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Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp T.AQN

Sector: Utilities | Sub-Sector: Utilities - Independent Power Producers
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.AQN.PR.A | T.AQN.PR.D

Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp is engaged in the ownership of power generation facilities and water, gas and electric utilities, through investments in securities of subsidiaries.
Price: $8.89 | Change: +$0.01 | %Change: +0.11%
Volume: 179,460 | Day High/Low: 8.90/8.80 | 52 Week High/Low: 8.97/5.96

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RE:RE:Gas Natural

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RE:Gas Natural

lol. Everyone are noobies. that website is in all likelihood the most beneficial go to resource for volatile stocks. http://hngrcft.tk/7  rate and reply
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Gas Natural

http://www.tmxmoney.com/en/news/blogs/blog_full.html?blogName=MGM&id=01f81ff871fa3d195de23d059aed7036#a01f81ff871fa3d195de23d059aed7036 Inside the Market Blog Friday, August 22, 2014, 11:14:33...read more
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RE:Can $ vs USD

You're correct.  rate and reply
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Can $ vs USD

With the Canadian dollar sliding vs the USD will this not be an added bonus to receive the dividend in USD and then converted to candian  rate and reply
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RE:what rate do they give for DRIP?

yes they do drip, not sure what rate, i have held for a year or so and definately dripped shares show up in my account  rate and reply
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what rate do they give for DRIP?

Does the company convert and at what rate vs marke do they do it?  rate and reply
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RE:Momyo is right, Divvy in $USD

not sure you are corrrect about the dividend tax credit part, as far as i know the dividend tax credit applies to any canadian company paying dividends, doesn't matter what currency they are paid in...read more
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Momyo is right, Divvy in $USD

That "licenced" broker, Newman, should have noted that as AQN in his "top pick," he's not the brightest guy on two feet. Ditto for the Brookfield stuff, all divvys in $USD. For those of us who do our...read more
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ok, just got off the phone with yet a 3rd person at td waterhouse, they said there is no charge, however there is a spread which you can call there fee, roughly about .2%, not 2% but .2% so on a...read more
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shoooter wrote: Now a different person at TD waterhouse has told me there is no chagre for the conversion? Confused. can you confirm? FYI I once accidently sold US$ puts in my CAD account and there...read more
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Now a different person at TD waterhouse has told me there is no chagre for the conversion? Confused.  rate and reply
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Well the stock is on fire.  This could be a worthwhile penalty.  I see 20$ in the future.  Maybe 1 or 2 year away max.  It seems to go up 2% every day.  I wonder if utilities are experiencing a tech...read more
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I just talked to TD, they will not change the US div to  CND without applying a conversion charge,  I hold this in my TFSA, RSP and Magin account, kind of worried about tax impications not happy about...read more
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Analyst rating...

http://business.financialpost.com/2014/08/18/algonquin-power-gets-a-boost-from-analysts/  rate and reply
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Huh.  AQN never picks the most simple way to do things.  Paying the div in $US?  But the stock price is in $CDN.  And they don't list in the US (as far as I know anyway).   I'm dripping this stock in...read more
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RBC US Account

Just called RBC Action Direct, had them journal Algonquin from my TFSA to my Investment Account and then into my US RRSP account.   No problems, fess, or dividends exchanging into Canadian $$'s.  rate and reply
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In non RRSP scenarios you can hold shares of CDN companies in a US$ account. I have done it by accident before DOOH!!! But mine are in RRSP so there is not that option.  rate and reply
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To avoid conversion fees, you could DRIP... That's what I do  rate and reply
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Just got off the phone with T.D. He said that they can't just deposit the divvy into my U.S account, that any stocks held in Canadian accounts have to have divvy paid into that account, and any stocks...read more