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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Sep 15/20, Up 31%) The gains are surprising. They've invested in long term areas, namely e-commerce. Costs to protect employees from Covid will roll off. Shoppers during Covid flocked to the top supermarkets, though are now returning to the discount chains, which Loblaw also owns. She's waiting for a pullback to add more shares. Loblaw is expanding into primary care health clinics and expanding into e-health, both of which are good.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick May 25/21, Up 39%) He took profits a month and a half ago. The stock got overvalued. Then, defensives didn't look like they would hold onto, but going forward they and other defensive stocks look more attractive.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Apr 08/21, Up 27%) A star performer over the last 6 months. Still room to go. Margins of Shopper's DM are compelling at close to 40%.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jul 09/21, Up 20%) Trading in and out of this stock. Has pulled out of Loblaws when they were seeing key technical resistance. The yoy comparisons will become more challenging when we get to the third and fourth quarter. Does not own it currently. Would trim back.
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BUY
Strong point is ownership of Shoppers. Way cheaper for healthcare to deliver vaccines through pharmacies. Supply chain and IT issues fixed. A tough space. A growth market due to immigration. Not cheap, but opportunities for growing earnings and dividends.
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TOP PICK
Digital and e-commerce transition. Cheap relative to its space and on an absolute basis. Having Shoppers as an asset is so powerful. Yield is 1.9%. (Analysts’ price target is $75.33)
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DON'T BUY

Grocery business is extremely competitive. He'd rather focus on Costco, Walmart, Amazon through Whole Foods. Private label investment putting pressure on margins plus its unionized workforce have been headwinds. 15x earnings for a 5% growth rate is not compelling at this part of the cycle.

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HOLD
Suffered in Q3 last year with the reopening. High quality. A mature sector, disruption is always coming from e-commerce. Valuation is not that expensive at 13x. Intense competition. A hold.
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BUY

He just added to his position around $62. He doesn't understand how it fell that low. It's a great business and enjoys an oligopoly in Canada. They reached same-store sales growth last year that will likely taper off as people eat in restaurants more. Food inflation will benefit the grocers. It's in a stable, safe business. The PE is fair. Empire has performed the best in this group, while Metro is managed well and steady. Loblaw has lagged, but is the most undervalued and offers the best value.

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HOLD

WN-T vs. L-T This sector is just not loved right now. Investors just aren't looking at these kinds of stocks right now. Their costs have been moving up but people aren't eating more. Their sweet spot is late April until late May. L-T could be okay so he would hold on to it.

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BUY
The valuation is so cheap relative to the rest of the market. He thinks these guys are positioned well in a lot of ways. It is a low margin business but it is a great safe place to own and he would add to the name.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jan 14/20, Down 2%) It has lagged the market. The valuation is very attractive. Food retail is very competitive. They incurred incremental costs for PPE and had to pay higher wages. They own Shoppers Drug Mart but their front end of their stores really weakened because of working from home. Money shifted away and now she finds it very attractive.
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BUY

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DON'T BUY

Stock's underperformed for a while. Prefers Costco to all the food retailers. Not a big buyer of consumer staples right now. In a recovery, you want to focus on cyclicals. Covid costs have hit grocery stores.

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BUY

L vs. WN A bit like splitting hairs. Weston controls Loblaw. When you buy Weston, you get 95% Loblaw and 5% bakery. A great business. A buy and hold through the cycles. If you get a rip roaring cyclical market, it will probably lag. High single digit or low double digit return. He doesn't like the bakery, so Loblaw gets the nod.

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Loblaw Companies Ltd(L-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 10

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 2

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 14

Stockchase rating for Loblaw Companies Ltd is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

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What is Loblaw Companies Ltd stock symbol?

Loblaw Companies Ltd is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol L-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (L-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:L or L-T

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On 2021-12-01, Loblaw Companies Ltd (L-T) stock closed at a price of $95.58.