November 26, 2013 Comments

On Tuesday the S&P 500 was flat while Toronto was down 0.9%.

On the other hand Alimentation Couche-Tard surged 3.0% to $76.17. It’s now up 56% this year having started the year at $48.19 and rated Buy. And, it’s up 338% since it was first added to this site almost nine years ago on March 31, 2005 rated (lower) Strong Buy at $17.40. That works out to an average yearly compounded gain of 18% per year for anyone who bought and held that whole time. Apparently, in the case of this company, rumors that buy-and-hold-is-dead are greatly exaggerated. I plan to update the report for this company by Sunday.

Toll Brothers was up 3.5% as the latest Case-Shiller home price index saw additional price gains for U.S. houses in September

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top