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Q: What would be your top picks for dividend stocks that are trading currently at good discounts and have a great recovery potential-across all segments US and Canada? One group making 3.5% or higher; one group 2-3% but have more growth opportunity? Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Pat on November 18, 2022

Q: Hi 5i, looking for help taming the RIETs part of my portfolio as i own all of the above. Can you help me with selling some REITs (anything I've doubled up on or is not the best choice). I am planning on redistributing the funds to the remaining REITs. As usual your help is appreciated, if you could rank them also that would be great.

Read Answer Asked by Mark on November 10, 2022

Q: Hi group i would like to add to the above names. In what order /why would you recommend. Would you do it now or wait for further clarity in the market I am sitting on 35% cash Thanks for your help with this.

Read Answer Asked by Terence on November 08, 2022

Q: I have many loosers but I am asking for big loosers only.
WELL,TCN,CAE,CSH-UN,ECN,CYBR,HUT,LSPD,LUN,NBLY,NXR.UN,ONEX,ZTS-N,ROKU-N,REI.UN,STLC,ETSY-N,NIO.N.
Tax loss is ok but it is also capital loss,confused but unable to decide,your opinion is highly valued and appreciated.I had high hope in TCN AS RENTS ARE GOING UP but loosing lot.

Read Answer Asked by Nizar on November 04, 2022

Q: I own shares in ZRE, GRT.UN, and CAR.UN. They are all down in this market. Should I hold these for a year, hoping the markets will improve, or should I sell and move into something like TCN. Can you suggest better real estate companies, where the growth might be better, when the markets move up.

Read Answer Asked by Vinod on October 21, 2022

Q: These stocks have been identified as the top 10 undervalued mid cap stocks. Would you consider any of these be buys and if so, (given no consideration for sector) can you list in terms of most favorable first. Also, which do you think will "hold on" best given the economic uncertainty and likelihood of recession.

Read Answer Asked by Colleen on October 20, 2022

Q: Thy announced a sale of their 20% interest in the US multi-res portfolio for 315 million. The book value from their last annual report was 179 million so the book value was only 52% of the fmv. The use of funds to pay down debt and the evidence that the book value of the company is likely seriously discounted seems to make this company's shares a compelling value.

Read Answer Asked by Murray on October 12, 2022

Q: Hi Guys

I have owned Smart Centres for a while and done prety good by it but thinking I might sell that and add to my 1% position in Tricon. Where do you see them in terms of current pricing and future potential? Looking ahead over next 5 years which do you think will be the better position to hold?

Much thanks

Stuart

Read Answer Asked by Stuart on September 13, 2022

Q: Hi Group what the heck happened to ECN they announced a bought deal and it has gone down since? I see the CEO is loading up on shares He just bought over 1m this week also can you supply your thoughts on TCN seems to me rentals should go up in this environment so what gives with TCN? lastly is it time to take a small position in US and Cad EFFs

Can you give me an entry price on all 4 stocks and your reasoning or should i just wait for markets to shows signs of recovery Was June the lows or are we going to retest June lows (just you best guess I know you do not have a crystal ball

Appreciate your help with my questions

Read Answer Asked by Terence on September 09, 2022

Q: Interested to note you selected TCN as one of three Canadian stocks you would overweight for a 2-3 hold. How would you compare TCN to MG in terms of risks and total return over the same period? For an investor with a balanced portfolio, which would you recommend? Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Maureen on August 30, 2022

Q: I had inadvertently marked the following question 'private' and am now sharing it, along with your response. I also have a follow up question: please rate ENB and AQN on a scale of 1-10 for both growth and safety over the next couple of years. Thank you.

Wanting to dip my toe back into the market with a 2.6% total portfolio investment. My goal is to purchase stock in a Canadian company with a dividend >2%, that is anticipated to experience strong growth in the next 2 years and is not particularly volatile. Please rank the following on a scale of 1-10 for both growth and safety: MG, SLF, TCN, LNF, and IIP.UN. Other than GSY, X, BEP and BIP (already held) are there any other Canadian companies you would recommend that would meet my criteria? Thank you.



Asked by Maureen on August 17, 2022
5I RESEARCH ANSWER:
For growth: MG 6; SLF 4; TCN 7; LNF 5; IIP.UN 4

For safety: MG 7, SLF 8, TCN 4, LNF 6, IIP.UN 7

We might add ENB, AQN, X to this list.

Read Answer Asked by Maureen on August 18, 2022

Q: Ignoring company size and sector diversification, can you please rank these stocks on a best to worst risk / reward basis for long term hold. I own them all in various accounts with a half position or less so my plan would be to let some go and increase position in others with better potential. Any of them you consider good buy at the moment? Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Pierre on August 12, 2022