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BUY
Results should be significantly improved. In acquisition mode again. He's waiting for news from Ontario on expansion of retail distribution. That would be huge for this company, which already has leading market share on grocery shelves. Expects inroads into Quebec.
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BUY
He is the third largest shareholder. The business is improving significantly. Restaurant sales are increasing. They have benefited through increased sales in Ontario grocery stores, which is expected to double in the not-too-distant future. They announced two small acquisitions so they are back in growth mode. It is expected to do a reverse split.
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HOLD
Great assets, great business. Results have held steady through the pandemic. Afterwards, lots of high margin areas should start growing again. Reasonably priced. Hang on or buy more. If it's taken out by the major shareholder, it will be at a significantly higher price.
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BUY
He owns just under 10%. He thinks a 19% shareholder will buy up the rest of it at a premium in the near future. This is a small player in the wine market but at a much higher margin. Online sales and grocery store sales are booming. It is trading at one times sales, rather than the norm of two or three times sales. His target is $0.30-$0.40.
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DON'T BUY
Lassonde buying 19% of the company was recent good news. However, the market cap is only $26 million (too small for him), there remains some debt, and the growth rate hasn't been spectacular. There isn't much trading here, which doesn't help. As a rule, he doesn't invest in companies this small. This will likely bounce in January. This stock isn't for everybody. He likes it more than before.
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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick Sep 10/19, Down 30%) He owns 10% of the company and recently added more on weakness. The stock has been down due to lower restaurant and bar sales, but retail and online sales are booming. He doesn't expect sales to be down that much this year. Cost cutting has widened margins. Lassonde bought 20% of the company last year, which has boosted DWS' sales force. He expects Lassonde to take over the rest of the company at some point, which should boost the stock price. He's in for the long run. Also owns Andrew Peller.

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STRONG BUY
He owns under 10% of this company. A Quebec juice company bought 20% of this and plan to increase distribution of their wines across Canada. Bar sales and winery visits are down, but online sales are through the roof and so are Ontario liquor store sales, topping Ontario wine sales. Future distribution expansion will bode well. He bought a lot of shares recently.
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BUY
He owns just under 10% of the company. They are expanding in the grocery channel in Ontario. They have diversified their exports away from just China. He thinks this will be the year where we see very good year over year growth comparisons. He thinks in the future a major shareholder will put in a bid to buy the rest of it.
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BUY

He is not sure the company will stay public. A fruit juice company (LAS.A-T) has a 20% stake and could acquire it in 20-3 years for a much higher price.

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TOP PICK
They are the only other publicly traded wine company. The stock is down because of a slowdown in exports to China. The retail wine space is booming because of deregulation that allows sale of wine in grocery stores. Retail wine sales are increasing. The big news was in July a juice company in Quebec bought a huge stake and will help increase sales through the grocery channel. He assumes if things go according to plan that it might want to buy the rest of the company down the road. He beefed up his holdings in the company. (Analysts’ price target is $0.28)
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TOP PICK
There's been a drop in exports, namely to China, but they're growing their export volume again. They're doing very well in VQA Ontario which is rolling out 87 stores, and DWS has the largest market share here. The big news is that Lassonde took at 20% stake in the company and this will increase agency sales in Quebec. He expects Lassonde to buy the rest of the company. He just 3 million more shares to be the 3rd-largest shareholder. (Analysts’ price target is $0.28)
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Mar 27/18, Down 45%) Speed bumps recently. Chinese exports came down. Has regained shelf space at LCBO. Thinks we've seen the bottom. Sales growth has been phenomenal. Biggest market share in grocery channel. Dirt cheap. They're long-term shareholders. They're doing all the right things.
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BUY
He owns just under 10% of the company. They are consolidating the industry. Last year was a transition year and they had a few hiccups. They regained all their shelf space at the LCBO. They are consolidating smaller players but could end up getting acquired down the road.
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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick Dec 11/17, Down 29%) China had a bit too much inventory on hand. There was a poor crop about two or three years ago. Many Ontario companies had to de-list from the LCBO and it takes time to get re-listed, but they now have a number of products back on the shelves. Their sales in the grocery channel in Ontario – they have the leading market share. He expects 2019 to very, very strong. They are diversifying geographically.

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BUY

They made an acquisition about a month ago. It was in BC and is a long term investment. They want to start a vineyard there. They can double the capacity of their retail store there. Their business might accelerate under Ford now. They expanded their plant capacity with imports. They have been treading water recently but recent crops have been good. Now is a good time to get in. He owns 9,9% of the company.

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Diamond Estates Wines and Spirits Inc.(DWS-X) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 3

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 4

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On 2022-01-21, Diamond Estates Wines and Spirits Inc. (DWS-X) stock closed at a price of $1.36.