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Q: How would you rank the named companies for inclusion in a balanced portfolio today? Would the rankings shift for a growth portfolio?
Read Answer Asked by Andrew on February 26, 2024
Q: Are there alternatives to MITK and BKNG that you feel would be better to have in a portfolio today?
Read Answer Asked by Andrew on February 26, 2024
Q: A recent comment of "But we do prefer higher-growth companies" than LNTH, which companies would you be referring to?

Thanks for your service!
Read Answer Asked by Ozzie on February 26, 2024
Q: Hi Peter and 5iresearch team:
In your answer to Gerry's question on Feb 16, you mentioned that CSU and ATB have been the best Canadian compounders over the last ten years. You added DOL, BYD, TFII, BN, CLL.B, TRI based on historical performance and you are expecting LMN.V, TVK, HPS.A, TOI, GSY to be potential Canadian compounders in the future.

1. Would YOU still invest in CSU, ATB, DOL, BYD, TFII, BN, CLL.B, TRI with the same conviction and weighting?
2. Could you please provide a similar answer but for the US market? Please provide 10 or so best US compounders based on historical performance that YOU think investors should keep investing in and 5 or so US companies that YOU would buy as potential US compounders in the future.

Thank you for the great service.
Read Answer Asked by Ahmed on February 21, 2024
Q: I'd like to increase investments in industrial, consumer discretion and consumer staples and also increase U.S. holdings.
I'm considering Amazon and COST for consumer names - are there other U.S. names you would recommend in these sectors and please suggest a U.S. industrial as well.
Read Answer Asked by Valerie on February 16, 2024
Q: I've been looking at both of these companies but can only add one. BLDR seems to have a better performance looking backwards but you seem to like AXON better looking forwards. Can you tell me which one you like better and why, thanks.
Read Answer Asked by Cheryl on February 15, 2024
Q: Iím currently a momentum/swing trader, but running out of names to hop on with everything up. Can you provide 5 US growth names that you might enter based on their current momentum? Either a bounce or continued rise in the next month?

Read Answer Asked by Michael on February 08, 2024
Q: Hi,
Would you add to these names currently for a long term hold? Especially CRWD, AXON, CPRT, and BKNG, near or breaking out to new highs. Considering their valuations, growth, etc.. what order would you add and how much conviction (1-10) do you have for each name? Thanks!
Read Answer Asked by Keith on February 07, 2024
Q: I hold ROP HEI WSP ATS TFII AXON VRT in the industrial sector. 5i has also recommended TT TDG RTX and URI. I would like to sort out which could be sold [in whole or in part] and which could be added to. For a long-term hold, which could go and which would you advise to be the core for this sector.
Thanks
Read Answer Asked by sam on February 02, 2024
Q: Hi, can you give me your 5 best US growth stocks ideas, ranked 1 to 5 (one being best), with a high degree of safety yet good growth to hold and not touch for 3-5 years? Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Harry on January 31, 2024
Q: Hi,

These are some names that I hold that are smaller weights in my portfolio (<2%) and I would like to add to my positions. From comments, I think all of them are solid going forward and some have run hard, such as HPS.A, TVK, CRWD...The thing I've struggled with before is adding to names at the wrong time after they've had a good run and then the market turns and your gains turn into losses. How do you approach these situations and when do you decide to add to a starter position.

Would you be comfortable adding to any of these names at the current prices and can you rank which ones you would add to first?

With the market at record levels, I'm a bit more gun shy of doing so but I think on any market pullback, I would add to any of these names. Would you agree?

I remember a question you answered recently about increasing the avg. cost base vs the % of the position when adding. So for example, I bought HPS.A at $50 and now its $93 for a nice gain, however it's only 1.5% of my portfolio now. So if you are comfortable with a 3% position, do I just add now to get to that 3% even with the run that its had? Or wait for a nice pullback, which of course is impossible to predict. I try not to anchor prices and of course the buyers today are forward looking and expect good things to continue. How do you approach this? Thanks!
Read Answer Asked by Keith on January 24, 2024
Q: Dear 5i
Which of the above listed stocks would you place in an RRSP and which in a TFSA and in what order of preference ?
Thanks
Bill C
Read Answer Asked by Bill on January 24, 2024
Q: I'm looking to invest some funds...

Question 1 :
- I own ARM,GOOG,MSFT,PLTR, CSU,COST, ATD
- 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...

Thanks,
M
Read Answer Asked by michael on January 23, 2024
Q: Hi team,

In your reply to Ric this morning, you provided an interesting list of Canadian agressive growth stocks.

Could you provide a list of aggressive US growth stocks ?

Gratefully,

Jacques IDS
Read Answer Asked by Jacques on January 15, 2024
Q: Would you be able to provide me with a list of 3 CDN and 3 US stocks that you expect to have a significantly better overall return in the next 12-36 months than BEP and a brief comment on each as to why?

Please deduct as many credits as required,

Thanks,

Terry
Read Answer Asked by Terry on January 15, 2024
Q: I have recently received $100,000 and as I have maxed out my TFSA, RRSP and RESP contributions for 2024 I will be depositing this into my cash/taxable account. I am looking for tax-efficient growth stocks. As capital gains are taxed lower I am looking for growth with no or low dividend.

Can you suggest 5 - 6 companies?

Thanks for your help,

Mike
Read Answer Asked by Michael on January 08, 2024