Spinrite Income Fund

SNF.UN-T

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Analysis and Opinions about SNF.UN-T

Signal
Opinion
Expert
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
May 26, 2006
The trends in their business do not look to be turning around anytime soon. They are in a precarious position. Things could get worse before they get better.
The trends in their business do not look to be turning around anytime soon. They are in a precarious position. Things could get worse before they get better.
Ravi Sood
President and Chief Operating Officer, Lawrence Asset Management
Price
$1.550
Owned
No
SELL
SELL
February 25, 2006
Was brought public at the peak of it's earnings. They produce fancy yarn which has a large margin compared to other yarns. But fancy yarn turn out to be a fad so earnings and cash flow has dropped substantially since then.
Was brought public at the peak of it's earnings. They produce fancy yarn which has a large margin compared to other yarns. But fancy yarn turn out to be a fad so earnings and cash flow has dropped substantially since then.
Ben Cheng
President and Chief Investment Officer, Aston Hill Financial Ltd.
Price
$6.350
Owned
No
WAIT
WAIT
December 30, 2005
This is a unique business in yarns. Has guided for lower sales. The were some issues with weather and inventory build would like to see how the inventory issue plays out.
This is a unique business in yarns. Has guided for lower sales. The were some issues with weather and inventory build would like to see how the inventory issue plays out.
Michael Simpson, CFA
Senior Vice-President, Sentry Investments
Price
$6.240
Owned
No
SELL
SELL
December 23, 2005
This one was very strong out of the gate but since then has dropped back. Their business is in yarn and had focused on the higher end materials. It was more of a fad and a lot of inventory was bought last year. Although the demand was still there, there is still a glut of inventory. Recently increased their distributions and are probably paying for it right now.
This one was very strong out of the gate but since then has dropped back. Their business is in yarn and had focused on the higher end materials. It was more of a fad and a lot of inventory was bought last year. Although the demand was still there, there is still a glut of inventory. Recently increased their distributions and are probably paying for it right now.
Robert Lauzon
Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Middlefield Capital Corporation
Price
$6.500
Owned
No
BUY
BUY
April 1, 2005
Strong management team and very strong CEO. Leading position in the industry. Shelf space in retailers like Walmart is expanding.
Strong management team and very strong CEO. Leading position in the industry. Shelf space in retailers like Walmart is expanding.
Dean Orrico
President, Middlefield Capital Corp.
Price
$10.150
Owned
Yes
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