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BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks The UN stock pays a dividend of 3.37% at a 77% payout ratio, safe though higher than the sector average of 58.53%. Trading at a 23.4x PE, UL trades slightly cheaper than competitors Procter & Gamble whose PE is 25x or Colgate-Palmolive at 26.3x. Read 3 Promising Euro Stocks to Buy for our full analysis.
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HOLD
For income? She's adding to this and has long owned this. The share price is fair. 6% of revenues are in emerging markets, and that's why she owns it. Growth rates will be higher in EM while flat in developed countries. However, this reversed in 2020, because EM countries have been slower to contain Covid. At least you're paid 3.5% to wait.
food processing
TOP PICK
Shares are down 20% for little reason. Highly diversified, they're entrenched in emerging markets, though growth has slowed in recent years. He expects UN to shed the weaker tea division and buy brands in faster-growth organic health businesses. Pays a 3.5% dividend. There's consistent earnings and dividend growth. You need some consumer and healthcare stocks in addition to cyclical ones. (Analysts’ price target is $54.50)
food processing
DON'T BUY
Consumer staples, like REITs and utilities, are a safety haven, but staples are struggling to grow their toplines, given less clout with retailers for shelf space. UN has a lot of household products, but not luxury--their product suite doesn't grow that quickly and doesn't excite him like, say, Staples. At least you're paid a 3% dividend.
food processing
DON'T BUY
Kraft tried to buy UN, so UN tried to restructure and improve margins, but the CEO didn't do this. Nestle has outperformed them though trades at a higher valuation. UN should exit unsuccessful products and divisions. UN will struggle to meet margin requirements in the next little while. On Tuesday, UN issued a sales warning and sold off.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Nov 02/18, Up 14%) Access to emerging market without the risk. Historically, a 10% dividend growth rate over time. They are moving into e-commerce and attracting millennials. They are moving into health products and makeup.
food processing
BUY
An income generator. More than 60% of income comes from emerging markets. They are making acquisitions in the millennial segment and they will continue to perform well.
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COMMENT

Nestle is better longer term proxy for this space. UN-N has been under-performing against it peers as they have been below guidance and have seen market share losses.

food processing
TOP PICK
Global consumer staples. Defensive growth stock. 60% of revenues come from emerging markets. EMs are a stronger market than developed markets. Owns Dove, Axe, Lipton's, Breyer's, Hellmann's. Increase dividend regularly. Yield is 2.97%. (Analysts’ price target is $63.50)
food processing
DON'T BUY

Trades at 20x earnings and pays a 3.4% yield. The problem is that Kraft wanted to buy them. Unilever reacted by restructuring, but did so poorly. They are cutting investments to meet their targets, which is not a good move. Another problem is that they won't sell unprofitable parts of their business. Third, they are using their balance sheet to buy businesses instead of re-structuring properly. They're in a lot tougher business now than years ago, given online/social media branding.

food processing
HOLD
A bohemoth, running into challenges like everyone else. Not a lot of topline growth. So they need to innovate and find small companies to buy. Across the consumer goods universe, he'd pick UN over the others. Happy to collect the dividend, it's a stable company. Long-term hold.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Dec 28/17, Down 3%) Compared to P&G, they have their feet on the ground better because of recent acquisitions. Open to increasing brand scope. 40% of revenues are in EM, and that's where growth will come from.
food processing
TOP PICK

Pays a 3.3% yield. They're the leader in emerging markets. Their last quarter beat the street with good growth in EM. Also, they're buying a lot of small, ubiquitous companies that Gen Xers and Millennials patronize. (Analysts’ price target is $61.67)

food processing
HOLD

The staple companies are starting to sell off, including this though it bumped up when Warren Buffett tried to buy it. It's 50/50 in developing and emerging markets. Hold for the long run and you will be rewarded with higher dividends and share price. Worth looking at.

food processing
DON'T BUY

He is not bullish on consumer stocks. They have been losing pricing power. Unilever has great brands but the ecommerce move is making it difficult for FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) companies, putting more pricing pressure on them. It has become very easy to build new cosmetic brands and these new boutique brands will add pressure on companies like Unilever.

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Unilever NV(UN-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 2

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