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DON'T BUY
Long-term and stable? No. He once owned this and made a pile of money. HLF had made some good acquisitions, but made a disastrous purchase of a shrimp company in southeast Asia. This triggered a long slide in the stock. Now, HLF is marginally profitable, but suffers stagnant or falling sales. A pity. Doesn't see growth.
Consumer Products
COMMENT
They have had some difficulties with one of its products. It has a nice dividend, but is not sure if it is sustainable.
Consumer Products
DON'T BUY
To grow, they made lousy acquisitions, which blew up their balance sheet. Their product line is out of favour with consumers. Long-term, still has to de-lever. No earnings or revenue growth.
Consumer Products
BUY
It's in the right space, consumer staples. It's moved from $9 to $7, a big move. Earlier this year, it broke its long downtrend that began in 2016. The worst is over. This may bounce around a bit now. Overall, it looks good. $13 is resistance.
Consumer Products
DON'T BUY
Been on a long downtrend and has been consolidating since. It's rangebound these days between $6-8. If it breaks above $8, it could become bullish. Until then, he wouldn't buy it.
Consumer Products
DON'T BUY
He sold it too late. They made a horrible acquisition in southeast Asia. A disaster that they haven't recovered from.
Consumer Products
HOLD
Looks very cheap. Historically looking back to 1992 it has been this low only twice before in terms of Price to Book. Its balance sheet is OK. nice upside potential. The thing that overhangs the company is that the earning forecast is falling. Could be catching a falling knife. Put it away and wait for the next cycle.
Consumer Products
WATCH
He did well when he held it just before they started the dividend. He missed a lot of the major upside. It is back on the stock watch list. They pay a lovely dividend. But they have a fairly high debt load. He might buy it later on.
Consumer Products
WATCH

He would not double down on it because we are in tax loss season. There could be some tax loss selling in November/December. It has fairly high debt. It now pays a dividend but did not do so when he owned it. They are a leader in the field and know what they are doing. They could do well in time.

Consumer Products
DON'T BUY

He held it for 10 years and did very well, but then he unloaded it entirely, starting in February. He didn't see a recovery in its last quarter and sold his remaining shares. Highliner made a distrastrous acqusition and suffered a brutal recall.
Doesn't see a recovery anytime soon.

Consumer Products
DON'T BUY

Had a strong uptrend since 2016 and since then a series of lower lows and highs. Not great. It's now at the bottom of a lower trend.

Consumer Products
DON'T BUY

Historically this company has not had a great return on capital. Returns from reinvestments have never really come.

Consumer Products
BUY

He decided to keep the name because the yield is safe and good. It is a touch business. They are doing value added food processing on many types of fish. Margins have been squeezed. He thinks this might be coming to an end. The shrimp farm in Asia looks like it is fixed. The company has value at some point. It is the kind of name that private equity tends to gravitate to. He thinks it should be trading higher, but it is not a momentum name.

Consumer Products
BUY on WEAKNESS

He used to own this around $3 and sold it at $10. They recently had some contamination from one of their suppliers. The long-term CEO has stepped down to be the Board Chair. He would consider this if it went back below $10. It is a leader in the field.

Consumer Products
HOLD

It hit a low in 2016 and it looks like that level is being tested (near $10). Near term the trend was down and longer term it is testing a old low. It is in a precarious position. It could bounce up or not. As a new buyer he would not buy it because you don’t know it will hold the $10 line. If you hold it then continue.

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High Liner Foods(HLF-T) Rating

Ranking : 1 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 0

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High Liner Foods(HLF-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is High Liner Foods stock symbol?

High Liner Foods is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol HLF-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (HLF-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:HLF or HLF-T

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On 2022-06-28, High Liner Foods (HLF-T) stock closed at a price of $12.41.