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Q: Am thinking of selling to crystallize tax loss and rebuying in 30 days. My timing is usually terrible when doing this. Do you think the market will make any significant moves in the next 30 days?
What replacement stocks would you recommend to buy for the 30 days?
Is SIS worth rebuying or is there something else in the Industrial space that would be better? Was thinking of EIF.

Read Answer Asked by Bruce on July 05, 2022

Q: Hi Gang

What would be your top 5 Canadian growth stocks for next five yrs

Thanks Mike B

Read Answer Asked by Mike on July 05, 2022

Q: What do you think about tax-loss selling each of the above companies at this point? If in favour, do you think I should buy 30 day proxies for each, and if so, what companies? Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Ben on June 23, 2022

Q: Would like your suggestions of 7 value stocks that also have a history of increasing dividends for both a balance portfolio and an income portfolio ....primarily Canadian stocks or secondary US traded stocks.
and please take the number of credits necessary to complete this "task". ........thanks.....Tom

Read Answer Asked by Tom on June 21, 2022

Q: Which 5 stocks from your growth portfolio and/or balanced portfolio would you start buying today for a TFSA for a five year hold (for an investor currently not owing any). Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Kim on June 08, 2022

Q: Please rank the following companies for long term holds in a TFSA, with a management rating for each. (10 being the best)

Also, I currently hold SHOP and CSU.. Do you feel LSPD and TOI overlap these larger companies too much to consider a position ?

Please suggest any other Canadian companies not listed for long term holds.

Thanks for everything! Cheers

Read Answer Asked by Nick on May 27, 2022

Q: I'm more a scavenger than a predator, as much interested in dividends as capital gains. Right now, however, I see opportunity in the growth sector as it collapses after years of ridiculous rises. My intention is to sell off bond funds to pick off the debris of this collapse.

First question: Now or wait?

Second question: What are your choices given this scenario, US or Canadian? Bear in mind, I'm not interested in the 5 or 10 yr wait. I'm looking at a bounce back after half the herd has jumped. I want reasonable growth prospects, a price to earnings ratio that isn't stupid and a margin that also isn't stupid. Say, for example, Apple.

You get it. I also don't expect perfection from you. No one ever got it from me.

Read Answer Asked by Larry on May 25, 2022

Q: Regarding the list above, could you rank them from best to worst, in terms of fundamentals and the ability to survive economic downturns.
Deduct as many credits as you wish. Many thanks for you assistance.
John

Read Answer Asked by John on May 21, 2022

Q: In a diversified portfolio where I want to add to the above holdings, please indicate in order, which one you would add to first and so on.

Please of course consider the stock appreciation potential, the markets and are these in favorable segments or not, etc.

Thanks


Sheldon

Read Answer Asked by Sheldon on May 16, 2022

Q: Hello guys
I am interested to do some tax loss selling for these stocks given steep drops over a year or so. Could you please weigh in on strategy and if you agree could you please propose some alternatives?
Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Peter on May 13, 2022

Q: Good day team,

I know that you always suggest trading/buying into positive momentum but if you were to choose some stocks (regardless of sectors), on both the CDN and US sides, what would they be? As we are all aware, there is a lot of red out there in certain sectors.

Read Answer Asked by Seamus on May 13, 2022

Q: Happy Friday,

With the current dip and a further downside expected are there any income equities that you would classify as very attractive.

Looking for some new ideas. I have lots of banks, pipes, telcos, utilities, insurance cos, etc. but am not immune to buying more.

Anything in the US really strike you fancy?

Thanks very much and have a great weekend.

Read Answer Asked by Dave on May 10, 2022

Q: Good morning, Today, what stocks are catching your interest given their current prices? for both higher and lower risk investors. Does DND make that list?
Thanks for your services?

Read Answer Asked by kevin on May 10, 2022

Q: Hello 5i

You are often asked if you could provide 2-3 "bargains" from the various portfolios - could you, given the current environment, provide
- 2-3 from the balanced / Income portfolios
- 2-3 outside of the portfolios (either Canadian or US please)
That you would consider a good opportunity to pick up at this time.

Thanks

Read Answer Asked by mike on May 10, 2022