Dollar Tree

DLTR-Q

NASDAQ:DLTR

109.90
1.83 (1.64%)
Dollar Tree, Inc. is an American chain of discount variety stores that sells items for $1 or less. Headquartered in Chesapeake, Virginia, it is a Fortune 500 company and operates 13,600 stores throughout the 48 contiguous U.S. states and Canada.
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July 28, 2015

A good operator of dollar stores in the US and recently purchased their rival Family Dollar, which has an entirely different strategy in the way they operate. Thinks it is a good acquisition and will take a little while to digest. In a slow economic environment, you see a lot of people shopping there, so the concern is that as the US economy picks up, it is less of an attraction. A good sector to be in, although some of the valuations are getting pretty full.

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Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)
July 28, 2015

A good operator of dollar stores in the US and recently purchased their rival Family Dollar, which has an entirely different strategy in the way they operate. Thinks it is a good acquisition and will take a little while to digest. In a slow economic environment, you see a lot of people shopping there, so the concern is that as the US economy picks up, it is less of an attraction. A good sector to be in, although some of the valuations are getting pretty full.

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COMMENT
January 22, 2015

Shareholders have agreed to a takeover by Family Dollar Stores (FDO-N). This makes the company more attractive as it has the synergies happening and a bigger footprint The average American has $900-$1000 more of disposable income. These types of stores will be beneficiaries of lower energy prices.

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Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)
January 22, 2015

Shareholders have agreed to a takeover by Family Dollar Stores (FDO-N). This makes the company more attractive as it has the synergies happening and a bigger footprint The average American has $900-$1000 more of disposable income. These types of stores will be beneficiaries of lower energy prices.

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COMMENT
April 30, 2014

Anheuser Busch (BUD-N) or Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)? Given the choice, he would probably go with Anheuser Busch. Consumer spending has been a little bit suspect and he would tend to shy away from the purer play of consumer spending. Anheuser Busch would be more of a staple as opposed to a discretionary.

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Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)
April 30, 2014

Anheuser Busch (BUD-N) or Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)? Given the choice, he would probably go with Anheuser Busch. Consumer spending has been a little bit suspect and he would tend to shy away from the purer play of consumer spending. Anheuser Busch would be more of a staple as opposed to a discretionary.

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PAST TOP PICK
September 5, 2013

(A Top Pick September 13/12. Up 15.37%.) He has peeled back quite a bit of it at this point so doesn’t own it for all of his clients. He has really shifted away from the dollar types of stores into the upper market types.

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Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)
September 5, 2013

(A Top Pick September 13/12. Up 15.37%.) He has peeled back quite a bit of it at this point so doesn’t own it for all of his clients. He has really shifted away from the dollar types of stores into the upper market types.

WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
October 16, 2012

Fallen about 30% in the last few months. Don't average down. Don't sell. It is a pretty good entry point. Dollar Tree has a little bit more competition that Dollarama in Canada.

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Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)
October 16, 2012

Fallen about 30% in the last few months. Don't average down. Don't sell. It is a pretty good entry point. Dollar Tree has a little bit more competition that Dollarama in Canada.

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TOP PICK
September 13, 2012

Pulled back to its 200 day moving average. Even if the economy does well, what typically happens at these stores is that people who usually shop there will continue to do so and will start to spend more. Third-largest retailer in that space. Trading around 16-17 times forward earnings. 15%-20% growth rate.

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Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)
September 13, 2012

Pulled back to its 200 day moving average. Even if the economy does well, what typically happens at these stores is that people who usually shop there will continue to do so and will start to spend more. Third-largest retailer in that space. Trading around 16-17 times forward earnings. 15%-20% growth rate.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 22, 2011
(A Top Pick Nov 22/10. Up 18.3%.) Took some profits on this one.
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Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)
August 22, 2011
(A Top Pick Nov 22/10. Up 18.3%.) Took some profits on this one.
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TOP PICK
November 22, 2010
Benefiting from the move in the US to lower pricing. Recently made an acquisition in western Canada giving them almost 5000 stores in the US and western Canada. Expect they will push into eastern Canada. Wal-Mart (WMT-N) has been losing market share to them. Cheap valuation.
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Dollar Tree (DLTR-Q)
November 22, 2010
Benefiting from the move in the US to lower pricing. Recently made an acquisition in western Canada giving them almost 5000 stores in the US and western Canada. Expect they will push into eastern Canada. Wal-Mart (WMT-N) has been losing market share to them. Cheap valuation.
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