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Q: Hi 5i: I live on Highway 11 in NE ON and every day I am continually amazed about the amount of truck traffic going through. They are not
stopping here. I hold 5% positions in TFII and CNR. I would like to swap a small position in CP and buy MTL or just add it outright. Your thoughts and if I do the latter do you feel that I might be overweight transportations? Great service - thanks.

DocTom

Read Answer Asked by Tom on July 14, 2021

Q: Good day. Industrials account for 13% of my portfolio. Currently I hold the companies listed above. I need to invest another $10,000 to bring my allocation to 13%. All the stocks listed are fairly equal weight. My question is which of these stocks do you think I should increase...or delete, and do you have a recommendation for a different stock that would fit here? I am thinking of adding TFII but am concerned it may be a duplication of the Mullen and CNR holdings. I look forward to your reply.

Read Answer Asked by Robert on June 09, 2021

Q: Hey guys ! I own both SCL.CA and MTL.CA since many years, roughly 3% of my total portfolio, I am down between 40-50 %. Like many of your subscribers, I am not very confident for the future of energy in Canada and I am seriously thinking to pull the plug on both. What would you recommend ? wait until the next earnings or flush now.
thank you !

Read Answer Asked by Christian on October 23, 2019

Q: Mullen Group reported results today and they are what they are. I watched the CEO on BNN today and did not find his interview “warm and fuzzy”. Actually I found he was bitter and he blamed the government and economic influences beyond his control for the company results. I came away thinking if the CEO doesn’t think positively of the future then it’s time to exit my holdings and move on.
Am I way off the mark? Would appreciate your advice.
Thanks John

Read Answer Asked by John on October 26, 2018