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A year into a massive rally in global markets, investors are understandably worried about stocks. Unfortunately, many are pouring funds into a far bigger potential bubble: the bond market.
Three more Canadian Edge Portfolio recommendations have reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2010 results. All three generated cash flow to support distributions and growth, in 2010 and beyond.
This moderate-allocation fund lives up to its objective of providing high current income.
Bird Construction Income Fund (TSX: BDT-U, OTC: BIRDF) is the 23rd distribution-paying Canadian income trust to announce a no-cut conversion. That it had the financial power to absorb new taxes was certainly no secret.
Everyone wants to buy into a big yield. The trouble is most people aren’t willing to put in the time to tell the good from the bad and ugly. As a result, they’re either overly skeptical--thereby missing out on what would otherwise be an ideal investment--or gullible, in which case they’re liable to make even worse moves.
Trust conversions have not just been relatively benign for investors. A growing number are actually generating windfall gains.
Enerplus is Canada’s oldest income trust, and management fought as hard as anyone to keep the sector’s favorable tax laws in place. The affirmation of its dividend in the face of new taxes is further proof that, although the laws have changed, Enerplus’ pro-investor policies will endure.
A permanently low tax rate on dividend income: That’s by far the biggest positive for income investors in President Obama’s proposed federal budget for fiscal year 2011.
At some point, inflation will again become a problem. But that’s not likely to happen until the economy does improve--and by that time we should have some nice gains to report.
Aircraft lessors stand to profit handsomely when travelers and commerce once again take flight.