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Q: Hi 5i,
Do you think that GXE is an attractive take over candidate, based on its size, share price, balance sheet and, perhaps most importantly, the nature and location of its in the ground assets. (I benefited entirely fortuitously, but significantly, from WCP's buyout of TORQ some time ago, and I wonder if something similar could be in the offing for GXE....).
Thanks for your thoughts,
Peter

Read Answer Asked by Peter on November 22, 2022

Q: I wish to add more energy stocks to my portfolio for diversification. I have ENB and SU. I am thinking of adding GXE, PXT & TOU, all three seem to have very low or no debt, and either PPL or TRP. All for a 5-year hold. I do enjoy the high dividend yield but would still wish to have some growth and safety. Please feel free to add or remove any from my list of your choice, rank them from the best to the least, and each with a reasonable entry price. How long of a time frame would you recommend to spread over the additions?

Thank you again for your insight.
Roger

Read Answer Asked by Roger on November 15, 2022

Q: Hi 5i,
I need to access some cash by selling some TFSA holdings and hope you can give me advice as to the best way to go about that.
I'm nicely up on WCP and TVE, and with dividends accounted for close to break even on DBM. CTS, CURA, QST and WELL are down a lot, and GXE is down some but not too bad.
Selling 1/4 of the WCP or 1/2 of the TVE or DBM would cover my cash requirement, whereas I'd have to offload pretty much all of any one of the others at their presently reduced values to get where i need to be.
If I didn't need the cash I wouldn't sell anything at present, in the expectation that WCP and TVE will continue to do well, that DBM will at least hold steady, probably rise relatively soon and keep paying dividends, and that the others will find their way out of the woods in due course. But unfortunately I don't have that luxury.
Given the above, could you advise what i might best hold on to, and what might be best to sell in fairly short order?
Thanks!
Peter

Read Answer Asked by Peter on November 07, 2022

Q: How you rank BIR, GXE and POU for income and some growth and ability to handle a recession? Where would you rank these vs other energy names that you mention often (such as ARX, CNQ, CVE, FRU, SU, TOU, TVE, WCP)?

Read Answer Asked by David on October 19, 2022

Q: Please name your favourite 5 small cap companies expected to grow sales at 50 per cent or more within the next one to two years. Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Marco on October 06, 2022

Q: what are the current annual percentages of dividend, debt and free cash flow yield for each of these companies. use as many question credits as needed

Read Answer Asked by hal on September 06, 2022

Q: How would you classify the above stocks as to gas or oil. Thanks
Mike

Read Answer Asked by Michael on August 09, 2022

Q: Can you rank the above "cheap" Canadian Oil and Gas companies according to 12 month growth potential with the assumption of >$80 WTI and >$7 MMBtu Nat Gas (NYMEX) price ?

Read Answer Asked by Neil on May 31, 2022

Q: Hi,
BIR, WCP, PEY, CVE, GXE, & ERF have significant gains in my portfolio.
SGY, and HWO on the other hand have laggard in this sector.
I would like your guidance if I should sell any of these at this time or hold. If hold for now, what should I watch out for?

Read Answer Asked by Harpinder on April 20, 2022

Q: I hold ERF, NVA, ARX, TVE, GXE, and VET in the "play money" part of my portfolio and I'm certainly benefiting from and enjoying the large increases but I know all good things must end and sometimes quite abruptly.

Are there a couple of key indicators I should be particularly watching for that it's time to get out of all of these quickly before I give up all my easy gains?

Thank you,

John

Read Answer Asked by John on March 03, 2022