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Harvest has many covered call ETFs, using 25-30% of the stocks within an ETF that is a covered call. If you want yield, these look attractive, all the Harvest ETFs. But he's not 100% certain how they work, but has never heard of any problems. Generally, this is good.
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Healthcare is a great area that is robust to growth shocks. The yield is also enhanced by the covered call writing. A good compliment for Canadians to diversify. Has a place in a portfolio.
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For income in retirement account. Would prefer ZWU to HHL. If markets correct over the next few quarters, there will be more correction in HHL. Likes both and are both buys in pull backs.

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For income in retirement account. Would prefer ZWU to HHL. If markets correct over the next few quarters, there will be more correction in HHL. Likes both and are both buys in pull backs.

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HHL-T & XHC-T. HHL-T has a high yield because they do covered calls. He prefers the XHC-T ETF for slightly more yield. HHL-T is a viable option but you are capping the upside.

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Overall, as society ages, healthcare will become a more important part. The cost of healthcare will cause government pushback on big pharma. It is a growth area. Healthcare technology will be a big part of growth. There is the underlying dividends and covered calls.
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Comment on the change from ROC to capital gains on fund distribution. Bulk of distribution is generated through covered calls, which are taxed as capital gains. Still a tax efficient distribution. HHL.A is currency hedged, while the HHL.U is priced in US dollars.
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They use a covered call strategy to enhance the yield. Those who want exposure to healthcare space but want higher yield, it is a good option. If yield is not a concern for you, you're better off with ZUH.

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A broad based actively managed healthcare company fund. They screen fundamentally for better names in the healthcare space with covered calls for extra yield. A good yield play with less market volatility.
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Disclosure: He runs this ETF, 20 equally-weighted large US healthcare stocks. He makes minor adjustments periodically, like selling Gilead recently. He wants diversification across this space. Pays a high dividend, using covered calls for a third of the holdings. This is good if you want US healthcare and regular income with some appreciation.

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A managed strategy that is designed to produce high yield through options and other strategy. There are elements of growth but the price has stayed consistent. The dividend has stayed north of 7%. You're investing for the yield and to get exposure to healthcare.
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Attractive income, equal weighted 20 largest healthcare companies. Covered calls on a portion of the portfolio. Secularly, has some solid fundamentals of increased spending in drug sales and healthcare. Suspects the 9% yield is not sustainable with low interest rates.
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These are some of the best ETFs for playing healthcare depending on what strategy you like. These cover global, covered call, yield focused, or actively managed ETFs in the market. The sector is a little overvalued right now so you might want to wait for a pullback. Longterm outlook is favourable.
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This covers mature companies, covered calls, and yield generators. In the next couple decades, as societies age across the world, healthcare will be a good trend. It is a good long term play.
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LIFE vs. HHL In Canada, we have two similar ETFs holding global healthcare, this and HHL-T. Each holds around 20 megacap stocks, equally weighted. He prefers LIFE because the names it holds are more diverse, but owning either or both is fine. Both feature a covered call a third of their portfolios, which is good, because you want two-thirds to really capture the upside potential in this thriving sector. Who knows which set of stocks within these ETFs will hit? You could own both. Plus, you get a little income.

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Healthcare Leaders Income Fund(HHL-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 9

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 9

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Healthcare Leaders Income Fund(HHL-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Healthcare Leaders Income Fund stock symbol?

Healthcare Leaders Income Fund is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol HHL-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (HHL-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:HHL or HHL-T

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In the last year, 9 stock analysts published opinions about HHL-T. 9 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 0 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is . Read the latest stock experts' ratings for Healthcare Leaders Income Fund.

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On 2021-10-20, Healthcare Leaders Income Fund (HHL-T) stock closed at a price of $8.39.