My Favourite PASSIVE INCOME Fund Managers EP4: Hamilton ETFs: Financials Expert HCAL HFIN HDIV HYLD – YouTube

My Favourite PASSIVE INCOME Fund Managers EP4: Hamilton ETFs: Financials Expert HCAL HFIN HDIV HYLD


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  • Published On: 2022-05-09 04:30:17
  • Video Published/Author: Passive Income Investing
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Hamilton ETFs Lineup:
HYLD ETF Review + Q&A:
HDIV ETF Review:
Big Canadian Banks (Featuring HCAL):

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  1. Loving the channel still Adrian! I catch at least half of your videos! I know you love your cover calls, what do you think about using ZWU and maybe ZPAY for 20% of a portfolio for someone who isn't ready for bonds but is looking for something to steady the ship a bit. 80% equities, 20% ZWU/ZPAY vs 80% equities, 20% bonds.

  2. Great videos as always. Just a question for Adrian and the community. If the price of these funds keeps dropping and the yields keep rising, will they stop paying out dividends or cut them in half, and then start paying out again when economy recovers ?

  3. Hi Adrian. Thanks a lot for your videos, it really helped me a lot to find some really good funds for passive income. I have a question for you. When I was trying to search for high yield funds by using google search – I only saw funds like Vanguard, Ishares etc. – I mean only large and famous ones. I have never found something like Brompton, Hamilton, Quadrvest etc. How do you find those? is there any screener online for searching them? much appreciated.

  4. Great Video ,Adrian! Could you kindly ask Rob how the proposed changes to HDIF, HYLD will affect the yield of these ETFs ( if at all)? I absolutely LOVE these 2 and put a lot of $$$ into them and have been going around telling all my friends about these two! 😛

  5. I bought some HDIV becasue I liked the ETFs it holds…seems really well rounded so somewhat 'balanced'. We will see how the dividends play out. except that we get to pay the management fees for all of those ETFs, not just one…but I think the math evens that out anyway.

  6. Hey Adrian, nice job as usual. I was wondering what is your opinion of IVQ (Invesque) which I believe you had in your portfolio? I know it has its dividend suspended and is undervalued. Do you think it is ok time to pick it up for future dividend income and growth?

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