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Q: Good morning
these three ETFs have stellar one year performance to January 6th according to your March issue of Money Saver magazine. Do you see them topped out for the present or would you still see a buying opportunity here
GUY
Read Answer Asked by Guy R. on April 15, 2024
Q: Good morning,

For a moderately aggressive investor with a two-year time horizon, how might you rank the listed stocks in terms of a new purchase today?

Thanks,

Brad
Read Answer Asked by Bradley on April 13, 2024
Q: A number of these companies have done very well recently while others have not. Could you rate these as Buy/Hold/Sell and for those you consider a buy, could you provide what you feel is a good entry point.

Thank you
Tim
Read Answer Asked by Timothy on April 05, 2024
Q: In Chris's recent webinar he mentioned the similarities between TCS and DSG as well as the same between GSY and TCS.

Now my question here is if I was only to own one of each of the two which ones have the best opportunities for growth going forward and which meets Warren Buffets criteria most closely?

Thanks


Sheldon
Read Answer Asked by Sheldon on April 02, 2024
Q: I have listed a number of companies you like. Most of the companies named have done well (some very well).

Do you consider all these names a Buy at current levels? From the list what would be your 5 favorite stocks?

Thanks
Tim
Read Answer Asked by Timothy on March 20, 2024
Q: In your opinion, which five(5) Canadian companies are best positioned to increase their net value because of Ai? Thank you!
Read Answer Asked by Pat on March 19, 2024
Q: Sorry for asking another tech ranking but I read a question about some of your best ideas currently and I want to mesh with my current holding. Can you please rank the above stocks for purchase/hold today?
Thank you
Read Answer Asked by Neil on March 18, 2024
Q: Given a 3-5 year period, please list the above stocks from best to least for growth.

Very much appreciate your service.

Howard
Read Answer Asked by Howard on March 13, 2024
Q: Please provide me with your 5 of your best Industrial companies and Tech companies
Read Answer Asked by Donna on March 05, 2024
Q: I am considering starting new positions or adding to existing positions in a number of these companies. In What order would you purchase these companies, from first to last? Is there any of these companies you would not currently buy? Looking at 3 to 5 year timeline..

Apologies for number of companies!! Please deduct appropriately.

Thanks
Tim

Read Answer Asked by Timothy on February 14, 2024
Q: What would you consider a good entry point for these companies?
Read Answer Asked by Gordon on February 14, 2024
Q: This question concerns the technology sector in a well-diversified Canadian portfolio (~30 holdings), focused slightly toward growth.

The current technology holdings are CSU, SHOP, DSG and KXS. With the exception of KXS, the holdings are all positive. We are considering replacing KXS with LMN.

For a long term hold, which of KXS and LMN would you prefer and why?

Thank you,

Peter.
Read Answer Asked by Peter on February 07, 2024
Q: I have owned KXS for several years and although I am not unhappy with its performance it is rather volatile. DSG which is in a similar business seems to experience more price stability. I am ok with volatility and tend to hold equities for the long term. Using long-term growth prospects and current valuations as a guideline would you favor one over the other to any great extent? Taxes are not an issue so I could easily switch to DSG if the metrics suggest this is the better stock.

Appreciate your insight.

Paul F.
Read Answer Asked by Paul on February 02, 2024
Q: Dear 5i,
I own CSU (10%), LMN (2.5%) and SHOP (4%) in my TFSA.Is it a good idea for me to increase LMN to 5% and SHOP to 6% to increase weight in the technical sector? Is it better to start a new position(s) such as KXS, DSG, or TOI? This is a small diversified TFSA, and protecting the portfolio with some growth is the main goal.
Thank you.
Read Answer Asked by Hali on January 23, 2024
Q: Looking to add to my TSFA, working on following the Balanced Portfolio, am missing these stocks. which and in what order would you add these?
Thank you, Shane
Read Answer Asked by Shane on January 08, 2024
Q: Hello, I have the following in my TFSA: GIB.A, OTEX, NVEI, KXS, DSG, DOL, NXR.UN, with more or less the same weight. I am under water with NVEI, KXS, NXR.UN. Should I just sell OTEX, DSG and GIB.A and buy XIT instead and wait for NVEI and KXS to break even before selling them and buy XIT? I know XIT has 50% in SHOP and CSU and 5i likes CSU very much. I am less sure about SHOP. What is your opinion of SHOP for a long term hold? I did not fully understand their recent change of strategy. FYI, I have US tech names in a cash account, thatís why I am looking at CDN names in my TFSA. Thanks.
Read Answer Asked by Martin on January 08, 2024
Q: I need to gradually raise cash over the next 6 months and am operating on the assumption that interest rates will begin a to decline in late Q1, I would only like to sell those holdings that are less likely to do well in a declining interest rate environment. Please rank each of these holdings from "Sell Now - least likely to benefit from a declining rate environment" to "Avoid Selling - should do very well in a declining rate environment". AQN, BCE, BN, BNS, DSG, ENB, GSY, KXS, NTR, PBH, TCN, TD
Thanks...Glenn
Read Answer Asked by Glenn on January 02, 2024