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Q: I have 7000$ to allocate into my TFSA which of these companies would be your favourite and which would be your least favourite, please rate them out of 10(1 meaning least favourite and 10 being most favourite). Lastly at what entry price would you be a buyer of these companies? Please indicate an entry price for each company.

Thanks guys
Read Answer Asked by Ma on February 26, 2024
Q: Hi, follow up the on the previous question about AQN and their dividend versus Cashflow and earnings: The dividend is $0.44 per share but the Free Cashflow per share is -$0.35. Doesn't that mean that if they killed the dividend the company would have free cash per share of $0.09 and therefore be adding cash per quarter instead of losing cash?

Am I reading this wrong? AQN seems to be reducing the financial capacity of the company to pay the dividend. Wouldn't a more appropriate practice be to pay the dividend out of free cash?
Read Answer Asked by Marc on January 29, 2024
Q: In your opinion, is it worth holding on to AQN for the potential benefits of it's renewable business sale/split (and whatever other news follows), or sell now and invest in to companies with more proven management and stability e.g. I'd be putting the proceeds mainly in to BNS and TD.
Read Answer Asked by Jeff on January 08, 2024
Q: Hi 5i,
Happy New Year!
Of the 5 Green Utility stocks listed, could you please list them in order of preference (best to worst) with a short explanation of 1) why and 2) the pros and cons for each stock at this time?

Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Brian on January 03, 2024
Q: I need to gradually raise cash over the next 6 months and am operating on the assumption that interest rates will begin a to decline in late Q1, I would only like to sell those holdings that are less likely to do well in a declining interest rate environment. Please rank each of these holdings from "Sell Now - least likely to benefit from a declining rate environment" to "Avoid Selling - should do very well in a declining rate environment". AQN, BCE, BN, BNS, DSG, ENB, GSY, KXS, NTR, PBH, TCN, TD
Thanks...Glenn
Read Answer Asked by Glenn on January 02, 2024
Q: I held AQN in two separate accounts for over a year, I sold AQN in the account that had the largest position (80%) and I've hung on to AQN in the other account.

I thought of replacing AQN with NPI to maintain my sector exposure, I've yet to make that purchase.....why???? I've been side tracked with the idea of buying BEP.... Can you folks please wade in, would appreciate some of your thoughts and rationale.

Happy Holidays to the staff and readers
Read Answer Asked by jeff on December 20, 2023
Q: Hi Peter, Hi have listed my big loosers and will appreciate you opinion for clean up purpose. 1. Can go right away 2. There is some hope so hold on 3. add more
Read Answer Asked by S on December 20, 2023
Q: Hello Peter,
I am thinking of increasing my weight to 5 percent for Fortis. I understand that the company has been stable for long time with increasing dividends, but is it possible that it could run into headwinds as Algonquin did? I am wondering if i should stick to 3 percent and put the other 2 percent in hydro one and Emera.. Thanks very much
Read Answer Asked by umedali on December 08, 2023
Q: I own the companies in question in an unregistered investment account. To offset some capital gains I was thinking of divesting myself of some of these investments. Please rate them in order of disposition in your opinion. I am a retired investor who believes in companies with a history of dividends. Additionally, can you suggest 3 potential investment replacements, thanks.
Read Answer Asked by Tim on November 17, 2023
Q: I just sold the above stocks to harvest tax losses. I intend to repurchase them in 30 days. How important (or prudent) is it, in your opinion, to purchase proxies for them? What could you recommend if your feel it is useful to do so?

Appreciate your insight.

Paul F.
Read Answer Asked by Paul on October 26, 2023
Q: Hello,
Based on their financial statements, are these companies worth keeping or exit before year end for capital loss?
Thanks
CR
Read Answer Asked by Carlo on October 19, 2023