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Q: Hi 5i Team,

I am looking to invest approx. $6k in my TFSA and approx. $28K in my RRSP for Jan/Feb of 2022. My potential stock picks for each account are:

TFSA - AT, TOI, CJT
RRSP - T, BEP.UN, BAMR, SJ

I am leaning more towards T & BEP.UN for my RRSP since I do not have much exposure to Utilities in my overall portfolio exposure (Tip my hat to your Potfolio Tracking for pointing that out!)

I am leaning towards adding to AT (I already own a significant amount of shares but I am extremely tempted by the current stock price) or CJT since I believe the potential ecommerce headwinds for the company will be significant over the next few years.

If you could rank or provide your thoughts on these companies in this current (depressing) market environment it would be of great help. If you have better candidates to look at that would also be welcome. Plan to hold for 5 to 10yrs.

I am new to this service but just wanted to say that I have been very impressed with 5i so far. I appreciate all the work you do for DIY investors and wish you and your staff a Merry Christmas and a better new year.

Thank you in advance.

Read Answer Asked by GREGORY on December 21, 2021

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Read Answer Asked by Mike on December 13, 2021

Q: Hello 5i,

Could you please list your top 10 stocks (rank in order 1st to 10th) in Canada and the US to purchase now for a 3-5 year hold when considering current and future values?

Thank you
Cheers,

Read Answer Asked by Jerry on December 06, 2021

Q: Good Morning Peter & Team,

There's been some discussion on 5i re CJT. Demand is up but labor & fuel inflation is causing costs to go up as well. Today it's approaching a 16 month low at $164. Never want to try and catch a falling knife however, price target is $250. Is this a good pick with on-line/Amazon shopping volume continuing to show signs of increasing? Or do you have an alternative which might be a better choice to take advantage of this trend? Besides AMZN ofcourse which I already have.

Thanks for all you do

gm

Read Answer Asked by Gord on December 02, 2021

Q: People seem to have varied views concerning the causes of the supply chain disruptions including covid, lack of longshoremen, lack of truck drivers, etc. Do you see any companies benefiting from this; perhaps on the transportation side such as CNR, TFII, or CJT ? Or any other industries?
Thanks for your insights.
Ian

Read Answer Asked by Ian on October 19, 2021

Q: Good afternoon, I have a 33% equal split of KXS,CJT and BAM, within a TFSA. I had a good run twice with KXS over the past couple of years, and suspect it may be topping out shortly. Would you consider a switch to TOI to be a sound move. This is a growth portfolio.
Thanks for your always sound advice, Steve.

Read Answer Asked by steve on August 31, 2021

Q: I own Air Canada and Cargo Jet and have done very well on both. With Air Canada expanding its Cargo's operation substantially, I wonder if owning both really makes sense. Do you think that replacing CJT with TFII, operating in a different segment of the logistic industry, would be a good/better move?
thanks for your help!

Read Answer Asked by Gilles on July 29, 2021

Q: CJT's SP has been weak YTD (down about 18%) and flat for the last four months (range bound around $175 since March). Do you see any catalyst on the horizon that could get it out of the current humdrum? All stocks will eventually settle on their "proper level". I just wonder if CJT has reached that level already. Your insight is much appreciated. Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Victor on June 23, 2021

Q: I have held CJT for a while, in a taxable account. I am down about 13%. In previous Q&A, 5I has leaned towards TFII when discussing these 2. On the other hand, CJT was covered in a 5I article a few weeks back, something like, "Growth on Sale", for stocks that had dropped a lot in the recent rotation but seemed to show potential to recover. And then there is CJT's deal with Amazon which also seems to be a good positive. So, although you have answered before, which of the 2 would you currently invest in. The tax loss offers some solace and benefit for a switch, but then there is a possible recovery??? Thanks for your excellent service.

Read Answer Asked by Leonard on May 25, 2021