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Q: Question, analysts -- this comes out of a little frustration. I trade on TD Waterhouse and today wasn't able to get this questioned answered by TD. Analyst Scott Buck of H.C. Wainwright has just changed his potential price for EGLX to $1.36. Prior he had this crazy speculative stock at a huge multiple. TD Waterhouse ranks him in the top of the class on todays main trading page for this pick. He as well has MOGO @ $10.86, while it trades at $1.88 Buck apparently has an average net return on his analysist picks of -10%. For an average investor, how the heck is Buck visible and relevant?!? Why would a company like TD give him a high rating & such great exposure?
Read Answer Asked by Bruce on April 04, 2024
Q: Hi Peter, Hi have listed my big loosers and will appreciate you opinion for clean up purpose. 1. Can go right away 2. There is some hope so hold on 3. add more
Read Answer Asked by S on December 20, 2023
Q: Hi 5i
What to do with this one?...Stock is now at 0.45 .....
I have read your previous answers regarding this question , that it is better to simply move on... is this advice still valid? Will it have to undergo a reverse split to stay listed?


On the same note, TD Web broker indicates this stock is followed by 6 analysts ....all rate it as a buy with avg PT of around $3.40..... How is this possible and could you please comment on how these targets could actually be justified from an analysts perspective....any speculation on how they arrive at these numbers? I find the ratings quite puzzling.

thx
Read Answer Asked by jim on September 21, 2023
Q: WELL ( even) , EIF (up), EGLX (ouch ), are my only TFSA holdings and are in equal amounts.

Would you give 3 of your best picks of Canadian small caps ( other than the above ) with reasons why. I can handle risk.
Thanks. Derek
Read Answer Asked by Derek on July 21, 2023
Q: Hi Peter/Ryan, I've been holding EGLX in my RRSP account since you added it to your portfolio. My average cost is 3.92 for 2000 shares so what could be a good strategy for shareholders. Would you hold and wait for the recovery or sell and buy it back after the month. Is there any one strategy better than the other, hoping of course and thinking there is a future for the company and you wanted to hold it for the long term. Thanks
Read Answer Asked by Nick on May 19, 2023
Q: Good morning,

In this group can you tell me which one to keep, to hold, to sell and add at this moment.

Thank you

Marty
Read Answer Asked by Martin on May 18, 2023
Q: Im significantly underwater on these stocks. Can you please advise which ones youd hold, and which ones youd sell? Can you please also give 5 growth stocks in Canada and 5 in the US that you are high on right now in place of the above?
Read Answer Asked by Eric on May 08, 2023
Q: So, we all make bad buys, some are real big, and we know them in our accounts, so for interest sake, what would you consider to be the 5 worst buys that have been made in the growth portfolio in the last 3 years.
Thanks again
Read Answer Asked by eugene on April 21, 2023
Q: Can you name your top 3 small cap growth Canadian stocks that, suddenly, are now looking very attractive and provide the main catalyst for recommending each. Also, name 3 growth stocks that were recommended as being attractive but no longer make the list and why.
Read Answer Asked on March 21, 2023
Q: Hi 5i Team - I plan to sell most of my Enthusiast Gaming and use the money for something with a better balance sheet and a decent prospect for growth. Do you have any suggestions for stocks that trade below $5.00 including any that might be under $1.00 which is where EGLX has been trading for some time now. Any sector or market cap is fine. Thanks you.
Read Answer Asked by Rob on March 20, 2023
Q: In my TFSA, these are the stocks I would "like" to buy (CDR, NEO), probably in the order I have listed them, unless you have a suggestion: GOOG, NVDA, MSFT, AMZN, AAPL. But I will need to sell some positions to raise the cash to do so. These are my options to sell, probably in the order I have listed them, unless you have suggestions: EGLX, LSPD, TOI, NVEI, ATS. The goal is growth over a very long period (TFSA will go to my children). I am open to eliminating any from the buy list in order to keep any from the sell list. I just don't know how to compare the American names to the Canadian names. Thank you: I realize this may not be an easy question to answer, but it will help me a great deal.
Read Answer Asked by Gordon on February 17, 2023