Tiffany & Co. New

TIF-N

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Tiffany & Company is an American luxury jewelry and specialty retailer, headquartered in New York City.
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Analysis and Opinions about TIF-N

Signal
Opinion
Expert
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 11, 2019
Investors buy luxury stocks at the bottom of a recession, because the rich part of a population hold up much better in a recession. Now is not a good time to enter luxury stocks. There's nothing wrong with Tiffany per se, but now is not the time and TIF is slightly exposed to China, which is another risk.
Investors buy luxury stocks at the bottom of a recession, because the rich part of a population hold up much better in a recession. Now is not a good time to enter luxury stocks. There's nothing wrong with Tiffany per se, but now is not the time and TIF is slightly exposed to China, which is another risk.
Darren Sissons
Vice President and Partner, Campbell Lee & Ross
Price
$92.090
Owned
Unknown
WATCH
WATCH
January 22, 2016

Recently reported earnings which were lower on a number of factors. A higher US$ impacted tourism spending in the US. Have most of their stores in the US. Just announced a share buyback. As the US$ stayed high, he worried about their continued earnings growth, but it has actually come down. You may want to watch for the next earnings before getting back in. Dividend yield of 2.6%.

Tiffany & Co. New (TIF-N)
January 22, 2016

Recently reported earnings which were lower on a number of factors. A higher US$ impacted tourism spending in the US. Have most of their stores in the US. Just announced a share buyback. As the US$ stayed high, he worried about their continued earnings growth, but it has actually come down. You may want to watch for the next earnings before getting back in. Dividend yield of 2.6%.

Michael Simpson, CFA
Senior Vice-President, Sentry Investments
Price
$61.650
Owned
No
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 21, 2016

It has been a tough, tough time because of the strength of the US dollar. Last week they released disappointing earnings. Longer term it is a good company, well managed and gaining market share. He would shy away while the US$ is the dominant currency.

Tiffany & Co. New (TIF-N)
January 21, 2016

It has been a tough, tough time because of the strength of the US dollar. Last week they released disappointing earnings. Longer term it is a good company, well managed and gaining market share. He would shy away while the US$ is the dominant currency.

Gordon Reid
President, GoodReid Investment Counsel
Price
$61.050
Owned
Unknown
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
October 6, 2015

No earnings growth and a stiff multiple. There are better places to put your capital. There is a wall of sellers.

No earnings growth and a stiff multiple. There are better places to put your capital. There is a wall of sellers.

Cameron Hurst
Chief Investment Officer, Equium Capital Management
Price
$79.860
Owned
Unknown
COMMENT
COMMENT
January 13, 2015

Has never owned this. The stock tends to do really well when the economy is booming. Stock has fallen back and she is not sure why, but it may have something to do with the Japanese economy being weaker which would have reduced sales. It is probably not an inherent problem. This tends to be a higher multiple stock, and if they don’t meet expectations, it pulls back.

Tiffany & Co. New (TIF-N)
January 13, 2015

Has never owned this. The stock tends to do really well when the economy is booming. Stock has fallen back and she is not sure why, but it may have something to do with the Japanese economy being weaker which would have reduced sales. It is probably not an inherent problem. This tends to be a higher multiple stock, and if they don’t meet expectations, it pulls back.

Christine Poole
CEO & Managing Director, GlobeInvest Capital Management
Price
$86.300
Owned
No
COMMENT
COMMENT
October 28, 2014

This would have a seasonal pattern similar to the retail sector, which tends to do well coming into Black Friday. Most diamonds tend to be consumed at this time of year. You want to get in before that starts to happens, before consumption starts taking place. Technically that would be right about now. Chart shows it is heading down so he would wait until it showed some signs of strength. Seasonally, this would be the period for that.

Tiffany & Co. New (TIF-N)
October 28, 2014

This would have a seasonal pattern similar to the retail sector, which tends to do well coming into Black Friday. Most diamonds tend to be consumed at this time of year. You want to get in before that starts to happens, before consumption starts taking place. Technically that would be right about now. Chart shows it is heading down so he would wait until it showed some signs of strength. Seasonally, this would be the period for that.

Brooke Thackray
Research Analyst, Horizons ETFs (Canada) Inc.
Price
$94.740
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
April 8, 2014

Estee Lauder (EL-N) or Tiffany & Company (TIF-N)? 2 very different companies and you would invest in each of them for different reasons. This one is a fantastic retailer and more of a valuation story than anything else. Really likes the profile of the company and what it is doing. Expansion into Asian economies as well as further expansion into the US and broadening its product line is going to be the trend for them. At these levels, it could be a core holding if you like the luxury sector.

Estee Lauder (EL-N) or Tiffany & Company (TIF-N)? 2 very different companies and you would invest in each of them for different reasons. This one is a fantastic retailer and more of a valuation story than anything else. Really likes the profile of the company and what it is doing. Expansion into Asian economies as well as further expansion into the US and broadening its product line is going to be the trend for them. At these levels, it could be a core holding if you like the luxury sector.

