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Q: Morning,
Looking for growth idea for US stocks. Have some money to add to 1/2 position in either CCJ, BWXT or something else you recommend.
Already have full position in CELH, VRT,PLTR and PWR. Trimming NVDA
Thanks for this service
Read Answer Asked by Craig on June 10, 2024
Q: In the current market and beyond, knowing I currently own CS, what would be 1 or 2 good Materials diversification stocks to buy or are the markets currently overvalued ? Is LUN a good example for instance ?

Thanks
Read Answer Asked by Roger on May 23, 2024
Q: Hello Team 5i,
Portfolio tracking indicates i am under weight basic materials in my RRIF. Could you suggest 2 or 3 current top choices. Can be US or International if best.
thanks for years of guidance.
Ralph

Read Answer Asked by ralph on May 23, 2024
Q: Hi All;

I am looking through potential Materials companies for an investment and note in many questions here you single out EXP as a preferred investment in construction materials. Who would be their largest 3 competitors in this business segment, and of the 4 how would you rank them in terms of potential investment gains over a 5 year period?

Thanks,

Dave
Read Answer Asked by Dave on April 17, 2024
Q: I have some USD cash sitting in my RRSP. What would be your most compelling buys today for an agressive investor for an RRSP, irregardless of sector. Kindly rank if possible. (with the caveat that tax loss selling isnít possible)

I was considering FCX or EXP as I am light on materials. Would either of these fit in an RRSP, and which of these two would be your preference at this time?

Thank you
Please deduct as you deem fit.
Read Answer Asked by Karim on April 11, 2024
Q: Can you please rank the above material stocks for purchasing right now? Thank you
Read Answer Asked by Neil on April 03, 2024
Q: Thoughts on the dramatic reversal today in NVDA? Are these just the bots selling and then retail panicking causing more selling? Near term top? What are your general thoughts on the markets currently? Does tech need a cooling off period to reset? If you were trimming NVDA, what are some best ideas non tech or AI related to currently buy or add to? Long term investor and focused on keeping position sizing in line. Thanks!
Read Answer Asked by Keith on March 08, 2024
Q: Thanks to 5i, over the recent past, I have DCA these stocks, holding less than 5% with room to add based on your advice.
a) 3% - AXON VRT HPS ISRG LMN
b) 2% - BKNG CLS LLY NVDA CELH
c) 1% - POWL NXT EXP
Please rank those that you would be comfortable adding to [DCA] now - with target percentages. For example, would you add to AXON first and, if so, to what percentage.
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Read Answer Asked by sam on March 04, 2024
Q: I have funds for 2 of the above. Please rank 1-4 in the order you would invest today for maximum growth over 5 years. If there is an industrial/materials that has yet to be discussed in the 5i pages that should be considered, then please include. Thanks
Read Answer Asked by John on February 23, 2024
Q: Hello 5i team,
At the moment, I only have AEM for basic materials and wanted to add another company for more exposure to the materials sector. I had NTR (bought when it was Agrium) a few years ago and sold all shares when they were valued above $100.

I wanted to get back into NTR as I think it will not go lower then around $60 (has support there). You have CCL in the balance portfolio but seems to be in a holding pattern for the past 3 years.

My question is if you have your eye on other material sector companies that would fit the balance portfolio? With a decent dividend, and beaten down, do you think NTR is a good second materials stock to enter into?

Thank You,
Andrew
Read Answer Asked by Andrew on February 21, 2024
Q: Hello, I recently sold my rental property in 2022, and I now have funds sitting in the bank, earning interest. My ultimate goal is to invest this money wisely and create a portfolio that can serve as an inheritance for my loved ones. I am currently in the process of assembling a collection of high-quality stocks.

For me, the presence or absence of dividends is not a decisive factor when selecting stocks. Could you kindly recommend two top-performing stocks in each sector of the global market? These core holdings will play a crucial role in achieving my long-term financial objectives.

As of now, I have already purchased shares in NVIDIA (NVDA), Meta, Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), Alphabet (GOOGL), Canada: Goeasy (GSY), Nuvei (NVEI), Definity Finacial (DFY), Boyd Group(BYD), Thomson Reuters (TRI), Aritzia (ATZ), and Nutrien (NTR).

Thank you in advance for your valuable insights.
Read Answer Asked by Esther on February 21, 2024
Q: Material Sector - I hold a full position in .LIN and starter positions in EXP CS FCX WFG AEM - all recommended by 5i. I prefer to have a full position in one of these for a long-term [3-5 years] hold. How would you evaluate them [or any other you prefer] and recommend your highest conviction.
Thanks
Read Answer Asked by sam on February 21, 2024
Q: I have very little exposure to raw materials/mining. What five companies would you recommend for a long-term hold?
Read Answer Asked by Robert on February 20, 2024
Q: Interested in a pick in US building materials as a play on infrastructure spend but equities like Martin Marietta, Vulcan Materials, Granite Construction and Quanta seem expensive. However Eagle Materials appears cheaper. Of these 5 are there two you would comfortably buy today with greatest growth potential. Secondly which two seem to you to be least risky. Finally is there another building material equity you would prefer more than any of these and if so what would be your reasoning for that pick. Thanks as always.
Read Answer Asked by Ken on February 14, 2024
Q: I'm looking to add more US companies. Could you please give an answer to Larry's question but substitute 2 US companies per sector for 2024?
Read Answer Asked by Kel on January 30, 2024
Q: The next big move by Biden is Infrastructure . What are areas that will benefit and what Companies would you recommend. ?
Steel, cement, lumber, copper, machinery . Are there companies that rent machinery.? It is rumoured that up to $5 billion will be spent. What Construction companies will benefit. Thanks 5 I RAK.
Read Answer Asked by bob on March 15, 2021
Q: Could you provide your views on the following U.S. small caps and any other you consider having more promising growth ?

entg-q, exp-n, logi-q

Gratefully,

Jacques IDS
Read Answer Asked by Jacques on September 30, 2020