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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Sep 24/20, Up 4%) Will benefit from the recovery. Safe dividend play. Dividend is relatively slight. Continues to buy for new clients.
food processing
TOP PICK
He thinks it is still relatively cheap. COVID exit will see it get better revenue opportunities. He likes that the family owns a significant chunk. It is priced inexpensively. (Analysts’ price target is $40.78)
food processing
DON'T BUY
They've been pulling back since winter 2017, though shares have recovered well off the $30 low, now hitting resistance. This used to be a steady grower through acquisitions, but are now struggling to find new companies to buy. A bigger problem is that the acquisitions of the past 10 years are diluting company value. This isn't a stalwart grower anymore, nor is it a trading stock or income play (the dividend is below 2%). This likely won't go down much, but look elsewhere.
food processing
HOLD
It is a good quality company and an industry leader. It has a dominant position. It is not the best use of a dollar today as others have better leverage to a recovery, but for 5 years it is a good holding. They are a good consolidator and the industry remains fragmented.
food processing
BUY
An amazing company over the years. The stock has come off and the valuation is the lowest it has been in 6 years. The pandemic has hurt their sales and earnings. Give it a couple of quarters and the numbers will start to look better. It is the most attractive it has been for a number of years.
food processing
DON'T BUY
Consumer staple companies have also been lukewarm. They have grown through acquisition. If the yield goes up to 4-5%, he would be open to look at it more closely.
food processing
TOP PICK
Structural growth story for 3-5 years. Great exposure in US, with growing international presence. Really likes management. Healthy dividend that has grown at 9%. Yield is 2.09%. (Analysts’ price target is $39.11)
food processing
TOP PICK
Always looked expensive, but now is a rare opportunity. The food services side was impacted by the pandemic. Competitors are struggling, so acquisitions are coming that should boost the growth. Raised dividend. Yield is 1.98%. (Analysts’ price target is $39.11)
food processing
HOLD
It is an excellent example of a company whose stock is getting hit here. Its economic sensitivity is as close to zero as possible. For the long term this is a great company to continue to hold. Step in and buy great companies if the stock price goes way down.
food processing
WAIT
Trades in a tight band of consolidation around $40. It's a defensive stock. Wait till summertime seasonality when it may do well. Wait till $42 before considering it; it could breakout above that level.
food processing
DON'T BUY
Problem he sees is that its profitability, with all its acquisitions, has been falling. Stock's trading above its FMV, so not a lot of upside. Should have good support above $37.50, but if it falls below, get out.
food processing
BUY on WEAKNESS
Their earnings disappointed, yes, but he would buy. His model price is $44.99. He would buy at $37--even better. Food stocks, though, are seeing slow growth as consumers shift towards healthier food.
food processing
DON'T BUY
He used to own this for 18 years till he sold it last year. It hadn't done much for the last 5 years and there's now a lot of competition in dairy. Their North American results are flat or negative. They're making big acquisitions abroad, but that comes with risk. Good manager, but flat earnings.
food processing
COMMENT
He watches it, watching defensive stocks. SAP has done well. They bought a UK company, Dairy Crest, and the market liked it. There'll be more acquisitions to come. The only problem is the commodity price of milk and cheeese, which is going down.
food processing
DON'T BUY
He solid it last year. He lost faith in them become more than a commodity (dairy) supplier; it lacks pricing power. It's made acquisitions to try to grow, because there's little organic growth. A good, solid company, but can they get passed being a price-taker with no control over the prices of their products?
food processing
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Saputo Inc.(SAP-T) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 4

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On 2021-10-20, Saputo Inc. (SAP-T) stock closed at a price of $31.4.