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June 29, 2018

WeedMD will supply what’s sold in Haiku stores. Haiku could be one of the main brands in Canada. Might be an interesting way to play the private retail industry when legalization comes through. You expect private retail to take on more and more of the market.

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WeedMD Inc (WMD-X)
June 29, 2018

WeedMD will supply what’s sold in Haiku stores. Haiku could be one of the main brands in Canada. Might be an interesting way to play the private retail industry when legalization comes through. You expect private retail to take on more and more of the market.

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June 29, 2018

Suncor vs. Husky (HSE -T) Which has more room to grow? Both in same wheelhouse. Both have done well in downturn, Suncor a bit better, with decent dividend, good free cash flow, buying back stock. You could own Suncor and be happy. If you want the income, go with Suncor. Husky has less actual growth, but more upside, so if you want the appreciation go with Husky. You can’t lose with either, they’re both great.

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Suncor vs. Husky (HSE -T) Which has more room to grow? Both in same wheelhouse. Both have done well in downturn, Suncor a bit better, with decent dividend, good free cash flow, buying back stock. You could own Suncor and be happy. If you want the income, go with Suncor. Husky has less actual growth, but more upside, so if you want the appreciation go with Husky. You can’t lose with either, they’re both great.

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BUY
June 29, 2018

Husky vs. Suncor (SU-T) Which has more room to grow? Both in same wheelhouse. Both have done well in downturn, Suncor a bit better, with decent dividend, good free cash flow, buying back stock. You could own Suncor and be happy. If you want the income, go with Suncor. Husky has less actual growth, but more upside, so if you want the appreciation go with Husky. You can’t lose with either, they’re both great.

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Husky Energy (HSE-T)
June 29, 2018

Husky vs. Suncor (SU-T) Which has more room to grow? Both in same wheelhouse. Both have done well in downturn, Suncor a bit better, with decent dividend, good free cash flow, buying back stock. You could own Suncor and be happy. If you want the income, go with Suncor. Husky has less actual growth, but more upside, so if you want the appreciation go with Husky. You can’t lose with either, they’re both great.

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TOP PICK
June 29, 2018

Not running out of growth pipelines, and that is unique to this company. Still finding projects on the west coast of Canada. Great yield, plus the growth kicker. Big beneficiary of any LNG projects on the west coast. Like it short-term for the yield, and long-term for the growth with coal being replaced by gas. Yield is 5%. (Analysts’ price target is $51.22.)

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Not running out of growth pipelines, and that is unique to this company. Still finding projects on the west coast of Canada. Great yield, plus the growth kicker. Big beneficiary of any LNG projects on the west coast. Like it short-term for the yield, and long-term for the growth with coal being replaced by gas. Yield is 5%. (Analysts’ price target is $51.22.)

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June 29, 2018

Long-term play on robust gas demand. In a great spot with access to US LNG market growth in next few years. LNG market is tight than usual right now, but it’s only going to get better in December, and you can hold for a number of years. Yield is 0.7%. (Analysts’ price target is $37.75.)

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Long-term play on robust gas demand. In a great spot with access to US LNG market growth in next few years. LNG market is tight than usual right now, but it’s only going to get better in December, and you can hold for a number of years. Yield is 0.7%. (Analysts’ price target is $37.75.)

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TOP PICK
June 29, 2018

Juicy income with the fastest growth in the industry, plus they’re one of the bigger LNG players. Investments years ago are bearing fruit. Gas is growing faster than other energy sources. Like it for short- and long-term. Yield is 4.8%. (Analysts’ price target is $58.16.)

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Total SA (TOT-N)
June 29, 2018

Juicy income with the fastest growth in the industry, plus they’re one of the bigger LNG players. Investments years ago are bearing fruit. Gas is growing faster than other energy sources. Like it for short- and long-term. Yield is 4.8%. (Analysts’ price target is $58.16.)