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Q: I have been holding qcom for over 3 years and i am up about 100% now i would like to trim it a bit because lately it is not performing as well. If i purchase bx because the dividends are a little better, which one of these companies would you believe that would have a better upside in the next 2 to 3 years from now.

Read Answer Asked by wilson on April 19, 2023

Q: Hi everyone at 5i!
I am up 370% with my stock in NVDA and would like to trim a third of the stock. With the proceeds I would like to add to a portfolio holding AWK, BRKB, BX,COST,EMR, ISRG RSP. QQQ. JPM MDT MSFT, NVDA , PEP, PG, O , VZ, V, WM . I am looking for two or three stock suggestions that would round out this list for growth or growth and income.
Cheers,
Tamara

Read Answer Asked by Tamara on April 03, 2023

Q: With all the volatility we are seeing, I am looking at trading a few stocks so I would like a few suggestions from you. These should be names I wouldn't have a problem holding if the trades don't work out. Both US and Canada. Thank you in advance.

Read Answer Asked by K on March 31, 2023

Q: Hello Peter,

How would you trade the collapse of SVB? Banks and Financial companies are taking a hit. Is it time to buy? If yes, what would you prefer- BAC,MS, BX? Or none of the above.
Do you think there is a contagion risk here?
Regards.
Rajiv

Read Answer Asked by Rajiv on March 13, 2023

Q: Hi Guys
Can you list a few U.S. stocks with attractive Free cash flow Yields ( using EV instead of MCAP) preferably with stable cash flows, that trade at attractive Forward P/E ratios.
Looking also for a decent dividend. I was pondering IBM, their interest coverage looks decent, but their Total Debt/EBITDA looks a bit high at 4.0x
Thanks Gord

Read Answer Asked by Gordon on March 06, 2023

Q: We have BN (full position) and BAM in Canadian $ accounts. 5i appears to consider these very good choices for part of a portfolio foundation. Do you have similar choices to recommend that we could put in our US$ accounts (TFSA, RRIF) ?
Thank you, as always.

Read Answer Asked by Alexandra on February 15, 2023

Q: I'm looking to add a US dividend company into my portfolio with some growth.
Can you rank the best, in your view, of these 5 companies VNO, BMY, ABBV, BAC and T? Any suggestions to add to the list?

Thank you,

Read Answer Asked by Stephan on January 27, 2023

Q: Can you please tell me what the difference is between BN and BAM? What one is better/why did they split it out?

Read Answer Asked by Max on January 10, 2023

Q: I recall once seeing a link to an explainer on all of the different Brookfield offerings. Can you please repost this. Is it up to date with the new BAM / BN thing?

Ideally hoping to see a tabulated summary including:
name of holding
nature of business
yield
ideal account type to hold in for optimal tax efficiency
closest competitor names

Which offering would you recommend for green energy income investment in an unregistered CDN$ account? Any comments on when is a good time to buy given recent structural changes and interest rate changes.

Thanks,

Jim

Read Answer Asked by Jim on December 21, 2022

Q: I hold the above within a RRIF. In total they are now worth $49K cost was $64K, current income approx $2K.

What do you think about selling them all and reinvesting in AAPL, MSFT, BRK and AMZN. Any alternatives you can suggest. I don't mind forgoing the income.

Read Answer Asked by Nigel on December 20, 2022

Q: Hi there,

Iíve often heard that a handful of stocks can provide life changing returns. If you had to pick 5 (or more) that could be life changing, which would they be in preferential order?

Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Michael on December 12, 2022

Q: For the financial sector of a new portfolio with a minimum of a 2-3 year time-frame please rank the above listed stocks for a) maximum return and b) risk. Please add other US or CDA names that you would consider in this situation, especially for higher returns.

Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Alvin on November 23, 2022

Q: could you suggest a few canadian and us equities you would recommend today for a balanced approach, and a brief supporting comment...thank you

Read Answer Asked by Steven on November 10, 2022

Q: I'm interested in taking a position in BX. I prefer do it in my TFSA, or I could do it in my Margin if necessary - what do you suggest? Also back in Sept. you recommended it at $78-79 entry point. Would you still recommend it at that price or do you feel I should wait for a lower entry point? Do you still like this company for a long term hold? Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Pat on November 04, 2022