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The participation share, not the underlying share of $14,000 CAD. High valuation stock. Affordable luxury going into a recession. 5-10 year total return growth path has been around 30% per annum. Asset light. Global. Chocolate consumption is linked to rising wealth. Long-term hold. (Price target in CHF.) Yield is 1.13%. (Analysts’ price target is $10542.00)
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Mar 05/20, Up 2%) Results yesterday. Net debt fell significantly. Chocolate is a growth business. As countries get richer, they tend to buy chocolate. Continues to like it and buy it.
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(A Top Pick Apr 25/19, Up 18%) It has been phenomenal. It has benefited also from the strength of the Swiss currency. Chocolate is quite good from a health point of view. It is a luxury in that people ear looking for in this environment.
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Organic growth story. Dividend growth. (Analysts’ price target is $763.78)
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BUY

They recently did a 500-million Swiss franc buyback that will propel the stock higher. Organic growth is driven by opening new stores, which drives sales. Recovering growth. Also, their Russell Stover brand is recovering in the U.S. World consumption remains strong with growth in markets like China. LISP has more cash than debt in a strong balance sheet. This is a good defensive growth stock in volatile times.

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$9,000 per share, but performance has long been amazing with dividend increase. New store sales, US growth and growth in emerging markets will all drive growth. (Target price: CHF 6,825)
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(A Top Pick Mar 20/09. Up 53%.) High-end chocolate/confectionery's. Just increased the dividend by 11%. Stock recently moved higher on expectations on earnings growth in emerging markets, especially India, China and Brazil.
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(Swiss exchange.) Going into a recession, banks and consumer discretionary go down the most but usually are the first to move again. This is the premier chocolatier globally. Just started to expand outside of Europe in the last 5-10 years. Very little debt. Operating margins are so high they create a tremendous amount of cash flow. Dividends went up 10%. Have long-term contracts for cocoa.
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Lindt & Spruengli(LISP-SIX) Rating

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