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BUY
They're in a good industry. They've been expanding in a disciplined manner. The dividend pays over 2%. Price-to-book is around 2.5x, though the PE is a little high. Their ROE is fairly attractive that he expects to grow in coming years. Good managers across their operations. It's trading a little below its intrinsic value. You can buy this five years and do well.
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HOLD
Yield is between 2.6%. An employee benefits provider. A growth industry since companies are more likely to outsources these services. They have expanded successfully to the US. A little expensive currently compared to price to book and ROE. Long term it will do well. If it pulls back 10-15% it would be a buy.
Business Services
HOLD
A human resource company that's fairly defensive. The price has come off some, but has held in well during the pandemic. Anchored by a steady income stream. They grow organically with some acquisitions. A hold. Defensive.
Business Services
HOLD
A corporate service provider. They did well growing in the US. A name that has historically shown good growth and acquisitions. He would continue to hold it even though it has pulled back.
Business Services
BUY
They do benefit plans and pension plan management. They expanded in the US. He thinks there is going to be slow steady grow. Low risk, high quality investment. Solid.
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COMMENT

They've done acquisitions in the US and UK. They own the market in Canada and had to expand beyond. They paid a rich price for their purchaes. Well-managed and is growing its dividend.

Business Services
HOLD

A steady-Eddy stock. Well-diversified. Dividend is fine with a decent yield. Stick with it. They are growing their business through small acquisitions.

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SELL

Is the dividend safe? He has owned it for quite a while and it has never raised the dividend – although they could he feels. They have been selling it at these levels and feels the dividend is safe. He feels there is no headline risk associated to the Finance Minister.

Business Services
BUY

It has been a favourite for him for some time. He bought it for income but it is providing some growth as well. They are overdue to raise their dividend but they are using their cash to grow. He does not mind that. He is buying for new clients. It’s a little rich but he is still buying it because there are some onetime items and the PE ratio is not too bad.

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COMMENT

We are in a market where things that have been working have changed over the last couple of years. When that happens, institutions look at their investment managers to see if they’ve been keeping up or not. Because markets have been going through structural changes and institutions have been going through reallocations, there are lots of searches going on for managers. This company is right in the heart of that business and participates. It has been a pretty good performer and he would have no trouble owning the stock.

Business Services
COMMENT

A pension consultant type of company. It’s a good company and well-managed. This is a competitive business, but the stock has done pretty well this year. Pays a decent dividend and the dividend is fully covered. It’s pretty small for his company. Dividend yield of 3.5%.

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TOP PICK

Valuation is pretty decent, and actually trades at a discount to its US peer group. It is a large player in Canada. Ultimately it should continue to benefit by growing in the US. Has a very decent free cash flow yield. Has a very predictable reoccurring revenue model that will support its earnings growth. (Analysts’ price target is $24.)

Business Services
HOLD

It pays a reasonable dividend. Their business slowed down recently. It is not as attractive as it used to be. It is a fine company. The dividend is safe.

Business Services
BUY

The biggest in pension and administration and outsourcing of HR stuff. It is diversifying into the US. The dividend is quite safe.

Business Services
BUY

Originally started out as a pension benefits consultant, and has moved into EAP (Employee Assistance Program). They are growing their US business. Very stable business, and about 90% of the revenue is recurring. Expects this will continue to grow in the US.

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Morneau Shepell Inc(MSI-T) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 2

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