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Q: I am interested in stocks in the material sector, both US and Canada. Any ideas and suggestions?

Read Answer Asked by Joanne on June 03, 2022

Q: Eastman just had their earnings a few days ago. What do you think of the stock? Are there better opportunities in the sector, CDN or US? I have a small position in my RRSP, and was thinking of adding to it.

Thank you for all you do.

Read Answer Asked by Ed on May 04, 2022

Q: Hi - it's been a while since I've seen comments on SHW so wanted to know your current thoughts as it approaches its earnings release in a couple of weeks. Does it seem to be a bit pricey based on it's historical valuations? Do you have any concerns about this qtr and their possible upcoming commentary? Is it a price taker or setter. Bottom line...any concerns in near term and especially since market seems to be in mode for beating down high multiple stocks. Thanks as always

Read Answer Asked by Douglas on January 17, 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: Hi, Can you name a few companies say 3 Us and 3 canadian companies who have been prolific in creating value for their shareholders either by buying back shares/not increasing their share count while growing consistently. A small dividend if applicable but leaning more towards growth in earnings. Preferably with some sort of monopoly or advantage in their field. Thank you.

Shyam

Read Answer Asked by Shyam on February 19, 2020

Q: Hello Peter and the 5I team

I am using SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO as an example. I like to use ROE as one of the main numbers I look at before I buy a stock, is there a point when a high ROE is a concern. SHW has a ROE of 145 ( according to my RBC banking brokerage info) is this too high? At what level do red flags come up and what causes extremely high ROE. What statistics do you look at and could you rank them for their importance in your check list.

Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Darren on June 23, 2016