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Review of Topicus.com Inc.

JUN 02, 2021 - TOI is a strong investment in our view. While it may not be flashy, we think the guidance from Constellation cannot be ignored. Over time, we think TOI has plenty of potential to unlock. Rating initiated at ‘A-’.

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Q: At this time, what are your top picks (5 CDN, 5 US) for a 3-5 year hold in a registered account for an investor willing to take on an above average level of risk (but not high)? Sector does not matter. Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Martin on January 19, 2022

Q: Hi Team,
I am an aggressive investor, which paid off lovely in 2020, but now am being crushed. I hold the following stocks (with weightings in brackets) in total in my brokerage accounts. Could you have a quick look and tell me how this basket looks "In general"? And if you see this basket doing well over the longer term (say 5-10yr hold), pointing out any suggested changes you would make, if any are "sells" or worth switching out. Note that if I sell any GSY it would incur tax (the weighting is large because the position has grown and have been a firm believer in the company as its valuation still looks cheap and am collecting a nice div off it as well). I am 42yrs old so retirement is a ways away and my goal is maximum returns with reasonable risk until retirement. Please deduct credits as required. Thanks
ATZ(3.2%)DOO(1.3%),GSY(24.7%),NVEI(6.3%),TOI(8.6%),WCP(2.8%),SQ(3.5%),APPS(2.5%),RBLX(2.7%),BAM.A(1.7%),LSPD(3%),FB(8.2%),TTD(2.9%),U(2.2%),ABNB(2.4%),CRWD(2.4%),NVDA(6%),PINS(1.7%),CRM(2.9%),NOW(2.7%),SWKS(1.7%),TWLO(2.4%),VEEV(1.4%)WELL(2.5%).

Read Answer Asked by Shane on January 19, 2022

Q: Happy new year, 5i team,
I’ve read TOI Q&A back to around Sept ‘21. It seemed a sound strategy for me to buy them as my first tech stock, when priced at $140; just 40 shares. They’re non-registered so as to fit my goal of future tax advantages of capital gains if I ever needed to sell some. I was thinking that periodically I’d buy more to increase my tech weighting as well, overall in all accounts.
Reading your reply on price for ‘good, great and table pounding’, I am wondering if I totally misunderstood this stock. Did I overpay, or is the last 3-4 months drift down simply the manifestation of a higher risk stock. Your reply to a reader on your predictions on future P.E.s , TOI at 200x made me think that how this fairly new stock is doing is just what this kind does, and why a hold for 5+ yrs is best.
Do you have guidance if what I’ve written shows a big gap in my understanding please?
Would you buy more today?

Another note (please deduct credits)- when an investor is growing their portfolio and goes from say 5 stocks to 10 stocks, then to 20 stocks, the weights could be 20% each then drop to 10% each, then eventually get to the 5% max you advise, as more stocks are added. To me this seems logical and realistic, then I paused that maybe one must buy less of more stocks so one is closer to the 5% from the start of the journey rather than seeing that as the goal (say at the end of a 4-5yr period). Which strategy is better, does it not matter so long the investor eventually gets there, or, is this related to one’s risk profile?

Much appreciated as always :)

Read Answer Asked by Hilary on January 18, 2022
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