I am today critiquing Canadian Tire Corp (TSX-CTC.A); year because I own it and the unaudited claims for the financial, january 2 ending, 2010 has been published. In February 2000 I first bought this stock. On this stock, A return has been created by me of 10.8% per year. I bought even more stocks in June 2009 and on my total investment, I’ve made a return of 10.7% per 12 months.
This is a retail stock. The dividends are not great coming in at the average yield of 1 1.2%. However, this stock has a decent record of dividend increases. Within the last 5 years, the dividend has increased at a level of 11% per yr. The 10 yr development in dividend is lower at 7.7%. Both are good figures. I did so my original investment some 9 years back and on my original money, I am making a 3.8% return in dividends. For this stock, year since it didn’t prosper last, the growth figures are by and large of low quality.
Retail stocks have a tendency to get hit hard by recessions. The very best growth rates are, after dividend growth, the development in Book Value. The 5 and 10 season development statistics are 7.7% per year and 10.2% per calendar year. The Growth in revenue, profits and cashflow weren’t good. About today is the Liquidity and Asset/Liability Ratios The last thing I want to talk. Both these ratios are extremely good. I am pleased with stock and I intend to continue to keep my Canadian Tire shares.
Tomorrow, I am going to talk about if this is an excellent time to buy stocks in this company and what stock analysts say about any of it. They engaged in retail sales, financial services and petroleum sales. They own Canadian Tire Store, Gas Outlets, Parts Source Stores and Mark’s Work Warehouse. The Canadian Tire stores provide a unique range of automotive, leisure and sports and home products. This blog is meant for educational purposes only, and it is not to provide investment advice. Prior to making any investment decision, you should always do your own research or consult an investment professional. Follow me on twitter.
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