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Q: msft or nvda
panw or crwd
jpm or your best canadian bank?

and your best recommendation for maximum growth no matter the risk!!
thank you = ed in Montreal

Read Answer Asked by ed on September 30, 2022

Q: Can you provide a list of 5 fallen angel stocks that you believe may rise from the ashes of this relentless market decline. Betting on phoenix companies that are down significantly so no thought to market, risk, sector.
Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Stefan on September 22, 2022

Q: It looks like this is close to the time to start buying cyclical stocks. Would you agree? Which cyclical companies do you think have the most potential to become three baggers in the next three years. Not looking for ten baggers! LOL

Read Answer Asked by Helen on September 13, 2022

Q: Back on Aug 15 you replied to Adam "AT has bought back 3.5M shares so far in 2022".
I can see it's a good thing in that the company "believes its share are undervalued" and has "excess cask balances."
My question is: how significant is this? And do you know if the company is continuing to buy back shares given the current market value.
Thanks John

Read Answer Asked by John on September 09, 2022

Q: AT continues to struggle with their share price. My position is now down to 1%.
Interesting is that if I didn't hold it at a loss, I would consider starting a 1% position.
I heard somewhere it said " if you didn't own it, would you buy it" and if the answere was no then yes you should sell it.
So I think I will hold this one and "ride it out."
Question is - is my thinking Ok?
Thanks
John

Read Answer Asked by John on August 30, 2022

Q: Hello Peter,

In light of the quarterly performance of Meta and Roku, what is your short to medium term outlook for the 3 companies mentioned above? Will they still be candidates for overperforming in a recovery bounce when the market is done with the downward trend.?
Regards
Rajiv

Read Answer Asked by Rajiv on August 02, 2022

Q: I'm down on these stocks, what are your thoughts currently and prospects going forward? Buy, sell, hold, add? They've all become less than 1.5% positions. Thanks!

MED, NVEI, AC, LUN, EGLX, U, AT

Read Answer Asked by Keith on July 29, 2022

Q: YOU ARE smart and patient investors give me 5 five ones you like that have a double in them if market turns

Read Answer Asked by cliff on July 29, 2022

Q: These six companies comprise my “Small Cap Canadian Technology” holdings. As I like their long term prospects, I am content to hold all of them for their recovery potential over the next few years. However, I would like a second opinion from you: would you agree they are all good companies worth holding, or would you switch any of them out for better quality names? If so, what would be your suggested replacements and why?

Read Answer Asked by David on July 12, 2022

Q: I have an interesting question regarding value vs growth. I don't have exposure to MSFT and still feel bad for not having bought it in the 2009 crash. With a 5 year time frame please rank the above from top stock to least stock performance (prediction, prediction). If you were to sell one of the above to buy MSFT which would it be?

Thank you

Yves

Read Answer Asked by Yves on July 04, 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: These dogs of mine were barking today with Eglx the loudest at 14.8%(maybe due to activist).Any reasons? Is it timely to add in this market backdrop? Txs for u usual great services & views

Read Answer Asked by Peter on May 31, 2022

Q: It's really hard to sit on my hands during this type of market but I am(so far). My question is about stocks that I have held that are now only 0.5% positions(at, lspd, eglx, well) and I am also down quite a bit on several others. I don't think I own any (weeds) but .5%-1% position sizes won't contribute much on a rebound. Do I consolidate here or revisited in a few months.

Thanks again.

Read Answer Asked by Derek on May 13, 2022