skip to content
  1. Home
  2. >
  3. Investment Q&A
You can view 3 more answers this month. Sign up for a free trial for unlimited access.

Investment Q&A

Not investment advice or solicitation to buy/sell securities. Do your own due diligence and/or consult an advisor.

Q: Hello
Could you recommend service oriented (eg going to restaurants , on vacations etc) stocks and ETFs that still have room to grow with the reopening?
Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Mary on July 06, 2021

Q: Hello Team,

Can you plese list your top 6 'recovery' stocks that should still show significant positive movement.

Thanks,

Dean

Read Answer Asked by Dean on March 24, 2021

Q: I would love to buy Booking or Live Nation but I cant pay more than they were trading at a year ago. There is still too much uncertainty. Are there any names that haven't fully recovered (and then some) that look interesting to you at this point? Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Martin on March 04, 2021

Q: Hi 5i gang,

What are your current favorites for the reopening trade? I know this is not a new theme, just looking for stocks that are still are reasonably priced.

Thx

Read Answer Asked by Christopher on March 03, 2021

Q: Aside from AC, what are 5 top of list "recovery stocks" ?

Read Answer Asked by George on March 03, 2021

Q: I would like to start a position in 2-3 companies that should have a nice boost as the travel industry resumes. It could be US or Canada. Can you suggest 4-5 to look at please?
Also, is there an etf that would embody my theme and would benefit as the industry comes back?
Thanks as always for your great advice.

Read Answer Asked by Elliott on February 23, 2021

Q: Could you please recommend a couple of replacement(s) for Great Cdn Gaming? It can be US or CDN and I'd like the replacement companies to have great management teams and be in the same sector. Companies in the leisure and entertainment space you think will come out of this crisis bigger and better. It doesn't necessarily have to be a casino company. Thanks a lot.

Read Answer Asked by Clinton on January 29, 2021

Q: Hello 5i team
As a front line (nearly retired) physician, I recently received a Covid 19 immunization. It's difficult to express the REMARKABLE sense of gratitude and euphoria that I observed among everyone involved . Suddenly, we felt liberated from the danger of this scourge that we face daily. Our next exciting job is to immunize our fellow citizens as fast as humanly possible and as we do, this euphoria will spread to society at large.
After my immunization I bought a new car and we're booking our fall and winter travel plans. This manic behaviour, I believe, represents the tip of the iceberg for pent up demand which will be unleashed upon the world.
At the risk of being labelled a mercenary can you identify some sectors which are still beaten up and likely to surge-I'm thinking energy but other suggestions welcome (prefer etf's with a dividend to keep me invested until the recovery occurs-would supplement with high conviction stocks)
Thank you. As always, I value your opinions, Regards gary


Read Answer Asked by Gary on January 12, 2021

Q: I am looking to begin to sell puts on the scarier parts of the US economy. Not the scariest, so no cruise lines, but airlines, entertainment, hospitality, automakers, restaurants would be fair game. I can't even look at Tesla and I know that LUV has been your preference among US airlines. Given that the chief criteria of this trade is that the company survive is LUV still your preferred recommendation among airlines? Can you recommend any other beaten down stocks in these sectors that you are reasonably sure will come through the other end of this, whenever that is. US listed companies only please due to option liquidity. Thank-you, once again, for all your sage advice!

Read Answer Asked by Alex on April 20, 2020

Q: how would you value in order of risk these six u.s. div. companies and would you invest funds in these companies in our economically uncertain times....thanks for great service...gene

Read Answer Asked by gene on August 06, 2019