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Canadian Pacific Rail

CP-T

TSE:CP

90.29
0.53 (0.58%)
The Canadian Pacific Railway, also known formerly as CP Rail between 1968 and 1996, is a historic Canadian Class I railroad incorporated in 1881.
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Analysis and Opinions about CP-T

Signal
Opinion
Expert
Chart
COMMENT
COMMENT
July 27, 2021

CN vs. CP Easy. Go with CN. Latest news is a letter saying that the merger with KSU is not in the public interest. If the merger happens, it will be accretive long-term. If not, CN remains attractive, trading at 18x 2023 earnings while growing at 11%. At times, he's a CP guy, but here he'd pick CNR. [Note: some audio problems]

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CN vs. CP Easy. Go with CN. Latest news is a letter saying that the merger with KSU is not in the public interest. If the merger happens, it will be accretive long-term. If not, CN remains attractive, trading at 18x 2023 earnings while growing at 11%. At times, he's a CP guy, but here he'd pick CNR. [Note: some audio problems]

Greg Newman
Price
$90.550
Owned
Unknown
HOLD
HOLD
July 22, 2021

CP vs. CNR Owns CNR. Numbers positive over the last little while, but the KSU acquisition may hamper them going into next year, with the stock moving sideways. Rail industry as a whole is great: limited competition, hard to duplicate, good pricing power, sweet spot of transportation. KSU acquisition will enhance CNR's business. Forest fires are affecting the backlog, but this is short term.

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CP vs. CNR Owns CNR. Numbers positive over the last little while, but the KSU acquisition may hamper them going into next year, with the stock moving sideways. Rail industry as a whole is great: limited competition, hard to duplicate, good pricing power, sweet spot of transportation. KSU acquisition will enhance CNR's business. Forest fires are affecting the backlog, but this is short term.

BUY
BUY
July 1, 2021
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks CP boasts steady revenues and a slightly lower PE than CN at 24.34x vs. 26.47x. Also, CP's stock has risen while CN's has slid since KSU signalled it's preference for CN bid. In fact, CP has leapt 52% since my original call (excluding the current 0.8% dividend). Year to date, CP has climbed over 9% while CP has underperformed at -7.4%. CN has won the war long-term, but CP has claimed the short-term victory. Read Looking back after 100 weeks of Hot TSX Stocks: BAM, Rails, Garbage for our full analysis.
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Allan Tong’s Discover Picks CP boasts steady revenues and a slightly lower PE than CN at 24.34x vs. 26.47x. Also, CP's stock has risen while CN's has slid since KSU signalled it's preference for CN bid. In fact, CP has leapt 52% since my original call (excluding the current 0.8% dividend). Year to date, CP has climbed over 9% while CP has underperformed at -7.4%. CN has won the war long-term, but CP has claimed the short-term victory. Read Looking back after 100 weeks of Hot TSX Stocks: BAM, Rails, Garbage for our full analysis.
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
June 7, 2021
East-west rail lines. Their recent acquisition failure means they don't have access to Mexico. About 27 times earnings. It is probably a little rich. Monitor it and if it takes a nose dive then it is a time to step in.
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East-west rail lines. Their recent acquisition failure means they don't have access to Mexico. About 27 times earnings. It is probably a little rich. Monitor it and if it takes a nose dive then it is a time to step in.
David Driscoll
Price
$96.930
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
June 3, 2021

Good time to own all the rails. Supply chain bottlenecks. Developed world is flush with cash, and they're buying stuff. Trades at 23x earnings, on par with peers. Consolation prize from the KSU failed deal, which could come back to shareholders. Good, steady double-digit or high single-digit growth.

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Good time to own all the rails. Supply chain bottlenecks. Developed world is flush with cash, and they're buying stuff. Trades at 23x earnings, on par with peers. Consolation prize from the KSU failed deal, which could come back to shareholders. Good, steady double-digit or high single-digit growth.

Brian Madden
Price
$98.560
Owned
No
HOLD
HOLD
May 27, 2021

Rails are oligopolies, just like pipelines. Rail is the cheapest way to ship a lot of goods. They'll remain solidly profitable. He has no worries about the CN acquisition.

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Rails are oligopolies, just like pipelines. Rail is the cheapest way to ship a lot of goods. They'll remain solidly profitable. He has no worries about the CN acquisition.

Lorne Steinberg
Price
$98.390
Owned
Unknown
WAIT
WAIT
May 26, 2021

Not the time to buy. It got outmaneuvered with the KSU deal. He's not worried they'll struggle without KSU. He's worried they'll go and do something that makes less sense only to prove that the acquisition path is the right way forward. Wait for 4-6 months. He prefers CN.

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Not the time to buy. It got outmaneuvered with the KSU deal. He's not worried they'll struggle without KSU. He's worried they'll go and do something that makes less sense only to prove that the acquisition path is the right way forward. Wait for 4-6 months. He prefers CN.

Kevin Burkett
Price
$98.420
Owned
No
HOLD
HOLD
May 20, 2021
CP vs. CNR Takeover is in the hands of the US Commerce Dept. KCU will be a huge benefit to the acquirer, as it links Mexico to the Canadian-US system. Both are fine holdings for investors who want solid, but low, long-term returns. Returns might grow a little faster than GDP.
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CP vs. CNR Takeover is in the hands of the US Commerce Dept. KCU will be a huge benefit to the acquirer, as it links Mexico to the Canadian-US system. Both are fine holdings for investors who want solid, but low, long-term returns. Returns might grow a little faster than GDP.
Bruce Murray
Price
$97.740
Owned
No
WAIT
WAIT
May 19, 2021

Will benefit from the recovery. High barriers to entry. Trading at 18x, the higher end of a 10-year valuation range. More expensive than CNR. First wants to see the outcome of the bidding war for KSU. CP seems to be the best fit, but it's up to KSU.

