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Q: I'm looking to reduce the overall amount of positions. Of my tech names which would you suggest selling?

From what I can gather you prefer NVDA to AMD and would suggest one of either SHOP or LSPD. Is this accurate? Other suggestions or ideas to pair down?

Thank you very much

Read Answer Asked by Stefan on April 28, 2021

Q: How would you rank the above 3 stocks for growth? CTS is much smaller but valuation appears to be better than the other 2 - can you please comment? Is debt a concern with any of these stocks? NVEI seems to be about the same size as LSPD - do you feel it is currently over-valued like LSPD? I recall 5i recently decreased the rating on LSPD from B+ to B.
Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Grant on April 14, 2021

Q: For a stock price to double in 5 years requires an average gain of about 15% compounded, annually. Would you please rank these 12 stocks in order for the likelihood, in your opinion, they will double in price in the next 5 years. Roughly how many of these 12 would you expect to achieve that target? Assuming no major long term market melt down which would preclude good stock performance over this period. CTS, DCBO, DND, DOO, ECN, GOOS, GSY, KXS, MG, NVEI, PHO, TIXT.

Read Answer Asked by Dan on April 07, 2021

Q: hi, are you still comfortable with these 2 for longer term holds? also, what are your thoughts on Docebo as a buy at these prices?? and while I am on a question asking roll, what about Palantir??

Read Answer Asked by chris on April 01, 2021

Q: In a broadly diversified portfolio, for a risk tolerant investor, how would you rate these stocks on a 1 - 10 scale, with a "10" meaning for sure you want this stock in your portfolio, and a "1" being you absolutely do not want this stock in your portfolio. Long term time horizon, looking for growth. AT, CTS, DCBO, DOC, DND, NVEI, TIXT, WELL, WISH.

Read Answer Asked by Dan on March 11, 2021

Q: Good morning,

I have a basket of tech stocks that I am looking to add a few names too. Those already held include CSU, KXS, LSPD, ENGH, CTS, DND, and REAL. What stocks of the ones listed would you add to today for long-term hold? Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Jeff on February 25, 2021

Q: I am looking for high growth ideas from small caps. From this list, what would be your TOP 3 Picks?

Thanks Valter

Read Answer Asked by Valter on February 16, 2021

Q: There are a lot of small to medium sized Canadian technology companies, some of them fairly new to the stock market, that have seen very good stock price appreciation in the last year or two. Many/most of these companies are not profitable, and obviously this is a fairly speculative segment of the market. Today, I heard Darren Sissons talking about JDS Uniphase which went from $2 to $1,000 and back to $2 in the tech bubble 21 years ago. I'm wondering about how many of these small to medium sized Canadian tech companies might suffer a similar fate, and how many will succeed. Of the following list of stocks, what would be your estimate for the % of them that will succeed 5 - 10 years down the road at becoming long term successful businesses, with strong profits and a substantially higher stock price than now, and what % will fall by the wayside, failing to become good profitable businesses, and seeing their stock price drop off substantially. There are no doubt others that could be included in this list, but these are the ones I have picked out. Not asking which ones will succeed, just trying to get an idea of general potential for success/failure for this type of company/stock. ADCO, AT, CTS, DCBO, DND, KSI, LSPD, MVP, NVEI, PHO, QUIS, STC, WISH.

Read Answer Asked by Dan on January 31, 2021

Q: Hello 5i,
The above stocks have all pulled back between 13-22% recently.
What order, if at all, would you be adding to the positions?
Thank you

Read Answer Asked by Dave on January 28, 2021

Q: First of all, thanks for the service you provide. I have found it extremely useful since becoming a member. Second, I apologize for the number of stocks covered in the question. If it is too many, please do not respond / post.
Within the last 12 months, I have purchased the above stocks strictly for growth or as momentum plays.
I would like to know which ones you would sell, either because their momentum has likely peaked, or because their share price growth prospects are poor. Please deduct as many credits as required. Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Charles on January 25, 2021