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Enbridge: Rich 7% Yield, Bridge The Income Gap To Retirement

Oct. 05, 2021 1:42 AM ETEnbridge Inc. (ENB), ENB:CA51 Comments


  • Enbridge has a bit of everything, from fossil fuels to renewables, and comes with a combination of high yield and growth.
  • It pays a well-covered dividend and has plenty of post-dividend capital to invest in strategic projects.
  • I highlight what makes Enbridge a solid Buy at the moment for potentially strong returns.

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