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HOLD
They have owned this in the past. It went no where for decades. The maple syrup side, which they entered about six years has been a disappointment and has been volatile. A safe and boring company. Not a lot of downside. You can milk it for the dividend, but there is not much upside.
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DON'T BUY
He hasn't looked at it recently. It's a safe, Canadian dividend stock, but not the kind of business he's looking at now. It's in a heavily regulated industry, a commodity, so if there's too much sugar produced in a given year, the stock will get hit.
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SELL ON STRENGTH
Doesn't think dividend will be guillotined. Disappointing because it doesn't grow. Sugar is not a growth business. It's not a growth stock and probably never will be. Hold and try to trade it at the middle of its range.
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COMMENT
The sugar business is stable; it's a duopoly in Canada, though it's facing pushback from health advocates. Also, China may boycott maple syrup, so that's a challenge. Sugar is very low growth. The dividend is safe.
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DON'T BUY
It's part of a duopoly in Canada, but new players will likely enter this industry, so he wouldn't buy it. Dividend of 6.9% which should be safe.
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DON'T BUY

There are two players in Sugar. It is such a slow growing industry that this one diversified into maple syrup and due to teething problems, their debt went up. He does not own it  because of the debt.

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DON'T BUY
Good dividend. It is a mature company. They went into maple syrup recently. Watch out as they try to transition to syrup. If it breaks down below $5.75 it could be an indication we could see further weakness.
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DON'T BUY
Involved in a duopoly in Canada. They bought a maple syrup company and debt levels went up. Sugar in Canada is a slow growth business and he is concerned about their payout ratio.
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HOLD
An income stock. There is not a lot of growth and high tariff issues. He would not strongly endorse it but it pays a nice dividend.
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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick Sep 25/17, Up 2%) It is a duopoly in Canada. They hedge themselves. When the new CEO came into to diversify them in to such things as maple syrup, the stock has not performed that well because they were behind with integration. This is a great integration point.

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DON'T BUY

The problem is that it's the beneficiary of a tariff wall against American sugar. This is too scary if you rely on income for your portfolio. Buy Crombie REIT or Fortis or a telco, instead, because their dividends are more reliable and safer.

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COMMENT

This is an interesting stock to consider in the face of current discussions of tariffs. The United States sugar industry is heavily protected, and Rogers is protected in Canada. It is one of two main producers, a duopoly behind a tariff wall. He has wondered how long that wall would stand. With Trump in power, he thinks this wall will stay up for longer, making this stock more attractive. However, sugar is a low-growth or no-growth commodity. The social trend is against it and the younger generation consumes less of it. The yield is high (about 6%) and will probably not come down, but it is strictly a yield play. (Analysts' price target is $6.25)

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BUY

This is a new position he added this year because of the new CEO’s strategy to grow the business. He really likes the new strategy with Maple Sugar. He can see them growing into other forms of ingredients. If they can execute, which he thinks they will, this company could have some good upside if you hang on for the long run.

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HOLD

Seasonally, this is the time of year when people buy all kinds of sweets. The period of seasonal strength is from December through until the end of the year. The chart shows SGG-N has formed a nice little base pattern and has just broken above its trading range. There is a pretty good chance that the stock will move above its current trading range. If you own, continue holding and look for a break out in the next couple of weeks.

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COMMENT

Besides sugar, this is now going into maple syrup. Thinks that is a smart move. The company has been a great spin off in terms of dividends. Has never bought this, but wishes he had. Maple sugar is not out of favour the way sugar is. He is not buying, because there is not enough upturn in the stock. They pay a really good dividend.

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Rogers Sugar Inc(RSI-T) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 1

Stockchase rating for Rogers Sugar Inc is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

Rogers Sugar Inc(RSI-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Rogers Sugar Inc stock symbol?

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

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In the last year, 1 stock analyst published opinions about RSI-T. 0 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 0 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is . Read the latest stock experts' ratings for Rogers Sugar Inc.

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What is Rogers Sugar Inc stock price?

On 2022-06-30, Rogers Sugar Inc (RSI-T) stock closed at a price of $6.05.