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Q: Just a follow up to my prior question. I was under the impression that Kxs is very expensive . Can you please give me an idea of whether you would consider if it was or not and what the numbers tell you.

Also, when you answer questions about stocks to buy you rarely mention TRI. This stock also has done amazingly well this 12 months +15%. How do you rate TRI as a buy at these prices and compared to other stocks you like?

Thanks



Sheldon

Read Answer Asked by Sheldon on March 20, 2023

Q: Hi 5i and Peter,
In a show down between DSG and TRI which company would you pick for the largest overall return for the next 5 - 10 years. I like both companies and having a tough time deciding. The past 5 years their CAGR share price (including TRI's dividend) has been DSG - 22.6% and TRI - 24.3%.

Read Answer Asked by Dennis on March 15, 2023

Q: This question concerns a well diversified Canadian portfolio (~30 holdings), focused slightly toward growth.

Looking to add to positions in ATZ, DOO, BN, BAM, GSY, KXS, TRI, PBH and T as well as initiate a partial position in WELL, all for long term holds (5+ years).

Would you rate any of these as a wait-and-see rather than a buy today? Please rate (1-10) in terms of your conviction to buy today, along with suggested target buy range [great, okay].

Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Peter on February 28, 2023

Q: Please rank these companies on an expected total return basis for a 3 to 5 year hold. Some commentary would be appreciated. Thanks ram

Read Answer Asked by Ray on February 16, 2023

Q: Please, advice me which stocks are the best for this year for reinvesting position on tfsa acc, 20,000 $ ?
Or may be some others?
Thank you

Read Answer Asked by dilan on February 13, 2023

Q: "Thomson intends to return "at least $2 billion, which will be combined with a share consolidation or reverse stock split", to be funded by proceeds of the sale of LSEG shares later in 2023."

Do you have more information about this reverse stock split and how it might affect investors who currently hold the stock. Is it in an investors best interest to purchase more shares or wait to see what the actual transaction will be.

Thanks for your usual great service, Len

Read Answer Asked by Leonard on February 09, 2023

Q: I have space for 3 growth stocks in my TFSA. Looking at various sources, I found the above suggestions. Ideally, I am looking at 15-20% or more of annual earnings growth for the foreseeable future. How would you rank the above stocks, without regard for sectors, with a short explanation for the top 3. Also, any other suggestions? Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Martin on February 06, 2023

Q: Hi 5i,
Iím working through an audit of my technology positions for year end. Would you rate each position as a buy, sell or hold for your own portfolio today?

Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Greg on December 22, 2022

Q: I am looking recommendation for a solid long term Canadian growth stock, that one can largely purchase and forget it. This is for my grandchildren's portfolios which currently have a core holding of VEQT and small satellite positions in MICROSOFT, COSTCO and Visa. The portfolios are expected to be held for a very long time. I do monitor the positions currently on a quarterly basis.

Any thoughts on this approach and possible securities that would fit the bill?

Read Answer Asked by Terry on December 12, 2022

Q: Need to rebuild industrial sector holdings - assume a clean slate. What percentage to invest in each subcategory with top picks [some suggested names-please provide your 2 or 3 top picks] and target buy price would be very helpful. (1) Engineering & Construction- WSP, NVEE, J, KBR, ETN and PWR [for electrification]; (2) Transportation- CNR, CP, TFII, CJT; (3) Goods: LMT, NOC, TDG, BWXT, DE, FLNG, FREY; (4) Services: WCN, GFL, TRI. Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by sam on November 30, 2022

Q: Hi Peter and 5i Team,

My TFSA is made up of CSU (33%), TRI (22), VGT (17), DSG (14), GSY (14).
CSU is the core position (thank you for that recommendation) and will not be added to at this time.

With current available cash and the upcoming 2023 contribution which 2 companies out of TRI, VGT, GSY and DSG would you add to for the best growth scenario?

Thanks for all your sage advise over the years. My first 6 years of retirement have been financially successful and the dividend and share growth has been stellar. Again a big thank you to 5i!

Read Answer Asked by Dennis on November 07, 2022

Q: Looking for 5 names for my Cdn TFSA . Must pay a dividend. Currently hold GSY, ATD, BAM.A EFM, DOO, DFY.
Thank you
David

Read Answer Asked by David on November 07, 2022

Q: If I have to pick two names out of 4 which one it would be for Growth in TFSA

ATA, GDI, TRI, BYD,

Read Answer Asked by Mahendiali on October 28, 2022

Q: Hi Peter

In the latest update to the income portfolio, the entire position in TCL has been sold to invest the capital in other quality names.

Is it possible to let us know some of the names you have in mind for deploying this capital?

Read Answer Asked by Greyhair on September 19, 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