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Q: Thank you for my recent question re re-allocation of winners and losers. The above 3 equities represent approx 9% each in my portfolio of 25 in total. If I bring these 3 companies back below 7% each, which companies in either your growth or balanced funds should I add to with the proceeds.

Read Answer Asked by Claus on December 02, 2022

Q: Looking for an industrial stock to pair with WSP. CNR has lower volatility, but a higher p/e compared to TFII. I am older looking for total return close to 10%. Would welcome other suggestions. Thank you

Read Answer Asked by Richard on November 24, 2022

Q: Do you think this is a good time to buy value stocks? If so can you name 6 Canadian Stk.

Read Answer Asked by charlie on November 23, 2022

Q: I'm looking for high quality dividend growers, like TD as an example

Read Answer Asked by Peter on November 22, 2022

Q: Goood morning. Thank you for reading my email. I’m looking for Industrial stock suggestions on both the US and Canadian exchanges.

Read Answer Asked by Marla on November 15, 2022

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.
Thanks
Roy

Read Answer Asked by Roy on October 04, 2022

Q: Taking into consideration current valuations and quality of these companies please rank these companies. Do any in particular look like interesting buys at the moment?
Thank-you.

Read Answer Asked by Albert on September 06, 2022

Q: Looking for 10+ "steady compounders" CAD and US for long-term portfolio core and could you provide a short comment on why you like it and risks.
Thank you

Read Answer Asked by sam on August 31, 2022

Q: Wow, it appears that there will be further, possibly much further decline in stock prices over the next while. That got me thinking/wondering about trimming of selling Canadian stock held in the TFSA....and these stocks are also held in a trading and registered account. Some, like ATZ and PBH are in the consumer discretionary sector, a sector that might be considered more risky in the current market setting. An others, like GSY that is the loan business, a subsector of the financial sector. And finally, there is industrials like TFII, and a US position in TT that also sells into Europe which is in turmoil. This is a sample of the holds that are still in a gain position. Would you consider trimming back to a more risk appropriate weighting, selling the ones in TFSA and avoid income tax or just hold and ride it out???....Thanks for your insight....Tom

Read Answer Asked by Tom on August 30, 2022

Q: Without concern for sector or diversification what would be your top 2 choices of the above names for long term (10+ yrs) growth potential for TFSA? Of those 2 choices what is a good entry point??

Read Answer Asked by Theron on August 17, 2022

Q: I bought these two during the commodity rally 6 months back. Now find myself down 40% on Alcoa and 65% on CENX. How would you proceed? Hold for a recovery or move on to something else ? If a move is warranted, which sector would you be buying currently ?

Read Answer Asked by karim on August 16, 2022

Q: Good afternoon,

I'd like to add a position (or 2) in each of the following sectors: REIT (TCN or GRT.UN or CAR.UN or a better idea), energy (CNQ or SU or a better idea) and industrial (already own WSP, TFII, XYL, TT and could add to one of these or consider a better idea). I could also use a utility suggestion (either add to FTS or AQN or add BEP.UN). And, I'm always looking for an opportunity to add BAM.A to my portfolio. In what order would you add or take new positions given the current environment being favourable to a given sector and/or a good entry point for a particular stock.

Your service is always greatly appreciated, thank you,

Lisa

Read Answer Asked by Lisa on August 09, 2022