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This gives me a few ideas investigate further. AGF scares me a bit with its nearly double-digit yield. Have you come back to the dark dividend paying equities side?
FT- Great list, thanks for updating it! I used to have ESI but sold it a long time ago.
Canadian Dividend Blogger April 8, Reply Link Jordan April 8, The main reason I ask is that my spreadsheet link below has TCL posting losses, and a negative payout ratio currently.
Reply Link John April 8,6: Reply Link FrugalTrader April 8,7: Sales of securities under an investment loan still qualify for capital gains tax ie.
My Own Advisor April 8, Many banks fall into Dividend and topic list. Unfortunately, few others in Canada do. I see very few deals in the CDN market right now. All 5 big banks, all telcos, all life insurance and many energy and utilities.
I think you have more holdings than I do: John April 8, Can one really declare the borrowed money is for the purpose of income generation, receive tax deductions on the interest and yet still call the purchased securities capital property?
Reply Link Goldberg April 9, You are mixing apples and oranges. Owning stocks is owning a share of a business expected to earn income filtered to you directly div or indirectly value appreciation which meets purpose. That is not the case for FT. He is a sporadic and passive investor.
What FT is doing, tens of thousands are as well.
His case is rather clear cut and uncontroversial… which is not always so. John April 9,1: As someone trying to educate himself on the exact mechanics of the Smith manoeuvre and how it fits into our tax system I still find it strange that one can declare the purpose of an investment loan to be income generating but can call the purchased securities capital property rather than income property.
Reply Link Roni Mitra April 9,2: I would take these things into account when making decisions but a good article. Reply Link FrugalTrader April 9,7: Reply Link Goldberg April 10,9:Nice topic.
DM/MMM, what is your view on the “Dogs of the Dow” strategy? Jacob brought it up in his guide to investing, and it seems interesting to me.
About two months ago I created a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel to track my dividend stocks and income. Not only did I create quite the handy spreadsheet, I also shared the end result with you guys so you could all take advantage of it. Since reactions were quite positive overall, I left it at that for a while.
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