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Q: Wow your team is good!

I am short in health care in my portfolio. Can you please provide me with your current five favourite health care buys for growth over the next five years. I am comfortable with volatility, Canada or US, and small, medium or large cap.

Thanks in advance

Read Answer Asked by Brian on April 20, 2020

Q: Hi 5i Team,
In this crazy market, your opinion is very appreciated. I listed my holdings in both US and CA. Are you seeing any stock in the list concerning ( fundamentals changed or poor balance sheet etc) with SELL recommendation even with a loss. These are hold in 2 tfsa and the investments are 5+ years. These companies are hold with 4 diversified etfs and follow the markets and nothing to do about them and i'm always with 6 to 8% cash with "see and wait mode".
USA: MSFT,V,CRM,AMZN,ADBE,TTD,GH,AYX,DXCM,ISRG,AVLR
CANADA: ATD-B.TO,BAM-A.TO,TRI.TO,LSPD.TO,ECN.TO, REAL.TO, CAE.TO
TFII.TO,SHOP.TO, WSP.TO, PBH.TO, DSG.TO, KXS.TO, PLC.TO,GSY.TO
BYD.TO, CSU.TO, PEO.VN

Thanks for help with this"Knocking Out market"

Read Answer Asked by Ben on March 16, 2020

Q: Can you give your current thoughts on this company please? What is the growth outlook and how does the balance sheet look? Would you recommend anything else in the US instaed? Thank you

Read Answer Asked by Cory on March 02, 2020

Q: Hello team,
A member asked the following:
BMO's Brian Belsky is predicting a bull market for the S&P500, with growth of 18.5% pa for the next 5 years!
Assuming he is right (big assumption) what are your favourite growth stocks (US or Canadian) for a 5 year hold?
You suggested a few stocks...one of them GH...is that Gamehost or Guardant Health?
Thanx!

Read Answer Asked by Silvia on November 27, 2019

Q: In my TFSA I have had a nice run with SQ and was thinking of selling it out and "starting over" with a couple or three of the above listed stocks that you have recently identified as having high potential ( with the same? amount of risk that came with buying SQ a couple of years back) What do you see as the pros and cons of such a move and if implemented which 2 or 3 would you chooses at this time?
Thanks,
Terry

Read Answer Asked by Terry on November 22, 2019

Q: Since starting to do more and more of my own investing I have found your advice incredibly profitable! Thank you. I follow the Canadian balanced portfolio and try to add in some US growth names. I am also diversified into ETFs. Right now I have cash for 2 new US positions. I want to add growth positions and have a long long time frame. Currently considering GH, RTN and RUBI. Do you still like all three at current prices? And which would you choose? Any other suggestions?

Read Answer Asked by Paul on November 14, 2019

Q: I am way down with team and gh. Please advise your outlook for them over the next 12 months (acknowledging and notwithstanding your standard 5 year time horizon). Also, what is your feeling today regarding the recent shift from growth to value, will it continue or does it seem like it has run its course?

Read Answer Asked by daniel on October 28, 2019

Q: I understand that Softbank's WeWork troubles might require it to unload some of its Guardant Health stake, but: shouldn't this be priced-in (to Guardant's share price) by now? Or are the details of Softbank's response to WeWork so all-over-the-place that nobody can guesstimate the collateral damage? Or has Guardant's decline put it in an end-of-year tax-loss vortext, such that it doesn't matter, now, what Softbank does?

Read Answer Asked by John on October 21, 2019

Q: Hi 5i Team,

Between AYX and TEAM which stock would you hold onto for a RESP with over 10 years left until the funds are needed?

Between Guardant Health, Cadence Design Systems and Paysign what would your ranking be in order of confidence in the company for the long-term?

Thanks in advance,
Jon

Read Answer Asked by Jonathan on October 16, 2019