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BUY
recession proof? The KSU purchase is under review. If it is approved, it will benefit CP. Rails are more defensive within transportation (you can't easily build rails). Also, rails have been able to pass price increases through. She owns CN and CP.
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WAIT
Run extremely well. Quality. Valuation is sky-high, well above long-term averages.
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BUY
He owns both Canadian rails. CP is completing Kansas City Southern deal. Likes it for extending their network to Mexico and the Gulf. Good synergies. CN has better assets, but CP is operating their network better. This may have changed in the last quarter, though. Good to own either.
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HOLD
Hold in a recession? Economically sensitive. Pickup in activity over the last few months has been positive. This can be unstable in the current environment. Good to hold on to as long as you have a long-term view. Not a good hold for under a year. He'd need to see a discount of 10-20% before adding.
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BUY
CP vs. CNR 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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COMMENT
Company has held its value fairly well in the market selloff. Supply chain within North America becoming very important with global tensions. Nature of business creates a stable/reliable business. History of company has endowed company with excellent assets (legacy railways).
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BUY
CP vs. CNR For growth, CP gets the nod. Acquisition will build out their route and help growth. Valuations are comparable, around 20x earnings.
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BUY
Company has huge pricing power and diversified business. Well positioned company going into the future. Recent acquisition will allow exposure all the way to Mexico. Would recommend buying as a long term hold for investors.
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BUY
Best in class operator. Railway business under pressure given supply chain concerns, however not a major worry. Long term - company is lifeblood of Canadian economy. Continues to be one of largest holdings in portfolio. Well managed company that expects to continue to preform well.
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HOLD
Great business, better than trucking. Good growth with KSU acquisition, but the risk is in the execution. Good pricing power. He owns CNR.
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BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks CPR split 5-for-1 on May 14, 2021. Since then, shares have edged up only 2.6%, but have popped more than $10 since the Russian war began on February 24. CP trades at a 23.82x PE and pays a 0.78% dividend. Currently, CP is trading right below $100 and is making new 52-week highs. It has jumped $10 since the war began. Given all the market volatility, wait for CP to dip before adding or entering. At the same time, don't expect explosive growth here. This is a long-term story. Read 3 Stock Splits to Watch for our full analysis.
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HOLD
Railroads are doing excellently. Economy in NA is very strong. Excellent businesses. He'd want to see how the leverage ratio plays out with the KSU acquisition. If the deal closes, CP would be the growth story, and it might be the better one. He owns CNR instead.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
Debt is manageable. Acquisition of KSU is transformative, as CP will be the only Class 1 railroad that runs from Canada through the US to Mexico. Lots of opportunities. Likely to see earnings upgrades over the next 2-3 years. Rough start to the year, but he'd add on a meaningful pullback.
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BUY
Company is well positioned going forward. Current share price is presenting good buying opportunity. Expecting strong financial results in 2022. Tremendous upside potential in share price.
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BUY
Believes exposure to Canadian railroads is a good idea. Recent supply chain constraints shows value of railways. Will look to own more shares in company.
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Canadian Pacific Rail(CP-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 28

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 6

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 3

Total Signals / Votes : 37

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On 2022-09-26, Canadian Pacific Rail (CP-T) stock closed at a price of $94.25.