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    CCL Industries inc.

    The mopey files:

    I had been waiting so patiently to purchase CCL industries and had a buy in for $42 for a while now. Kaboom off like a rocket today. Congrats to those who hold it. Great company. Now I will have to re-evaluate my new entry. ( does a Charlie brown walk away...)


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    They look like a good company, the yield was always a little low for me - has never really gotten above 3%. Sometimes though, you miss out when you wait too long on a good company.

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    CCL's bump was a huge surprise for me -- glad I jumped in when I did. The low yield did not concern me as they have a solid history of increasing their dividends, so this is a great addition to a long term portfolio.

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    Is the CCL dividend history any good? Haven't been tracking this guy...
    Hidden Content - Working on a $1 million portfolio and $30k per year from it.

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    Pretty good - 7 increases in the last 7 years, just about doubled in that time (from 10 cents to 19.5 cents).

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    Great dividend history. At least there is a gap now between 46 and 48 "to be filled" if you believe in that. Still waiting for my order to be filled with Saputo as well - After it gapped up, I set a buy in the middle.

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    Holy, just checked this out. CCL continuing to kill it, now $140 13 year dividend all star.

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    CCL.B : TSX

    Congratulations to all who have this in their long-term basket.
    Now over $300.

    I've never owned this directly; only as a component of mutual funds.
    Mawer owns 1.44%
    RBC GAM owns 1.26%

    From 2007 high to 2009 low, CCL dropped about 60%, so not immune to shareholder panic.

    It may be setting up for a mild June swoon; June is often weak for CCL.
    Seasonality graph: http://stockcharts.com/freecharts/se...bol=CCL%2FB.TO

    Live weekly with 65 week exponential moving average:
    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=CCL...d=p15328762179

    ADDED:

    CCL Industries Inc. approves a five-for-one stock split.

    http://www.cclind.com/docs/default-s...eeting-results
    Last edited by zylon; 2017-05-12 at 10:39 AM.

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    I have a piece of them, and have sold some over the years for profit taking.
    The year they bought part of Avery was the year the stock price jumped.

    Stock spit eh. Second one in what I hold in the last 12 months. I used to sort of think of them being rare.

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    From the time this thread was created a little over 4 years ago, CCL.B has provided a 50% annual rate of return. It's now worth almost 6x the price from Jan 2013. I own some in my Lowdiv portfolio.

    This isn't a tiny stock, either. The market cap is $10.8 billion.

    It would be unfortunate if a "dividend investor" ignored this stock because the 0.8% yield was too low.


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