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HOLD
They did a major restructuring but when they sold their business analytics business. Earnings have declined, but they sit on a lot of cash. Very well managed. Shares ran up during lockdowns. Pays a 2% dividend and trades at 9x. You can hold on, but wait and see what they do, like whether they will buy a new business like software or buyback shares. No need to panic.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
Really nice run, well deserved. PEG of 1, but doesn't trade at a lofty valuation. Likes it. Add on weakness, below $130.
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BUY

Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. A company that can slowly but surely compound capital. Buybacks and dividend increases will continue. Fundamentally, it is a strong company. On average a slower growth company, and trades at 40x forward earnings. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

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BUY on WEAKNESS
Absolutely should be on your buy list. Rough start to the year. Core business is tremendous with strong, organic growth. Over time, has become more shareholder friendly. Volatile. Future should provide share buybacks and dividend increases. Reasonable valuation, 18-19x cashflow.
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SELL ON STRENGTH
Not impossible to get a bounce between now and April. But there are better neighbourhoods to focus on. A tough group. Market's moving away from this group to things that have an immediate impact from stronger pricing. No great pricing power.
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DON'T BUY
Model price is $82. Moving sideways, and will keep doing so. Rich valuation. Yield is 1.4%, meager at best. Look farther afield for value. Leave the space alone.
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PARTIAL SELL
If you've made money, take some off the table. He's not 100% sure there's huge upside from here. Quite acquisitive, so they could buy some growth. Big, stable businesses that will perform well over time. Valuation is extreme. Not attractive at these levels.
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PARTIAL SELL
Includes great technology pieces. Not sure what the ceiling or floor is, as a lot is policy and interest rate driven. Dividend not growing at an attractive enough rate. If you've done well, perhaps reduce your position or just hold if you have a big capital gain. Not a buyer at these levels. Better value in other sectors.
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HOLD
They sell database software to healthcare, legal, accounting, and others. Margins have kept ticking higher. Steady grower. Big moat, as the dominant provider of information. As long as it continues to perform, stay with it.
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WATCH
Struggles with this. Earnings have remained largely unmoved from a fundamental point of view. Will acquisitions actually move the needle? Quite expensive for what it is. He's watching, but they'll have to show him the money before he'd be a buyer.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks TRI is a steady eddy operating in a (let's face it) stodgy business, but predictability preserves capital. TRI stock is reliable in that it keeps beating its quarters (the last four by comfortable margins) and trades at a PE of mere 8x. The dividend pays a safe, but modest 1.4%. Read Buying the Dip – A Stock Buying Opportunity for our full analysis.
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HOLD
Great company. Must-have information for legal and tax. Not capital intensive, profitable. Stock's done well. She'd look at it on a pullback. Fully valued right now. Long-term hold. (Analysts’ price target is $141.00)
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BUY on WEAKNESS
They dominate in legal textbooks globally. Their business model is scalable. It's full valued now. She owns only a little of this.
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BUY
The broader transition with unlocking value through content. There will be more users as the economy opens up on their application. This will give the stock a lift. The pay per user on the software is positive. A slow and stable companies with boughts of growth that is acquisition driven. A quality company.
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BUY
Well-managed over the years. They recently sold their stock-information business to Refinitiv, so now have a lot of cash to buy a company if they wish. TRI also supplies legal case histories to lawyers, and this is a growing business.
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Thomson Reuters Corp(TRI-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 5

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 3

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 4

Total Signals / Votes : 12

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On 2022-05-17, Thomson Reuters Corp (TRI-T) stock closed at a price of $123.96.