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Q: Please rank these for a 3 year hold. I'm down in all of them, except AAPL, ISRG & TSLA

Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Austin on June 30, 2022

Q: The above names are the laggards in my US TFSA (I hold TIXT via NYSE).

Would you recommend holding them or are there any that you would suggest replacing with something else?

Read Answer Asked by Patrick on April 06, 2022

Q: The above companies have all fallen below 1.5% of my portfolio and I am looking to do some cleaning up. Could I get an add/sell/hold recommendation on them please?
Thank you

Read Answer Asked by Neil on March 29, 2022

Q: Good Morning Peter & Team.

I have two questions. Please charge me accordingly. Both have to do with ramifications from increasing cost of OIL.

1. Do you think the ever increasing price of gasoline is going to push more people towards EV and if so, what would be your recommended play to take advantage of this?

2. Commodities especially those coming from mining, and especially those used in the EV industry, appear to be on the rise. What recommendations would you make for us to take advantage of this trend? Right now I have RIO & DML on my radar.

Thanks for all you do

gm

Read Answer Asked by Gord on March 04, 2022

Q: Hello 5I,
Could you list from more appealing to least appealing? And then at what price you would buy.
Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Tyler on March 02, 2022

Q: The three large auto companies mentioned are currently trading at 'low' trailing P/E (6.9 to 9.8) and forward P/E (5.7 to 8.5) multiples according to the Globe & Mail Investor service. Why would they be trading at, what on the surface, appears to be such 'attractive' levels?
Thank you. Edward

Read Answer Asked by Edward on February 23, 2022

Q: Looking to the future and the EV space. I know GM and F are making big inroad’s and have the scale. However, what about TM as an alternative play. It has a decent divd and has had a long lead time in EV’S relative to NA players…and arguably a more reliable product.
Looking at this as a long term US divd play

Read Answer Asked by Harry on January 19, 2022

Q: I have always been hesitant to invest in the auto industry for various reasons but I am thinking with all the shortages of new cars which will continue for quite some time that perhaps now might be a good time to invest. Would you agree with this line of thinking and would it be better to invest in the car manufacturers or the parts makers like Magna?

Read Answer Asked by Ronald on January 15, 2022

Q: Given policies recently introduced in many countries (US, Europe, Japan, etc.) aimed at encouraging legacy car manufacturers to switch to making battery electric vehicles and given that many of these manufacturers have since announced commitments to doing just that, setting aside Tesla, which of the major car makers do you see as having the best potential to profitably achieving these goals? I'm more interested in identifying the best among the big players: Ford, GM, Toyota, BMW, etc.

Read Answer Asked by Robert on December 14, 2021

Q: I want to consider buying a small group of stocks (5-10) that would capture the future growth (my assumption) of electric vehicles. These could be vehicle manufacturers, companies supplying key input/parts or other beneficiaries of EV growth. Do you have suggestions?

Read Answer Asked by JAMES on November 16, 2021

Q: Peter and His Wonder Team
I know I am way behind but I have just been reading about how autonomous-EV are going to be a hugh disrupter...I guess it is called TaaS. Does your Growth Portfolio have any exposer to this phenomena? If not do you have any suggestion of stocks that still have reasonable upside with this innovation. Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Ernest on November 16, 2021

Q: Hi,

Despite chip shortages, I'm considering taking my first position in a vehicle manufacturer. I'm specifically interested first in LCID and second in F. While I expect F to have some very experienced managers/executives/board members, what can you tell me of the people directing LCID? Lots of previous experience and are they up for the task?

C.

Read Answer Asked by Cameron on October 29, 2021