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Q: I presently have $66,000 to invest and am looking at these stocks to buy. Please place them in order of preference . Best choices first and if there is some you would not buy at present prices ? I could have an extra $5,000 available if I sold my DDOG. Is it a hold or sell ? Thanks for your help !
Read Answer Asked by Frank on June 10, 2024
Q: Hey folks...great service....just wondering if you have one or two canadian and US stocks you are pounding the table on right now...perhaps something that has been sold off but has very good chance of a shorter term rebound....thanks.
Read Answer Asked by dan on June 07, 2024
Q: There has been lots of good discussion about these 6 stocks on your forums section over the last year BDT, DRX, GSY, HPS.A, PRL, VHI. All have been big winners. Do you think they are still promising investments at current prices?
Read Answer Asked by Dan on June 07, 2024
Q: Hi Team,
With weak growth shown from crm , and being that I am already tech heavy, would it be advisable to sell crm to add to propel and Eqb ? Both growing much faster with much cheaper valuations ; but in banking sector instead of tech . However in the alternative banking sector which seems to be much higher growth than the traditional banks currently .

Thanks ,
Shane
Read Answer Asked by Shane on June 03, 2024
Q: Hi 5I. My largest holding is TD and I am going to reduce it by a third. Reasons are mainly concerns of future US growth because of the money-laundering stain. The potential fine is not as concerning as being shunned by investors resulting in stunted growth in the US. With the proceeds I was thinking of adding to my RY holding and taking a position in IFC. Or should I be looking at another big 6 such as NA or ...? Thanks in advance.

Carl
Read Answer Asked by Carl on May 30, 2024
Q: Hello Peter,
Other than Jason Donville's negative comments on Propel, could the insider selling be another reason for downward movement of the stock. I do find it surprising that insiders sold quite a bit, at much lower than the peak price. Could this be due to the stock options being vested on that particular date? I would appreciate your comments and thanks for prior responses. Here is the site i am referring to

https://ceo.ca/api/sedi/?symbol=prl&amount=&transaction=&insider

Read Answer Asked by umedali on May 28, 2024
Q: Hi, Propel stock chart looks horrible and stock can't seem to find support. Stock is now down 25% after the earnings release ( $29.89 to $22.40), after a strong quarter.

Mr Jason Donville commented in a recent interview that they were buying the stock at $6-$7 level, last year and they have been sellers for past few months, as stock has become expensive. This could also be true with many other early investors.

Propel has a market cap of $750 mln and is still relatively small cap. Do you believe that its multiple could grow, despite its size/sector risks and stock could trade higher ?

What is your advice for an investor who bought in at $22-$25 level ?

Thank You
Read Answer Asked by rajeev on May 23, 2024
Q: What would you consider good entry points for the noted stocks? Is there any you would not purchase at current levels?

Thanks
Tim
Read Answer Asked by Timothy on May 23, 2024
Q: Hi 5i, Reviewing some of your Growth portfolio holdings (as well as SHOP) for adding to our TFSA's for 2024..
Of the above, could you please rank them for 3-5 yr purchase, with your reasoning for same.
Thanks for your input.
T.
Read Answer Asked by Terrance on May 17, 2024
Q: Hi, We own RY/CM/GS- 12% , IFC - 2.75% and PRL -1% among Financials. In addition, we bought EQB - 1% position at $85, based on strong analyst commentary, a month ago. We need some cash to raise and were wondering if it is necessary to own EQB or with about 15% weight through above holdings, we can let the EQB go.

Thank You
Read Answer Asked by rajeev on May 15, 2024