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The whole UK grocery sector has been under a lot of pressure. The problem is too much square footage growth from competitors. On his radar screen. It has a lot of work to do to pick itself back up.

food stores
DON'T BUY

UK based grocer. They had a change of CEO and are reviewing some revenues recently. It looks like the competitors in the UK will get worse.

food stores
WAIT

TSCDY-N is the ADR. They said they had a $215M overstatement in the books. With accounting stuff sometimes it ends up not just being one quarter so there could be more bad news to come. It is a great company and has a great franchise. They continue to have deflation in the food sector. He would wait until things settle down and you have a full understanding of what happened on the accounting side. The dividend may get cut. Wait for a couple of weeks to a month to see what happens.

food stores
HOLD

We are coming into some old technical resistance in the $22-$23 range from 2011. If a low is taken out you should sell it otherwise stick with it.

food stores
COMMENT

One of the most global grocers in the world. Has a very big emerging-market exposure. Tried to get into the US but it didn’t work out and they are now pulling out. Came out with a fairly disappointing UK performance.

food stores
DON'T BUY

Sold his holdings about 2 years ago. Stumbled when they went into the US with their Fresh markets and this was followed by some management changes. Have been stumbling along since then but have had a bit of a recovery here. He prefers stocks with stable management. Dividend yield of about 4.25%, which is probably very safe.

food stores
DON'T BUY

High-quality company. British-based grocery retailer. Have about 25% of the UK market and have about 30% of their revenue outside of the UK. Multiples at 1st blush look okay. EBITDA at 7.7 times is a little bit on the high side for grocery stores. Dividend looks attractive at 4.4%, but in the UK, you can buy the whole index that yields 4%. Not excited about grocery store sector. Slow growth, low margin industry that is being attacked from many different angles.

food stores
BUY
(London Stock Exchange) Grocery chain in the UK. Have upgraded some of their stores in the last little while. Has some defensive characteristics.
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