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Canadian National Railway Company (CNR.TO)

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141.58-0.69 (-0.48%)
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    trevor
    This is one of only 5 Canadian wide moat stocks on Morningstar.

    The others are CP ENB TD and RY.

    Buy and hold forever...
  • M
    Muhammad
    What’s a good number to sell this guy ?
  • D
    DennisK
    earnings decline reason for big hit??
  • a
    ali
    this stock was doing very good what happened? and at what price did you guy buy it
  • b
    blackoutbuzz
    CNR has dropped to the 50 day SMA. A correction to ~130 would place the stock at the center of a long-term trend channel running back to 2009.
  • R
    Ray
    Stock splits don’t increase shareholder value, besides the stock price isn’t all that expensive to begin with!
  • S
    Stocktargetadvisor
    $CNI
    Target Raised by Cowen Outperform USD 111 » USD 116
  • H
    Hassan
    Please stop mentionning splits. Specially if you holding this stock longterm. It does absolutly nothing!
  • A
    ALLAN B
    Time to buy on the dip...right on schedule....
  • D
    DennisK
    new highs later this week?
  • R
    Rorus
    Split!!
  • N
    Nicole
    They had some interesting insights about CNR.TO on (http://Bestplays.uno). Definitely made me think twice about the company.
  • D
    DennisK
    big day coming pfe vaccine
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    MadPawn
    Stock reaching a historic high in the middle of a pandemic when economic activity is slowing down. Way overvalued by the company’s own historic standards.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CNR.TO reached an all time high at 148.60
  • S
    Stockguru
    $95-96 next stop. We just broke the 50
  • s
    stocktargetadvisor
    $CNI $CNR.CA
    BMO lifts target as earnings on tap
  • C
    Chauncey
    Way overvalued right here. The only good performance sector of theirs is agriculture.
  • D
    Derek
    CN looks like its getting back into the trucking business....in a big way.
    With the complete renovation of the company in preparation for privatization in 1995, the trucking arm, CN Intermodal, was one of the many businesses jettisoned. In fairness, not much of anything did in those days made much sense (or any money) when CN was a government-run employment project.

    But attempts to bridge the "last mile" rail service gap is a long, sordid story or frustrating failure. Many technologies tried and abandoned.
    But the reliability and time sensitive responsiveness of long-distance haul by rail, especially by CN and CP, has improved immensely. And technology is improving the 'tighter linkage' potential of rail with trucks. Ultimately, perhaps even becoming nearly automated...more like how a pipeline works than the traditional image of a railway. Not so "fantastic sci-fi" an idea anymore.

    This strategy is neither an easy or riskless idea. It has failed numerous times by every Class 1, for various reasons.
    But it remains the obvious, glaring opportunity that rail still has left in front of it.
    And while American rail competitors are only now starting to mouth the words "scheduled ralroading" (!) , CN could maintain and maybe expand its 20-year lead with a success.
    Fingers crossed.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    CNR.TO reached an all time high at 142.50