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Need help investing on Canadian stock exchange as a US citizen.

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22/07/2021 - 04:35

As the post says, I am a us citizen and I am trying to invest in some stocks/etfs only available on the Canadian stock exchange. However, I cannot figure how to accomplish this being a US citizen and virtually coming up empty on every avenue I look In. Is this allowed? Is this legal? Can anybody shed any sort of insight that is good bad or indifferent on this subject? Purposely trying to add words to this post just so I can get it to go through so please excuse the repetitiveness and clear talking in circles. Thanks in advance for any and all Insight that is to be shared!   submitted by   /u/big_daddy_kane1 [link]   [comments]


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    Hi everyone, new trader here. I started doing my due diligence on a couple of Canadian stocks. While comparing numbers like 5 year growth estimates on yahoo finance, I noticed that the stocks being traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange TSE had a negative 5 YR projected growth, while the same stock on the NYSE had a positive 5 YR projected growth. I found the 5YR projected growth figures under yahoo finance > Analysis > scroll all the way to the bottom for Growth Estimates. I'm assuming this is abnormal? I would like to point out that I know I shouldn't put too much weight on these projections, but the discrepancy is jarring. Here is a couple of examples I found below: Suncor and Air Canada. In parenthesis are the expected 5YR annualized growth figures. Imperial Oil NYSE (+18.1%): https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/quote/IMO/analysis?p=IMO&.tsrc=fin-srch Imperial Oil TSX (-11.1%): https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/quote/IMO.TO/analysis?p=IMO.TO&.tsrc=fin-srch Suncor NYSE (+12.6%): https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/quote/SU/analysis?p=SU&.tsrc=fin-srch Suncor TSX (-15.3%): https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/quote/SU.TO/analysis?p=SU.TO&.tsrc=fin-srch I noticed Yahoo Finance does not update cash flow or balance sheets with the appropriate currency. For example Suncor, a Canadian company, probably releases their balance sheets in CAD. While the disclaimer at the top of the balance sheet on Suncor's NYSE page says USD, the actual dollar values do not change between the CAD and USD stocks.. Could this be a bug related to exchange rates or something? Which data would you guys see as more reliable? I think the NYSE data is probably more reliable. However I could be missing something big here, excuse my ignorance. ​ Disclosure: I currently do not own stocks in either posted above.   submitted by   /u/Eddy_Khadra [link]   [comments]
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  43. Cielo Waste Solutions has received conditional approval to list on the TSXV (17/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Cielo Waste Solutions Corp. has received conditional approval to list on the TSX Venture Exchange. The date to commence trading is still to be determined, but they anticipate that it will be very soon. Cielo currently has common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) under the ticker symbol ‘CMC’, but they plan to apply to delist from the CSE before commencement on the TSXV. Along with the CSE, Cielo is also listed on the OTCQB under the ticker symbol ‘CWSFF’. When they begin to trade on the Venture Exchange, they will keep the same ticker symbol as the one they use on the CSE. This new move made by ‘CMC’ will ideally increase the presence of the company and provide easier access to investors around the world. This company started publicly trading on the CSE back in November of 2012, but has surely grown over the past 9 years. Starting at $0.03 CAD in 2012, the stock price is currently at $0.89 CAD after spiking from $0.09 CAD in January of 2021. Cielo Waste Solutions is a very unique company that has a very green-friendly mission. They focus on transforming landfill garbage into renewable fuels such as high-grade diesel, kerosene for aviation jet and marine fuel, as well as naphtha. They use special technology that is proven and patented, where they are currently deploying this technology to their Alberta facility. Cielo’s main goal is to manufacture renewable fuel while ridding the world of unwanted and problematic garbage. This company has been creating an impact on the environment for over 9 years now, and they are finally taking the next step to listing on a globally known exchange. Hopefully this new play can help the company in a great way and allow them to increase their positive impact on the Earth. When they commence trading on the TSX Venture Exchange, would you be interested in getting involved with them on the market? And what are your thoughts and projections of this company? Sources: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cielo-receives-conditional-approval-list-130000427.html https://www.theglobeandmail.com/investing/markets/stocks/CMC-CN/   submitted by   /u/GoPublicAI [link]   [comments]
