Chorus Aviation Inc

CHR-T

TSE:CHR

2.89
0.03 (1.03%)
Chorus Aviation is a Canadian holding company which has controlled regional and charter airline operator Jazz Aviation LP from 31 December 2010. These services normally operate under the brand names Air Canada Express and Jazz Charters.
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TOP PICK
TOP PICK
January 14, 2019
With today's big Air Canada deal, investors will completely look upon CHR different. CHR's 7% dividend will be rock-solid safe. He likes this a lot. He sees a $10-12 target. (Analysts’ price target is $9.14)
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With today's big Air Canada deal, investors will completely look upon CHR different. CHR's 7% dividend will be rock-solid safe. He likes this a lot. He sees a $10-12 target. (Analysts’ price target is $9.14)
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WAIT
January 10, 2019
The industrial sector is coming into seasonality at the end of January. This year the risk/reward is pretty good. It should start to move up by the beginning of February. If this one is not doing something then, then there something specific to this stock that has to be worked through.
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The industrial sector is coming into seasonality at the end of January. This year the risk/reward is pretty good. It should start to move up by the beginning of February. If this one is not doing something then, then there something specific to this stock that has to be worked through.
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December 12, 2018
It has pulled back in price more than he expected. Their Air Canada billable hours should have kept their revenues fairly steady and jet fuel prices have been falling. He thinks the market is concerned over next year's negotiations over billable hours. Their leasing business is expected to continue to be strong. He is watching it now and believes the attractive dividend is safe. (Analysts’ price target is $9.25)
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Chorus Aviation Inc (CHR-T)
December 12, 2018
It has pulled back in price more than he expected. Their Air Canada billable hours should have kept their revenues fairly steady and jet fuel prices have been falling. He thinks the market is concerned over next year's negotiations over billable hours. Their leasing business is expected to continue to be strong. He is watching it now and believes the attractive dividend is safe. (Analysts’ price target is $9.25)
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November 23, 2018
Seasonally, Nov.18-Feb.23 is the best time to buy/hold this. Lately, it's had a downturn, but resisting its 200-day moving average. It's holding the middle of its down-trend channel. He wants it to hold support. Stay away for now, but maybe buy soon.
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November 23, 2018
Seasonally, Nov.18-Feb.23 is the best time to buy/hold this. Lately, it's had a downturn, but resisting its 200-day moving average. It's holding the middle of its down-trend channel. He wants it to hold support. Stay away for now, but maybe buy soon.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
November 21, 2018
This is a regional airline spun out by Air Canada. They still have a relationship with Air Canada. However, he prefers Air Canada to Chorus.
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Chorus Aviation Inc (CHR-T)
November 21, 2018
This is a regional airline spun out by Air Canada. They still have a relationship with Air Canada. However, he prefers Air Canada to Chorus.
HOLD
HOLD
October 29, 2018

Mostly Air Canada's primary client. It's pulled back with the market. Pays a nice yield. They've re-signed with Air Canada, so previous risk is now gone. He's not a fan of airlines. Hold it. The dividend is safe.

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Mostly Air Canada's primary client. It's pulled back with the market. Pays a nice yield. They've re-signed with Air Canada, so previous risk is now gone. He's not a fan of airlines. Hold it. The dividend is safe.

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TOP PICK
October 23, 2018

It has pulled back. They run the regional flights for Air Canada. The interesting part is that they are starting a leasing business. They pass through all their fuel cost to Air Canada, so they don’t get impacted by the raising price of oil. Yield of 7.1%. They have great franchises.

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It has pulled back. They run the regional flights for Air Canada. The interesting part is that they are starting a leasing business. They pass through all their fuel cost to Air Canada, so they don’t get impacted by the raising price of oil. Yield of 7.1%. They have great franchises.

BUY
BUY
October 3, 2018

He thinks the dividend is safe. It is the regional airline for Air Canada. They raised money to deploy into the leasing business. He thinks it is undervalued and should trade over $8 per share. Yield 6.5%.

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He thinks the dividend is safe. It is the regional airline for Air Canada. They raised money to deploy into the leasing business. He thinks it is undervalued and should trade over $8 per share. Yield 6.5%.

