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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BUY
BUY
January 4, 2006
If you are going to be in the retail space, you want to be with a retailer that's growing such as this. They launched some very large format stores over the last couple of years that have been quite successful. Expects that this will continue. A story that can keep getting better, both on revenue and margins.
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If you are going to be in the retail space, you want to be with a retailer that's growing such as this. They launched some very large format stores over the last couple of years that have been quite successful. Expects that this will continue. A story that can keep getting better, both on revenue and margins.
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
December 12, 2005
Has had a great move over the past couple of years. Not a big fan of retailing right now, but this is probably more of a defensive retail. Would be inclined to own on a downturn.
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Has had a great move over the past couple of years. Not a big fan of retailing right now, but this is probably more of a defensive retail. Would be inclined to own on a downturn.
BUY
BUY
September 12, 2005
Low to mid P/E multiples. Good management.
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Low to mid P/E multiples. Good management.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 28, 2005
His valuation is in the $50/60 range which is where it is sitting right now. They'll do OK, but their margins are starting to decline because their sales are starting to even out.
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His valuation is in the $50/60 range which is where it is sitting right now. They'll do OK, but their margins are starting to decline because their sales are starting to even out.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
June 16, 2005
(A Top Pick April 7/05. Up 6%.) Likes this stock a lot and feels it has miles to go. Just grows and grows despite competition. Ususally tops out at 2.5 X book and is currently at 2 X book, so has about 25% to go.
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(A Top Pick April 7/05. Up 6%.) Likes this stock a lot and feels it has miles to go. Just grows and grows despite competition. Ususally tops out at 2.5 X book and is currently at 2 X book, so has about 25% to go.
BUY
BUY
May 3, 2005
There has been a focus over the last few months on retailers because they are less sensitive to costs like manufacturers. Prefers this retailer over Shoppers Drug Mart (SC-T).
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There has been a focus over the last few months on retailers because they are less sensitive to costs like manufacturers. Prefers this retailer over Shoppers Drug Mart (SC-T).
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
April 26, 2005
Interested in 3 key stocks in the retail area, Rietman's (RET.NV.A-T), Canadian Tire (CTR-T) and Rona (RON-T) and will buy one or more of them on any pullback.
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Interested in 3 key stocks in the retail area, Rietman's (RET.NV.A-T), Canadian Tire (CTR-T) and Rona (RON-T) and will buy one or more of them on any pullback.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 7, 2005
3/4 years ago, there was a great fear that Wal-Mart (WMT-N) and Home Depot (HD-N) were going to eat their lunch and the stock dropped to its book value. Since then it has gone from strength to strength to strength. Big box stores are more profitable and their credit cards are outstandingly profitable.
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3/4 years ago, there was a great fear that Wal-Mart (WMT-N) and Home Depot (HD-N) were going to eat their lunch and the stock dropped to its book value. Since then it has gone from strength to strength to strength. Big box stores are more profitable and their credit cards are outstandingly profitable.
BUY
BUY
March 22, 2005
Their model price is $60.80. A mispriced asset.
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Their model price is $60.80. A mispriced asset.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
March 16, 2005
Have a lot of great real estate assets. Very strong brand that's held up in the face of very strong competition. Now own Mark's Work Wearhouse and are upgrading their stores. Doing a very good job. Looks a little pricey.
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Have a lot of great real estate assets. Very strong brand that's held up in the face of very strong competition. Now own Mark's Work Wearhouse and are upgrading their stores. Doing a very good job. Looks a little pricey.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 3, 2005
Good growth of earnings. How much more can they grow? Dependent on consumer spending.
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Good growth of earnings. How much more can they grow? Dependent on consumer spending.
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
February 8, 2005
Had a terrific run in 2004. When Wal Mart came to Canada, Canadian Tire more than held their own. Has done a very god job of refurbishing their stores. Fully priced. A 10/15% decline would be a good time to get in.
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Had a terrific run in 2004. When Wal Mart came to Canada, Canadian Tire more than held their own. Has done a very god job of refurbishing their stores. Fully priced. A 10/15% decline would be a good time to get in.
BUY
BUY
January 28, 2005
Retail is a very poor sector, but this company has really delivered.
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Retail is a very poor sector, but this company has really delivered.
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
January 25, 2005
A pretty good story. When Wal Mart came to Canada, he decided that Canadian Tire was going to have a pretty hard time and didn't buy. They have done a good job of competing with Wal Mart. Would look at it if it dropped a bit.
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A pretty good story. When Wal Mart came to Canada, he decided that Canadian Tire was going to have a pretty hard time and didn't buy. They have done a good job of competing with Wal Mart. Would look at it if it dropped a bit.
HOLD
HOLD
January 19, 2005
A pre-eminent Canadian retail franchise. Likes the company. In the short term, the stock is fully priced. In the last few years, they have done well in cutting costs and creating more shelf space and generating sales and that is now near its end. One of the big drivers has been credit cards. Will probably tread water.
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A pre-eminent Canadian retail franchise. Likes the company. In the short term, the stock is fully priced. In the last few years, they have done well in cutting costs and creating more shelf space and generating sales and that is now near its end. One of the big drivers has been credit cards. Will probably tread water.
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