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Q: Dear 5i
I want to buy one of these four stocks listed for each of our TFSA`s .
Assuming an otherwise balanced TFSA which of these stocks would you choose for each ?
Thanks
Bill C

Read Answer Asked by Bill on March 03, 2022

Q: Hello and thank you for reading I would like to know if you have a handful of Canadian stocks that interest you - say under $25.00, and that you would be prepared to share with us.

Have a great week. Take care

Read Answer Asked by Marla on March 02, 2022

Q: What order would you add these stocks to the tech part of a portfolio at the current time?

Read Answer Asked by Gary on February 25, 2022

Q: Hi Peter and Ryan,

With interest rates going up next month would like to know your thoughts on the short term effect this will have on the above tech companies, will there be a discount after the rates rise.

As always
Thank you
Anthony

Read Answer Asked by Anthony on February 17, 2022

Q: In regards to an earlier answer, which stock(s) do you believe is a better alternative than SIS? Same sector or otherwise? Risk is not an issue.

Thanks for your service.

Read Answer Asked by Ozzie on February 10, 2022

Q: My TFSA holdings are AC, ( even), EGLX ( up), and WELL ( down) in roughly equal amounts , and wish to add another stock having the same weighting. I am looking at the 3 stocks highlighted. My TFSA obviously leans toward riskier growth / special circumstances stocks. I am looking at the three stocks listed above but would consider any of those listed in your growth portfolio. Would you buy any of these three or what other from your portfolio ? Thanks. Derek

Read Answer Asked by Derek on February 10, 2022

Q: With interest rates rising, companies with heavy debt loads may suffer somewhat.
Can you please offer 5-10 top picks with large cash balances and low debt w/best bets in each Cda and US? also which big cap sectors would you stay away from due to large debt holdings? many thanks...

Read Answer Asked by adam on January 28, 2022

Q: Hi Peter and Team
Although a lot of down positions in my RRIF, I would like your opinion on whether to continue to hold XBC and Acuity Ads; both down so much that they make up less than 1% of the portfolio.
Would you hold on, or switch to a couple of your recent suggestions, ANRG and CTS (that have aslo dipped since your December reports.
Don't worry about tax loss and the RIFF is long term growth.
Cheers, Peter

Read Answer Asked by Linda on January 27, 2022

Q: At today's prices what would your favourite 5, profitable and growing small/mid cap stocks be and 5 profitable and growing large caps be?

Thanks again for your calm, rational reassurances that this is not the first time (nor the last) that the market has taken an ugly turn down ........ and that each and EVERY time it eventually recovers to reach new highs. Its easy to make money when everything is going up, the key is to minimize what you lose (most often by doing nothing) when everything is going down.

Thanks for the wisdom

Scott

Read Answer Asked by Scott on January 24, 2022

Q: I get that there is money moving out of growth (tech) and into other areas of the market. However, all the mentioned names here have CAGR of > 25% amongst other great fundamentals (free cash flow, equity,...). So long as fundamentals don't change, I can't see any reason to sell - only to add to these names on this opportunity. So long as business grows (and >25% is huge!) all these should be winners in the long term, no?

I've experienced significant whiplash with most of these stocks but am optimistic that with a longer timeline I should be okay.

I'm hoping for two things in your response:
1. Giving me comfort that my thinking is correct and if I hold on I should be okay, and;
2. Of the list, the one stock you would add to today.

Thx for the comfort,

Cam.

Read Answer Asked by Cameron on January 18, 2022

Q: Dear Peter et al:
You have built a stellar reputation by choosing some very fine winners. SHOP/LSPD/PBH/KXS and others which have gone to become multi baggers to use Peter Lynch's phrase!

From your new picks, your holdings in Growth portfolio and from your watch list which do you think are your next multi baggers? Can you gaze into your crystal ball and share your insights? I won't hold you to your predictions!! :) You may speak freely!! Once upon a time articles used to appear in financial magazines titled, "Next Microsoft is here"!! :)

I am asking this Question specifically to buy with new monies for TFSA/cash in RRSPs and some in non registered accounts. If not stocks , ETFs would be fine too.
Many thanks in advance.
Mano.

Read Answer Asked by Savalai on January 12, 2022

Q: I was planning on growing my position in these companies during 2022 in my TFSA account. Is there any of these companies you wouldn't invest in or replace for an other company (please indicate witch company you would replace it by).

Also can you say in what order you would rank these companies from highest to lowest, highest being you favourite and lowest least favourite?

Read Answer Asked by Rick on January 07, 2022

Q: Advantage Oil & Gas Ltd AAV-T
Ag Growth International Inc AFN-T
AGF Management Ltd Cl B NV AGF-B-T
Algonquin Power and Utilities Corp AQN-T
Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc ATD-T
Arc Resources Ltd ARX-T
Aya Gold and Silver Inc AYA-T
Boralex Inc BLX-T
Bsr Real Estate Investment Trust HOM-U-T
CGI Group Inc Cl A Sv GIB-A-T
Converge Technology Solutions Corp CTS-T
Dollarama Inc DOL-T
Dream Industrial REIT DIR-UN-T
Goeasy Ltd GSY-T
Heroux-Devtek HRX-T
High Tide Inc HITI-X
Interrent Real Estate Investment Trust IIP-UN-T
K92 Mining Inc KNT-T
Northland Power Inc NPI-T
Quisitive Technology Solutions Inc QUIS-X
Rubicon Organics Inc ROMJ-X
Skeena Resources Ltd SKE-T
Telus Corp T-T
Tfi International Inc TFII-T
Toronto-Dominion Bank TD-T

Of the above stocks which 5 are likely to have the best performance potential for 2022

Read Answer Asked by Barrie on December 23, 2021