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Will benefit from the recovery. High barriers to entry. Trading at 18x, the higher end of a 10-year valuation range. More expensive than CNR. First wants to see the outcome of the bidding war for KSU. CP seems to be the best fit, but it's up to KSU.

Stan Wong
Price
$95.100
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
May 18, 2021

Share declines are due to its bid for Kansas City Southern. Rating agencies have downgraded CP because CP will take on debt to buy KCS. However, CN has offered a higher bid that KCS prefers. CP's valuation is now more attractive than its American peers. Whether CP wins KCS are not, CP will benefit from the reopening.

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Share declines are due to its bid for Kansas City Southern. Rating agencies have downgraded CP because CP will take on debt to buy KCS. However, CN has offered a higher bid that KCS prefers. CP's valuation is now more attractive than its American peers. Whether CP wins KCS are not, CP will benefit from the reopening.

Christine Poole
Price
$93.550
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
May 12, 2021

Better suited to do the KSU deal than CN. Great things about rail are high barriers to entry, good pricing power, limited by rational competition, good volume growth means better margins and cashflow. Great industry to be in. KSU deal may take a long time, but will help the winner's bottom line. He owns CN instead.

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Better suited to do the KSU deal than CN. Great things about rail are high barriers to entry, good pricing power, limited by rational competition, good volume growth means better margins and cashflow. Great industry to be in. KSU deal may take a long time, but will help the winner's bottom line. He owns CN instead.

Paul Harris, CFA
Price
$476.800
Owned
No
COMMENT
COMMENT
May 11, 2021

CN vs. CP The transports are close to their highs as volumes are hitting historic highs. He can't choose one over the other until the Kansas City Southern deal is complete. Who will win? IF you hold a position in either, just hold and wait. If you don't own at all, then maybe buy a small position in both. Then after the deal, trim the loser and increase the winner.

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CN vs. CP The transports are close to their highs as volumes are hitting historic highs. He can't choose one over the other until the Kansas City Southern deal is complete. Who will win? IF you hold a position in either, just hold and wait. If you don't own at all, then maybe buy a small position in both. Then after the deal, trim the loser and increase the winner.

Bruce Campbell (2)
Price
$479.235
Owned
Unknown
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 26, 2021

CP-T and CNR-T bid on KSU-N. The bidding war for KSU-N. CP-T and CNR-T are locked into a bidding war. CP-T shareholders want CP-T to push this a bit so they can get it. He does not think CNR-T shareholders are as much in favor of the bid. He does not have a horse in the race, but he thinks CP-T will raise their bid a little. CP-T would benefit more with this US exposure, but CNR-T might have more pure synergies. He is watching it play out from the sidelines.

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CP-T and CNR-T bid on KSU-N. The bidding war for KSU-N. CP-T and CNR-T are locked into a bidding war. CP-T shareholders want CP-T to push this a bit so they can get it. He does not think CNR-T shareholders are as much in favor of the bid. He does not have a horse in the race, but he thinks CP-T will raise their bid a little. CP-T would benefit more with this US exposure, but CNR-T might have more pure synergies. He is watching it play out from the sidelines.

Jamie Murray
Price
$460.010
Owned
No
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 22, 2021
Transports within industrials have been great performers. Great way to play the economic cycle. Bottlenecks in logistics getting product to market. Global stimulus should see an economic boom. Rails have a great business model, and CP in particular looks attractive. KSU deal would be additive to earnings. If they don't win, stock price will go up. If they do win, should do well. Dividend has grown about 20% a year for the last 5 years. Yield is 0.83%. (Analysts’ price target is $510.30)
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Transports within industrials have been great performers. Great way to play the economic cycle. Bottlenecks in logistics getting product to market. Global stimulus should see an economic boom. Rails have a great business model, and CP in particular looks attractive. KSU deal would be additive to earnings. If they don't win, stock price will go up. If they do win, should do well. Dividend has grown about 20% a year for the last 5 years. Yield is 0.83%. (Analysts’ price target is $510.30)
David Burrows
Price
$458.390
Owned
Yes
HOLD
HOLD
April 1, 2021

CP rail still moves a fair bit of thermal coal, which is decreasing. CNR gets more of its revenue from metallurgical coal, which is increasing. Both provide only a small portion of revenues. They also move chemicals, lumber, autos. If you're betting on worldwide economic recovery for many years, as he is, you have to own the railroads. He's a bit nervous about the acquisition of KCS, but if that goes through, could be terrific. Incredible performers over the long term, and no reason this will stop. He owns CNR, but would have no problem holding CP. Keep holding.

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CP rail still moves a fair bit of thermal coal, which is decreasing. CNR gets more of its revenue from metallurgical coal, which is increasing. Both provide only a small portion of revenues. They also move chemicals, lumber, autos. If you're betting on worldwide economic recovery for many years, as he is, you have to own the railroads. He's a bit nervous about the acquisition of KCS, but if that goes through, could be terrific. Incredible performers over the long term, and no reason this will stop. He owns CNR, but would have no problem holding CP. Keep holding.

Barry Schwartz
Price
$479.660
Owned
No
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Canadian Pacific Rail(CP-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 17

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 6

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 25

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On 2021-07-28, Canadian Pacific Rail (CP-T) stock closed at a price of $90.29.