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BUY
All parts manufacturers have suffered due to supply chain issues. There will be a recovery. He'd pick MG, MRE, and LNR in that order.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Aug 23/21, Down 19%) Slowdown in the auto sector went on longer. Still likes it and the valuation, added recently. Last quarter wasn't bad. Chip shortage is easing.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jun 18/21, Down 28%) Auto sector has been hit very hard with recent supply chain issues, inflation and market slowdown. Current share price is presenting good buying opportunity. ~3x share price to cash flow. Will continue to hold shares.
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HOLD
Prefers it to Linamar because of the valuation and they have more plays on batteries for EVs, which offer growth potential. These stocks move as a group, though it's been a bloodbath for this sector over recession fears. Semis shortages have been an overhang longer than he expected. But car demand remains high with inventories low. They will do well as we transition to e-cars. Also likes Magna.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Apr 19/21, Down 42%) The car sector has been decimated and the chip shortage hasn't helped. The car sector is acting like we're in the next recession already, though he doesn't see one coming.
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WAIT
Facing headwinds. Lower production in Europe, rising oil prices, higher commodity costs, inflation, supply chain disruption that's not ending. Bull case is it's cheap and growth will pick up. Don't buy right now, but likes it longer term. Same comments for all auto stocks.
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DON'T BUY
Raw material and labour costs will rise for all auto-parts makers, which will pressure their margins. That said, it's a very good business to be in. He prefers Magna and Linamar. MRE has always been cheaper in PE to their peers, but it's not his first choice in auto-parts. All these companies will adapt to the EV market. See also his comments on LNR.
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COMMENT
Poor performance due to supply chain and chip shortages. Earnings have been hit hard. Valuation is low and might present buying opportunity. Positioned well for electric vehicle + combustion engine manufacturing.
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DON'T BUY
MRE vs. LNR vs. MG A bit of a dilemma. All being hit by supply shortages. Earnings ticking down, so PE's are at the higher range. In terms of ROE, MG would be the most profitable. MRE's is quite a bit less, though the multiple is also less. MRE is 0.8 price to book, PE of 9.8. His choice is LNR: it's in the middle of the pack, price to book is just over 1, PE is 10, and ROE tends to be more over time.
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DON'T BUY
MRE vs. MG MG is one of the top two companies in the world, with lots of technology in the car. MRE is smaller, hit hard by pandemic. Working on a new technology, but it's at early stages and expensive. Needs to show some of its problems are behind it. Go with MG.
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TOP PICK
Auto sector looks incredibly cheap. Trading under 3x operating cashflow. Well positioned when the industry turns around. Yield is 1.90%. (Analysts’ price target is $16.00)
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TOP PICK
Its valuation is cheaper than the rest and has under-performed this year. They are involved in the light-weighting of vehicles. Three times operating cash flow. The cycle will turn – the demand is still there. He likes the insider buying recently. (Analysts’ price target is $18.06)
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PARTIAL BUY
Magna vs. Martinrea Supply chain constraints have hit hard the carmakers and car-parts makers. We likely will see lower-than-expected volumes for another year. US-China squabbles will also have an ongoing effect. Longer-term, MG is a partial buying opportunity. He hasn't looked closely at the car parts makers though to choose one over the other. He owns Linamar. Expect volatility in this space.
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COMMENT
There is a lot of demand for vehicles and there are new and used car inflation. There are some cyclical earnings growth here in MRE. Would probably opt for Magna, since it is more diversified. Thinks the whole sector is poised for long term growth.
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WEAK BUY

The transition to EVs for Magna vs. MRE. He likes the auto sector, but prefers Magna because it has European and Japanese exposure. Also, they are diverse in products, and have enough cash to invest in EV technologies, like trying to buy a car-related AI company. MRE is good, but not his first choice.

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Martinrea(MRE-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 7

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 3

Total Signals / Votes : 11

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