Use to be in ERF a couple of years ago. Loaded question I know, but in peoples opinions, which Canroy would you choose for the next year or two or more? Thanks, and sorry for the semmingly dumb question.
If you're just starting to invest in Canroys (O&G), stick with those that do the best job of replacing their annual O&G production in addition to providing good distributions. Trusts in this category include Arc, Peyto, Vermillion, Baytex, and PennWest. Because of their large reserve positions Candian Oil Sands and Enerplus (to a lesser degree) are also good bets IMHO. Most Canroys do not fall in either category and buying for current high yields is most likely a trap. I do, however, own some AAV which I'm keeping a close eye on.