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TSE:RET

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DON'T BUY
He owned it at $3.81 and sold it at $3.00 and is glad he did. Management is getting old and stodgy. As the stock has been thrashed following the share buyback program, he thinks the balance sheet still looks okay, but the cash position is not as good. Last quarter they lost a lot of money. He is unsure for the next year.
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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick June 28/16. Down 1%.) Has been hit along with the retail sector. Pays a dividend of almost 5%. Great balance sheet. They should be helped going forward, because the Cdn$ is going up, and they source so much from the US. He is a little concerned about their new athletic stores.

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DON'T BUY

A value trap. Clothing retailing is one of the toughest businesses out there. This is well-managed, but they can’t fight the trend. Closed a huge number of stores. They’ve tried to cut costs, but he thinks they are still losing money despite some recent same-store sales growth. Not sure how long they will continue paying dividends.

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TOP PICK

A tough market because of Amazon (AMZN-Q) and the Internet. The major knock is that they are losing money. Last quarter they lost millions of dollars as well as in the quarter before. However, they have over $100 million in the bank. Margins have been squeezed because the US$ has gone up in the past year. Revenues have been flat for the last year which a lot of people felt was not good, except they closed 60 stores. Same-store sales have gone up about 8.8%. Included in that is the 56%+ that their online sales have gone up. Dividend yield of 4.85%.

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DON'T BUY

When looking at Canadian consumer discretionary names, you want to remind yourself that the Canadian consumer, at some point, is going to slow their spending. Household debt levels have continually risen over the last 5 years. Today debt, as a percentage of income, is among the highest it has ever been. At some point the consumer is going to slow, and that will certainly put downside pressure on all these names. He prefers the US side for the consumer discretionary space.

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DON'T BUY

Retail landscape in Canada has changed quite dramatically, and this company has been very much impacted by the incursion of the Wal-Mart’s and Targets and discount chains. They are in a very difficult position. In today's environment, it has lost its lustre as a dividend provider. Have good retail locations and a reasonably desired product, but people just aren't shopping at those types of locations anymore.

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COMMENT

Retailer with about 920 stores in Canada under a number of different banners. Very high dividend yield of over 10%, but are not earning it. There is a lot of competition in fashion retailing and analysts are concerned that they are not appealing to the younger/hipper audience. Owners have many years of experience and he thinks they can reinvent themselves. However, in regards to the dividend, they are over distributing but they have a rock solid balance sheet. Had problems with distribution and had to spend money to automate this but this is now behind them.

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HOLD

(Market Call Minute.) Too late to sell this one so he would Hold.

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DON'T BUY

Doesn’t like Canadian retail space in general – slowing housing market. There are a lot of US retailers moving in from a competitive perspective. RET trades at a low multiple and is beaten up, so not expensive but he would avoid it.

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DON'T BUY

(Market Call Minute.) Very competitive retail environment in Canada and very poor traffic growth.

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DON'T BUY

9.8% Dividend yield. First red light is the high dividend. Company is paying out 100% of cash flows before capital expenditures and growth expenditures. Environment will continue to be difficult and a lot of American retailers are continuing to come into Canada. Does not think dividend is sustainable. Nordstrom is coming.

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HOLD

The big worry with respect to this company is the introduction to Target into Canada and to the extent they are going to compete in their line of clothing. Has been an extremely well managed company. Has always sold at a bit of a premium. Expect they would be loathe to cut the dividend.

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DON'T BUY
Canadian retail and retail is really tough right now. Doesn’t like this space because of competition, which will increase when Target (TGT-N) moves in. Not a lot of square footage growth so to growth their earnings and profits they will have to increase transactions or sales per visit. Feels the dividend is safe.
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HOLD
An extremely managed company over the years. Held their own against formidable competition. Stock is held back by threat of even more competition including Target. Well positioned in malls. A reasonable place to park money if you just want yield.
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DON'T BUY
Women's apparel retailer. Doesn't like retail business generally. Pretty well managed company over time but it is very dependent on strength on the consumer side. Valued at about 5.5X EBITDA.
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Reitmans(RET-T) Rating

Ranking : 1 out of 5

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What is Reitmans stock symbol?

Reitmans is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol RET-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (RET-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:RET or RET-T

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On 2020-07-29, Reitmans (RET-T) stock closed at a price of $0.27.