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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick June 6/16. Up 43.11%.) Now owned by Vail Resorts, and he has held onto the Vail shares.

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HOLD

Being acquired. You can take your cash and shares or you could move on to something else. The acquirer is a much bigger company with more diversity.

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WATCH

(Market Call Minute) Ranks well, but deteriorated in the summer. Look at it again depending on what winter will bring.

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COMMENT

Their asset previously was mainly a ski operation and real estate, but more recently have gotten a very large capital program underway, to try and make it into a more all year round destination with spring, summer and fall activities. Long-term this will probably help them deal with the volatility of cash flow and dependence on weather. Dividend yield of 3.8%.

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TOP PICK

They have been expanding in making what they call a 4 season investment plan. They need first nations approval, but claim they can make so much cash flow that they don’t have to dilute shareholders with share issue. They had a great ski season and are selling out for 2017.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick May 14/15. Up 37.03%.) A premier ski resort and destination, and benefits from the low Cdn$. A really well-managed company. They have cut costs and reinvested.

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WATCH

It has been in a great trend. Higher highs and higher lows. The stock deserves the movement it got. Right now it is off its trend line. It is starting to get rather overbought. He would not be surprised if it pulled back a bit, but if you are a long term buyer it looks pretty good.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick May 14/15. Up 32.5%.) The Whistler Blackcomb ski resort and they own the real estate. He saw solid fundamentals for ski resorts, one of the few that was world class. Also, had an 8.5% yield which was sustainable. Still trading at a bit of a discount to US resorts, so there is still some upside, but is no longer cheap.

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BUY

It has been doing extremely well. It is good weather that is responsible. It is one of the few that has survived the ‘shaving’ of the best. They don’t seem to want to expand, but they have massive resource.

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DON'T BUY

A ski resort with some real estate potential. Most of the real estate potential has been milked in the past. You are really betting on the weather and the US$. Pays a pretty hefty dividend, so that tends to support the valuation. He finds it very expensive for what it is. Not a lot of growth potential.

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COMMENT

Not a cheap stock, but it has an irreplaceable asset. Also, this is a world that wants yield. They’ve had some lousy winters and an expectation is that there will be another one. In the meantime, they know how to make money. The Cdn$ is getting a lot more “destination” skiers. The only ski resort that makes money in all 4 seasons.

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TOP PICK

A ski resort in BC. They had a terrible winter. What they have done over the last few years is build up the resource, making it an all season destination, increasing their prices and attracting more visitors from outside of Canada. Dividend yield of 4.97%, which is sustainable.

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TOP PICK

He likes the barrier to competition. There were two lousy snowfall years in a row. The market is worried people won’t come out next year. This is now a year round resort. They have strong pricing power.

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BUY

Whistler didn’t get a lot of snow this year, which can be a problem when running a ski lift operation. This is 2 years in a row. These are world class operators with a terrific asset. No one can predict what is going to happen with weather. Thinks earnings this year are going to be a little bit better than last year, so there is no cause for concern. The dividend is not in peril whatsoever. At anywhere under $19, he has been buying and adding. Not cheap at 27X forward earnings. 5.4% dividend yield.

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BUY on WEAKNESS

Infrastructure is very important and these are long life assets. It is not snowing, so this company has a big problem. The good news is the Cdn$ is low, so that a lot of people who picked this as a destination, are still going. Hopefully the weather will turn. This is priced into the stock. He is adding more below $19.

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Whistler Blackcomb Holdings(WB-T) Rating

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