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Q: JNJ shares have been sliding down for weeks. Today the company lost its appeal to segregate its talc div for bankruptcy and JNJ Shares gapped down. The talc litigation was already priced in before the decision. The ruling itself was not a real surprise. What gives? Is it much of a risk to add to existing holdings? “Waiting for things to settle” does not always work out when negative factors depressing share values were already known before resolution of said negatives.

Read Answer Asked by Adam on January 30, 2023

Q: There is an article this morning regarding the number of hours that Canadian doctors have to spend on doing paperwork over the course of a day. Things like insurance and income assistance forms, medical reviews for drivers and disability tax credits, etc., said to be overwhelming. Apparently some some forms are being shortened, but hope is that more technology will be used in doctor's offices to further reduce the work.

Is this an area of healthcare that WELL is involved in, or could be?

Is WELL expanding its expertise in other areas in the future - i.e. "long runway for growth" ?

Read Answer Asked by James on January 30, 2023

Q: Hi 5i, recently Aurinia's patent challenge has been resolved. The stock price has doubled and then some off the lows which is nice but not where it was before this challenge began. The big deal now is sales for the company. What do you think of the current sales and what kind of a buy out value could be put on this company. I realize this would be a guesstimate but your experience in such matters is much greater than mine!

Read Answer Asked by Mark on January 30, 2023

Q: A recent article stated that there has been significant insider selling over the past three months and that shareholders have been diluted over the past year. On the other hand earnings are forecast to grow by 68% per year. Could you comment on these statements as well as the status of its balance sheet and strength of management. Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Rob on January 30, 2023