High Liner Foods


Sound bite for Twitter and StockTwits is: Dividend Growth Consumer. It has had some problems lately therefore the price is current cheap by dividend produce and P/S Ratio tests. It would appear that they can overcome their problems so if you such as this stock, now may be a good time to buy.

See my spreadsheet on High Liner Foods. I really do not own this stock of High Liner Foods (TSX-HLF, OTC-HLNFF). This is a stock liked by the Investment Reporter and is known as to be of average risk. The MPL Communication’s site is here. Ryan Irvine of Keystone also loves the corporation. What surprised me about this stock after i was updating my spreadsheet is the volatility in the stock price.

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The price zoomed up from 2012 and reached levels in 2015 and again in 2016 from which it is dropping from. 70.00. All these values want 2014 break up is taken into account. The stock didn’t do much between 1993 and 2008/2009 when it began to earn more and have higher revenue. 14.14 is now down some 48% below the 2016 highs.

The year 2016 had not been good because of falling revenues, but profits were up and cashflow was level. The other thing to note is the high level of insider selling. This ongoing company began to pay dividends in 2004, some 13 years back. Every year Since 2008 they have been raising their dividends.

The dividend yields are moderate (2-3 3 range) and the dividend development is good (over 15% per yr). The current dividend is 3.96%, however the 5, 10 and historical yields are lower at 1.85%, 2.49% and 2.16% respectively. Dividends have become at 21.7% and 17.9% per year within the last 5 and 10 years. They can afford their dividends. The 2016 Dividend Payout Ratio is 36.5% with 5 season coverage of 39%. The DPR for 2016 for CFPS is 15.4% and with 5 year coverage at 13.1%. This company gives out an Adjusted EPS was well as EPS. This stock price screening suggests that the stock price is realistic probably.

This stock price testing shows that the stock price is acceptable and below the median relatively. The existing P/B Ratio is some 10.8% less than the a decade ratio. This stock price tests suggests that the stock price is relatively fair and below the median. The historical dividend produce is 2.16% a prices some 83% lower. This stock price assessment shows that the stock price is cheap relatively. The current ratio is some 32% below the 10 year ratio.

This stock price testing suggests that the stock price is relatively cheap. WHILE I look at analysts’ suggestions I find Strong Buy (1), Buy (1) and Hold (3). The consensus will be a Buy. Therefore a total return of 39.52% with 3.96% from dividend and 35.56% from capital benefits. This news release on Cision talk about Henry Demone again becoming the business’s CEO.