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The reviews from different experts suggest that Tyson Foods Inc. could benefit from the popular weight-loss drugs due to the removal of protein as well as fat, which would require consumers to consume more protein, ultimately benefiting Tyson. The company's costs for beef and chicken have declined, which should lower their costs, but there are doubts about whether the company is organized enough to profit from it. Trevor Rose's insights indicate that the company pays a good yield, has grown its dividends, and operates in a defensive sector, making it suitable for income. However, there isn't much expected growth in the near to intermediate term.

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Mixed
Valuation
Fair Value
BUY
Tyson Foods Inc.

It could benefit from the popular wight-loss drugs, because those drugs actually remove protein as well as fat. Those who take these drugs must consume more protein, which is how Tyson benefits.

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DON'T BUY
Tyson Foods Inc.

They report Monday. Costs for beef and chicken have declined, which should lower their costs, but is TSX organized enough to profit from it? TSN has been a major slump. He doubts it.

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PARTIAL BUY
Tyson Foods Inc.
Trevor Rose’s Insights - Trevor’s most-liked answers from 5i Research

TSN pays a good yield of 4%, and management has grown its dividends nicely over the past 10 years. Sales growth is expected to be modest in the next few years (low single digits), and it generates a good level of operating cash flows. Its margins have contracted over the past 12 months, and it has missed on its five past earnings results. Its balance sheet is strong, with a good cash balance of $706M and an equity position of $18.9B. It has its strengths and operates in a defensive sector. We would be comfortable with this name for income, but we do not expect much in the way of growth in the near to intermediate term. 
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DON'T BUY
Tyson Foods Inc.

It reports Monday. Must listen to their conference call to determine food inflation. But this stock has disappointed so often in the past.

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DON'T BUY
Tyson Foods Inc.
Produces about 20% of U.S. meat, but is slumping, down 37% from its all-time February peak when it reported a super quarter: 24% revenue growth and 48% earnings growth. But just one week after that, analysts downgraded it based on deteriorating margins, food inflation (weaker beef sales ahead), and beef and chicken gains that were already built into the stock. They still delivered a good quarter in May, but cut volume growth forecast. Summer saw shares still falling and bad headline like a price-gouging investigation by NY attorney general. Also were chicken operation problems. August quarter: Sales growth slowed, were weaker margins and cut their full-year guidance to zero growth. September: new CFO who was soon arrested for public intoxication. More problems. Last month's quarter came in mixed, including missed EPS. Inflation and a weaker economy means consumers will trade down and not buy high-end meat, which will hit Tyson.
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COMMENT
Tyson Foods Inc.
They report Monday. Food inflation is hitting everyone hard. Tyson will hurt the bull case for certain; they always do.
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BUY
Tyson Foods Inc.
Has a supply chain and distribution channels (important during all these cyber attacks) and trades at a decent PE.
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PAST TOP PICK
Tyson Foods Inc.

(A Top Pick Jan 14/21, Up 15.6%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with TSM has triggered its stop at $75. We recommend covering any holdings at this time. Combined with our previous recommendation to cover 50% of the position, this results in a total investment return of 19%.

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PAST TOP PICK
Tyson Foods Inc.
(A Top Pick Jan 14/21, Up 23.3%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with TSN has achieved its $80 objective. To remain disciplined, we recommend covering 50% of the position and trailing up the stop to $75. This would all but guarantee a minimum investment return over 19%.
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COMMENT
Tyson Foods Inc.
It reports Monday. We'll likely hear about the chicken shortage and the price of corn and food inflation.
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Tyson Foods Inc.
They keep dropping the ball. The stock does well in the $60s. The stock has burned him the past.
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TOP PICK
Tyson Foods Inc.
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly TSN is the world's largest meat producer, selling to over 140 countries. The pandemic caused operational issues with outbreaks at its numerous facilities, but those have been virtually all resolved. It pays a great dividend, backed by a 29% payout ratio. It trades at 13x earnings, compared to a sector average of 43x, making it good value here. We would buy this with a $50 stop-loss, looking to achieve $80 -- potential upside of over 22%. Yield 2.78% (Analysts’ price target is $80.00)
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TOP PICK
Tyson Foods Inc.
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly In a market that is getting tougher to find upside value, TSN also pays a good dividend with growth potential. The meat processing company trades at only 13 times current earnings and its dividend is backed by a 33% payout ratio. Recent earnings showed a 40% increase in operating income and EPS of $1.90 -- $0.70 above expectation. They also hold $3.2 billion in cash. The dividend has grown by 36% annually over the past five years. We would trade this with a $55 stop-loss, looking to achieve $79 -- over 20% upside. Yield 2.59% (Analysts’ price target is $79.30)
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Tyson Foods Inc.
This meat processor had a major Covid problem that seems to be behind them. He used to believe that better US-China relations would benefit TSN, because the Chinese eat a lot of pork, but now he feels that only sharply better earnings will help. Tyson hasn't delivered on that for a long time. If so, then this will soar. If. They report Monday.
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TOP PICK
Tyson Foods Inc.
Has excellent supply in pork, beef and chicken, and are now making packaged dinners. China is a key customer. (Analysts’ price target is $98.85)
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Tyson Foods Inc.(TSN-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 3

Stockchase rating for Tyson Foods Inc. is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

Tyson Foods Inc.(TSN-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Tyson Foods Inc. stock symbol?

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On 2024-04-19, Tyson Foods Inc. (TSN-N) stock closed at a price of $59.95.