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Q: Howdy to all you Santa's helpers, thanks for all your wise council.
My question today is: i recently sold GUD after a long hold and so am looking for another healthcare replacement. I know you have reported on NBLY and AND and so wondering which of the two you would recommend to replace GUD. Or, do you have a better recommendation?

Thanks to all

Read Answer Asked by ralph on December 22, 2021

Q: I am underweight in the Healthcare sector with only a 1.5% holding in Well. Could you suggest US and Canadian securities which would be suitable for a solid performing “ core” holding?

Secondly, I am down 39% in WELL. Should I have any concerns picking up additional shares at this level?

Read Answer Asked by Terry on December 16, 2021

Q: Hi 5I
I have $180,000 split evenly amongst above companies in RRSP. I was going to begin withdrawing $10,000 every year and am looking for strategy to draw down to maximize growth of account. Is there a ranking of companies to sell first, or take a bit from each? I like them all so tough call for me. Appreciate all your advice since my initial membership in 5I.

Read Answer Asked by Craig on December 08, 2021

Q: What sequence would you add for largest overall return for 2 years and least risk for AND, ANRG, DCBO, LCFS, NBLY, STLC

Read Answer Asked by David on December 03, 2021

Q: I'm looking ahead to January's TFSA contribution. Portfolio analysis indicates that my biggest sector shortfall is in healthcare. My only healthcare exposure is as part of my XAW (18% of my overall portfolio) and VGRO (44%), so I'm looking at AND, CARE, and WELL as candidates for the TFSA. What's your take on whether to put the contribution to one, some or all of these, or something else? Age 72 but my RRIF minimums (plus CPP/OAS) are sufficient for living expenses, don't expect to have to touch TFSA for 6+ years.

Read Answer Asked by Lotar on December 03, 2021

Q: hello 5i:
We've been looking at adding one of these two to our health care sector, but if I have it right (please comment), AND is as much transportation (Industrial) as it is Health Care, and NBLY is as much Consumer Discretionary as it is health care. Am I correct and which one do you see as having more upside?
Paul L

Read Answer Asked by Paul on October 21, 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: Thinking of adding a small TFSA position with one of these, looking for a potential “pop” with a 5 year outlook without regard to risk. Is there one you like better than than others for that potential?
Appreciate your insight as always.

Read Answer Asked by Stephen R. on September 30, 2021