Aimia

AIM-T

TSE:AIM

3.94
0.04 (1.01%)
Aimia, formerly Groupe Aeroplan, is a data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics company based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
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SELL
SELL
June 20, 2018

Aimia preferred shares: It's run into problems. It'll be difficult going forward. The value was in the Air Canada miles, not Aeroplan. If you own a preferred share that's not paying a yield, then it's distressed. Take a loss.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
June 20, 2018

Aimia preferred shares: It's run into problems. It'll be difficult going forward. The value was in the Air Canada miles, not Aeroplan. If you own a preferred share that's not paying a yield, then it's distressed. Take a loss.

SELL
SELL
August 14, 2017

They are in trouble and can’t pay the dividend. It will be harder for them to make money in the future. He would take a tax loss with this one. They have a lot of problems they have to deal with. A lot of people may decide to cash in their Aeorplan points before they possibly go under.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
August 14, 2017

They are in trouble and can’t pay the dividend. It will be harder for them to make money in the future. He would take a tax loss with this one. They have a lot of problems they have to deal with. A lot of people may decide to cash in their Aeorplan points before they possibly go under.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 27, 2017

He cautions investors not to invest in AIM-T (Aeroplan) because they have only one customer. It could be acquired by a company to integrate into other operations, but he thinks that is speculative.

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July 27, 2017

He cautions investors not to invest in AIM-T (Aeroplan) because they have only one customer. It could be acquired by a company to integrate into other operations, but he thinks that is speculative.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 17, 2017

The runner of the Aeroplan loyalty plan. Whenever a company loses its biggest customer it will impact it. This is not an opportunity to get in.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
July 17, 2017

The runner of the Aeroplan loyalty plan. Whenever a company loses its biggest customer it will impact it. This is not an opportunity to get in.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 8, 2017

He uses it because he uses Aeroplan, but their major client says they will not use it in the future. It is worth seeing how fragmented a customer base is. This is on his watch list still. The company thinks they will recover, but he wonders who will be their customers in the future.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
June 8, 2017

He uses it because he uses Aeroplan, but their major client says they will not use it in the future. It is worth seeing how fragmented a customer base is. This is on his watch list still. The company thinks they will recover, but he wonders who will be their customers in the future.

COMMENT
COMMENT
June 6, 2017

Their Air Canada (AC-T) contract doesn’t expire for another 3 years. They will continue to generate good cash flow from that contract until it ends. The balance sheet is OK, but not pristine and isn’t really that problematic. Even though Air Canada does not represent a big percentage of revenues, flights in and of themselves are a big percentage of their revenues. The true concern here is what do the 2 banks do, which have contracts that expire in 2024. They may look at what Air Canada did and follow their example. That still gives 7 years before it gets to that point. There has been an overreaction on the stock. A very well-managed company. He would call this a Trade rather than an Investment, something you don’t buy and park it for 5 years.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
June 6, 2017

Their Air Canada (AC-T) contract doesn’t expire for another 3 years. They will continue to generate good cash flow from that contract until it ends. The balance sheet is OK, but not pristine and isn’t really that problematic. Even though Air Canada does not represent a big percentage of revenues, flights in and of themselves are a big percentage of their revenues. The true concern here is what do the 2 banks do, which have contracts that expire in 2024. They may look at what Air Canada did and follow their example. That still gives 7 years before it gets to that point. There has been an overreaction on the stock. A very well-managed company. He would call this a Trade rather than an Investment, something you don’t buy and park it for 5 years.

COMMENT
COMMENT
May 11, 2017

Air Canada (AC-T) just decided to bring the loyalty program in-house, and cancelled their contract. He would imagine there will be more redemptions on this. Theoretically this could go to zero.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
May 11, 2017

Air Canada (AC-T) just decided to bring the loyalty program in-house, and cancelled their contract. He would imagine there will be more redemptions on this. Theoretically this could go to zero.

