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Q: A few weeks ago I asked about the virtues of owning XLE vs XEG. I ended up buying 5 postions in the following: TOU, KEL, WCP, ARX, TVE. Energy is now 3.5% of my overall portfolio.

My question is the following: for US exposure: may you please provide me your highest conviction name. If you had to chose between this US energy name an DIS for a total return in the next twelve months, which of the two would you side with?

Also, for the next twelve months, what portfolio allocation to energy would you deem optimal, given the current macro environnement?

Thank you and please deduct credits as you see fit.

Read Answer Asked by karim on January 18, 2022

Q: I own small percentages of each of these in an unregistered account, I have $23,000. and I would like to add to some of them, which one would you suggest. Thanks for your help over the years, I read the questions so rarely ask one myself. Thanks Dorothy

Read Answer Asked by Dorothy on January 18, 2022

Q: Could you please provide your top two picks in both the materials and energy sectors?
I don't have any investments in materials now and wonder if I should have something. Currently I hold ENB and PKI in energy and am thinking of switching PKI for TOU or SU.
The remainder of my portfolio is well balanced and as a retiree stability and income are more important than speculative growth.

Read Answer Asked by Lyle on January 14, 2022

Q: I have KXS, CAE, BAM,TOU,AC. Would you recommend to add to some of these stocks or would you recommend to buy different stocks? What stocks would you recommend to buy?

Read Answer Asked by Mark on January 12, 2022

Q: As with many of your members, im considering some portfolio adjustments and deployment of TFSA contributions to start the year.

What names in Canada and the US are you most excited about in 2022/2023 that you view as meriting consideration?

Read Answer Asked by Patrick on January 11, 2022

Q: Hello Peter, Can I have your opinion please?

I am wondering if it might be a good idea to reduce my holdings in gold and silver stocks (maybe exit all my positions?), at least until May and buy some in the energy sector from the proceeds.
The reason behind this stems from yields going up- maybe the 10 yr goes to 2%. How likely is that? Apparently, the seasonal period of gold starts in summer.

My stocks in gold are at both ends of the large/small caps such as AEM/KL,FNV, KRR,MMX,WDO and PAAS.
I am under represented in energy with ENB,PPL and ALA.
What would be your suggestion? And if you agree, could you give me 1or 2 names to let go and 1 or 2 names to add.
Always appreciative of your thoughts.
Regards
Rajiv

Read Answer Asked by Rajiv on January 10, 2022

Q: Hi, Needed your opinion on Energy Sector allocation for 2022 and beyond. Most strategists are predicting another solid year for Energy sector, although, 2021 was a huge comeback for the sector. What's your take ? If you support this view, what will be your Best 5 to 7 ideas, based upon a balance of Current Valuation, Growth, Lower risk/volatility and some Dividend income. Thank You

Read Answer Asked by rajeev on January 07, 2022

Q: Top 3 favourite O&G to hold irrespective of portfolio mix. Canadian or US or international. Large, mid, or small cap. Doesnít matter upstream, midstream, downstream. Just what 5i likes now and briefly why. Maybe an honourable mention if you have one.

Cheers!

Read Answer Asked by Duane on December 07, 2021

Q: Could you please recommend your top picks for the energy sector- top 2-3 large cap exposure and top 2-3 smaller cap.
Also what is your view overall for the 3-5 year outlook of the sector in general
Thank you!

Read Answer Asked by Kyle on November 25, 2021

Q: Prior to the above companies announcing 3rd. quarter earnings you indicated that bir probably had the most upside. Now that they have all reported is your view still the same. I hold all of the above, but feel free to recommend other companies in the oil and gas sector. Thanks for excellent service. Ken

Read Answer Asked by kenneth on November 15, 2021

Q: Thank you for your prompt and your customary excellent answer to my earlier question!

Q: 1. May I then request you to give me a concentrated collection of small/midcaps energy stocks that you think will be comparable to an ETF? say ZJO?

Q 2: Big and mid to big caps that are comparable to XEG?

I will leave the number of stock selection to your discretion.

Many thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Savalai on November 09, 2021

Q: It seems like a lot of analysts are talking about a resource bull market especially regarding the inflation/stagflation discourse.
Do you feel we are heading into a resource bull market?
And, are there certain sectors you favour - Oil/gas, copper, uranium, food, precious metals?
Finally, are there any stocks within this very broad resource sector that you think is a standout. Please take as many credits as necessary
Much appreciated

Read Answer Asked by treva on October 28, 2021