skip to content
  1. Home
  2. >
  3. Investment Q&A
You can view 3 more answers this month. Sign up for a free trial for unlimited access.

Investment Q&A

Not investment advice or solicitation to buy/sell securities. Do your own due diligence and/or consult an advisor.

Q: It appears Canada has the potential to take a part in the EV revolution, yesterdays announcemenmt from Volkswagon regarding a possible gigafactory here, and this from todays FP, "Canada has seen at least 10 major electric vehicle-related commitments totalling close to $16 billion since the start of 2021 as federal and provincial governments work to secure investments in the rapidly-evolving sector." For fun lets say all this and more happens, which Canadian companies will have the most to gain?

Read Answer Asked by Charles on December 05, 2022

Q: I own LUN and LGO as my way to play the electric car advance. However, they are also down considerably. Would you continue to hold for this exposure, or do you have better choices. Also, would you sell these for tax loss harvesting and re buying in 30 days. If so would you suggest an alternative proxy? Perhaps an ETF?

Read Answer Asked by Steven on November 24, 2022

Q: I would like to crystalize some Gains in KXS and reduce my holdings to a small amount (just a place holder).
I would like to add to the others listed above in the order of your preference.
All stocks in my TFSA.
Thank you!
Albert

Read Answer Asked by Albert on November 23, 2022

Q: Peter and Co.,
Would you please provide the 3 or 4 names of North American producers/explorers of Lithium, Cobalt, Carbon and Helium that I could consider as potential purchases.
Thanks for the excellent service.
Ed

Read Answer Asked by Ed on November 16, 2022

Q: i have listed 3 lithium companies,it does not have to be one of these, but which is your favorite lithium company to buy today for a period of 6-12 months. dave

Read Answer Asked by david on October 18, 2022

Q: These lithium miners are currently riding high on the EV wave. I am considering a speculative buy of either LAC or AKE.
From a value viewpoint both of these stocks are currently in the stratosphere, I would like to buy them on a pullback.
Does 5i have an opinion on either of these stocks?

Read Answer Asked by David on September 22, 2022

Q: With new electric vehicles coming I would be interested in looking at good investments which will be required for these vehicles. Would a mining stock be best, What stock would you recommend for Lithium, nickel, cobalt, manganese, and graphite? I am open to other suggestions for a good investment for our new electric vehicles going forward.

Thank you. Donna

Read Answer Asked by Donna on August 15, 2022

Q: Hi Team,
Can you suggest some lithium mining/mfg companies in North America and or other parts of the world for a long term - 4-5 years holding? Please deduct credits as needed.
Thanks As Always,
Tak

Read Answer Asked by Tak on June 03, 2022

Q: LAC is really taking a beating. Is there something wrong or just the general market malaise not wanting companies with no or little earnings. I want to bulk my lithium holdings since I just have a small position in E3Metals. Thought LAC would be the go to name but this market sell up is making me pause. Is it prudent to wait before starting a position in LAC are could one start to layer in?

Read Answer Asked by Paul on May 12, 2022

Q: Hello Peter and team,

What is causing Topicus and Gladstone Land Corp to surge today (Friday April 8th) and Lithium Americas to decline when the recent news from USA was very positive on the metal. Thanks very much

Read Answer Asked by umedali on April 11, 2022

Q: The Economist has a recent article on "seven metals (aluminium, cobalt, copper, lithium, nickel, silver and zinc) that are critical to building an electricity economy".

What would be your preferred method of gaining exposure to some or all of these--single stock (no fees but won't touch on all seven materials) or ETF (more diversified but high fees in Canada, eg XBM)? I would be interested in a single stock (not a basket of stocks) for this purpose, or an ETF. Would be grateful if you could please provide suggestions. Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Chris on March 31, 2022