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Q: Good morning, 5 i team!

Your thought on a list of all your A graded companies covering almost all sectors for a TFSA account, equal weighted, long term hold. We will review periodically based on your report monthly.Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Nhung on September 24, 2021

Q: For Telus International, why would current shareholders sell their 12M shares (in this case decent percentage of outstanding) and could this imply to the market lack of confidence? Also, in this instances, what price would they be sold at? Do you still see ATS Automation as a buy and why is Nuvei taking small hits everyday? Could this be that it went up quite fast after their earnings.. Thanks very much.

Read Answer Asked by umedali on September 23, 2021

Q: Hi what are the chances that any of these names will be going to the capital markets and issue more stock?
They are all doing very well,so they might be tempting to issue more stocks.
How would you rate those for stock as a buy right now?

Read Answer Asked by Josh on September 16, 2021

Q: Have some cash to purchase one or two companies in my TFSA. Am wondering about CTS or PKK. What is your opinion of these 2, which would you prefer and why?

An alternative would be to add to a couple recent purchases that I have I/2 positions in. These are ATZ, TIXT, NEO.

I await your guidance and please take the appropriate # of credits, I know this is more than one credit.
Again many thanks for your guidance.
John

Read Answer Asked by John on September 13, 2021

Q: Just finished the book '100-baggers'. As a buy and hold guy, the 'coffee can portfolio' approach is relatable. If you guys could purchase 10 Canadian stocks to not touch for the next 5-10 years which stocks would you include? Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Jeff on September 07, 2021

Q: The landscape of tech stocks in Canada seems to be rapidly evolving, with several impressive IPO's of late, and some very strong growth stories emerging. In a well diversified portfolio, how would you rate the desirability of holding each of the following tech stocks on a scale of one to ten, with 10 being a must own, 1 being a definite "no", and 5 being something OK, but nothing special. 5+ year holding period.

CSU, CTS, DND, DSG, ENGH, KXS, LSPD, MAGT, NVEI, OTEX, TIXT, TOI

Read Answer Asked by Dan on August 17, 2021

Q: Would like to create a 10-15 stock portfolio out the securities listed above, to meet my retirement income and growth needs, for a long term hold.
CPD is my current, imperfect proxy for the fixed income portion of my portfolio.
CVE, CNQ, SU would be the only opportunistic (and highly correlated) purchases, to take advantage of the current low valuations for the petroleum industry. These would be sold if the oil & gas market's prospects change.
Please rank all the securities on the basis of return potential over 2-3 years as the primary criteria,
Please eliminate any stock which does not have adequate balance sheet strength, from the lineup.
Please add to the lineup all securites that would facilitate the creation of a defensible, well-diversified, long term portfolio - especially if it is in a sector that I have overlooked.

Thank you for your expertise, and willingness to help me sleep a bit more soundly.

Read Answer Asked by Pradeep on August 13, 2021

Q: Hello 5i,

Can you please rank the following stocks for a new purchase and a 5-year hold, OR rank your top 5 in order if that is easier?

PINS, MED, VEEV, FVRR, DD, AI, SHOP, NIO, AC, STC, XBC, TIXT, TOI

Thank you for your insight.

Cheers,
Debbie and Jerry

Read Answer Asked by Jerry on August 12, 2021

Q: I have the above stocks in my TSFA, and I have additional funds and was wondering which one you would add to.

Thanks 5i team for your expert support.

Dave.

Read Answer Asked by David on August 11, 2021

Q: I'm looking to start/add to two positions in a well diversified taxable account. The above list of stocks, from a review of the questions, are some of your current favourites. Would you please add two additional names to the above list that I have not listed and then provide me with your current ranking of the stocks for investment purposes in the next week or two.

Thanks,

Terry

Read Answer Asked by Terry on August 11, 2021

Q: I would like to add a new position in my TFSA. Please comment on the above equities. Outlook for the next 4 years. What would be your preference.
Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Albert on August 09, 2021

Q: I would like to start a Growth portfolio, with 60% US and 40% Canadian stocks. I have approximately $300,000 for this account and a long term view. Would appreciate some suggestions. thanks

Read Answer Asked by Joanne on August 09, 2021

Q: I have owned ENGH for several years in a non-registered account. Sitting on significant capital gains. Would you endorse a portfolio change to sell ENGH in order to buy TIXT for a long-term hold. In other words, do you like TIXT enough to take a capital gains hit in order to buy it? The TIXT conference call was impressive.

Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Joel on August 03, 2021

Q: Could you please recommend a few stocks for two RESP accounts? First account for 4 years old grandchild. Second account for three grandchildren (4, 5, and 8 years old). Planning to contribute $2000 ($500 for each grandchild). The first account has already 26 ENB shares. The second account is a new account. Thanks in advance for your very valuable advice.

Read Answer Asked by Hali on July 30, 2021

Q: I have held BCE for a while now, and have always enjoyed the dividend yield it provides. TIXT seems to be poised for greater growth, but BCE is a steady provider of dividend yield with modest price appreciation. I have been looking at TIXT, and I am wondering if I should make a switch, or stick with BCE. I donít think I would want to make a larger commitment to telcos, as I would rather keep my capital free for investment in other sectors, so I would feel comfortable with an either/or situation, rather than equal amounts of both. I will appreciate any insight you have to offer. Thanks so much, and I look forward to your response.

Read Answer Asked by Domenic on July 29, 2021