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Fairly Valued Dividend King

Summary Strong Q2 results recently reported and projected earnings for FY2018 reaffirmed. Shareholder returns on the basis of dividends reinvested over the past 20 years are almost double that of the S&P500. Share price has risen ~10% from the level at which my previous article indicated shares were attractively valued. Despite this increase, shares are [...]

My Favorite Investors Really Like This Company

This company is the largest player in a highly regulated industry and is deemed to be a Global Systemically Important entity. My favorite investors have invested billions in this company and have been significantly increasing their holdings over the past several quarters. Summary Dividend distributions and share repurchases come from profits generated from normal business [...]

By |July 19th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on My Favorite Investors Really Like This Company

Sometimes You Just Have to be Patient

This global fintech leader provides investor communications and technology-driven solutions to banks, broker-dealers, mutual funds and corporate issuers. Long-term shareholders have generated significant returns but its current valuation appears to be somewhat stretched. Summary This company has doubled its revenue since being spun off as a separate legal entity in 2007. Growth has been such [...]

By |July 16th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Sometimes You Just Have to be Patient

Price is What You Pay. Value is What You Get.

This company has increased its dividend for 35 consecutive years and its total return to shareholders over the 10 year period ending December 31, 2017, including reinvested dividends, was 80.2%. An investor who acquired 100 shares for $1,110 when the company was founded in 1955 and never sold them would now have 375,960 shares. Summary [...]

By |July 14th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Price is What You Pay. Value is What You Get.

A Long-Term Wealth Creation Machine

This company's Cash Return on Investment (‘CRI’) key operating metric is used to measure the performance and value of the company's operating businesses and potential acquisitions. By applying CRI principles throughout the organization, Roper can focus investment on areas that will increase shareholder value, drive cash flow growth, and minimize physical assets. Summary The company’s [...]

By |July 13th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on A Long-Term Wealth Creation Machine

Alimentation Couche-Tard – A Canadian Success Story

Alimentation Couche-Tard, founded in 1980, is now the largest company on the basis of revenue of any Canadian based company. Summary Alimentation Couche-Tard released its Q4 and FY2018 results at the close of business July 9th. On March 22nd, I wrote that the pullback in the company’s stock price presented investors with a window in [...]

By |July 10th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Alimentation Couche-Tard – A Canadian Success Story

Get Paid to Wait for This Undervalued Company to Appreciate in Value

This publicly listed partnership generates substantial cash returns. The units are currently undervalued but you receive a yield of ~6.65% while you patiently wait for the stock price to more accurately reflect the value of the underlying assets. Summary Making money in equities involves finding well managed companies that are undervalued. As at the end [...]

By |July 3rd, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Get Paid to Wait for This Undervalued Company to Appreciate in Value

3 Overpriced High Quality Stocks

Three high quality companies recently released earnings and guidance. Despite strong results and favorable earnings projections, investors have bid up the stock price of these companies to levels where there is a disconnect between the underlying fundamentals and the company's valuation. Summary Even investing in high quality companies can result in inferior investment returns. Investing [...]

By |July 1st, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on 3 Overpriced High Quality Stocks

Paychex – Will It Be Negatively Impacted by US Protectionism?

Paychex (PAYX) released its Q4 and FY 2018 results and FY2019 guidance on June 27, 2018. This is a follow up to my March 27, 2018 article at which time I indicated I would initiate a position and hold the shares in the FFJ Portfolio. Introduction My wife and I had the good fortune of [...]

By |June 27th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Paychex – Will It Be Negatively Impacted by US Protectionism?

Ingredion – Further Pullback Likely

Ingredion (INGR) released its Q1 2018 results May 3, 2018 and provided revised guidance for FY2018. The stock price has dropped ~25% since late January 2018 and in this article I provide my opinion on whether INGR now presents an attractive buying opportunity. Summary Ingredion has pulled back ~25% from its 1 year high of [...]

By |June 25th, 2018|General Investing|Comments Off on Ingredion – Further Pullback Likely


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