05, 2023
Q: I have some cash to deploy in various accounts. What do you suggest for income (divvy) in a cash account? to be held 3-5 years?
For capital gains to be held 2-3 years?
longterm (10-20 years) in a tax sheltered account?
Looking mostly for Canadian stocks but also a couple of US ones (but not for income)
Please take as many credits as fair. TIA
Read Answer Asked by Brenda on April 18, 2023
Q: What are your top 5 Canadian and US Dividend Stocks (> 3%). Could you also indicate good entry points.

Thank you
Tim
Read Answer Asked by Timothy on April 12, 2023