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Q: Is there an ETF somewhat similar to the two mentioned that I can buy on the TSX. I would like to purchase in Canadian dollars. Thank You.
Read Answer Asked by Brian on May 23, 2024
Q: two questions - for CDN. investor with CDN dollars what ETFs do you recommend for the semi-conductor space and us technology - thanks
Read Answer Asked by Karen on June 07, 2023
Q: I am interested in your ideas for ETF that cover semiconductor stocks. For RRSP. Would prefer non-US-situs ETFs, if good ones exist (estate planning reasons); however, you can suggest US-situs ETFs as well. Can be either US or CA dollar-denominated.
Read Answer Asked by Ted on January 19, 2023
Q: Retired, dividend-income investor. Reading lots about supply chain shortages (semi-conductors, copper, steel, etc). How are we best to play this?

Should we consider selecting companies within specific industries (Copper Mountain or Teck comes to mind) or should we go the ETF route (via ZMT or another suggestion via 5iR)?

A dividend would be a bonus. BTW, in the materials sector I already own NTR.

Please list some companies that I can research.

Please list some ETFs that I can research.

Read Answer Asked by Stephen on September 20, 2021
Q: Hello 5i friends - Thought this might be a good holding for using Canadian dollars to invest in semi's valued in US dollars as a portfolio currency diversifier. The subscription is small at this time but this is a new ETF. First, do you like the holdings and their weightings, would you expect this ETF to attract investment over the next year or so in order to satisfy your standards for a sufficient level of investment, do you have any comment regarding the MER and finally other than the low current investment level do you have any cautions to offer. Many thanks for your input. Ken
Read Answer Asked by Ken on August 23, 2021