I do not own this stock Superior Plus Corp (TSX-SPB, OTC-SUUIF). I began to follow this stock as it was money trust company that was talked about in the Money Reporter from MPL Communications. In 2011 following this ongoing company changed to a company, it reduced the dividend by some 63%. Since the dividend payouts or distributions never have transformed then. Dividends are by 17 down.5% per year and 11% per year over the past 5 and 10 years. Prior to 2011 the dividends do fluctuate, with increases in some years and decreases other years. There were three years of negative earnings over the past 10 years.

0.17. If you have negative earnings, they are paying out more in dividends they are generating obviously. The current Liquidity Ratio is good at 1.50, but this can be an unusually high proportion because of this company. Revenues per Share are up over the past 5 and 10 years. Using the 5-year running averages, I get a growth of 5.5% per yr and 8.3% per calendar year over these intervals. Earnings are down no matter how you look at them.

Cash Flows per Share are down if you take a look at them over the past 5 and a decade. However, there is absolutely no growth if you are using 5-year working averages within the last 5 and a decade. 1.2M of insider buying. Insiders do not have any plain thing called options, but they have an option like vehicles called Rights Business Performance Share Units, Rights Business Restricted Share Units, Rights Performance Share Units, Rights Deferred Share Units, and Rights Restricted Share Units. Insiders also own Convertible Debentures with interest rates for around 5.75% to 7.5%. There are very good rates. 0.3M. That is just to give you a concept on insider share possession and option beliefs.

When I look at analysts’ suggestions, I find Buy and Hold recommendations. The consensus suggestion is a Buy suggestion. 13.10. This implies a total comeback of 7.28% with 4.7% from dividends and 2.58% from capital gains. The current Price/Earnings Ratio is 12.96 which is pretty good. 0.99. However, there’s been 24 months within the past 5 years that the P/E was negative, so median values might not tell you much.

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9.83. The existing Price/Graham price Ratio is 1.30. The 10-season median P/GP Ratios are 0.87, 1.19 and 1.62. This put the stock price on the high part, but nonetheless in realistic territory. The 10-year median Price/Book Value per Share Ratio is 2.36 and the existing ratio is 24% higher at 2.93. This shows that the stock price is relatively high.

However, the written book Value has been declining over the past 5 and a decade. I still do not like it. Yes, it is paying off its debt. It may generate income in the future, but it has not proven it can. It’s been everywhere with dividends.