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Q: I am looking at acquiring 5 stocks based on potential long term return (5 year minimum). From your growth portfolio looking at AT, DOL, DOO, ECN, GDI, MRS and OTEX. Three others I am looking at are EQB, SDE and VMD. In what order would you purchase them and would you purchase them now?

Read Answer Asked by David on July 28, 2021

Q: Good Morning 5i Team,

I'm trying to pair down the number of growth stocks I own. From this list, which two would you have the most confidence in for growth potential over the next three years and which two the least. Thanks very much.

Brad

Read Answer Asked by Bradley on July 09, 2021

Q: Could you please compare these two companies post split. What is the business area differences they seem to very similar.
Could you also comment on their recent earning and potential trajectory.
Vmd raised a lot of money and I don’t see any action
Ptq seems to be more aggressively growing their business and very positive. Vmd is very quiet and not promotional. The both seem to be in an excellent space long and short term.

Read Answer Asked by mike on March 04, 2021

Q: Hi, realizing that you can’t comment on personal weighting’s etc, I would appreciate your ranking of the upside of above companies within the next 12 months. Thanks in advance.

Read Answer Asked by Robert on February 18, 2021

Q: First of all, thanks for the service you provide. I have found it extremely useful since becoming a member. Second, I apologize for the number of stocks covered in the question. If it is too many, please do not respond / post.
Within the last 12 months, I have purchased the above stocks strictly for growth or as momentum plays.
I would like to know which ones you would sell, either because their momentum has likely peaked, or because their share price growth prospects are poor. Please deduct as many credits as required. Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Charles on January 25, 2021

Q: Hello Peter, Ryan, and 5i Team,

I know you haven't been a big fan of these two companies in the past, due to some questionable management issues before they split from Patient Home Monitoring. However, Viemed shares have surged since listing on the Nasdaq (with some help from Covid) and PTQ has shown recent momentum with last week's announcement of a pending Nasdaq listing. Could you please give me your current thoughts on these two companies? Specifically, does the potential for a cross-listing gain with PTQ outweigh some of the other concerns, or would you still be wary? Thanks, Brad

Read Answer Asked by Bradley on January 20, 2021

Q: Hello Peter, Ryan and Team,

I need to sell some of my shares in these companies to fund another investment. Of the stocks listed, in what order would you be inclined to sell first? Thank you.

Brad

Read Answer Asked by Bradley on November 27, 2020

Q: Please comment on earnings. Stock seems to have lost some pizzazz. Is it time to take the money and run?

I would like to see a weekly earnings calendar. The TMX site used to provide this service but no longer does. I would at least like to see projected reporting dates in company profiles.

Thanks for your consideration.

Read Answer Asked by Doug on November 06, 2020

Q: Could you please comment on their recent financing. One of their Intended use of financing funds seemed to be to repurchase their own shares? Selling shares to buy their own shares doesn’t seem to make sense unless they had plan to Drive the share Price down.
Do you think they are planning a big buy Or a series of acquisitions like their Sister company Phm.
What is your going forward perspective on vmd. They seem to be in an ideal market area (ventilators) and able or pull in funds very cheaply and their shares seem to have consolidated. Thank you for the great unbiased advice you provide us diy investors.

Read Answer Asked by mike on September 10, 2020

Q: I'm trying to get a handle on VMD's valuation; the equity has fallen sharply in the face of what appear to be outstanding results and expressions of continuing responsiveness by management with respect to their prospects. Yet the market seems to be pricing the company as a one trick (Covid 19) exploitive pony. Or perhaps not? And is the overhang from prior days and the accompanying critique still valid? Thank you for your consideration.

Read Answer Asked by Mike on August 12, 2020