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Q: What do you suggest in Food , Fertilizer and
Material stocks? I am looking at"beefing" up in those three areas as a protection for the present high inflation.

Read Answer Asked by Jean on April 18, 2022

Q: Hi 5i,
Farmland is an asset class that seems to be drawing greater interest for diversification. Do you follow the sector and have an opinion on companies like Farmland Partners or Gladstone Land?

Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Greg on April 11, 2022

Q: It seems agriculture companies are doing well in the current and probably future environment. NTR looks good but has already moved up a lot. Appreciate your opinion on whether it is still wise to take a new position. Also, do you know of other companies that should benefit from the current dynamics. I'm open to Canadian or other ideas.

Read Answer Asked by Les on March 01, 2022

Q: Hi,
I sold my NTR back in Dec for some tax loss selling in margin account. I bought MOS as a proxy and its up 20% since then. Should I switch back to NTR now or keep holding MOS? Would have to report a gain on MOS now if I switched back. How does NTR and MOS compare now and what are the growth prospects going forward. Looking at historical performance, they move somewhat in tandem to each other. Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Keith on February 09, 2022

Q: I am light on materials. Please provide a recommendation for best 3 'materials' stocks in US and Canada at this time. What is a good materials ETF for reference. Thank you.

Read Answer Asked by Patrick on January 26, 2022

Q: Hi Peter,

In this downtrend market could you please give your three best stocks to buy for 3 to 5 years hold in each sector in canada and US as well ?
Thank you for your best advise on this platform.

KT

Read Answer Asked by kaushikbhai on December 10, 2021

Q: My portfolio analysis suggests I am underweight in Basic Materials, Consumer Cyclicals, Utilities and Healthcare. I have USD to invest as I am also underweight in the US. Could you give me your 2 best suggestions for overall return (not high-risk) in each of these sectors individually as well as a group. I would also like to know if there are Canadian companies more attractive than your US suggestions in the same sector. Thank you for your help over the years

Read Answer Asked by jacques on December 10, 2021

Q: Hello Folks:
With increasing inflation of grocery bills, do you have suggestions on how to play this situation. I am thinking an ETF representing a bundle of basic food items or individual companies providing inputs such as Agrium?
Thank you brian

Read Answer Asked by Brian on October 14, 2021

Q: How should one adapt their portfolio in the face of higher inflation risk that is often mentioned of late?

Do you have any thoughts on this risk?
General portfolio strategy? …ie more materials
Do you have any specific suggestions ie an ETF or a company?

Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Simon on October 05, 2021

Q: What are your top Canadian and US investment ideas foe times of rising inflation?

Read Answer Asked by Serei on October 04, 2021

Q: According to my portfolio analysis, I need to increase my US & international exposure. I am underweight in materials, real estate, communication services and utilities. Could you suggest 2-3 of your favourites US stocks for each of these 4 sectors? I greatly appreciate all the good advice I received from being a member of 5iResearch.

Read Answer Asked by jacques on July 16, 2021

Q: Could you suggest five Canadian and five American companies that would benefit from inflation. Could you also suggest five Canadian in five American companies that would benefit from higher interest-rate. Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Paul on June 10, 2021

Q: On CNBC on Friday Tom Lee disclosed these 20 as his "Epicentre Stock Portfolio" and opined that the bottom is in. He seems to be quite revered and apparently his calls have been more correct than not. Could you list your best seven from this list that you would buy today in order. Any other comment of course welcomed as well - Ken

Read Answer Asked by Ken on May 17, 2021