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Q: I hold ATA and TFII and I am considering adding either GFL or CJT for industrial exposure in a TFSA account. What would be your choice if either.

Read Answer Asked by Roy on October 04, 2022

Q: I understand that the prairie farmers are having a good year with above average crop yields. This should be positive for the railways if they have sufficient capacity; particularly CP. On the other hand, if we are heading into a recession, they could suffer. Given the recent pullback what is your outlook for the railways for the short to medium term.
Thanks for your insight.

Read Answer Asked by Ian on October 03, 2022

Q: Hello,

Thank you for all the help in these tough times. The advice from this service does help keep a person grounded in dark days. In anticipation of us reaching peak inflation and small caps beginning to turn around can you let me know which of these you would prefer? Both are trading close in stock price but CTS is much larger according to RBC website 1.3B vs 188M. Both are well down from their highs and both seem to still be growing at a good rate. Which in your view looks like the better horse? Or should a person pick both?


Read Answer Asked by Kolbi on October 03, 2022

Q: With the Fed raising rates and their commitment to tackle inflation the US dollar has been on quite a tear lately. Can you name the top three companies from your balanced portfolio that would be the most positively impacted by the strengthening US dollar as well as the three that would be the most negatively impacted.

Read Answer Asked by Steven on September 28, 2022

Q: Hi, What are your thoughts on dividend growers to beat inflation, rate hikes bad markets etc. Could you suggest some dividend growers who are attractively priced. Thanks.


Read Answer Asked by Shyam on September 24, 2022

Q: Hi 5i,

I am calculating a fcf yield for go easy,
and Trisura as being 18% and 23.5% respectively ($20/$111 and $7.38/31.36). Both these companies are compounders with more revenue and earnings quarterly. How are they not table pounding buys here? Can you please provide your thoughts and comments.

Read Answer Asked by James on September 23, 2022

Q: Clarification please on the Sept 19 question on "valuation" of these 3. It was stated "AQN's valuation at 12.4x (ACOX at 8.3x and CPX at 7.6x)"

What measure do these numbers refer to and are they forward or TTM?

Read Answer Asked by Jeff on September 22, 2022

Q: In todays market. Please rank these, with brief reasoning. As always. Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Christopher on September 22, 2022