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  • Dividend Winners: High Yields And Low Volatility Part II: Dominion Resources [View article]
    Wow - Somebody needs an editor. Poor writing, misspellings and bad grammar. Difficult to read. Could be more informative. RSR
    Apr 19 10:09 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • This 7% Yielding Oil And Natural Gas Producer Deserves The Attention Of Income Investors [View article]
    AdamDivy -- You need to contact your broker to have them file the paperwork, or whatever it takes, with the Canadian companies to stop the withholding by identifying your shares as being held in a tax deferred account. I'm not sure exactly what the process is as I've never had the problem with my accounts. I have seen others on SA refer to this procedure. Many brokers do it automatically. RSR
    Mar 21 11:53 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • This 7% Yielding Oil And Natural Gas Producer Deserves The Attention Of Income Investors [View article]
    cornhusker -- do you live in Nebraska? Or some other U.S. state? just a guess. If you have a U.S. based IRA and purchase Canadian stocks like PGH in it, no Canadian taxes will be withheld. If you purchase Canadian stocks in a taxable account, you will have Canadian taxes withheld, which you will have the opportunity to recover as a tax credit on your IRS Form 1040. RSR
    Mar 20 08:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Replace P&G With Unilever [View article]
    J.M. -- Nice summary write-up. I also read your previous article on UL, and understand your thesis. I own both PG and UL, PG for much longer however. Both are excellent companies to own. I would not consider selling any PG at this point; neither would I buy more right now. A 20% pullback in PG's price would induce me to add, 15% might get me interested, but there is no realistic expectation of that happening. Your point about concerns about UL's expansion in emerging markets is well taken. PG faces the same issues, though their relative size and bit of a head start over UL probably makes this somewhat less of a concern for PG. But it is certainly worthwhile to be aware of in either case. RSR
    Mar 13 07:10 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Dividend Paying Whirlpool A Buy Right Now? [View article]
    WHY??? is still a good question about WHR!
    Mar 13 05:45 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Ford Can't Stay This Cheap Forever [View article]
    1980 -- Where did you find that definition? I would like to read it myself. RSR
    Mar 8 12:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ford Can't Stay This Cheap Forever [View article]
    Thank you Tdot for clarifying the spin-formation spewed by 1980XLS. A loan from any source, government agency or not, is not a subsidy. This interest-accruing loan is set to be repaid on an agreed to schedule, like any other commercial financial arrangement. If this money is being used to develop more fuel efficient technologies, that is certainly a worthwhile purpose. It is not being used to prop up, sustain or subsidize the Ford Motor Company. There is no reasonable expectation that Ford should repay any substantial portion of this loan ahead of schedule. Whatever 1980XLS' biases are against FoMoCo, it doesn't change the stated facts. RSR
    Mar 7 05:46 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BCE Inc. Dividend Fact Sheet [View article]
    If you own Canadian shares in an IRA, there are no Canadian taxes withheld under the reciprocal agreement. If you own the shares in a taxable account, you can recover the amount withheld through a direct credit deducted from your taxes owed on your Form 1040, subject to some limitations. Long BCE, RCI, PBA in my IRA.
    Feb 24 05:20 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Recent Dividend Buy: Coca-Cola [View article]
    Exactly Aaron, diversification within sectors as well as across sectors. And the list of possible examples could go on and on. We've only scratched the surface. There is safety in numbers. RSR
    Feb 21 08:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Recent Dividend Buy: Coca-Cola [View article]
    Yes, they are both great companies, and they have many similarities, but they are not the same. Many investors prefer to hold more than one company in a sector or business specialty. Try thinking of it as investing in the differences between the companies rather than the commonalities. KO and PEP are no more the same than PG, KMB and CL, or GIS and K, or T and VZ, or CAT and DE. You could also consider the various defense contractors, or the many pharmaceutical companies. What is common to all these groups is that each company has many 'products' that are different from their closest competitors. So you might want to own more than one because you like the sector, or you like the differences between them, or you want to cover your bases in case one of them goes into 'reverse'. Or maybe you just like the dividends they provide and the prospects for future growth. RSR
    Feb 21 07:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Mondelez: No Longer A Scrumptious Investment [View article]
    That doesn't seem right because Europe is already shown as a separate entity. Maybe it's Eurasia-Middle East-Africa.
    Feb 21 05:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Mondelez: No Longer A Scrumptious Investment [View article]
    Have to agree with mose. The future for MDLZ is better than this article would indicate. If not, why else would they be investing over $300 million to build two new production facilities? There is more brand loyalty for many of MDLZ's products than implied by the author. Most consumers who are going to purchase store brands or generics have been doing so since the economy nosedived several years ago. I'll pay a little more for the coffee, cookies and crackers I prefer; in fact, I already have. And could somebody define 'EMEA'? RSR
    Feb 20 07:55 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • TransCanada Corporation - Dividend Fact Sheet Overview [View article]
    Soy... -- If that is a question, then yes. Canadian stocks held in an IRA are not subject to Canadian withholding. There are several good ones. In addition to the pipelines and oil/gas exploration companies, look at the telecoms, BCE, RCI, TU, SJR and the banks BNS, BMO, TD, RY. I think I might have forgotten a couple. RSR
    Feb 20 12:49 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Premium Healthcare REIT That Delivers Something Special [View article]
    Anon-A -- Don't have a Roth so I don't know if it's any different than my IRA. Perhaps someone else familiar with Roths can chime in. RSR
    Feb 16 12:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Premium Healthcare REIT That Delivers Something Special [View article]
    NC -- Have held OHI in an IRA for several years, never had any UBTI reported. Personally, given a choice, I would not hold it in a taxable account because of the dividend yield. RSR
    Feb 15 08:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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