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Q: I sent you a question(s) on CFX this morning. Since then I have been educating myself a little bit more about the company. There seems to be very little analyst or "expert" interest in this stock (stockchase shows no one talking about CFX for a number of years). I also found out that it has VERY light trading. Is that because the parent company Canfor Forest Products holds the majority of the shares? Since it trades lightly I know the professional money will say that the stock has no liquidity. But I am a retail guy that would start with a 1000 shares and may get up to 5000 shares max. Should I be that concerned about liquidity? If I leg into this stock I will promise myself not to think of it has a quick source of cash if the mark has a systemic leg down. B thyat tI mean if the market has a rough patch I will be willing to wait to sell cfx and instead sell something else if I think I need cash? Good strategy? I still have not bought since this stock has a lot of negatives and little shareholder following but it seems to be like a possible turn around stock especially if Chinese pulp demand grows because of a reopening of their economy. Also the only financials I can find on this company are together on a webpage with Canfor Frorest Products which makes in confusing to read. Do you get your info from your Bloomberg Terminal and if so is there aa cleaner way for a retail guy like me to read CFX quarterlies?

Read Answer Asked by Paul on February 01, 2023

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