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Q: Hi thank you for all that you do.

I would appreciate your thoughts on a top ten list for growth plays in the US for an RRSP. (1 ETF) Time horizon is on my side as Iím a younger investor, and a dividend is not important.

Also, can you please provide a grade for each stock chosen? Ex A -E as shown in the Report section.

Would this list be any different in a TFSA? If so, why?

Thank you and please deduct points as necessary.

Nick

Read Answer Asked by Nick on December 01, 2021

Q: Tuesday you mentioned a few Canadian small and mid caps that you could start picking away (despite negative momentum). What US small and mid cap growth names are looking oversold after another tough day? Thanks as always for tremendous advice

Read Answer Asked by Brian on November 24, 2021

Q: Hello. A forced choice request. I have been tracking these 6 captionally noted US stocks for some time. At the moment I have capital to invest in three new positions. My interest is in growth, and I'm planning to hold for min 5 to max 10 years. Clearly, I'm an investor and not a trader. From this list, which 3 stocks would you anticipate might hold the best prospects for continued growth over that time span. Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Kryndryl on October 25, 2021

Q: Good morning!

I hold a 1/2 position in Magna. I do believe in this stock longterm. With the shortages and things appearing to be priced in. Is it time to top up to a full position?

On a separate question what are your highest conviction growth pics in TECH for the 4Q.
Preferably US but can spribkle some Canadian names as well.

Thank you for the amazing input and service. It's been immeasurable.

Read Answer Asked by Adam on October 22, 2021

Q: I've had success buying good out-of-favor companies, especially in tax-loss season. In 2020, I loaded up on rate resent preferreds at very low prices (so the effective interest payments were good even if interest rates stayed low). This gave me optionality in case rates ever climbed. I also bought TOU and CVE when oil prices were extremely low.
This is for 5% of my portfolio, and is patient money. Suggestions?

Read Answer Asked by John on October 13, 2021

Q: Thanks to rising oil prices, I have cashed out of an oil stock at the original price paid 5 years ago. I feel lucky to have done so as this is a sector I wish to avoid. This makes my TFSA ( small part of total portfolios and is my fun money ) 50 % cash.
Knowing that momentum is important to you, what are your thoughts on the momentum of the S&P 500 ? The growthy small caps seem to be out of favour at the moment. Do I wait until market sentiment has changed back or look at other larger growth stocks ? Your 3 suggestions for a risk oriented TFSA is appreciated. Derek

Read Answer Asked by Derek on October 06, 2021

Q: What would be your ranking of the above names today for a growth portfolio? Are there any you wouldn't currently view as a buy?

Thanks!

Read Answer Asked by Andrew on October 04, 2021

Q: I recently sold my shares in RDFN for a small loss as it has not be doing much. I have been looking for a new real estate position in my TFSA to replace RDFN. I have noticed more questions recently about EXPI. Can you describe why you like this company? Would it be one of your top picks in real estate US stocks? If not, what are your ranked top 5 in order? I see EXPI is down 13% today as of writing this question (no news that I can find) and wondering what you might see as a favorable entry point. I am ok with volatility and am looking for long-term growth in my TFSA.

Read Answer Asked by Justin on September 30, 2021

Q: Markets are going through a correction the past couple of weeks, particularly today (Tuesday). Tech is being hit hard. Can we have your assessment of the situation and what you see unfolding in the next few months? Do you view this as a buying opportunity or is it too early for this? Can you provide some names that have sold off too much in your opinion and might lead the rebound, when it happens.

Read Answer Asked by jim on September 29, 2021