COMMENT
COMMENT
February 7, 2017

This has the Aero plan business with Air Canada (AC-T), and that contract comes up for renewal in 2020. That is a massive part of their business. They are going to have to renegotiate the contract, and one of 2 or 3 things is going to happen. They are going to have to pay Air Canada for the rights to continue, and/or Air Canada is going to take it back. For Air Canada, this is a massive program. Until there is more clarity on that contract, people have to be nervous as to how it is going to turn out.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
February 7, 2017

This has the Aero plan business with Air Canada (AC-T), and that contract comes up for renewal in 2020. That is a massive part of their business. They are going to have to renegotiate the contract, and one of 2 or 3 things is going to happen. They are going to have to pay Air Canada for the rights to continue, and/or Air Canada is going to take it back. For Air Canada, this is a massive program. Until there is more clarity on that contract, people have to be nervous as to how it is going to turn out.

COMMENT
COMMENT
January 20, 2017

The former Aeroplan, originally in Canada and diversified to other countries. The CEO is taking a 4 months medical leave. He has concerns about growth going forward as well as debt levels. Dividend yield of about 9.3%.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
January 20, 2017

The former Aeroplan, originally in Canada and diversified to other countries. The CEO is taking a 4 months medical leave. He has concerns about growth going forward as well as debt levels. Dividend yield of about 9.3%.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 19, 2017

The book value has been steadily heading down for the last 4 years. It has always peaked at 4 times book value, where it is now. It is paying out more than it ought to in a dividend.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
January 19, 2017

The book value has been steadily heading down for the last 4 years. It has always peaked at 4 times book value, where it is now. It is paying out more than it ought to in a dividend.

HOLD
HOLD
December 8, 2016

At this stage, this would be in a holding pattern, because they do have a contract coming up with Air Canada in 2020, and negotiations are underway to renew it. It is yet to be seen whether or not they can apply their model beyond what it traditionally has been. Great dividend.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
December 8, 2016

At this stage, this would be in a holding pattern, because they do have a contract coming up with Air Canada in 2020, and negotiations are underway to renew it. It is yet to be seen whether or not they can apply their model beyond what it traditionally has been. Great dividend.

COMMENT
COMMENT
October 18, 2016

One reason he has not invested in this is that he has had trouble understanding the accounting. They have adjusted EBITDA, and sometimes they adjust the adjusted EBITDA. A very bizarre accounting. Also, the stock has not performed very well technically.

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October 18, 2016

One reason he has not invested in this is that he has had trouble understanding the accounting. They have adjusted EBITDA, and sometimes they adjust the adjusted EBITDA. A very bizarre accounting. Also, the stock has not performed very well technically.

HOLD
HOLD
June 6, 2016

There is a question as to how attractive this can be, given that Air Canada (AC-T) has repeatedly said they want to renegotiate the contract. In the end, he thinks it will be a mutually beneficial solution that comes out. He would wait to see how the renegotiation goes. Dividend yield of 9.05% is very attractive and thinks they have enough cash to keep paying it for a couple of years.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
June 6, 2016

There is a question as to how attractive this can be, given that Air Canada (AC-T) has repeatedly said they want to renegotiate the contract. In the end, he thinks it will be a mutually beneficial solution that comes out. He would wait to see how the renegotiation goes. Dividend yield of 9.05% is very attractive and thinks they have enough cash to keep paying it for a couple of years.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
May 24, 2016

Has a one-year contract with Air Canada (AC-T) and you don’t know if that will be renewed. Be very careful with this. Have a sizable level of debt, and he is not quite sure how the business model will evolve. Despite the potential of a high dividend yield, you have to stay away until there is a resolution of sizable contracts for negotiation.

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Aimia (AIM-T)
May 24, 2016

Has a one-year contract with Air Canada (AC-T) and you don’t know if that will be renewed. Be very careful with this. Have a sizable level of debt, and he is not quite sure how the business model will evolve. Despite the potential of a high dividend yield, you have to stay away until there is a resolution of sizable contracts for negotiation.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 26, 2016

Because of overpayment of dividends, the BV per share has been sliding. Has a terrific yield of 8.7%. The dividend is covered, but barely. Doesn’t like these kinds of companies because it is like the ground is giving out beneath your feet. Has a target of about $7, but it cut through strong support at about $10.

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January 26, 2016

Because of overpayment of dividends, the BV per share has been sliding. Has a terrific yield of 8.7%. The dividend is covered, but barely. Doesn’t like these kinds of companies because it is like the ground is giving out beneath your feet. Has a target of about $7, but it cut through strong support at about $10.

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Aimia(AIM-T) Rating

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On 2020-09-25, Aimia (AIM-T) stock closed at a price of $3.94.