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Q: Seasons Greetings 5i!!
About a year ago a member asked you for a sample "growthy" USA portfolio.
You responded with the above listed stocks which have returned about 35% YTD.
Would you make any changes today twelve months after you first recommended it?
Thanks for all you do for all your help! It is has honestly been life changing for us and truly appreciated!!
Regards
Dave

Read Answer Asked by Dave on January 06, 2020

Q: I recently submitted a question asking what "sector" Costco and Disney were in "according to your sectors". You advised that Disney was Consumer Discretionary and Costco was Consumer Staples.
You do not have these sectors in your listings. You have Consumer Cyclicals and Consumer Non-Cyclicals. I am assuming it is one of these - could you please advise. I am aware that sectors have more than 1 description name but I am trying to keep to the sector names you have on your Summary List.
Thank you so much,
Margaret

Read Answer Asked by Margaret on December 11, 2019

Q: Seth Klarman has said that the greatest advantage an individual investor has is the abilty to have a long-term perspective. With that in mind, several years ago I had assembled a core 20/20 portfolio- 20 stocks for 20 years. They consist of:
CDA: TD, BNS, BCE, ATD.B, BAM.A, CSU, CGI, FTS, ENB, CN RAIL
USA: APPLE, GOOGL, AMAZON, VISA, BRK.B, MCD.

I also hold smaller quantities of utilities ( AQN, EMA, BIP.UN), small growth mutual fund (mawer global small cap) and reits for diversification. Can you help me complete my core 20/20 by suggesting 4-6 US DIVIDEND GROWTH STOCKS and perhaps 2 Canadian holdings that I should add or replace. Appreciate your excellent service as always.

Sincerely Ajay

Read Answer Asked by Alka on December 10, 2019
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