BUY
Now into late April is CNR's seasonality, as in 2022. The chart shows an ascending triangle in the past year, which is bullish. Could see a breakout.
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BUY
Likes company and owns shares in company. Very high value in assets (hard to build new ones). Shares have consistently out performed TSX. Strong balance sheet and financials.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
Even if downturn, earnings should hold up better because it's an oligopoly. Necessary form of transportation to global trade. Valuations are higher than US peers. Wait for a pullback.
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HOLD
Legacy hold. Fantastic chart. Would never want to be forced to sell. Technically, the market's seeing a lot of shenanigans over the last 2 weeks where the market comes under pressure and then there's late-day buying. Big institutional money managers are flushing out weak hands, and we'll likely rally until mid-February. If you have to sell, wait till the end of the month as there will be more upside.
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BUY
An especially consistent outperformer of the TSX in down markets. Unlike US rails, which tend to fluctuate more with the industrials. You think demand softens, but it finds ways to earn its way. Performing quite well and outperforming YTD. Likes medium and longer term.
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BUY
He's owned CN for years. They've struggled recently and have a new CEO. CN's network has the continent covered, so he prefers CN over CP.
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BUY
If economic slowdown, why not reflected in stock price? Slowdown is being reflected, but not in the Canadian rails. CNR and CP are up YTD, whereas US rails are down mid-teens or worse. Canadian industrial sandbox doesn't have the breadth and diversity of the US. US investors are finding better ideas elsewhere in their own sandbox. CNR under new management, optimizing prices. Booking record profits, will probably slow in 2023. Typically performs better than market averages in bear markets.
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BUY
Gotta love the Canadian railroads, profit machines. Benefiting from gigantic grain harvest. New CEO doing an amazing job, operating ratio down, buying back stock, tailwinds from fuel surcharges and lower CAD, economy is doing pretty well. No recession today, and if there's no recession, CNR will do fine.
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DON'T BUY
CNR vs. CP Not supposed to invest in transports on the precipice of a downturn. They've come down, but not that much. Wouldn't buy CNR based on valuation relative to growth rate. CP's acquisition is an amazing catalyst and how that will pay off. On price to growth, CP is compelling, but wait for selling pressure.
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WEAK BUY
Sell CN to buy CP? Both have done very well this year. But this sector will get hit in a recession. If you really like CP, this move is fine. Interesting question. It comes down which rail you prefer. He prefers CN.
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BUY
Thinks is a great business. Nature of railways ensures good business performance. Sector will continue to do well. Is a good investment for long term investors.
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BUY
National transportation will remain strong. Legacy assets that are hard to replicate a strength for company. Would recommend buying.
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HOLD
Doing something that many companies are not able to do, which is to pass on higher costs. Still have to be careful where the economy is going, possible deceleration, and how much you want to have in the industrial/transport space. Company is predicting profit will rise 15-20% this year, but in the current climate, hard to see if they'll meet those expectations.
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HOLD
Massive barriers to entry, strong moat. Good pricing power in the right environment. More environmentally friendly than trucking. Should do well over the next little while. Oil transportation will continue to be a reasonable part of their business.
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BUY
CNR vs. CP Rails look good here with the pullback. When the economy gets going again, they'll both do OK. Both have lots of room to go up.
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Canadian National R.R.(CNR-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 17

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 5

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 3

Total Signals / Votes : 25

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On 2023-01-27, Canadian National R.R. (CNR-T) stock closed at a price of $157.51.