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Q: What would your top 3 stocks be to capitalize on the apparent trend in EV's. Looking for companies that supply to the automotive industry, parts or underlying resources such as lithium.

Read Answer Asked by JAMES on November 03, 2021

Q: What metal sector(s) would you recommend that will stand to benefit the greatest from the move to renewables. Please provide 3 growth companies to consider.

Would you also please provide 3 value companies that show solid values and good rebound opportunities in the same or similar sector.
Thanks, Peter.

Read Answer Asked by PETER on October 25, 2021

Q: I'm interested in these ETF themes, how would you rank them long term? Do you see any overlap between ICLN and LIT? And if I wanted to go the individual stock route instead of the ETF, what would be your top two individual stock picks within each ETF (either cad or us listed). Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Keith on October 15, 2021

Q: Looks like I am getting bought out of NLC by China. What would your next 3-4 lithium stocks be a couple large and couple small. And why you like them. Thank you for your great service.

Read Answer Asked by mike on October 12, 2021

Q: Hi Peter...I believe SQM mines most of it's Lithium in Chile. Possibly the company is domiciled in Chile which may protect it. Do you know if the legislators intend to revise the royalties on all mineral extraction, including Lithium, besides targeting the gold / copper producers? If production of any material is reduced then higher prices might be expected. Of course too high prices may put an end to the demand side of the party generally. Maybe the internal combustion engine will hang around a bit longer than expected!
Thanks,
Jim

Read Answer Asked by James on May 18, 2021

Q: A lot of interest exists for the lithium industry. I was wondering what your opinion is and possible recommendations to participate in the growth of this sector of mining, or perhaps it is too late to experience much upside.

Read Answer Asked by Steven on May 03, 2021

Q: Good Afternoon, could I get a few of your favorite material stocks as of right now in each of the US, Canada, and Global if applicable.

thx, Mark

Read Answer Asked by Mark on April 12, 2021

Q: I have recently received rights issued from a common share holding in SQM. I can't locate information on the rights, e.g., right to buy at? time expiration - can you provide some insight or, alternatively, a link that provides that information. I've looked on the company website, investor news releases and looked up the rights on the TMX (ADR) but can't find anything

Read Answer Asked by John on April 07, 2021

Q: Could you give me your top 3-4. Lithium related plays for growth potential in politically safe areas with your reasoning.
And your top 3-4 block chain plays for growth long and short term and your reasoning please.
What are your thoughts on
Bitf for a blockchain and Bitcoin play and also your thoughts on btcc.b an etf listing tomorrow.
I apologize I probably should have sent a few emails. Thank you for your great advice over the years.
Mike

Read Answer Asked by mike on February 18, 2021

Q: Hi 5i. I am interested in the lithium space. I have listed three stocks that I have found. Would you recommend this space and if so what would be your favourite? It doesn't have to be from my list.

Thanks again for your reasoned advice.

Cathy

Read Answer Asked by Peter on January 15, 2021

Q: As the demand for electric vehicles inevitably grows over the coming years the demand for certain metals will stretch the supply from current mines. Given how long it normally takes years to get new mines approved and operational I suspect that there are some mining companies with existing assets could be well placed to take advantage of this probable market gap. Do you have any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks.
Alan

Read Answer Asked by Alan on September 02, 2020

Q: Hello -

Which of these three resource stocks is the better investment? Or do you prefer another? I would prefer that it would be a larger company with decent balance sheet and good management. It would be in my RRSP in USD.

Read Answer Asked by James on September 02, 2020

Q: SQM seems to be having environmental assessment problems. I believe the mine pumps up a lithium brine ground water. I think this water is allowed to evaporate in the desert sun to produce a lithium rich concentrate. Not sure if they inject water back into the ground to replace what has been taken out. That would add considerable expense to the whole operation. Do you feel SQM's mining operation is sustainable? The share price of SQM looks to be quite volatile over the past 10 years. I'm guessing demand is increasing slowly and the stock volatility has more to do with investor's short term passion followed by lack of passion for lithium. In addition I suppose SQM is a material's company so volatility comes with the territory. I remain undecided on the company and any thoughts you might have would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Jim

Read Answer Asked by James on August 10, 2020