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Q: What's up with Well Health? Great results, analyst consensus of $9 - but stock stinks at $3.

Is Li Ka Shing still a shareholder? The last Cantech article seems unclear by saying "lead by..."; like "lead in spirit, but not dollars"? WELL is a sponsor of Cantech and Wadell owns shares personally, so the language and format of that article seem questionable. I kinda get the impression Li has liquidated his position but the company is tiptoeing around disclosing that. A couple sources say Li has "exited" but you may have clearer info from company IR.

I know Hamed Shabazi (ceo of WELL) is close friends with Sharzad Rafati, (ceo of BBTV) and that company has been an utter disaster. Hamed also sits on the board. Do you see any contagion spilling over? Similar problems, tricks or worse?

Something doesn't add up with the share performance of WELL based on their results, supposed high profile backers and analyst target consensus. Can they handle their debt? Have they overextended? Was that short report correct in their analysis of the CRH takeover? I mean that was a trash article; poorly researched and appears to be written by a confused teenager.

I like Hamed and followed him all the way back from the TIO days. I want to be sure that I am not picking up a scent similar to the fraudulent Canadian roll-up "darling" Patient Home Monitoring - I still have nightmares from that burn. The analysts all loved that one too. Well, thanks for your insight!

Read Answer Asked by Aidan on October 05, 2022

Q: Hi team,

Looking for stocks likely to be best performing on short term with reasonable risks in any sector. In this regard, what is your evaluation of Siga Technologies (siga-q), Target Hospitality (th-q), Pagaya Technologies (pgy-q), Nextier Oilfield Solutions (nex-n) or any other on your radar ? Which ones would you buy now ?


Jacques IDS

Read Answer Asked by Jacques on October 03, 2022

Q: Hello Peter,
Is Xebec, basically bankrupt and no hope of turnaround? The company is in the right space green energy so what in the world happened here? They have signed many contracts .. is it bad management or ? Would your advice be to sell the moment it is no longer halted or do you think there is chance here of an upswing? This was a favourite on market call. Are the managers who come on do not really understand companies when they recommend it as this is happening at times when looking at other companies such concordia health etc

Read Answer Asked by umedali on October 03, 2022

Q: Hello
I bought all these stocks believing they were well positioned for the energy revolution. Investors have not been interested in supporting these companies and now we have one of the first to go bankrupt. More to follow as QST has been on the ropes now for five years or more.
Fact is, when the sea if full of escaping methane (pipeline sabotage), who is going to pay a company to collect methane from cow dung?

Any thoughts on.......
What is it going to take from these companies to go broke?
How much more time do they have in public markets?
Any worth the pain of holding through another market crash?


Read Answer Asked by Dave on October 03, 2022

Q: Hi
I have held SPB for a long time and my cost is $5.98 Over the years the stock has been more than paid for itself by the dividends.
It has been as high as $16.00 in the past year or so but now it is back below $10.00 again. It now yields over 7%. Is that out of line or even sustainable?
What could be the fundamental reason for this latest set-back? Winter is on it's way and global warming notwithstanding it will likely get colder.
They have continually been buying more assets and should that not make the shares more valuable?
Could I have your analyses please. H.

Read Answer Asked by Harry on September 28, 2022

Q: Thanks for your very thorough response to my question in regards to CRNC. What other companies trading in the U.S. with a similar market cap to CRNC, regardless of sector, do you see as great bounce potential once markets turn around?

Read Answer Asked by Curtis on September 27, 2022