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TOP PICK
Well-known in the US midwest, where it's the go-to name. 14B in revenue, 20B market cap. Sell tractors and stuff for livestock. Spectacular job of growing their business in double digits, lots of free cash. Acquisition in the works will add more stores. A gem. Foresees double digit revenue and earnings growth. Gobbling up competition. Not much impact from the AMZNs of the world. Yield is 1.12%. (Analysts’ price target is $196.32)
merchandising / lodging
BUY
Last Thursday, they reported a huge top and bottom line beat (39% same-store sales growth vs. the street's 23%), and raised its full-year forecast. Stock is up 87% YTD, because many people have moved to the country. The 26x PE could look pricey, but not if they continue these sales surprises.
merchandising / lodging
DON'T BUY
It sank on earnings recently. A surprise, considering its peers are doing well. The stock also faces headwinds with the end of gardening season. That said, it's a great company, but txpect this to fall a little lower.
merchandising / lodging
COMMENT

He liked consumer stocks a lot until several months ago. We have now gotten into a time period where he thinks the gasoline price is up 15% year-over-year, which is a tax on the consumer. We are also starting to feel the effects and hear the complaints about how much healthcare costs have gone up. This explains the underperformance of any consumer stocks. This company was recommended to him as being interesting because they were able to generate some same-store sales growth until recently. They sell to hobby farmers, and he doesn’t know how to analyse that.

merchandising / lodging
PAST TOP PICK

(Top Pick Jun 7/16, Down, 12.78%) Largest recreation retailer to the hobby ranchers in the US. A weak second quarter was caused by weather. Same store sales were down 0.5% vs. expectations of up 3% and caused the stock to come down.

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TOP PICK

The largest specialty retailer to the recreational farming and ranching communities in the US. It is 3X the size of their next 6 competitors combined. Their core customer is the hobby farmer/rancher. They sell everything from electric mowers to pet food. They operate in smaller towns without the Walmarts and Petsmarts of the world. You will see 15% earnings growth and 20% dividend growth as far as the eye can see, on the back of 5% same-store comps, a percent square footage, improvement in margins and buying shares back. Dividend yield of 1%.

merchandising / lodging
TOP PICK
Sells small tractors and farm equipment but the biggest part of their business is livestock feed. (Own Purina dog food.) No debt and significant free cash flow. In 44 states with about 900 stores but plan to double their store space in the next 5 years and this is not priced into the stock.
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Tractor Supply(TSCO-Q) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 2

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On 2021-10-19, Tractor Supply (TSCO-Q) stock closed at a price of $203.53.