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Q: Noticed an interesting pop in solar stocks today. Any particular reason for this? Also, Iíve noticed that they have traded sideways for several months now. Would you rather trade or invest in this sector?

Read Answer Asked by Mike on June 29, 2021

Q: Not sure if my question was sent a moment ago so will repeat.
I tried to buy this recently at $47.00 but missed out as it rose quickly to $80.00 . Today it is back down almost to my desired price. What caused this equally rapid price reversal ? Would you buy today if it hits $47.00 again or pass?
Always appreciate your advice.
John

Read Answer Asked by JOHN on December 11, 2020

Q: Good morning 5i,
I am wondering if you think it is still reasonable to be selling covered calls and puts on tech stocks? Are the work from home stocks going to be declining because of the announcement of vacine? If you thing that is still a profitable avenue what stocks might you suggest these days for this strategy. Thanks for your help and all the best on your new venture.

Read Answer Asked by joseph on December 07, 2020

Q: Hello,
Renewable energy will be the in the high demand in future. So which stock you prefer to hold on US & Canda side for better growth.
Thx,

Read Answer Asked by Jigneshbhai on November 02, 2020

Q: Following the presidential debate it sounds like Biden has a fairly aggressive stance towards a switch to clean energy. Also, he seems intent on renewing spending on infrastructure. I already hold Algonquin and ICLN in the so called clean energy sector. Any others i should look at there? And what might profit from infrastructure spending, should Biden win.
Thanks

Read Answer Asked by joseph on October 23, 2020

Q: Hi,
This is just a comment on another question - it may be of interest to note JKS has a short float of more than 20%, which may lead to short covering as price rises. suspect it is getting a boost from the overall renewables theme, but short covering might be exaggerating things? Always enjoy perusing the Q&A section - thanks for all the insight!
Dawn

Read Answer Asked by Dawn on October 07, 2020