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Q: Have held KXS for several years.. I’m wanting to replace it with better growth…already hold CSU, TOI, LMN, SHOP, DSG, GSY, WSP…
Read Answer Asked by Ron on February 21, 2024
Q: I am considering starting new positions or adding to existing positions in a number of these companies. In What order would you purchase these companies, from first to last? Is there any of these companies you would not currently buy? Looking at 3 to 5 year timeline..

Apologies for number of companies!! Please deduct appropriately.


Read Answer Asked by Timothy on February 14, 2024
Q: Hi Team,
I was debating if it was time to trim some NVDA after the big gains the stock has had over the past while. Do you have any quality growth names that would you suggest buying with the funds if I do decide to trim at this point? From my end I was thinking of HPS.A...would this be advisable? Or perhaps ISRG. Your opinion would be greatly appreciated.

Read Answer Asked by Shane on February 12, 2024
Q: 5i has given our family some very good investment ideas. Among the good ones that have benefitted our accounts lately are LMN and HPS.A. Thank you for these. Using your crystal ball what would be your best suggestion for a couple of other similar stocks that might replicate these growth stories over the next year. Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Terry on January 12, 2024
Q: Overall, I prefer small and mid-cap Canadian stocks for growth and accept the risk that goes with this. Currently, I do not have anything in the tech space and would appreciate if you would suggest a few names.

Thank you,
Read Answer Asked by John on January 09, 2024
Q: I miss the days of seeing 5i on BNN as I always felt that there was a lot of great information provided. That being said, if you were to be on the program today (January 5), I’m wondering what your top 3 picks would be and why?

Thank you again for the fantastic service and Happy New Year to everyone at 5i
Read Answer Asked by Mike on January 08, 2024
Q: Hi Team,
Once again the hopeful small cap Jan bounce has done the opposite so far with essentially all growth being sold off. It’s amazing how a new year is here and it’s like a light switch where the narrative turns to everyone selling to lock in profits. This confuses me some as I thought year end Dec would be the time to lock in gains? What’s your take on the selloff and when’s your best estimate of when would be a good time to buy the dip? Is there a history of how long a Jan selloff typically lasts? Also; is there any standout buys in the market you see today now as a result of the recent selloff ? Thanks ,

Read Answer Asked by Shane on January 04, 2024
Q: Peter & Team; what are good aggressive picks now for 21 yr old's new FHSA with a home purchase timeline in 5-6 years ? LMN ? NXE ? A combo ? Any other aggressive picks you like given the timeline ? What would be a 1 stock more conservative pick for the same account ? Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Paul on December 11, 2023
Q: I am considering adding to current positions in these companies. I know timing is impossible to predict but which of these companies would you be adding to now and which would you wait given that we are heading in to end of year selling<

Read Answer Asked by Timothy on December 08, 2023
Q: Looking at Canadian technology stocks. I'm going to assume you figure CSU and SHOP are the mainstays here, so I would like to know how you would rate the following 10 other Cdn technology stocks on a scale of 1-10, for a long term hold, with 10 being a stock you would absolutely want to have in a portfolio and 1 being something of no interest at all. CLS, CTS, DCBO, DSG, GIB.A, KXS, NVEI, OTEX, TCS, VHI. I have included very small company VHI because their recent Q3 looked quite good to me. Also, if there are 1 or 2 that look like very compelling buys at this time, could you indicate which ones please. Thanks.
Read Answer Asked by Dan on December 06, 2023
Q: Docebo Inc. hereby offers to purchase from shareholders up to 1,818,181 common shares of the Company at a price of USD$55.00 per Common Share, for an aggregate purchase price not exceeding USD$100,000,000, upon the terms and conditions set forth in this Offer to Purchase, the accompanying Issuer Bid Circular, the related Letter of Transmittal and the Notice of Guaranteed Delivery.
Do you have any comments or advice here.
Read Answer Asked by Shelley on November 30, 2023