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Tim Hortons Inc T.THI

Sector: Consumer Cyclical | Sub-Sector: Restaurants
Alternate Symbol(s):  THI

Price: $68.16 | Change: +$0.54 | %Change: +0.80%
Volume: 373,858 | Day High/Low: 68.43/67.67 | 52 Week High/Low: 68.90/56.12


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SHORT IS THE TRADE > Tim Hortons Inc (THI). The coffee and d

SHORT IS THE TRADE >  2014.08.15. Tim Hortons Inc (THI). The coffee and donut chain hopes to lure new coffee drinkers and fend off rivals such as Starbucks Corp and McDonald's Corp with the launch...read more
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Clicking on all cylinders--

I was pleasantly surprised with the latest quarter as were many investors and analysts. Bodes well for the full year. I expect another dividend increase later this year and I believe the market is...read more
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Double Double Card

CIBC since they began offering the CIBC Double Double Loyalty Card for Tim Horton's at the beginning of July, they have had 16,000 APPROVED. Can you say long term customer loyalty..  rate and reply
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Enjoyed my Tims today!

Oops... actually never had a cup, but really really enjoyed Tim's today... maybe that is a sign that i need to stay off the black stuff!  Awesome numbers. US starting to look more encouraging as well....read more
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earnings beat...

...plus really strong same store sales growth in the States. Good sign for future eps increases.  rate and reply
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temporary foreign worker

Since the TFW's have been in the media a lot lately and Tim Hortons are huge employers of the program; wonder if this is hurting the company's bottom line. Has there been a lower/unchanged/higher...read more
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RE:Dutchie!

I encourage you to write an email to them, like I did, to complain about the disappearance of the Dutchie. Tim (born in Amsterdam)  rate and reply
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Dutchie!

Where have all the Dutchies gone? Hortons must be a racicist organization! They had good healthy raisins in them and they were the best for 'dunking' in coffee! Raisin tarts or even raisin pie would...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:new thi reports

Yes, that is my understanding .32/share.  With todays current downward trend it really doesn't mean much does it.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:new thi reports

Garth .32 +/share...when you say the distribution of .32 you mean to say that if you own the shares today you will be paid .32/share into your account in June since today is the ex-dividend date...read more
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RE:RE:new thi reports

It appears that CIBC continues to support THI.  The play seemed to survive the week fairly well. The distribution is due on Tuesday.   Personally, I think there is potential for this company, but do...read more
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RE:RE:RE:It's great to be a Canadian investor, eh?

I was going to buy on the earnigs announcement but have decided to put it off till later in the year. The TSX is down nearly 250 pts. or nearly 2% since last Friday's close.  What's the old saying...read more
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RE:new thi reports

CIBC seem to be standing behind their talk: Recent Trades - Last 10 of 2383 Time ET Ex Price Change Volume Buyer...read more
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RE:RE:new thi reports

"The company said in February it planned to open 800 restaurants in North America (500 in Canada) and 220 in the Middle East."  This quote is significant. Do readers agree or disagree?  rate and reply
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RE:new thi reports

It would appear that the experts may like what THI management is doing.  I did agree with you that being a cent or two off the analysts guidance should be insignficant in light of the advances the...read more
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new thi reports

cibc actually bumped up eps estimates from 3.23 to 3.24 for 2014 and 3.62 to 3.66 for 2015. scotia's new eps estimates are 3.28 and 3.69 for 2014 and 2015.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:It's great to be a Canadian investor, eh?

missed estimates by 2 pennies. basically pretty much priced to perfection. if consensus stays the same ($3.24) t.hortons, at 58.80 trades at a 18.15 p/e - not cheap but not really expensive...read more
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RE:RE:It's great to be a Canadian investor, eh?

Perhaps 32 cents is not a big enough cushion for thei company.  Would appreciate some opinions of other message board members.  rate and reply
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RE:It's great to be a Canadian investor, eh?

What is your thoughts about jumping in at this point.  A person has a 32 cent cushion with the next dividend due in the near future.  The numbers look good.  Is there a reason for the drop?  rate and reply
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It's great to be a Canadian investor, eh?

Profits up! Revenues up! Stock price down? Yeah, yeah, yup... welcome to the TSX, eh?1  rate and reply