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  1. #6811
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    With equities at historic highs and fixed income yields so low, it is hard to know what to buy. I decided to add $10k each to two split preferreds yielding in 5% range. PIC.PR.A and DGS.PR.A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agent99 View Post
    With equities at historic highs and fixed income yields so low, it is hard to know what to buy. I decided to add $10k each to two split preferreds yielding in 5% range. PIC.PR.A and DGS.PR.A.
    Agree , but why to DFN.PR.A,imho this one the most stable

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    Quote Originally Posted by gibor365 View Post
    Agree , but why to DFN.PR.A,imho this one the most stable
    Not sure what you mean by stable. The dividends paid out are stable in both cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agent99 View Post
    Not sure what you mean by stable. The dividends paid out are stable in both cases.
    I meant DFN.PR.A is much more liquid (esp comparing to PIC.PR.A - extremely light volume) and have much higher NAV.
    Comparing to PIC it's also much more diversified, PIC has just 5 banks

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    started a position in ENB with 100 shares yesterday.

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    csh.un
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    sia

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    car.un

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    No idea what your purchase criteria is, but all of those, especially CAR.UN and CSH.UN, seem incredibly expensive right now.

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    more hydro one

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    Quote Originally Posted by AltaRed View Post
    No idea what your purchase criteria is, but all of those, especially CAR.UN and CSH.UN, seem incredibly expensive right now.

    I am just adding to what i hold,,i think they will continue move higher

    Still spending money from house sale,still have 75% sitting in cash,hoping to be fully invested by end of year

    I do not own any banks or oil

    I am also thinking that exe or sia gets taken over,,,lots of seniors have to go somewhere

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