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TSE:DII.B

11.36
0.04 (0.35%) 1d
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SELL
In general terms still on a downtrend. Bearish big picture. Could get back into the 20 dollars.
Consumer Products
DON'T BUY
Doesn't like the company. The stock has been suffering for the past decade. They're in furniture and bicycles, both businesses under pressure. Dividend hasn't grown.
Consumer Products
BUY

Likes the baby product space and has looked at this company several times. The balance sheet has some debt but has been well managed. He is not looking at this company directly, but does like the space.

Consumer Products
DON'T BUY

his Canadian bicycle manufacturer should be performing well during the peak seasonal period for the sector. The stock is making new significant lows -- this is a warning. He would not buy this.

Consumer Products
DON'T BUY

This is struggling. Thinks it goes to $26.50. Closed at $31.39. He has a model price of $49, which is 57% higher, but this is a cyclical. The market is actually shooting consumer stocks right now.

Consumer Products
DON'T BUY

Valuation is a challenge on this one. It missed on the quarter and they have a debt problem. He prefers DOL-T or ATD.B-T.

Consumer Products
COMMENT

This created a base for itself in the high $20s, and has rallied up through the $30s. It is starting to test areas where it had problems before. $32 was support in the old days, but now looks like resistance, but he feels the stock is ready. The high $30s are in its immediate future.

Consumer Products
PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick March 13/15. Down 22.64%.) Bought a baby seat manufacturer in China, which is not profitable at the moment. A lot of their products are exposed to the strong US$ which has not helped. Dividend yield of 5.5% while you are waiting.

Consumer Products
DON'T BUY

Sold his holdings. Had thought that they had a pretty good idea going big into bicycles, but the company has failed to execute. He kept waiting quarter after quarter and kept getting disappointed.

Consumer Products
BUY on WEAKNESS

It has grown to such a size and has so many moving parts. They are doing what they can to grow it internationally. They are still so dependent on the American consumer, who have not come back quite like before the financial crisis.

Consumer Products
BUY

This is basically 3 things. Bikes, baby seats, strollers, and just acquired the third-biggest manufacturer of car seats in China. The 3rd thing is furniture. Haven’t really gone anywhere in the past couple of years, partly because they have been trying to get their cost structure under control as well as the higher US$. Still likes this.

Consumer Products
TOP PICK

40% of revenue is from bikes, but also has baby strollers. They bought a Hong Kong based manufacturer of car seats, which makes them #3 in China, which should be a very interesting growth part. Trading at 15X earnings with a yield of about 4.07%.

Consumer Products
COMMENT

Just made a new acquisition. This is a mixture of children’s items such as bicycles, baby carriages, etc. The company has stated that the stronger US$ is hitting them. Half of their profit and sales come from Europe, South America and Asia.

Consumer Products
PAST TOP PICK

(Top Pick Dec 13/13, Up 3.10%) He is now worried about the company’s fundamentals.

Consumer Products
BUY

They make bikes, baby furniture, baby equipment, car seats, etc. The family that is involved in it owns a significant stake. He sees better days ahead. It is trading at a reasonable valuation. Dividend yield of about 4%.

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Dorel Industries(DII.B-T) Rating

Ranking : 1 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

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Dorel Industries(DII.B-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Dorel Industries stock symbol?

Dorel Industries is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol DII.B-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (DII.B-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:DII.B or DII.B-T

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What is Dorel Industries stock price?

On 2021-09-27, Dorel Industries (DII.B-T) stock closed at a price of $11.36.