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Q: Are there a few Canadian and/or US companies that are “hiding in plain sight” that have the potential to be long term compounders similar to a CSU, MKL, ROP etc?
Read Answer Asked by Peter on February 28, 2024
Q: I have 7000$ to allocate into my TFSA which of these companies would be your favourite and which would be your least favourite, please rate them out of 10(1 meaning least favourite and 10 being most favourite). Lastly at what entry price would you be a buyer of these companies? Please indicate an entry price for each company.

Thanks guys
Read Answer Asked by Ma on February 26, 2024
Q: What are your top buys (3) right now if you were investing in a mix of growth, quality, and somewhat reasonable valuation? With your answer/explanation can you include fwd p/e or whatever relevant metrics vs peers?

Also, what's a quality stock or two you'd like to buy but would want to see come down a bit/something you'd be looking to pick up in a broad market selloff?
Read Answer Asked by Max on February 20, 2024
Q: I have a position in TOI and with the recent run, have some decent profit. You have mentioned a few times that TOI is expensive. Does it make sense to sell half my position and purchase LMN or do you think there is some positive momentum here and let TOI run a little more?
Read Answer Asked by Thomas on February 16, 2024
Q: What would you view as being the top Canadian compounders over say a 10-15 year period. I'm thinking CSU and ATD. What others for investors that want compounding growth over many years.
Read Answer Asked by Gerry on February 16, 2024
Q: Hello Peter,
What is happening to Ivanhoe electric? It is on a downward trend. I am thinking of selling my toi, and lmn, to invest in CSU as everyday i see csu ticking higher. Does this strategy makes sense? Also, with nice dividend history of fortis, why is it still so low whereas hydro one seems to be ticking higher. thanks very much
Read Answer Asked by umedali on February 15, 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.

Thanks
Tim

Read Answer Asked by Timothy on February 14, 2024
Q: Equal weight with the noted companies. Would like to add a 6th with equal weight as well. Will set and forget for 10+ years. Can you please provide 3-4 possible compelling options. Ty.
Read Answer Asked by Chris on January 30, 2024
Q: Hi group in light of the new export rules for LNG exports in the US would you sell ARC (750 shares) and replace it with TOU?(in theory TOU should have much better upside. Your thoughts please

Also should I trim LMN + TOI they are both sitting around 10 % of my portfolio...I recently trimmed BYD with the hope that on a pullback i can buy back all 3...What would be good levels to buy back in ...Thanks for your help

Looking for entry to Industrials, Materials, Health, Financials Consumer staples, Tech, Communications what's your top 2 picks in each sector. Could you please provide short explanation on why you are picking them

Deduct credits as necessary...thanks
Read Answer Asked by Terence on January 30, 2024
Q: Would there be a dilution in DOO after the Bain capital deal ? How much ? Yahoo finance listed the earning report date for CSU as March 6 2024, and Feb 6 2024 for TOI. Is there a mistake ? Or is CSU going to give out some more good news ?
Read Answer Asked by Lai Kuen on January 24, 2024
Q: Dear 5i,
I own CSU (10%), LMN (2.5%) and SHOP (4%) in my TFSA.Is it a good idea for me to increase LMN to 5% and SHOP to 6% to increase weight in the technical sector? Is it better to start a new position(s) such as KXS, DSG, or TOI? This is a small diversified TFSA, and protecting the portfolio with some growth is the main goal.
Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Hali on January 23, 2024