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Boston Pizza Royalties: Top 10 Undervalued Restaurants Industry Stocks (BPF-UN)

The Globe and Mail - Mon Jan 2, 2023
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Boston Pizza Royalties is now ranked among the top 10 undervalued stocks in the Restaurants industry on the Toronto Stock Exchange or TSX Venture Exchange. A stock is considered undervalued if it trades at a discount to its valuation – a calculation used to determine the intrinsic (true) worth of a company. Valuation methodology provided by Stockcalc (see below).

Restaurants: Companies that own, operate, and franchise full-service restaurants that engage in the retail sale of prepared food and drink. Stocks in this category are held primarily for capital appreciation.

SymbolNameClose Price ($)Valuation ($)DifferenceAverage Vol (30D)Market Cap ($M)Yield (%)P/E Ratio
BPF-UN-TBoston Pizza Royalties15.0816.381.3
(8.62)
36,789373.77.49.5
COHO-XCoho Collective Kitchens0.130.220.09
(72.44)
63,0861100
ODD-XOdd Burger0.290.330.04
(15.07)
25,53624.500
FRII-TFreshii2.242.30.06
(2.68)
175,33566.300
MTY-TMTY Food Gr57.0760.183.11
(5.44)
19,2611,394.71.515.1
JK-XJust Kitchen Hldgs0.10.110.01
(8.54)
53,3127.500

More about Boston Pizza Royalties

All data provided as-at market close December 29, 2022. The list is sorted by stocks with the greatest percentage difference between valuation and price. Boston Pizza Royalties Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund is a limited purpose open-ended trust. It owns Boston Pizza trademarks for Canada. The company receives revenue in the form of royalty income. Boston Pizza Royalties is listed under BPF-UN on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Stockcalc

StockCalc is a Canadian fintech company specializing in fundamental valuations for North American stocks and ETFs. StockCalc valuations (https://www.stockcalc.com/Resources) can help determine if a stock is undervalued. StockCalc's Weighted Average Valuation (WAV) is based on a proprietary calculation using model and analyst inputs, including: Discounted Cash Flow (DCF), Price & Other Comparables, Multiples, Adjusted Book Value (ABV) and Analyst Consensus

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