Capital Senior Living

CSU-N

NYSE:CSU

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Capital Senior Living Corporation is an operator of senior living communities and assisted living centers in the United States. It is based in Dallas, Texas. The company has a market capitalization of $733 million.
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SELL
January 11, 2018

Seniors sucked a lot of people into the sector for a long time because it was a low wage sector. It seemed to all line up well but in actual fact you don’t actually want to move in there. For the last 8 years the interest rates supported them but now you have the theme not having played out and this one is small and has no yield. It will trade with the space, yield or not. Get into materials or energy. He does not think it will come back.

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Seniors sucked a lot of people into the sector for a long time because it was a low wage sector. It seemed to all line up well but in actual fact you don’t actually want to move in there. For the last 8 years the interest rates supported them but now you have the theme not having played out and this one is small and has no yield. It will trade with the space, yield or not. Get into materials or energy. He does not think it will come back.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 29, 2017

(A Top Pick Aug 17/16. Down 26.2%.) This did not work out, so he exited his position. They operate and own nursing homes which is a pretty good business. There were 2 things that impacted them. They have a fair bit of debt, and as well, there has been an overbuild of seniors’ homes in the last number of years.

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(A Top Pick Aug 17/16. Down 26.2%.) This did not work out, so he exited his position. They operate and own nursing homes which is a pretty good business. There were 2 things that impacted them. They have a fair bit of debt, and as well, there has been an overbuild of seniors’ homes in the last number of years.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 17, 2016

A demographics play. Operates seniors’ homes and assisted living independent homes in the US. He likes this better than something like a Chartwell (CSH.UN-T), because 1) it trades at a big valuation discount and 2) they don’t have any exposure to Medicare, Medicaid or government reimbursement. 98% of their facilities are private pay. This is an industry where occupancy is growing. Trading at a discounted valuation, relative to what some of the larger players in the US and a Chartwell trade at. Doesn’t pay out a dividend, but instead are reinvesting the cash flow into the business so that they can grow more quickly.

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A demographics play. Operates seniors’ homes and assisted living independent homes in the US. He likes this better than something like a Chartwell (CSH.UN-T), because 1) it trades at a big valuation discount and 2) they don’t have any exposure to Medicare, Medicaid or government reimbursement. 98% of their facilities are private pay. This is an industry where occupancy is growing. Trading at a discounted valuation, relative to what some of the larger players in the US and a Chartwell trade at. Doesn’t pay out a dividend, but instead are reinvesting the cash flow into the business so that they can grow more quickly.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 8, 2016

Has excellent demographics being a seniors’ home. Occupancy is close to 90%. Have been able to increase rates every year. They own 60% of the underlying real estate, and don’t have a lot of government pay business. 98% is private pay. Doesn’t pay out a dividend. Instead they reinvest their cash flow into the business, which has led to an above average growth rate. Have grown their cash flow per share at 20% per year for the last 5 years. Trades at a discount to some of their Canadian counterparts.

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Has excellent demographics being a seniors’ home. Occupancy is close to 90%. Have been able to increase rates every year. They own 60% of the underlying real estate, and don’t have a lot of government pay business. 98% is private pay. Doesn’t pay out a dividend. Instead they reinvest their cash flow into the business, which has led to an above average growth rate. Have grown their cash flow per share at 20% per year for the last 5 years. Trades at a discount to some of their Canadian counterparts.

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Capital Senior Living(CSU-N) 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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Capital Senior Living(CSU-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Capital Senior Living stock symbol?

Capital Senior Living is a American stock, trading under the symbol CSU-N on the New York Stock Exchange (CSU). It is usually referred to as NYSE:CSU or CSU-N

Is Capital Senior Living a buy or a sell?

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Is Capital Senior Living a good investment or a top pick?

Capital Senior Living was recommended as a Top Pick by Cameron Hurst on 2018-01-11. Read the latest stock experts ratings for Capital Senior Living.

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What is Capital Senior Living stock price?

On 2020-07-02, Capital Senior Living (CSU-N) stock closed at a price of $0.7159.