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HOLD
Global business. A laggard, but that's the opportunity. Earnings disappointment due to input costs. Fantastic acquirer and integrator. A very comfortable holding.
food processing
TOP PICK
Surprised it's fallen as far as it has. A recovery story, with increased activity in social settings. NA market leader in cheese and dairy. Growing international operations, which are under pressure. Expanding, tuck-in acquisitions. On sale, buying for new clients. Yield is 2.38%. (Analysts’ price target is $34.89)
food processing
WATCH
Large global footprint, but it's a tough business. Tough couple of years with Covid, shortages, and inflation. Not time to throw in the towel yet, but he's not a buyer either. Dividend is not enough to generate a good total return for shareholders. Watch what management says in next couple of quarters on dividend and acquisitions.
food processing
BUY
Owns company in TFSA. Believes company has had problems with Covid-19. Cheese portion of company is doing well, however dairy products not doing well (changing consumer preferences). As Covid-19 ends, company will recover. Is currently buying more shares of the company.
food processing
HOLD
Company has done great job in growing and expanding. Return on equity shrinking which is a red flag. Profitable company with reasonable dividend. Financial metrics (cash flow, return on equity) not high enough to justify investment.
food processing
DON'T BUY
Believes company has suffered from Covid-19 pandemic closures. Management issues and inflation also negative for company. Wait until company returns to better times before buying.
food processing
DON'T BUY
Used to be a market darling. Suffering from structurally declining profitability since 2012. ROE has gone from 21-22% to 8-9%. Valuation has been dragged down. Core problem is cheese, with slow organic growth. Making acquisitions has diluted the quality of the core legacy business. Drastically underperformed the TSX for a decade, as well as consumer staples. Not in distress, but not a compelling total return.
food processing
BUY
Covid-19 has been problematic for company as restaurant industry has been hit hard. Once things open up, margins will improve. Dairy side has been challenged as consumer demands change. Still generating free cash flows. Good price to buy and currently owns company in TFSA.
food processing
DON'T BUY
Good, not great. ROE is getting diluted with each successive acquisition. Bigger, but not as profitable. Getting harder to find acquisitions. Not competitive compared to the index.
food processing
BUY
It has struggled through COVID. People are drinking less milk and being less interested in dairy. They have started to make inroads into plant-based equivalents of dairy and that will be a growth target going forward. People are not eating out as much and SUP-T sells to a lot of restaurants. This is a buying opportunity and he has bought it in the last month.
food processing
BUY
Market's very fixated on growth right now and is ignoring companies with dividend and share buyback stories. Recovery beneficiary. Very cheap. Good company if you want safe and steady, particularly when it's on sale.
food processing
DON'T BUY
It has hit a wall. Not sure what the issue is. A low margin business that is competitive. Were long term holders but sold it in 2018. Not a compounder anymore. Not sure what it will take to bring back this business. Prefers to stick to restaurants.
food processing
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Sep 24/20, Up 4%) Will benefit from the recovery. Safe dividend play. Dividend is relatively slight. Continues to buy for new clients.
food processing
TOP PICK
He thinks it is still relatively cheap. COVID exit will see it get better revenue opportunities. He likes that the family owns a significant chunk. It is priced inexpensively. (Analysts’ price target is $40.78)
food processing
DON'T BUY
They've been pulling back since winter 2017, though shares have recovered well off the $30 low, now hitting resistance. This used to be a steady grower through acquisitions, but are now struggling to find new companies to buy. A bigger problem is that the acquisitions of the past 10 years are diluting company value. This isn't a stalwart grower anymore, nor is it a trading stock or income play (the dividend is below 2%). This likely won't go down much, but look elsewhere.
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Saputo Inc.(SAP-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 5

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 2

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 5

Total Signals / Votes : 12

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On 2022-05-25, Saputo Inc. (SAP-T) stock closed at a price of $25.46.