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Q: Hi team,

Which of Netflix and all in the Magnificent Seven do you forecast to have the best growth this year and in which order ?
Would you at the same time risk to forecast the % of growth ?


Jacques IDS
Read Answer Asked by Jacques on February 22, 2024
Q: Everyone, for more than 30 years I have used ‘good’ debt to buy good assets, such as my house and stocks. My maximum debt to equity ratio is 50%. My thought was if the asset depreciated by 50 % I would still be even. Additionally, I only buy top quality assets such as AAPL, AMZN, etc. Also I buy assets to hold forever. For a retail investor what range would you suggest as a debt to equity. Clayton
Read Answer Asked by Clayton on February 21, 2024
Q: I own 3 of the big 7, Apple, Amazon and Nvda and manage the positions for weighting. I would like to own Microsoft and/or Google. Please suggest if you think it's necessary to expand to one or both of these, and if better to have a half position in both, or full position in one or both considering the other holdings. Thanks!
Read Answer Asked by Kim on February 21, 2024
Q: Dear Peter,

This is a very light hearted "question"!

Enjoyed watching your Stock market stories!

SMCI hit 1000 $ yesterday! I was at home watching Chris interviewing Peter!

Where was Peter when AAPL/MSFT/TSLA and others hit (split adjusted) 1000 $
More importantly where are you planning to be when NVDA hits 1000 $

There is an article begging to be written about 1000$ stocks and their history!!

Happy Family Day!
Read Answer Asked by Savalai on February 16, 2024
Q: The dividend announcement seems to be well received. Can you comment on the implications of this if one plans to hold for the next 10+ years? Are there companies that you can use to parallel the potential future returns? Is Apple, Visa or MasterCard good proxy? Meta is likely to be aggressive in dividend increases.
Read Answer Asked by Sal on February 12, 2024
Q: HI 5I,
A couple of questions, if I might. Please deduct accordingly.
First, regarding CDRs in general - in looking at the listed companies I note that the price of the CDR compared to the US share price for each company varies considerably. E.g.: For NVDA the CDR price is approximately 9.5% of the US price, for AAPL the CDR is approx. 14.9% of the US price, GOOG CDR is approx 17% of the US version, MSFT CDR comes in at about 7.40% of the US price, and the COST CDR is only about 4.7% of the US price.
Is this variance something that a purchaser of CDRs needs to bear in mind in any way or for any reason, or is it meaningless with regard to returns, and how does the significant variation between companies come about in the first place?
And secondly, could you rank the listed companies for total return over a one year period, accompanied by whatever commentary you choose to offer as to why you've ranked them as you have?
Thanks 5i,
Read Answer Asked by Peter on February 05, 2024
Q: Hi, I would like to invest in AI (Artificial Intelligent)
I own: . AAPL.3%, ADBE. 3%, MSFT.3%, NVDA. 3%.
Do you have other stocks to suggest to me or add 2% to the four I currently have.
Jean Guy
Read Answer Asked by Jean Guy on January 31, 2024
Q: Could you please give me the top 10 stocks with the highest ROCE 5 year average (Return on Capital Employed) on the TSX and the S&P? So, that would be 20 stocks in total. Thank you very much.
Read Answer Asked by Toge on January 30, 2024
Q: hi,
thank you for, and this question is in reference to, the answer to the "baby Mag 7" question a few days ago by "JR". are you able to do a short analysis of these 7, compared to the "adult" Mag 7 in regards current and future valuation, growth, debt/equity metrics. further, do you have any guess on the timeline of googl/meta etc.'s development/utilization of their own AI chips in house?
take as many points off as needed, this question seems like a bad homework assignment to me!
thanks Chris
Read Answer Asked by chris on January 30, 2024
Q: Please rank the magnificent seven from best anticipated performance first to least in the next 5-10 years.
Read Answer Asked by David on January 26, 2024
Q: HERE is the DEAL, My wife and i are going to live off grid for 3 years, no internet, no phone, no visitors, oh YEAH, the dogs want to come, we grow are food, hunt and fish, we have a 1 million to invest, we own no other stocks. So could you rate the following stocks for safety and % rating.


13 stocks are LUCKY #,
We will prepay for our 5i sub. so we can look back. and not have worry again if a stock goes down 1% in a day.


Thanks Again
Read Answer Asked by eugene on January 26, 2024
Q: I'm looking to invest some funds...

Question 1 :
- Should I Add to my current positions ?
- Which ones?

Question2 :
- What companies should I add to my portfolio?
- Screaming Buy And/Or Must Have in my portfolio ??
- Rank 1 Screaming Buy...then...

Read Answer Asked by michael on January 23, 2024
Q: Everyone, I have been a member of 5i for many years and read many questions on ‘what is a good price to buy a stock’. Buy around the moving averages, 20, 50 or 200 day. Or buy in a price range ? Or buy before or after the quarterly report? Or… The stocks I buy are a forever holding, buy the best of the best. If the price is in a high RSI range or above the moving average range, I will split my buying in three or four pieces and over a three of four months. I don’t care if I miss the best buy price because in 10 years the price doesn’t matter! To me, buying the best of the best stock is more important than the price because I want to be a part owner in a company. FYI my average price of AAPL is less than $20, my average price of SHOP CDN is less than $4. My thoughts Clayton
Read Answer Asked by Clayton on January 19, 2024
Q: Peter,
what would be your list of baby Mag 7 that have high probability of solid growth and show possibility of becoming the new Mag member? Do you see AMD as a potential contender?
Read Answer Asked by JR on January 19, 2024