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    Quote Originally Posted by 30seconds View Post
    Why AQN?
    Just a gut feeling that they are undervalued compared to most everything else! Reasonable div as well...

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    Also, AQN just closed a major acquisition in the USA. Depending on the power contract it has, this would be a major cash flow generator. That said, there will be headwinds for renewables in the face of Trump's determination to take the heat off coal fired plants.....though I think utilities will merely delay the closing of coal fired plants, not build new ones. The writing is on the wall despite Donald's pontifications.

    AQN should now look back to Canada to take up the opportunities that premature closing of coal fired plants may provide. Short of the coal fired dinosaurs converting to gas, new supply must start coming on in the next 5 years. I'd think AQN and Northland Power would be keen to grab such opportunities.

    AQN would be a long term strategy, not a short term sprint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AltaRed View Post
    Also, AQN just closed a major acquisition in the USA. Depending on the power contract it has, this would be a major cash flow generator. That said, there will be headwinds for renewables in the face of Trump's determination to take the heat off coal fired plants.....though I think utilities will merely delay the closing of coal fired plants, not build new ones. The writing is on the wall despite Donald's pontifications.

    AQN should now look back to Canada to take up the opportunities that premature closing of coal fired plants may provide. Short of the coal fired dinosaurs converting to gas, new supply must start coming on in the next 5 years. I'd think AQN and Northland Power would be keen to grab such opportunities.

    AQN would be a long term strategy, not a short term sprint.
    Agreed! I have also been into NPI for some time, it's been really performing over the last couple of years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Divi View Post
    Bought

    TransAlta Corp 890 shares
    Shaw Communications 75 shares
    Plaza REIT 650 shares
    Brookfield Infrastructure Partners 46 shares
    Baytex Energy 200 Shares
    Dream Office REIT 116 shares
    Northview Apartment REIT 92 shares
    Artis REIT 559 shares

    Nov 24th
    2016-12-01 Buy Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp 500 shares @ $11.18
    2016-12-02 Buy Crescent Point Energy Corp 300 shares @ $17.39
    2016-12-02 Buy Altagas Ltd 150 shares @ $32.38

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    BIR - birchciff @ $8.50
    VII - seven generations @ $27.05
    both to-day in my tfsa - $5500 all gone!!

    added CPG to my existing position in my reg acct
    Last edited by AMABILE; 2017-01-09 at 06:01 PM. Reason: added cpg

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    Picked up some more shares in TD and sold the last of my REI shares.

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    Looking at MAL and SXP right now.

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