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A growth stock with 30% growth rates in the short term, especially internationally. The second half of this year will see great new content, like the new Scorsese film, The Irishman. This will drive viewership. Netflix changes the way we watch TV. Also, they haven't pulled the lever on adding ads (say, at a lower-tier subscription fee). There's room for both Disney+ and Netflix, based on consumer research he's seen. (Analysts’ price target is $395.65)

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A cloud software company that helps manage problems between businesses and customers, like say BestBuy and a customer having trouble with a TV they bought. They are growing at 40% a year and continue to surpass earnings estimates. Up 5% today alone after positive coverage by an analyst. This'll reach $100 soon and could be a takeover target. (Analysts’ price target is $101.20)

Technology
TOP PICK

A cybersecurity company that protects email. He likes their international growth opportunities. They seem to be latching onto Microsoft Office's 365; the more MSFT goes into the cloud, the more customers will need email protection, which is where PFPT comes in. He sees 25% upside in the next 12 months. He's been adding to his position. (Analysts’ price target is $138.92)

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COMMENT
After the Dec. 24 low, the market ran ahead and corrected, but stayed above that--that was really positive. This has been a great week, but it will be a little harder. The VIX was up today. Copper and energy stocks aren't participating in the current rally. Bonds are overdone now, but the markets won't take off until copper (connected to China) and energy rev up. Keep an eye on the 10-year rate which influences all, including home mortgages. He doubts we'll see a rate cut from the US Fed in June. We're at a seminal moment. The 10-year yield could increase, likely gradually. The economic backdrop is not terrible; Canada's job numbers are strong and our rate could actually increase.
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STRONG BUY
The chart shows a bottoming, reverse head-and-shoulders pattern. If we rise above $45, the chart will likely shoot up to $50. The chart looks positive. His indicators show a strong buy signal. The technicals look really good.
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DON'T BUY

On his last appearance, he was concerned with CM around $109, and in May he said that if this fell below $105, there would be troubles. $105 would become resistance. He owns RY, BMO and TD. Unless CM cracks $105, CM will be stuck between $100-105. There are better places to go.

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BUY
He loves it. Since 2013, there's been a fine uptrend. You can buy this long-term, buy, forget it and do well. This will continue to rise. Don't wait for a correction.
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