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Q: I currently own these companies. I have some US cash to add to my TFSA and would like your recommendation on 5 additional best of breed companies. Or would you increase number of shares in the companies I already own.

Thanks, Donna

Read Answer Asked by Donna on September 16, 2021

Q: I have some new funds to add 2 positions. I wish to do so in some USA companies. Even though the US is not your primary focus here, and you are not aware of the make up of my portfolio, can you pls provide your view on which 2 of these 4 names you would consider best and why? Looking for a long term hold, with dividends being less important. Thank you for your very excellent service.

Read Answer Asked by Leonard on September 10, 2021

Q: Hello, a great service and learning lots from the Q&A. I have a small Canadian portfolio with MG, OTEX, CNQ, BIP.UN and MFC. And also DIS from US side. I am looking to charge it up with some growth performers over the next 5 years. How do these holdings rate and any suggestions on additions? Would you replace any of these?

Thanks for the feedback. Have a great day.

Read Answer Asked by Aly on August 09, 2021

Q: 1. I am currently holding BKNG and wonder if either NKE or SBUX would be a better position for a retired somewhat conservative investor?
2. What are your views comparing ROKU and DIS?
Thanks for your help.

Read Answer Asked by Lyle on August 05, 2021

Q: After its earnings release, would you consider NFLX is now close to the status of a mature enterprise? Still worthy of above-average multiples , but with a P/E that could be justifiable around 25, and likely not today’s sky-high multiples.

1. What is your thinking on this, after last night’s results? Would you be of the mind that NFLX share price will from now rise very modestly ,or even remain flattish, over the next 3 to 5 years?
2. At the time of sending this question, I don’t yet see any updates of analyst ratings but perhaps they will be available at time of your answer. Post latest results what do you see as PEG, forward P/E and, if available, growth/contraction in global revenues?
3. Do you think today’s sell off in NFLX is an opportunity to add? Would you top up on a half position, or liquidate?

Your opinions have always been valuable and most helpful. Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Adam on July 22, 2021

Q: I own MDT and ABBV in the Health Care Field. I am thinking of selling MDT and buying DIS. I know these are in completely different sectors but was wondering if there would be more growth in DIS going forward?
Thanks for all your professional advice.

Dave.

Read Answer Asked by David on July 15, 2021

Q: Hi Guys....great service. Looking for an undervalued stock that you think could have a big rebound in the next 6 months to 1 year...do you have a few on your radar?(US or Canada)….thinking of something at least mid-cap....thx

Read Answer Asked by dan on July 13, 2021

Q: Hi, looking to high grade my portfolio and swap QSR for MED. Small gain currently with QSR. Can you compare the two fundamentally and do you see MED having higher growth potential? Which would you rather own?

Can you rank these for long term growth? BYD, QSR, DOL, DIS, SBUX, MG, ATZ

Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Keith on June 25, 2021

Q: Hi guys, thanks for the excellent service. Generally TFSA is the place for high growth but my highest growth has been in my RRSP. Is there any compelling reason I should sell anything in RRSP and rebuy in TFSA (e.g., NVDA)? I realize I will be taxed on RRSP withdrawals while TFSA withdrawals are tax-free - but - my RRSP has a lot more cash than my TFSA so there isn't room to move all my growthy stuff over. Because of the relative size of RRSP to TFSA, if I were to do equal weighting of all stocks, I'd only have 4 different stocks in my TFSA, which perhaps is fine? Are there any obvious adjustments that you would make to the following:

RRSP:
XQQ 13.68%
VXC 12.03%
NVDA 7.64%
AAPL 6.70%
JPM 4.73%
BNS 4.52%
GOOG 4.32%
ENB 4.13%
MSFT 3.98%
AMZN 3.86%
RTX 3.51%
COST 3.42%
PG 3.11%
DIS 2.82%
CASH 1.32%

TFSA:
GSY 5.28%
CRWD 3.31%
VEEV 2.50%
ROKU 2.44%
SHOP 2.26%
WELL 0.85%
XBC 1.08%

RESP:
LSPD 0.79%
BYD 0.76%

NON-REG:
SLF 0.51%
T 0.42%

thanks,

Read Answer Asked by Mark on June 23, 2021

Q: Hi group can you suggest 3 Cad + 3 US must own stocks that will excel when /if recovery takes hold.
Second question is CN attractive at this time (buy sell hold and why- thanks for your thoughts

Read Answer Asked by Terence on June 01, 2021

Q: I am planning to purchase equal amounts ($) of the above. Do you consider these companies do be reasonably safe investments over a 3-5 year period?
Would you suggest a replacement or deletion for any of these companies? I am over 80 and am hoping to have a reasonable return from this investment.
And hopefully I will still be around to spend the gains.

Read Answer Asked by ed on May 25, 2021

Q: Am I missing any major sectors with these stock investments?
Where should I focus if I would like to ensure a diverse portfolio?
Are there any stocks that I should dump?

Read Answer Asked by grace on April 27, 2021

Q: Hi 5i
In the content space would you expect Disney or Netflix to outperform the other ? I'm leaning towards DIS for the content + 'everything else' that DIS has to offer - or has it recovered sufficiently and should I reign in my expectations ?
Expecting a 2-4 year hold, longer if all goes well.

Thanks
Mike

Read Answer Asked by mike on April 07, 2021

Q: Current market volatility has me seeking companies that have 'wide moats' making them somewhat less susceptible to market noise. I would appreciate it if you would suggest the names of some American companies that you would consider to be 'wide moat' types of companies. If there are some that currently provide value this would be a bonus.

Read Answer Asked by Les on April 01, 2021