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Q: Looking for an investment other than BKNG to take advantage of the resurgence in travel. I donít like airline stocks. I know in the past you were favourable on WYNN. Would you recommend that or something else?

Read Answer Asked by Bryan on September 14, 2023

Q: What are your top 4-5 picks (stocks or ETFs) for an RRSP with a 15-20 year horizon?

Thanks,

Read Answer Asked by Cam on August 27, 2023

Q: Hi,

What is your perspective on the travel industry, and what are your recommendations on stocks or ETF US or Canadian or international for 5-10 hold?

Best,
Matt

Read Answer Asked by Matt on June 05, 2023

Q: I AM TECH HEAVY AND WANT TO REBALANCE MY PORTFOLIO. WOULD YOU PLEASE SUGGEST TWO CANADIAN AND TWO US STOCKS IN EACH OF THE FOLLOWING SECTORS. CONSUMER DISCRETIONARY, CONSUMER STAPLES, MATERIALS AND COMMUNICATIONS. I HAVE BEEN A MEMBER SINCE DAY ONE OF 5I AND RATE YOU THE BEST OF THE SIX NEWSLETTERS I SUBSCRIBE TOO. THANKS FOR THE GREAT WORK AND TAKE AS MANY CREDITS AS NEEDED.

Read Answer Asked by Ross on February 21, 2023

Q: What would be your top 5 Consumer Discretionary names in Canada and the US?

Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Dave on February 21, 2023

Q: I am 100% equity in Canada and mostly ETFs in USA....My plan is to stay that way but I am thinking to try and beat the average in the USA by adding a few individual USA stocks. Can you suggest a few NON-MAMAA stocks that you would consider as good to outperform the broad market in the USA. I have a very diversified and balanced portfolio so have no restrictions in terms of asset class. Not looking for a hot growth stock, but more of a buy and almost forget return booster for my USA investments.

Read Answer Asked by Tom on February 17, 2023

Q: I recently heard a podcast which said that buybacks generally benefit insiders and were actually illegal prior to the Clinton administration. I do notice myself that the stock price does not seem to rise much on the announcement of big buybacks and that companies seem to do it when the price is higher rather than times like these when it would seem most worthwhile.

What is your take on this?

Read Answer Asked by Kevin on January 27, 2023

Q: Travelling this summer I have noticed the hotels are full and very expensive.
What companies or ETFs would you reccomend in what has to be a large increase in revenue.
Thanks Terry

Read Answer Asked by Terry on September 13, 2022

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