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TSE:BPF.UN

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Safer than a non-royalty stock? They pay out everything they earn at a 13.5% dividend yield. It's sold off sharply, because it is perceived that fast food chains will close down during this outbreak.
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PARTIAL SELL

Pizza is a challenging space and BPF doesn't execute as well as, say, McDonald's. BPF's 3-year chart shows it's still in a downtrend. The current stock bounce is an opportunity to sell, not buy.

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DON'T BUY
There’s a broader industry trend in casual dining. It’s tougher for restaurants to make money. Trends are going towards delivery services and restaurants should use these to be competitive. However, there is a hit on the margin because there isn’t alcohol sales when delivered. Maybe the concept is a little tired.
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DON'T BUY
The concern is the 8.2% yield at 85% payout. It may be sustainable. Earnings estimates have been shaved by 2% in the last 90 days. Growth is forecast to drop. It is 5 times PE to Growth next year so he prefers others.
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DON'T BUY
It pays an 8% yield but has fallen more than that the past year. The trend says lower lows and lower highs. Not attractive. It's approaching and reacting to its 200-day moving average.
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DON'T BUY
It was one of the original restaurant royalty income companies. They have expanded quite rapidly. Their same store sales growth has been slowing and their payout ratio is slightly over 100%. He prefers to own the whole company and see it reinvesting in the business.
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DON'T BUY
It is an okay company but same store sales growth is anemic. He prefers AW.UN-T. BPF.UN-T is okay for income but not for growth.
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DON'T BUY

He has a small short on this. He is not worried about the sustainability of the dividend as this used to trade as a royalty income fund as all the cash flow is paid as dividends. Overall he sees mid-sized Canadian consumer companies at risk in general, especially if the real estate market rolls over. Yield 7%.

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COMMENT

Good distribution. His main concern is that this would be a little more sensitive to an economic downturn because receipts for company like this are going to be higher than something like an A&W. He would be fine with this holding. 6.2% dividend yield.

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HOLD

Pizza companies do have different structures. Sometimes they are owners, and sometimes they are franchises. He thinks this is a good, long term hold. Good dividend.

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BUY

(Market Call Minute.) He likes the restaurant business. (See Top Picks.)

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HOLD

(Market Call Minute.) If it pulled back, it would be something he would add to.

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BUY

This is a pretty good entry point. If you can be patient, pick away at it through the summer, which might be a good way to accumulate a position.

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COMMENT

Boston Pizza Royalties (BPF.UN-T) or Brookfield Property Partners (BPY.UN-T)? 2 very disparate companies. This one has a very strong yield. As a royalty, it pays out a lot of its earnings back to investors, while the other has not as big a dividend, but has more room to grow it. He would tend to own the one that has the opportunity to grow its earnings, which is probably going to win most of the time. If he had to pick one of the 2, he would go with Brookfield.

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PARTIAL SELL

It is difficult to predict where the consumer is going to channel their preferences. With a slowdown, consumer sensitive stocks have more risk than they ever have. He would consider trimming your position.

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Boston Pizza Royalties(BPF.UN-T) Rating

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Boston Pizza Royalties is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol BPF.UN-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BPF.UN-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:BPF.UN or BPF.UN-T

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On 2021-09-24, Boston Pizza Royalties (BPF.UN-T) stock closed at a price of $13.62.