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Q: If you could see into the future and knew COVID, people's fear of COVID, the economic effects of COVID were all gone ( basically a complete return to normal scenario was 100% for sure in 2021/2022) what basket of Canadian stocks would you purchase now for longer term hold (5-8 years).

Read Answer Asked by Ryan on October 27, 2020

Q: Good Morning Peter & team,

so... As per your comments couple of days ago referring to a positive outlook for ATZ being dependent on the Oct 14 earnings call, I am assuming??? the very positive move today (up over 8%) is a result of a good report yesterday?

If you could please provide your opinion of the recent ATZ Earnings Call and any forward looking opinions you may have.

Also, in consideration for the very negative a brick & mortar report (malls primarily) which I saw yesterday along with the very positive on-line shopping results reported, are there any other companies which are related to on-line shopping you think we should consider moving forward in 2021come as we/if we come out the other end of Covid? Also, please confirm ATZ & LSPD are considered Industrials.

ps... presently my portfolio has a 5% position ATZ & 4.8% LSPD

Thanks for all you do


Read Answer Asked by Gord on October 16, 2020

Q: Over the last 10-20 years, I have found that I have done the best buying and holding several smallish, but established companies that seem to have good long term growth prospects. Have made very large gains by holding stocks like CSU, BYD, PBH, WSP and GSY for 5, 10 or more years. I am trying to identify which smallish but established companies might be the best candidates to produce some very significant gains over the next 10+ years. Would you please rank the following in order according to which you think are the most likely to generate some very significant gains over that time frame. I hold the majority of these, but not in large positions, and there are a few I do not currently hold. Also, if you have another 2 or 3 companies that you think would fit this strategy, could you indicate which ones and where they would rank in the list. I'm not worried about sector, as my portfolio is well diversified, and I am tolerant of risk. Take how ever many credits you feel this question is worth. Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Dan on October 14, 2020
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