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Q: Hi Folks,
I have the above companies in my TFSA all at the same or so weight. I had BYD but sold it when it started to drop. I am still ahead in my sold price as compared to its current price. I am looking to add another or even BYD now that it has settled somewhat, can you give me your suggestion as to what you would add to this lineup - buy back BYD or can you provide some others that I can add. Thank you very much for your suggestions over the years.

Read Answer Asked by JOHN on December 08, 2021

Q: Over the past few months my portfolio portfolio performance has been really underperforming mainly due to short reports.

Yes, I had a 7% weighting in LSPD and a 6% in NVEI. So the drops as you can calculate has hampered performance.

If you look at the reminder of the balanced portfolio and the growth portfolio which of the holdings would you you think could be most vulnerable to another short attack?

Just to name a few:

BYD, DSG, KXS, GSY,TOI,DND,XBC,WELL??????

Any others?

Thanks


Sheldon

Read Answer Asked by Sheldon on December 08, 2021

Q: 1. Lightspeed is an expensive stock...

2. Tesla is an expensive stock...

3. Many others these days are expensive stocks,,,

Question...

LSPD - What price do you think it is currently worth or should be worth good or bad? = ?? ( No BS price) $1.00-$1000

TSLA - What price do you think it is currently worth or should be worth good or bad? = ?? ( No BS price) $1-$1000 +

Bitcoin -What price do you think it is currently worth or should be worth good or bad? = ?? (No BS price) $.05 Cents -1,000,000,000,000,000

Im looking for your Rational, Non Vegas, Straight out of University-Educated, 5 years on the job- before being disillusioned by life, Real opinion...

Thanks!
Good job guys

Read Answer Asked by michael on December 08, 2021

Q: In view of recent correction I wish to add funds to my existing positions after tax loss selling is over.
Please rank in oder of preference
Long time investor

Read Answer Asked by Terry on December 08, 2021

Q: Hi! I plan on doing something rash. Specifically, I plan on investing 95k (the entire amount of a self-directed pension plan which I can access in about 20 years), in WELL.

In terms of rashness, 0 being not rash at all (in fact quite level-headed) and 10 being extremely rash, and bordering on sublime folly, what would rate my proposed plan?

Read Answer Asked by D on December 08, 2021

Q: Hi 5i team,

I recently opened an RESP DI account with Questrade for my 1 year old son. Could you please give me couple suggestion to invest on at current level? I am okay with either EFT or single stock and I have long term time horizon 10+ years.

Thanks,
Irene

Read Answer Asked by Irene on December 08, 2021

Q: I would like to add to my consumer defensive. I currently have PBH and DOL at 3% each. I could add a new 3% position or add to the two above. What do you think for a 3-5 years term? If I was to add 1 company which would it be? Please give me two names if so, Looking for a balanced growth and security. Thanks for your good work.
Yves

Read Answer Asked by Yves on December 07, 2021

Q: Can you comment on any short covering in your small cap recommendations?

Read Answer Asked by Allen on December 07, 2021

Q: Hello, my discount broker has the following product in its inventory of fixed income products:

National Bank of Canada Announces NVCC AT1 Limited Recourse Capital Notes Offering
Montreal, 14 April 2021 -

National Bank of Canada (“National Bank”) today announced that it has entered into an agreement with a group of agents led by National Bank Financial Inc. for the issuance of $500 million of Limited Recourse Capital Notes, Series 2 (Non-Viability Contingent Capital (NVCC)) (Subordinated Indebtedness) (the “Notes”).

The Notes will bear interest at a rate of 4.05% annually, payable semi-annually, for the initial period ending on but excluding August 15, 2026. Thereafter, the interest rate on the Notes will reset every five years at a rate equal to the prevailing 5-year Government of Canada Yield plus 3.045%. The Notes will mature on August 15, 2081.

Obviously, the day I need the capital (it would be in my RRIF), I need to sell the note with the associated broker commission. The interest rate today is 4.21%. Are there disadvantages in putting some money for income in this type of product (I have seen offerings from other financial institutions as well) and if so, what are these? Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Martin on December 06, 2021

Q: Can you suggest companies right now to pick away at ,or would you wait a bit longer till tax loss season is over.
please 5 in the US and 5 in Canada.
If dividend is important which 3 stocks would you pick away at right now?

Read Answer Asked by Josh on December 06, 2021

Q: I was going to sell 2 energy stocks . I am underweight in industrials, materials consumer discretionary and consumer staples.
Could you recommend your top two Canadian companies in each sector for growth.
On the other hand would it be just as well or would you favour Canadian ETF for each sector and could you list your favorite for each sector?
Thanks
Jeff

Read Answer Asked by JEFF on December 06, 2021

Q: What sequence would you add for largest overall return for 2 years and least risk for AND, ANRG, DCBO, LCFS, NBLY, STLC

Read Answer Asked by David on December 03, 2021

Q: I'm planning on making a couple of additions to our TFSAs in the early New Year.
Kindly list these companies in order of preference based on a 3-5 year hold.

Thanks, Rick

Read Answer Asked by Richard on December 03, 2021

Q: please rate these companies for 1. capital appreciation (next 3 years). 2. risk 3. best current entry price thanks Richard

Read Answer Asked by richard on December 03, 2021

Q: Hi, I was wondering what you would suggest for additions to an RESP which currently holds VGG
and GSY. Long term hold, moderate risk ok.
Two or three top recommendations please, and Thanks for your excellent service! Thanks, Lavern

Read Answer Asked by Lavern on December 02, 2021