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Q: I acknowledge that timing a revenue growth inflection is a fraught undertaking. Could you suggest one or two stocks that you believe have the best opportunity and your thinking.
Read Answer Asked by sam on April 12, 2024
Q: I need to trim SMCI, NVDA and VRT. I have partial positions in AMZN, MSFT, AMD, LLY,GOOG, AXON, NXT, CELH, PLTR and NTNX. Could you please order the partial positions from high to low, for a potential add? What are your recommendations for 4 or 5 other growth stocks, any size/sector that I could investigate for a new position? Would any of the these growth stocks fit into the ranking of the partial positions? If so, could you place them into the ranking? Thanks very much for this service and the patience you show, in answering the many questions!
Read Answer Asked by Greg on April 08, 2024
Q: Can you please prioritize the top 10 up and coming AI stocks for future growth?
Read Answer Asked by John on March 26, 2024
Q: In a previous question I asked a few months ago,
- One of the questions I asked was :
- What Companies do you think was a screaming Buy... And You said SMCI...
- Good call!

- Now my Question is : Currently in this environment, What would you suggest is a Screaming Buy.. - In any Sector, Based on current stock price and valuation

Thanks in advance,
Read Answer Asked by michael on March 18, 2024
Q: Has the US high tech sector peaked in price yet, or would you recommend 4 stocks with lots of upside pls?
Read Answer Asked by Ron on March 13, 2024
Q: Can you suggest an AI
play at this stage. A little late to the game perhaps??
Read Answer Asked by Bill on March 13, 2024
Q: Hello 5i,

Thank you for taking time to answer so many questions on top stocks to own or purchase. We read through questions on ranking popular stocks but we were not able to formulate a priority list of CDN and US small cap stocks, especially with so many rising quickly in the last couple of months.

Based on current valuations, risk, growth potential, and management, in what order would you purchase the stocks below for a 2-5 year hold? If there are too many stocks, can you please list your top 10 or 12 in priority from the list?


Thank you

Read Answer Asked by Jerry on March 04, 2024
Q: Its likely this has been asked before but I couldn't find it... Besides the big guns NVDA, MSFT etc what smaller AI players providing the picks & shovels look good forward ? Which ones would make good targets for the big guys ? Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Paul on February 23, 2024
Q: These four companies are all AI-predominant companies, all are growing revenues at about 20% per year or so, have similar market caps, and are coming into profitability for the first time either last year or next.
My question is a difficult one: is there any way to tell what operating margins might eventually be for each of these companies say in 3-4 years? Do you know any way to get this projection? And how these may be ranked for eventual margins if so? Thanks.
Read Answer Asked by Michael on February 15, 2024
Q: What would you consider a good entry point for these companies?
Read Answer Asked by Gordon on February 14, 2024
Q: I am using PLTR as an example. When looking at “potential” growth in a company, I assume it is useful to look at “current” PE “future” PE (as one metric). From the G&M watchlist I get 304 and 156 respectively for PLTR. From a growth standpoint this may suggest a potential 2x share increase IF the company meets targets. Is this correct? For my benefit what is the PE definition shown under “PLTR Profile” on the 5i site as it gives a PE of 246?

Thanks for all you do!
Read Answer Asked by Dan on February 13, 2024
Q: I’m currently a momentum/swing trader, but running out of names to hop on with everything up. Can you provide 5 US growth names that you might enter based on their current momentum? Either a bounce or continued rise in the next month?

Read Answer Asked by Michael on February 08, 2024
Q: Palantir reported its 4Q on Monday, Feb 5. Stock popped 30% on Tuesday. First profitable year, worldwide commercial revenue grew by 32% year over year more than government revenue which grew by 11% year over year, increased its revenue guidance for 2024, AI platform "continues to be unrelenting" as reported by CEO. Short interest % is low. P/E = 232, P/S = 17. Expensive and volatile stock since its IPO. What is your take on Palantir quarter? Is the 30% increase in stock price over-exuberant? What is the maximum percentage you would hold Palantir in your portfolio?
Read Answer Asked by Karen on February 07, 2024