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Q: Hello Peter,

I am leaning towards going all in with my borrowed chips for swing trades. This would be separate from my long term holdings. I would appreciate your opinion please.

Towards that objective, I have short listed the following:
AMAT, TER, ATVI, GNRC, COF, MS, BAC, LSPD, AFRM.

I think diversification does not matter for swing trades and, understanding that this is a crap shoot could you please suggest approx. 5-6 stocks, either from this list or others that you would suggest.
Regards
Rajiv
Read Answer Asked by Rajiv on December 21, 2021
Q: I'm interested in purchasing some stocks directly engaged in the IIOT and "industrial automation revolution" happening across many sectors worldwide. I prefer software companies with high TAM, dominant businesses (or the potential to be dominant), profitable, and good management. I understand purchasing the ARKQ ETF is one way to achieve this, but for a .75% fee it seems expensive. Also, I don't like that the fund weights Tesla, Alphabet, and Baidu so heavily. Of the above companies, how would you rank them as long term buys right now? Am I missing any here that you really like?
Read Answer Asked by Thomas on April 26, 2021
Q: hi,
what is your tough for those company, position 1-3% in my portfolio.
thanks jean guy
Read Answer Asked by Jean Guy on January 26, 2021
Q: Hi 5i team,

There hasnít been a question on TER since last year. I have held it in the past. It beat on EPS and revenues the last Q but gave wide guidance for the 2nd Q which is almost the same as pulling guidance. It is into testing and automation systems for industrial applications and 5G, as well as robotics which could potentially be a growth area. Your database classifies it as technology, where I really have plenty, but I view it more as industrial. Is it a decent investment for industrial or is there a better option?

Thanks for the insight.
Dave
Read Answer Asked by Dave on May 11, 2020
Q: I am considering these US growth names which were mentioned in Investor Place special report for best stocks for 2018.
TER Teradyne
MTOR Meritor
COHR Coherent
FEYE FireEye
Your thoughts?
I know you don't cover US stocks but have been looking for ideas help diversify my portfolio. Are there different stocks that you would suggest instead of these?
Read Answer Asked by Anna on December 21, 2017