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Q: I own a fully position in IWN - with what's been going on lately with sector rotation (Growth verses value) should i see half the position and buy IWO (growth) or sell the entire position in IWN and buy IWM (both growth and value) ?

Second question I own significant holdings in WEF (overweight) WFG (1/2 position) and lastly Canfor (Full Position) My question is is it time to exit hold or reduce as lumber prices cannot stay at the present level forever?? (your comment please) maybe even sell some WEF some and go with a big house builder or even Lowes (I already own Home depot ) your guidance is appreciated

Read Answer Asked by Terence on April 13, 2021

Q: Hi group lumber companies took it on the chin in 2 short days WEF went down 15% in the last 2 days as an example . Is the run over /(Time to cash in profits) or is this simply some folks taking profits. I know housing starts in the us are off but is the high price on lumber not the culprit here and also looking like lumber inventories remain low which should = higher prices for lumber going fwd. - your thoughts are always appreciated

Read Answer Asked by Terence on March 25, 2021

Q: Hi group sent question in last week about how to play commodities (recommendations) also do you agree the sector is in an upward trend and will it last. - still no answer
New question lumber stocks seem to be acting funny lumber prices are at record highs ($1,000 fbm) but lumber stocks are down 3 days in a row is it time to take profits on the sector or hold appreciate your views

Read Answer Asked by Terence on February 19, 2021

Q: Will you please give me your top choices in Forestry stocks, at present, Can either be CAN or US.

Also, please give your top choices in either country for Agriculture Stocks.

Thank you. Please take 2 credits.

Read Answer Asked by Donna on February 08, 2021

Q: Hi
I have been renovating an old cottage on the east coast, it seems that the supply chain has “broken” when trying to get lumber supplies to the extent that builders are saying forget about new builds.
Is there a buying opportunity here for lumber companies and if so what companies would you suggest.

Read Answer Asked by Melissa on July 27, 2020

Q: Hi Group any thoughts on why the Canadian forest industry stocks are all up significantly over the last mth . Considering housing starts / virus concerns any idea why . I hold WEF / Canfor both are up significantly but are still way off their highs should I sell at a loss into the rally or? - your thought's/direction is appreciated

Read Answer Asked by Terence on May 01, 2020

Q: Hi Guys
Morningstar show DEC 2019 short term debt at $395 Million and cash at 60 million
Do you know what the short term debt was used for, an if Canfor has the credit facilities to handle there debt. I was thinking on taking a small position in this stock at current price levels, after all if Pattison was willing to offer $18 or so a share.
Thanks Gord

Read Answer Asked by Gordon on March 30, 2020

Q: These 4 equities are my top 4 poor performers with a 50-57% unrealized loss. CFP is a 1% position, TSGI is 2%, WCP is 0.5%, COV also 0.5%. I am debating going to a half position on TSGI and pick up AQN. Or maybe dump TSGI all together. I'm not sure what to do with the rest to try and regain some losses here. That said, it seems COV and TSGI have potential as a long term holding but for me it would be to recover losses. Anything you guys can recommend? Thanks

Read Answer Asked by Brad on July 11, 2019

Q: Two separate questions- deduct as necessary.

Forest product stocks appear to be in a trough right now, and weaker housing starts coupled with over-capacity seem to be holding them back with economic concerns in the background casting a shadow as well. I am wondering if you see a bit of a turning point here given recent capacity cuts, strong employment numbers, and a Fed decision to leave things as they are?

Regarding MFI; I struggle with taking profits too soon, but I have a fairly rapid 30%+ gain here. Your thoughts on its ability to maintain these gains or grind higher would be appreciated.


Read Answer Asked by Robert on May 06, 2019