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Q: Which stocks will benefit with lots of new housing expected to be built and What other stocks will benefit from the budget?. Which stocks can possibly hurt.
Read Answer Asked by Nizar on April 23, 2024
Q: Have some cash available to add to one or 2 of the following: CLS, DOL, DOO, GIB.A, IFC, QSR, STN, TIH. For a purchase at the current price, please rank from 1 through 8, for total return over the next 3 - 5 years. I believe you are pretty positive about each of these companies. No concerns about sector allocation.
Read Answer Asked by Dan on April 13, 2024
Q: Happy Easter.
Are HMM & HPS related ? Do you favor 1 over the other or would you put new $ 50/50 ? How (what tickers) would you split your infrastucture allotment overall ?
In addition to base metals etc, we have STN, AOS, PAVE, NUE, BN. Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Paul on April 01, 2024
Q: Can u pick your 3 best choices and why for a long term hold in this market area? Is it too concentrated to own all of them? Are there any CDN examples of these home builder companies you recommend?
Read Answer Asked by Graeme on March 13, 2024
Q: Hi, In a strong market and a FED induced rally, above stocks sold off sharply, in Today's trading, perhaps for different reasons. Drop in HPS.a, could be attributed to profit taking against the back drop of 300% jump, this year. But, the other three companies, I thought, will be benefitted with lower rates cycle over 2024/2025. May be, I am wrong. It;s just that, when some stocks don't go up ( and decline) in otherwise strong up market, makes me wonder, what am I missing ? Thank You
Read Answer Asked by rajeev on December 15, 2023
Q: Hi. I'm currently over weight in Consumer Defensives (BYD, PBH & PRWM) and under weight in Industrials (WSP, TFII, STN & SIS).
I'm thinking of selling PRMW and buying EIF. Based on future prospects do you think this trade makes sense. I intend to hold for a few years. Thanks!
Read Answer Asked by Ian on December 04, 2023
Q: Thoughts on buying these here in an RRSP or RESP and forgetting about them for a few years ? Any you would change ? Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Paul on November 13, 2023
Q: I have held the above stocks in my open account for several years. All stocks have shown a positive return except for BNS which is down approximately 20%. I have some cash to invest in the market and would like to purchase additional shares in some of these companies for a 3 to 5 year investment. Please rate the potential growth of these companies and rank the companies based upon the projected growth over the next 3 to 5 years. Thank you
Read Answer Asked by Don on November 08, 2023
Q: Hi, What are your thoughts on owning Stantec, with respect to its current valuation and future growth vis a vis its competitors ? We have a small position and looking to add, to increase our exposure to Industrial sector. Is it prudent to wait for the quarterly results, due in a couple of weeks or take advantage of current weakness due to markets ? What would be a reasonable price range to buy ? Thank You
Read Answer Asked by rajeev on October 20, 2023
Q: I identified 9 companies that out performed the TSX 60 plus 3 energy companies that I believe have a bright future. All 12 failed the MACD. 5 are trading at double digit discounts to their 52 week highs; dsg,shop,l,tou and cve. P/E range from 85 to 6 etc, etc. Please pick your diversified top 6 for a 5 year hold, with consistent profitability, no crazy volatility and suggest a great entry price. Thank you
Read Answer Asked by Richard on August 22, 2023
Q: what would you recommend for this year's TFSA for an average investor? Thank you. Fooklin
Read Answer Asked by Fooklin on August 04, 2023
Q: Please list companies in your portfolios that have returned in excess of 100% over the last 5 years.
Please also show their % returns.
Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Terry on July 17, 2023