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: Hi 5i Team - I am considering selling my shares in Martello for a capital loss and possibly buying it back after 30 days. In your opinion is there anything that could move this stock forward in that time period. Also I am wondering if it's really worth buying back at all. Could you provide some fundamentals including cash position, level of debt and insider buying or selling. In the past you have mentioned the high pedigree of management. Does that still hold. Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Rob on November 05, 2021

Q: ZOMD The company issued a press release on October 27th that it expects to see at least 80% revenue growth this year. What comparable company do you suggest that would help in determining a possible value of the shares?

Read Answer Asked by Murray on October 27, 2021

Q: I asked this last week but haven't seen a response yet, so ignore if the answer is pending. I hold these as a basket of spec stocks looking for extreme growth. I've done well with all but MTLO and I'm wondering if it still fits here or if I should let it go and roll into the remainder. Would you have a favorite one or two from this list? Any you would run away from?

Read Answer Asked by Rick on September 30, 2021

Q: Hi there,

I am looking to consolidate and sell some stocks. I have listed my stocks that are not performing and would rather invest elsewhere.

Any of the above stocks recommended to hold / sell?

Thanks in advance.

Read Answer Asked by Amy on August 27, 2021

Q: I have been following and have read the q&a on this stock as a speculative buy ( 10 % weighting in TFSA which I believe you will say is way too high ? ) for quite some time and have some questions/ comments.
1. Management is intriguing with co chairs, which I consider messy. One is a salesman who hit it rich in the weed business (Canopy), while the other is respected and experienced ( Mathews). Their CEO is experienced ( but still with no cash in the game? ) Management a positive/ negative?
2.Their products are promising and they have made the right kind of acquisitions. Agree?
3. You have commented that the stock has been ignored and is a wait and see such like GUD.
Wondering if the market is less excited with small tech companies at the moment. Does this create the opportunity to jump in a a good price or to stay away from for a while longer?
4. Balance sheet seemed fine; true ?
Your thoughts are appreciated.

Read Answer Asked by Derek on April 07, 2021

Q: MTLO Q3 just released. Microsoft DEM and the integration of GSX seems to be the future for this company. Legacy revenues are shrinking. Do you believe the growth rate for DEM (17% Q3 over Q2) is high enough to make a real difference? Their stated outlook says " will grow this 60% by year end 2022. In number terms that is
$1.85 mil + 60% growth = $2.9 mil (rev from DEM in Q4 2022) This seems like high growth but still relative. What is your take... are they really moving to a viable, profitable company?

Read Answer Asked by Gerry on February 19, 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: Hi Peter,your thought about Wish,how does it compare to AT?
I am in the process of adjusting my TSFA,you think its a good addition or would you prefer PHO.
What about martello?this one seems to be a laggard.

Read Answer Asked by Josh on January 19, 2021

Q: Hi. In virtually every other publicly traded company I own or have owned, the CEO owns shares of the company. But in this case, John Proctor has been CEO for three years now and makes $400,000/year yet he owns zero shares? Why is this the case? Is it not a really bad signal that the CEO is giving a presentation on Monday December 14th at a conference to investors and analysts as to why MTLO is a compelling story yet he does not walk the talk and does not own any shares. Is that a fair question?

Read Answer Asked by James on December 14, 2020