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  44. S2 Minerals Inc. has just listed on the CSE (24/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    S2 Minerals Inc., a Canadian mineral exploration company, has just gone public on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE). Their shares have been listed as of June 24, 2021, under the ticker symbol 'STWO'. This Canadian company was founded in 2020 and is currently focusing on the Sandy Lake project in Ontario, a site that has 167,000 acres of contiguous mineral claims. S2 has 100% interest in the mineral rights of 137,000 acres and 50.1% interest in 15,000 acres of the "Weebigee Joint Venture" claims. They also have 50% interest in another 15,000 acres of claims in joint ventures with Goldeye Explorations Limited. In the Sandy Lake Greenstone Belt Project, they have reported that high-grade gold mineralization was first found from Sandy Lake in the early 20th century and high-grade gold showings have been documented along the full 60km length of the lake. The Company currently has 25,311,334 common shares outstanding on a fully diluted basis; and raised $1.2 million from the recently completed rights offering. The current price of 'STWO' sits at $0.16 CAD. According to S2, it is expected that overtime, they may add new Canadian projects to its portfolio. Now that S2 Minerals Inc. is public on the CSE, what are your projections for how their stock price will go and how the company will grow? Sources : https://finance.yahoo.com/news/s2-minerals-announces-listing-common-180200587.html https://finance.yahoo.com/news/s2-minerals-provides-sandy-lake-110500471.html   submitted by   /u/GoPublicAI [link]   [comments]
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  45. Canadian investor here, I'm transferring my TFSA out of Wealthsimple to Questrade. (28/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Q.T says the process can take a minimum of 20 days, however I'm wondering if anyone else in Canada has done this in less than 20 days? I've already recieved confirmation today that they've started the process for my transfer request (Edit) I'm transfering in kind and not liquidating (Edit 2) I'm going to keep using W.S for trading Canadian stocks, I'm just being slammed by the 1.5% conversation fee every time I buy and sell an American stock ???? ????   submitted by   /u/Internal_Cream6944 [link]   [comments]
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  46. canadian brokers (26/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    hey so ive had enough of questrades BS and id like to get into a new brokerage, dont really know whats good for canadian options. anyone have something they can strongly suggest? looking to maybe open a margin account as well   submitted by   /u/Madlukk [link]   [comments]
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  47. I live in the US and have $100k of student loans in CAD. How can I effectively hedge? (13/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So far I’ve looked into buying the FXC ETF, which seems like a drop in the bucket, and wiring money from my American bank to Canadian bank, which wants to gouge me on the exchange rate big time. What can I do?   submitted by   /u/bbottle1 [link]   [comments]
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  48. Is there any redundancy here? (29/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I've spent quite a bit of time organizing this list. I'd like to narrow it down without losing broad sector diversification. Looking for growth as well as dividend growth. TECH: * Software Application: TTD NICE ADSK INTU CDNS CRM (APPS) Software Infrastructure: ZS CRWD ADBE FTNT SNPS NET (MSFT SQ) Semiconductor: AVGO SWKS MPWR (NVDA MRVL LSCC QCOM TXN UMC) Semiconductor Equipment:: NVMI LRCX TER ENTG AMAT ASML (CAMT) Internet Retail: ETSY MELI PDD (JD BABA) Tech Services: ACN (INFY PRFT) Tech Instruments: GRMN NOVT Comm Equipment: (CLFD) Electronics: (AAPL) Internet: NTES ZG Hardware: LOGI Gaming: SE * TELECOM: TMUS T ZM (VZ) Canadian Telecom: (BCE T) * HEALTH: TDOC UNH (AMEH) Medical Devices: MDT ISRG * FINANCIAL: Banks: BANF JPM IBN (BAC) Canadian Banks: (BNS RY TD) Asset Mgmt: BLK TROW (ARCC BSTZ) Credit Cards: MA V AXP (HX PYPL V GSY) Insurance: AIZ ( Canadian Insurance: SLF MFC POW) Exchange: SPGI * CONSUMER DISC: Personal Services: MED Restaurants: MCD DPZ (PZA) Special Retail: BBY Auto Parts: XPEL Packaging: ATR (ITP) Leisure: POOL Home: HD * CONSUMER STAPLES: Discount Stores: DG COST Beverages: (PEP CELH) Household: CHD * INDUSTRIALS: Machinery: PNR MMM ITW EMR GNRC XYL (ABB SHYF) Building Parts: CSL Staffing: ADP PAYX Railroads: UNP (CP) Freight: FDX EXPD Renting: (MGRC) Services: CPRT Tools: SNA Waste: WM * MATERIALS: Metals/Mining: BBL RIO VALE Canadian Metals/Mining: (LAC LUN SLI CGXF PWI) Chemicals: APD PPG Steel: (STLD LIF) * UTILITIES: Renewables: ORA Canadian Renewables: (AQN BEP H INE PIF RNW TA) Electric: NEE XEL Canadian Electric: (FTS CU CPX HUTL) Water: AWK * ENERGY: Canadian Energy: (CNQ PPL ENS) * REITs: VNQ O Canadian: (APR AD BRE FCD INO NWH NXR SRU SMU SGR RIT RS TNT) *   submitted by   /u/zanoo911 [link]   [comments]
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  49. US withholding tax- For US registered companies only or for all companies on US exchanges? (13/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi need some advice here if anyone has an idea on the this issue. I am resident of a country that doesn't have a tax treaty with US, hence US holding dividends are subject to 30% withholding tax. The country does have tax treaty with Canada, and hence the withholding taxes is lower. Hence, if I decide to buy Canadian companies, say, Enbridge or Canadian national on NYSE, in that case will the withholding tax on the dividend they pay, will be US withholding tax as I bought them on NYSE or Canadian withholding since these are Canadian companies. The query thus can also be extended to any foreign company ADRs like Petrobras, Vale, BP, Shell etc on NYSE, whether it is the home country or US that decide withholding taxes.   submitted by   /u/SSS0222 [link]   [comments]
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