TFI International Inc

TFII-T

TSE:TFII

58.12
0.36 (0.62%)
TFI International Inc. is a Canadian transport and logistics company based in Montreal, Quebec. It operates across Canada through 4 business segments, and in the United States.
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BUY
BUY
February 9, 2007
Trading at a discount to its comparables. Expect there is some money to be made with this company.
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Trading at a discount to its comparables. Expect there is some money to be made with this company.
BUY
BUY
February 8, 2007
Expectations of a slowing economy in Ontario and Quebec have had an effect on the price. Good management. Expanding into the western provinces.
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Expectations of a slowing economy in Ontario and Quebec have had an effect on the price. Good management. Expanding into the western provinces.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 25, 2007
(A Top Pick Aug 25/06. Down 12.4%.) Likes the way the business is run. Retaining cash flow in order to grow through acquisition. Feels distributions are solid.
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(A Top Pick Aug 25/06. Down 12.4%.) Likes the way the business is run. Retaining cash flow in order to grow through acquisition. Feels distributions are solid.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 22, 2007
Trucking. More cyclical than he likes. Has performed well as a trust. They continue to need growth by acquisition so new government rules may slow them down. Concerned with the economy affecting this company.
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Trucking. More cyclical than he likes. Has performed well as a trust. They continue to need growth by acquisition so new government rules may slow them down. Concerned with the economy affecting this company.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
November 27, 2006
(A Top Pick Aug 25/06. Down 6.1%.) Like it as a company, not an income trust. Economy is slowing and trucking tends to slow as well. They where an acquisitive company but were using income units as currency. Feels they will be able to work their way through this.
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(A Top Pick Aug 25/06. Down 6.1%.) Like it as a company, not an income trust. Economy is slowing and trucking tends to slow as well. They where an acquisitive company but were using income units as currency. Feels they will be able to work their way through this.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 25, 2006
Yielding about 9.5%. Very acquisitive and probably the largest trucking company out there. Management owns a big position in it. Has come under pressure recently, along with transportation, The most dominant trucking company in Canada. About 80% payout ratio.
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Yielding about 9.5%. Very acquisitive and probably the largest trucking company out there. Management owns a big position in it. Has come under pressure recently, along with transportation, The most dominant trucking company in Canada. About 80% payout ratio.
SELL
SELL
August 4, 2006
He was not willing to accept the cyclicality in his portfolio. However, it has been one of the better performing trucking income trusts. In the most recent quarter, they are showing some cracks in their armour. Growth rate is slowing down.
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He was not willing to accept the cyclicality in his portfolio. However, it has been one of the better performing trucking income trusts. In the most recent quarter, they are showing some cracks in their armour. Growth rate is slowing down.
BUY
BUY
July 28, 2006
A trucking business. Actively growing their Alberta presence. Business is a little soft which has shown in the stock price. Good management and they will do well.
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A trucking business. Actively growing their Alberta presence. Business is a little soft which has shown in the stock price. Good management and they will do well.
BUY
BUY
May 19, 2006
Will probably have very decent earnings and very decent cash flow going forward. Have had good success in passing on the cost of fuel to the end users.
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Will probably have very decent earnings and very decent cash flow going forward. Have had good success in passing on the cost of fuel to the end users.
HOLD
HOLD
January 27, 2006
Canada's largest trucking company. They grow by accretive acquisitions. Their margins are very high because of their pricing power. They have increased distributions steadily. Getting to be fully valued.
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Canada's largest trucking company. They grow by accretive acquisitions. Their margins are very high because of their pricing power. They have increased distributions steadily. Getting to be fully valued.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 6, 2005
One of the earlier pioneers in converting into a trust. Has done very well in consolidating the trucking business. Being a bigger company has given them an advantage in competition for drivers. Have controlled their fuel expense fairly well. Currently priced to perfection.
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One of the earlier pioneers in converting into a trust. Has done very well in consolidating the trucking business. Being a bigger company has given them an advantage in competition for drivers. Have controlled their fuel expense fairly well. Currently priced to perfection.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 6, 2005
(A Top Pick June 23/05. Down 10%.) Down because of the federal government's statement on trusts. Very interesting company and is trying to consolidate a very fragmented segment. A good entry point.
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(A Top Pick June 23/05. Down 10%.) Down because of the federal government's statement on trusts. Very interesting company and is trying to consolidate a very fragmented segment. A good entry point.
BUY
BUY
September 19, 2005
Historically the trucking business in Canada has been very fragmented and this company is acquiring firms, trying to put together a dominant company and doing a pretty good job of it. Has sold off a bit because of concerns on fuel prices, but transport companies have no difficulty in passing on fuel increases to their shippers.
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Historically the trucking business in Canada has been very fragmented and this company is acquiring firms, trying to put together a dominant company and doing a pretty good job of it. Has sold off a bit because of concerns on fuel prices, but transport companies have no difficulty in passing on fuel increases to their shippers.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 8, 2005
(A Top Pick June 23/05. No change.) There are a lot of people who are concerned with trucking companies because of fuel prices. They pass fuel increases on to their customers through a fuel surcharge. Still likes. Nice distribution. Still some upside.
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(A Top Pick June 23/05. No change.) There are a lot of people who are concerned with trucking companies because of fuel prices. They pass fuel increases on to their customers through a fuel surcharge. Still likes. Nice distribution. Still some upside.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
July 11, 2005
Trying to consolidate the trucking company. Feels it has been sold off in recent weeks because of fuel costs. At 8.25% it's not a bad yield.
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Trying to consolidate the trucking company. Feels it has been sold off in recent weeks because of fuel costs. At 8.25% it's not a bad yield.
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