BUY
BUY
September 19, 2018

He runs income orientated portfolios and likes the dividend on this and sees good growth. He sees some concern post 2020 when their deal with Air Canada Jazz ends. A great cash business and they are expanding their business beyond Air Canada. A great contrarian name. Yield 6.3%.

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September 19, 2018

He runs income orientated portfolios and likes the dividend on this and sees good growth. He sees some concern post 2020 when their deal with Air Canada Jazz ends. A great cash business and they are expanding their business beyond Air Canada. A great contrarian name. Yield 6.3%.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 13, 2018

Shares have done well. They depend long-term contracts wth Air Canada, and these contracts support their heavy debt. But what happens if things go wrong with Air Canada, given all this debt? He's on the sidelines here.

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Chorus Aviation Inc (CHR-T)
September 13, 2018

Shares have done well. They depend long-term contracts wth Air Canada, and these contracts support their heavy debt. But what happens if things go wrong with Air Canada, given all this debt? He's on the sidelines here.

HOLD
HOLD
July 12, 2018

Their biggest client is Air Canada. He thinks there is a good base for the company in the medium term. They are continuing to do reasonable well. Definitely worth owning for the income.

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Their biggest client is Air Canada. He thinks there is a good base for the company in the medium term. They are continuing to do reasonable well. Definitely worth owning for the income.

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PAST TOP PICK
July 6, 2018

(A Top Pick March 30, 2017. Up 4%). This is an example of a high-quality stock that has sold off as the market has chased growth. Airlines have been under pressure because oil prices have been rising. However Chorus doesn’t have this problem. They have no currency exposure or fuel exposure. They are purely an operator on a pass-through basis. They own the planes (JAZZ) but Air Canada owns the routes and subcontracts capacity to Chorus. As long as Air Canada is flying, Chorus makes its margin on the hours flown. They have a high dividend but only a 37% payout ratio. They trade with a high return on equity and are very cheap. They did an equity deal a few months ago that weighed on the stock, but they did it to grow their leasing business. There is no good reason for the declining price of this stock.

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(A Top Pick March 30, 2017. Up 4%). This is an example of a high-quality stock that has sold off as the market has chased growth. Airlines have been under pressure because oil prices have been rising. However Chorus doesn’t have this problem. They have no currency exposure or fuel exposure. They are purely an operator on a pass-through basis. They own the planes (JAZZ) but Air Canada owns the routes and subcontracts capacity to Chorus. As long as Air Canada is flying, Chorus makes its margin on the hours flown. They have a high dividend but only a 37% payout ratio. They trade with a high return on equity and are very cheap. They did an equity deal a few months ago that weighed on the stock, but they did it to grow their leasing business. There is no good reason for the declining price of this stock.

HOLD
HOLD
July 5, 2018

It is the most misunderstood company out there. It got tanked along with the airlines but they have a contract that is almost like a take or pay. They get paid to have the plane in service where there is a bum in the seat or not. They suffered where they did an issue while the stock was going down and people are not patient with them. He thinks the dividend is okay and is a good one. He thinks it is a contrarian name where you get paid while you wait.

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It is the most misunderstood company out there. It got tanked along with the airlines but they have a contract that is almost like a take or pay. They get paid to have the plane in service where there is a bum in the seat or not. They suffered where they did an issue while the stock was going down and people are not patient with them. He thinks the dividend is okay and is a good one. He thinks it is a contrarian name where you get paid while you wait.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 4, 2018

A regional airline which is 100% dependent on Air Canada (AC-T) for its business. He is a long term investor, but does not like airlines for this type of investment. With oil prices and wages going up, he really would stay away.

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A regional airline which is 100% dependent on Air Canada (AC-T) for its business. He is a long term investor, but does not like airlines for this type of investment. With oil prices and wages going up, he really would stay away.

BUY
BUY
June 25, 2018

It's coming off a rare sell-off. Volumes are good and starting to rise where it's held before. Buy or hold.

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It's coming off a rare sell-off. Volumes are good and starting to rise where it's held before. Buy or hold.

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