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Q & A with Peter Hodson

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Topic Title Replies Author Created On Last Reply
Preferred shares vs. dividend paying common shares? 3 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:11 pm
on Fri Jan 20, 2017 9:08 am
Duplicate holdings 0 STANLEY COHEN
Fri Nov 25, 2016
9:54 am
on Fri Nov 25, 2016 9:54 am
Do ETF's have poor purchase and selling behaviours? 1 ALEX EDWARDS
Sat Jan 30, 2016
9:17 am
on Tue Mar 22, 2016 11:10 pm
MIC 0 DAVID CHIEN
Sun Mar 20, 2016
3:09 am
on Sun Mar 20, 2016 3:09 am
safest way to profit from hyperinflation 0 liz livan
Fri Apr 24, 2015
7:09 pm
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ETF's of preferred shares? ETF's of dividend paying common shares? 0 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:12 pm
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What sector in the US would you invest in to-day? 0 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:12 pm
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How do dividend ETFs handle dividend payouts & do they DRIP? 0 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:11 pm
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Surge Energy receently cut its dividend 50%. `The first dividend cut is almost never the last one. Should we sell Surge Energy. 0 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:10 pm
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Even though dividend is sustainable, there is a capital loss possibility. How do you assess when to sell? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:10 pm
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Once a good dividend candidate is identified, do you consider share price to determine an appropriate entry point? 6 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:10 pm
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Question for Peter. Energy companies are cutting dividends, Surge just cut their dividend by 50% would you still continue to hold or purchase this company even though they said they were committed to the dividend but then turn around and cut it? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:09 pm
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Would you prefer the parent company or the subsidary for an income growth investor? 0 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:09 pm
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in a non rrsp account, US dividend stocks have a withholding tax. is there a way to get this back? 2 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:09 pm
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suggestions of good div companies with international exposure? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:09 pm
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so far there have been no real estate examples. Are there any companies in the real estate industry that meet any of peter's criteria as good dividend payor? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:08 pm
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Should you also consider preferred stock in your investment portfolio for stability income? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:07 pm
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I own Enbridge and their subsidary Enbridge Income Fund Holdings. The dividend growth average since 2003 averages 5% with a couple of years without growth. In November they announced a 12% increase 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:07 pm
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Any particular screener you find good? Most of the very good ones cover only US stocks. Looking for a screener that handles major markets equally well, esp. Canadian 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:06 pm
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are there any oil companies that you feel have a stable dividend at this point? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:05 pm
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what about REITS with potential interest rate increase 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:04 pm
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with the high cost of US dollars; is this a good time to get into US stocks with this high exchange rate? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:02 pm
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at what price would you recommend buying Constellation Software? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:02 pm
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18. etfs like CUD or CDZ should be preferred?? 0 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
1:01 pm
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what is peter's view of bank stocks for now and for the long term? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:54 pm
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your thoughts on "dogs of the dow" and "dogs of the TSX"? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:54 pm
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any recommendations for a place to go for thorough dividend growth rate information. 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:54 pm
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Several boom and busts since the crisis (nat gas, precious metals, now oil,) what is currently overvalued? are Utilities due correction? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:54 pm
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I am a dividend stock investor and am considering subscribing to 5iResearch; please explain how 5i's information would assist me in selecting dividend-paying stocks 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:44 pm
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should I give up on TransAlta recovering its share price? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:44 pm
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what do you think about gold/silver royalty companies right now eg. Franco Nevada &/or Silver Wheaton? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:43 pm
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Fortis has good dividend history and stable business.. The P/E is high. Is that a concern? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:43 pm
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when do you choose between an etf or purchase of individual stocks. 3 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:43 pm
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1. Is it good to sell great dividend paying stocks when they become obviously overvalued, or do you hold them during all volatility. 2 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:31 pm
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One of your slides showed Autocanada as having 50% FreeCashFlow Payout ratio. Could show me how you got to the 50% ratio as I calculated differently using MSQ 2014-09 (most recent qtr) calculation figures found on my online broker financial statements? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Thu Jan 15, 2015
12:31 pm
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I think that the current pricing of energy stock presents a buying opportunity. I am thinking of taking profit from financial services and REITS and re-investing in energy. Is there one or more sub-sector of energy which you would particularly favour. 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
11:40 am
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should companies that pay dividends that give DPR's (dividend payout ratios) in excess or even close to a 100% , or that are higher than a certain percent (just for example: 10%) be automatically ruled out of consideration for investment? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
11:39 am
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any recommendations for a place to go for thorough dividend growth rate information. 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
10:01 am
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What's a good site to see payout ratios (div/cashlflow etc? Are brokerage sites fine ie TD Direct? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
10:01 am
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what is BADs busines in? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
10:00 am
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does that mean if a company cuts it's dividend the stock should be sold immediately? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
10:00 am
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what are the top six dividend payers in Cananda for safety of div. and at least a 4.5 percent yield? Thanks 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
10:00 am
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Can Peter recommend the geographical (% US, Canada, International, cash, etc.) in a retiree's portfolio? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
9:59 am
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What are your thoughts on Chorus Avation (chr.b)? it seems to be the Rodney Dangerfield of the airline stocks. 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
9:59 am
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Hello, Could you go through the Free Cash Flow Payout Ratio calculation. Thank you. 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
9:59 am
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Comment on US dividend stocks in TSSA acct vs non-TFSA acct 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
9:58 am
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Please talk about the reliability of dividends from businesses in different sectors e.g. financial vs resources vs industrial etc 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
9:58 am
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Do you place any credence in the supposed maxim that as go the first 2 or 5 days in January, so goes the market for the year? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
9:57 am
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2. Does the dividend strategy change by age? Should younger investors have fewer dividend payers and focus more on growth? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
9:56 am
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1. For income investors do you consider return on capital to be the same as dividends? If so, would you prefer dividends over return on capital and why? 1 A Canadian MoneySaver Reader
Tue Jan 13, 2015
9:55 am
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