BUY
They are starting to add to it. It is inexpensive and management has done a great job cross marketing brands along with the Canadian Tire brand. They are shareholder friendly with the buying back of shares and increasing of dividends.
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BUY
Competes with WMT, HD, LOW, DOL, Giant Tiger. You're always going to find something there, so provides a good service. Well run. Profitable, around market average or slightly higher. Balance sheet in good shape. Attractive multiple. He'd buy for a long-term hold.
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TRADE
Model price of $174.14, 15% upside. He'd buy it for a trade at this price of around $151. If it broke significantly below $150, he'd sell.
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DON'T BUY
They have a lot more discretionary goods in their mix due to an acquisition, and discretionary spending will weaken as we enter an economic slowdown. Also, consumers have bought a lot of durable goods during Covid. Their e-commerce was terrible before, but is now good. Watch the consumer next year.
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DON'T BUY
He was in a store for the first time in a few years. That's the problem--customers can shop online at other places like Amazon. Or they can visit Costco. In rural areas, people still go to CTC, but not in cities, certainly not as much as in past decades. Online shopping is convenient and fabulous.
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BUY
He just added this. It's a cheap large cap. CTC sold a lot of outdoor furniture, which was a pandemic bump. They did a great job with supply chain management. Their loyalty program gets cross-selling among their businesses--very good. They're very shareholder-friendly by raising the dividend. Same-store sales growth may be less strong vs. last year, but this is priced into the stock.
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DON'T BUY
Did well in pandemic, but worries this may go into reverse. Likes management, dividend, online efforts, business itself. Likes fundamentals, but not the macro. Discretionary spending on durable goods is a lot of what they sell and may get squeezed.
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BUY
The weather is in their favour--a snowy winter. Their valuation is fair, around 10x. Will continue to do well longer-term. It's struggled the last couple years to keep up, but recently has done well. He owns little pure retail, but this is a good bet long term.
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WEAK BUY
Manulife vs. Canadian Tire as a dividend play He nearly made MFC a top pick today. He'd certainly buy. They just hiked their dividend and in the US they offloaded a lot of long-term risk. He through the market would have been more positive about the latter. Pays a 5.5% dividend now. Catalysts are head driven by new managers. He prefers MFC over Canadian Tire which faces rising input costs, lots of competition and weaker management. That said, CT is a decent investment.
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DON'T BUY
Benefited during Covid, as their stores could stay open. Consumers were focused on buying goods then, but are now transitioning to services. Growth is domestic, just in Canada. She's not looking to add it to her portfolio.
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DON'T BUY
Future concerns him. Supply chain issues, cost inflation on goods and labour, massive pull forward in durable goods right now. There are only so many durable goods (such as vacuum cleaners) people need, and then demand drops off. One positive is vehicle repair, but he's firmly on the sidelines.
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BUY

Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. They have survived competition and recessions. They are well positioned. Stock price remains cheap at 11x earnings. The dividend has grown nicely. Balance sheet looks okay with the last quarter showing 30% better than expected on EPS. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

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HOLD
They've been awfully impressive this last year. They have limited growth, being stuck in Canada. Good dividend. If he owned it, he'd hold. Other areas of the market have more upside. One you don't lose sleep over. They have capital to make some kind of acquisition.
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WAIT
Durable goods has had a boom. We are probably past the best point of that. Would be cautious on their YOY trend. This drives the momentum in the stock price. Faster money investors hop on the trend and leaves to push down the price. The dividend has improved and increased at a good pace. There could be an intersection where share prices fall and dividends increase. Start a position when this happens.
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WAIT
Tends to perform well in late January into April, which it did this year. Recent pullback. Well positioned in terms of products. Click and collect set the trend. Hold off right now. During its next seasonality, it should perform well.
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Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd. (A)(CTC.A-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 4

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 3

Total Signals / Votes : 7

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On 2022-12-09, Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd. (A) (CTC.A-T) stock closed at a price of $149.75.