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Q: Good day, what are your thoughts on the prospects for natural gas and what are your favourite US and CDN ways to play it?

Read Answer Asked by Nick on April 19, 2023

Q: If we were to see a recovery in the price of natural gas, what companies would have the most upside potential from their current price?
Of the names listed, as of today, would you consider them a buy, sell, or hold and why? Thank you for your insight.

Read Answer Asked by Dustin on April 14, 2023

Q: I bought these two stocks years ago when you had them in your portfolio, they have gone a fair bit south since then but I am seeing some interest from analysts in these being in a buy position again.
What are your thoughts on taking a position now given the sector they are in

Read Answer Asked by Jim on February 13, 2023

Q: My margin account interest rate is currently at 7.90%. With recent increase of interest rate by BOC, the rate may go up by another 0.25%. Out of the 5 stocks I am holding in this account, only two (MPCT.UN and PEY) have dividend higher than the interest rates. Would you recommend any other Canadian stocks with high dividend/ yeild for margin account.

Read Answer Asked by Numa on February 08, 2023

Q: How would you rank these companies for growth, stability
and dividend security? I'm thinking to trim WCP and FRU
to add these others.


Read Answer Asked by Robert on January 24, 2023

Q: Hi 5i Team. Can o get your general thoughts on these companies and, specifically, the sustainability of their dividends? At what commodity price points do their respective dividends get dicey? Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Robert on January 20, 2023

Q: Which of these is a better long term hold for an income investor?
Both of these are showing very high yields, PEY at 11%!? Is this sustainable?
I currently hold PEY in a cash account and am down although I'd like to add more to this sector.

I see a few options here:
Sell PEY, buy PNE and hold
Sell PEY, buy PNE return to PEY after tax loss harvested
Buy more PEY over allotment and sell excess after tax loss harvested
Any thoughts on these options?


Read Answer Asked by Robert on January 10, 2023

Q: Peter, it is my understanding that all three of these companies now have very low debt. They also have a very low p.e. They also have a very long reserve life. Is it true that renewable energy is many years away from being a viable solution for energy for the world? The share price for renewables has certainly shown that. ie. RNW Algonquin.
Is this huge drop in these energy companies due to the no more piplelines and no case for LGN, the Trudeau effect. Are these three companies still overpriced?? What would be a good entry point?? Is not a 9.5% div on Peyto the same as a 12% GIC after tax is calculated?? I would like your opinion on these questions Thanks Ken

Read Answer Asked by Ken on December 19, 2022