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DON'T BUY
Hard to analyze, because they don't have any balance sheets (which sounds weird). For example PM, with its 5.5% yield, has negative shareholder equity of 10B. If something were to happen to this company, there's no balance sheet to help you. It's a high wire act. These stocks are too risky for him. Try to avoid.
tobacco
DON'T BUY
A very good company, but he doesn't recommend tobacco stocks.
tobacco
COMMENT
Hit in last couple of days. 7% yield, growing at 9% a year. Headwinds from an ESG perspective. Very inexpensive at 11x earnings. Steady performer as far as total returns. Have to ask yourself if, over time, institutions are less likely to own it.
tobacco
DON'T BUY
Tobacco companies have been up and down and sideways. He's not comfortable with this space. Not expensive, but not exciting. On a technical basis, meandering sideways.
tobacco
DON'T BUY
Cash cow, but how much growth is there? What are its long-term opportunities? Tobacco side of the business is in decline. Vaping, the saviour, now under pressure. Don't be baited by the high dividend. Not a good result if you get the dividend, but stock price declines.
tobacco
HOLD
There is much controversary around their vaping business. Smoking used to be on the rise in the developing world, but that may be plateauing as well. The dividend is likely safe. You won't make a 10% return per year, but a good holding.
tobacco
DON'T BUY
Average down? Normally this space is a very strong cash flow generator. Personally, she does not invest in stocks that have been proven to be detrimental to people's health. She would sell and put the money into a sector that has better growth opportunities. (Analysts’ price target is $97.00)
tobacco
DON'T BUY
Regulatory issues, and growth in e-cigarettes have put the stock under pressure. Beat today, so stock jumped. Have to try to grow with the new trends. Not an area he wants to be in. Nice dividend.
tobacco
DON'T BUY
The trend in smoking, both domestically and internationally, is on the down trend. He does not own it. Companies are trying to expand their foot print into areas around the tobacco space. There are better dividend payers out there. Yield 6.7%
tobacco
DON'T BUY
It has a great dividend. The balance sheet has gone no where and the fair market value is 35% below current levels. Very, very expensive. Cigarettes will remain around a long time, but it is not the kind of stock that would let him sleep well at night. It is trading at 82 times book value -- way too risky. Their big share buy back might backfire in that the there may not be enough liquidity to create support in time of trouble.
tobacco
DON'T BUY
Sector has faced headwinds. What does growth in e-cigarettes mean for growth? Getting a dividend yield of 4-5%. Wouldn't buy here. Likes Molson-Coors better, it's been washed out, 3% dividend, room for growth.
tobacco
DON'T BUY
Buy it for the dividend? No. Earnings are not growing. Their vape products are flat and falling; volumes are decreasing. The dividend isn't growing much either, at only 5% yearly vs. 8% for the wider market. If they don't execute on their plans, you could get more pain down the road. The dividend is outgrowing their free cash flow, so down the road their payout ratio will become too high.
tobacco
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Aug 28/18, Up 10%) Tobacco stocks have been dead in the water. Lately it’s shown signs of life. Has to get over a long resistance line. It’s at the “shoulder” of head and shoulders now. Rally could be short-lived. Take a win and move on.
tobacco
DON'T BUY

It has negative equity of $12 billion. It trades on air. There are better opportunities elsewhere. Don't touch it.

tobacco
TOP PICK

An ugly chart, long out of favour, at 2013-14 levels. The risk is to the upside. The first stop is $95. Also, there's no reason tobaccp companies can't get into cannabis. (Analysts' price target: $93.58)

tobacco
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Philip Morris International(PM-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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Philip Morris International is a American stock, trading under the symbol PM-N on the New York Stock Exchange (PM). It is usually referred to as NYSE:PM or PM-N

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On 2022-07-01, Philip Morris International (PM-N) stock closed at a price of $99.72.