Canadian Tire Corporation Ltd

CTC-T

TSE:CTC

223.50
6.75 (3.11%)
Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited is a Canadian retail company which sells a wide range of automotive, hardware, sports and leisure, and home products. Some stores also sell toys and food products.
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Analysis and Opinions about CTC-T

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HOLD
HOLD
May 10, 2013

The REIT would be the third largest REIT in Canada. You have a lot of the value out of it by the announcement. They have done the right thing for the shareholders and the markets have correctly given most but not all of the value.

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The REIT would be the third largest REIT in Canada. You have a lot of the value out of it by the announcement. They have done the right thing for the shareholders and the markets have correctly given most but not all of the value.

HOLD
HOLD
April 12, 2013

This is a good one. Seasonality tends to be from November right through until the end of April. Couple of days ago it hit a five-year high. Significantly outperforming the Canadian market.

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This is a good one. Seasonality tends to be from November right through until the end of April. Couple of days ago it hit a five-year high. Significantly outperforming the Canadian market.

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WAIT
April 5, 2013

There is a definite wall ahead of it (an area of resistance) at $74 and it needs to break through this before he would buy it. You might choose to take profits at that level.

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There is a definite wall ahead of it (an area of resistance) at $74 and it needs to break through this before he would buy it. You might choose to take profits at that level.

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WAIT
March 1, 2013

Chart shows that it has a rolling top from early 2012. The little action in the last few months indicates that it doesn’t want to go anywhere. He would like to see a breakout above $73 or come back to the mid-$60. If you own it, you could consider taking some off the table.

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Chart shows that it has a rolling top from early 2012. The little action in the last few months indicates that it doesn’t want to go anywhere. He would like to see a breakout above $73 or come back to the mid-$60. If you own it, you could consider taking some off the table.

HOLD
HOLD
January 14, 2013

Good company. A tough business with more competitors coming in. Seem to be doing the right things. Decent yield.

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Good company. A tough business with more competitors coming in. Seem to be doing the right things. Decent yield.

HOLD
HOLD
August 9, 2010
Canadian retailer and their well being is tied to the economy. Although the economy has come back quite a bit, there has been a downshift in spending. Have staying power and good real estate holdings. If you have better names in the retail section, this could be a source of cash if you own.
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Canadian retailer and their well being is tied to the economy. Although the economy has come back quite a bit, there has been a downshift in spending. Have staying power and good real estate holdings. If you have better names in the retail section, this could be a source of cash if you own.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
July 22, 2010
Doesn’t like the retail area at this time. Has a concern about slowing. He has always shopped here. Are forever bringing in new products.
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Doesn’t like the retail area at this time. Has a concern about slowing. He has always shopped here. Are forever bringing in new products.
BUY
BUY
June 11, 2010
General view is that dual class views are a negative (e.g. Magna). The family built a great company. It is a very small negative. Very positive on Canadian retail. But it is becoming more competitive. Thinks highly of them as a company.
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General view is that dual class views are a negative (e.g. Magna). The family built a great company. It is a very small negative. Very positive on Canadian retail. But it is becoming more competitive. Thinks highly of them as a company.
HOLD
HOLD
April 23, 2009
Less downside risk. Not the risk in the financial market. It’s cheap because the growth is lower.
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Less downside risk. Not the risk in the financial market. It’s cheap because the growth is lower.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 2, 2008
(Top Pick Oct 5/07, Down 40%)Used to hold up well in bad economic times because if you couldn’t buy a new item, you would buy the tools to maintain it. Let it come back a little bit more before coming back in. Getting really cheap.
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(Top Pick Oct 5/07, Down 40%)Used to hold up well in bad economic times because if you couldn’t buy a new item, you would buy the tools to maintain it. Let it come back a little bit more before coming back in. Getting really cheap.
COMMENT
COMMENT
June 24, 2008
One of the best, if not the best Canadian retailers but it is not a good time to be a retailer. Feels the stock will continue to be vulnerable for a while. If you're a long-term investor, Hold but if you are a short-term investor, consider selling.
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One of the best, if not the best Canadian retailers but it is not a good time to be a retailer. Feels the stock will continue to be vulnerable for a while. If you're a long-term investor, Hold but if you are a short-term investor, consider selling.
HOLD
HOLD
May 30, 2008
Has been knocked down but has a history of supporting strong numbers in weak economic times. Marks Work Warehouse is doing reasonable well and expanding into women’s clothing. Attracting more women into their stores.
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Has been knocked down but has a history of supporting strong numbers in weak economic times. Marks Work Warehouse is doing reasonable well and expanding into women’s clothing. Attracting more women into their stores.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
May 12, 2008
The premier Canadian general merchandise retailer. Had economic and weather headwinds in eastern Canada. At current valuations, it's an OK buy. No catalyst in the near term to move it higher.
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The premier Canadian general merchandise retailer. Had economic and weather headwinds in eastern Canada. At current valuations, it's an OK buy. No catalyst in the near term to move it higher.
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COMMENT
January 7, 2008
Canada's premier retailer. Stock fell off the cliff a few months ago because it's biggest markets are Ontario and Quebec and there is weakness in their economies. In the near-term, they are going to have some issues, but in the long-term, it's the best retailer to own in Canada.
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Canada's premier retailer. Stock fell off the cliff a few months ago because it's biggest markets are Ontario and Quebec and there is weakness in their economies. In the near-term, they are going to have some issues, but in the long-term, it's the best retailer to own in Canada.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
November 27, 2007
Has had trouble squaring away revenues, profitability, inventory, etc. There is a lot of competition. Would consider going in at this time but would like to see what the next quarter brings.
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Has had trouble squaring away revenues, profitability, inventory, etc. There is a lot of competition. Would consider going in at this time but would like to see what the next quarter brings.
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