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Q: Now that there has been shareholder and court approval of the "strategic combination" of these two companies when will I see my TOG shares become WCP shares? I can't find an actual date for this to take place. It was finalized yesterday so I thought perhaps it would have happened today. Any information on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys.

Mike

Read Answer Asked by Michael on February 25, 2021

Q: Assuming $80.00 +- oil which of the above might do best. please add any stock you think would fit the theme.
thanks
Yossi

Read Answer Asked by JOSEPH on February 25, 2021

Q: I own both and at the share exchange price for TOG will have a loss. In order to realize that loss for tax purposes I assume I will need to sell it. Correct?
If I do sell but want to maintain a larger position in the new company, am I able to purchase more WCP right away without offending the superficial loss rules?

Read Answer Asked by angus on December 09, 2020

Q: Hi 5i
Regarding the deal announced this morning concerning TOG and Whitecap all stock deal, expected to close in Feb 2021.
"Under the deal announced on Tuesday, shareholders of TORC will receive 0.57 Whitecap shares in exchange for each TORC share, representing a discount of about 4.3% "

What is your opinion? Is this a good deal and should I continue to hold my position to receive Whitecap shares or sell and move on or does Whitecap present a good opportunity?
What is the likley hood offer could improve?
Thx
jim

Read Answer Asked by jim on December 09, 2020

Q: Hi, on a risk reward basis , what are the 3 oil companies you would invest with the highest leverage to oil prices ?, this will be no more than 2% of my portfolio, so I can take the risk of losing it if they go bankrupt . My exposure to oil is rather small and limited to large companies like Enbridge and Suncor. My view is that oil will have a come back in a 3 to 5 years time.

Read Answer Asked by Alejandro on May 19, 2020

Q: Hi group 2 questions
- I was stopped out of Byd in late March since then have been waiting for pullback to get back in, unfortunately the stock just keeps going up. I am of the opinion the market is way overbought in general and my time should come or should I nibble away ? or do you have another strategy that may work. I intend to buy 1,000 shares over the next year
2 nd question I am thinking of buying Meg + Tog due to extremely low stock price Eric at Sprott has recommended them both as top picks - I respect his opinion what do you think ?...thanks

Read Answer Asked by Terence on May 19, 2020

Q: Hello 5i,

It is looking like things are firming up on the supply side for oil. What companies in Canada and the US will best participate in the limited recovery? I have a full (under water) position in SU btw.

Thanks for the service.

Read Answer Asked by Gregory on April 14, 2020

Q: Good morning,

Looking to clean up my oil and gas names but don't mind keeping some or adding others to maintain some exposure.

How would you rank TOG/TOU/BTE/WCP in terms of bounce back potential/likelihood of survival/balance sheet strength? What is you top two?

Do you much prefer SU, PXT, FRU, BIR vs the above names? What are your favourite oil/gas names at this time?

Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Angus on March 30, 2020

Q: Given the abysmal condition of the oil & gas sector and the apparent attempts of Russia and the Saudi's to further roil negative market activity, some long-term opportunities must be in the offing. Which oil & gas producers have the strongest balance sheet, lowest cost of production and are, generally, the most likely to survive these current circumstances?

Read Answer Asked by David on March 19, 2020

Q: What is the outlook for above noted companies in terms of :
1. Balance sheet. Which companies can survive this down turn in the oil patch? ie not go bankrupt. Please add comments and list companies in order.
2. Which companies are hedged and how long do their hedges go and at what prices are they hedged at?
3. Would you currently take a position on any of these companies?
4. Any other helpful comments are appreciated.

Read Answer Asked by Frank on March 19, 2020