Brian Huen
Managing Partner, Red Sky Capital Management
Price
$86.410
Owned
No
COMMENT
COMMENT
July 10, 2013

Likes the luxury area. When you are talking about emerging markets, specifically China, moving from more of an infrastructure to a consumption story, this is one of those names that you want to look at. Trading at 21X earnings with a low double-digit long-term growth rate. On his radar right now but in the consumer space he prefers others.

Likes the luxury area. When you are talking about emerging markets, specifically China, moving from more of an infrastructure to a consumption story, this is one of those names that you want to look at. Trading at 21X earnings with a low double-digit long-term growth rate. On his radar right now but in the consumer space he prefers others.

Stan Wong
Director & Portfolio Manager, Private Wealth Management, ScotiaMcleod
Price
$75.900
Owned
No
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
May 31, 2013

Luxury goods sector has been the big outperformer among the retailers, while the middle American stocks get absolutely whacked. The real question is how much more expensive jewellery can people buy as well as how much more the international expansion can continue, as this obviously has been a big driver. Not cheap. When you get an economic pull back, people are less willing to spend on conspicuous consumption, even when they can afford to.

Luxury goods sector has been the big outperformer among the retailers, while the middle American stocks get absolutely whacked. The real question is how much more expensive jewellery can people buy as well as how much more the international expansion can continue, as this obviously has been a big driver. Not cheap. When you get an economic pull back, people are less willing to spend on conspicuous consumption, even when they can afford to.

Gavin Graham
Trustee, Pointbreak ETFs
Price
$77.780
Owned
No
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
May 16, 2013

2009 was the trough, or the worst year ever. Luxury spending is starting to rise again. They are trying to expand into the emerging markets as well. They are under penetrated in the emerging countries. We have things like the Walmarts in the emerging sectors, but not the luxury areas.

2009 was the trough, or the worst year ever. Luxury spending is starting to rise again. They are trying to expand into the emerging markets as well. They are under penetrated in the emerging countries. We have things like the Walmarts in the emerging sectors, but not the luxury areas.

Stan Wong
Director & Portfolio Manager, Private Wealth Management, ScotiaMcleod
Price
$76.490
Owned
No
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 13, 2012

(A Top Pick Oct 19/11. Down 8.89%.) Got stopped out of a lot of his holdings at $68 in April but still holds some for his most aggressive clients. Long-term, this company is going to do very, very well from what is happening in China. Chinese consumer coming into the middle class wealthier area. Long-term expected growth rate is 12%-15%.

Tiffany & Co. New (TIF-N)
September 13, 2012

(A Top Pick Oct 19/11. Down 8.89%.) Got stopped out of a lot of his holdings at $68 in April but still holds some for his most aggressive clients. Long-term, this company is going to do very, very well from what is happening in China. Chinese consumer coming into the middle class wealthier area. Long-term expected growth rate is 12%-15%.

Stan Wong
Director & Portfolio Manager, Private Wealth Management, ScotiaMcleod
Price
$63.980
Owned
Yes
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 12, 2012
She has no exposure to that space. Stock had off because last quarter did not go that well and they guided down. Foreign markets are big buyers of luxury goods. Not a space she wants to enter right now.
She has no exposure to that space. Stock had off because last quarter did not go that well and they guided down. Foreign markets are big buyers of luxury goods. Not a space she wants to enter right now.
Christine Poole
CEO & Managing Director, GlobeInvest Capital Management
Price
$55.530
Owned
No
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 19, 2011
Continue to do well because the wealthy continue to spend. Strong international expansion especially in China. Can continue to increase prices. Growth is over 50% long term.
Tiffany & Co. New (TIF-N)
October 19, 2011
Continue to do well because the wealthy continue to spend. Strong international expansion especially in China. Can continue to increase prices. Growth is over 50% long term.
Stan Wong
Director & Portfolio Manager, Private Wealth Management, ScotiaMcleod
Price
$71.160
Owned
Yes
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
July 19, 2011
Next year is there 175th anniversary so there would be a love of marketing going on. The high-end consumer is still spending.
Next year is there 175th anniversary so there would be a love of marketing going on. The high-end consumer is still spending.
Mike S. Newton, CIM FCSI
Director & Portfolio Manager, Scotia Wealth Management
Price
$83.820
Owned
Yes
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
February 9, 2009
Companies that recover from a recession first are 1) suppliers of necessities such as pipelines, telcos and utilities 2) blue-chip banks, insurers 3) consumer durables and 4) finally consumer luxuries.
Tiffany & Co. New (TIF-N)
February 9, 2009
Companies that recover from a recession first are 1) suppliers of necessities such as pipelines, telcos and utilities 2) blue-chip banks, insurers 3) consumer durables and 4) finally consumer luxuries.
David Baskin
President, Baskin Wealth Management
Price
$22.750
Owned
No
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