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Q: For asset allocation I follow AlphaBeta which suggest 6% for. Basic Materials I have 1.35%. Any suggestions for additions to this sector?
In Health Care it suggest 9% I have 6.44% mainly1.45 % in Well the rest must be from holdings in ETFs . Any suggestions.?

Read Answer Asked by Roy on July 13, 2021

Q: Good day - thank you for reading my email and all your information and prompt assistance It is very appreciated

Would you please suggest which stocks you would buy in healthcare and consumer defensive - Canadian and US if possible

Read Answer Asked by Marla on June 15, 2021

Q: without any health positions....what would recommend as across the board encompassing stocks. I am open to cdn or us.
Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Maureen on May 03, 2021

Q: First of all, thanks for the service you provide. I have found it extremely useful since becoming a member. Second, I apologize for the number of stocks covered in the question. If it is too many, please do not respond / post.
Within the last 12 months, I have purchased the above stocks strictly for growth or as momentum plays.
I would like to know which ones you would sell, either because their momentum has likely peaked, or because their share price growth prospects are poor. Please deduct as many credits as required. Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Charles on January 25, 2021

Q: Hello Peter, Ryan and Team,

I need to sell some of my shares in these companies to fund another investment. Of the stocks listed, in what order would you be inclined to sell first? Thank you.

Brad

Read Answer Asked by Bradley on November 27, 2020

Q: Hi, current in my portfolio of 13 stocks + 2 ETF I have some good performing stocks that are > 5% position, TXN is 10.3%, DIS is 8.40%, EWZS is 9.37% and ADM is 8.54%. 25% of my holdings are in TECH (3 stocks + 1 etf). Do you feel comfortable with keeping these stocks with current positions or could I trim it to reduce risk ? I don't have many exposure to financials and consumer cyclical sectors. Can you suggest me growth stocks in these 2 sectors in US and CAN ? In healthcare I have only ABBV, I would like to have other good options here for growth and medium risk. I have +20 years horizon.

Read Answer Asked by Clayton on November 27, 2020

Q: This morning David Rosenberg recommended small-cap health care stocks. I would appreciate your recommendation on several Canadian listed health care stocks, particularly those on the forefront of technology.

Read Answer Asked by Dennis on September 11, 2020

Q: Peter, it looks like skies are clear for this stock, but I'd be interested in your opinion. Raymond James forecasts a one year double on this stock "on the back of positive news concerning the TULSA- PRO [prostate cancer treatment which provides non-chemo, non-radiation ablation of affected tissue], starting with the technology’s US FDA clearance last August and then announcing its first US sales a few weeks later, moving the company from a clinical development company to a commercial-stage company."

Also, the company recently paid off all remaining debt with CIBC.

So... what do you see as potential hurdles for this one.

Read Answer Asked by David on February 11, 2020

Q: In your Feb 7 response to Jerry on PRN after referring to recent strong momentum you say “markets obviously think there is potential here, but the company now needs to start delivering on that potential.”

I would argue that PRN started delivering on the potential long ago – the company received FDA approval Aug 2019 after a successful clinical trial; PRN successfully listed on NASDAQ last fall; the company announced in early January this year a deal and partnership with RadNet, the largest network of outpatient imaging centres in the US; and recently PRN raised US$ 40 million in an equity financing and retired all bank debt ahead of schedule. PRN is now well positioned to scale the business without further dilution.

I recognize there remains commercialization risk and there is reimbursement risk and revenues are essentially non-existent at this early stage but what we have here is a very experienced very competent management team that has done it before with NOVADAQ. Significantly, the CEO Arun and his team are not doing this because they need to money. They will not rush it they will do it right. I think you have mentioned in the past that this is one of the best small cap situations to invest in – assuming you can deal with the volatility and risk.

Read Answer Asked by James on February 09, 2020