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It gives great exposure to south east Asia. Their operations have some revenues from China but most from outside of China.
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WEAK BUY
As prosperity increases across the region, they'll be able to charge higher rents. This is the kind of stock you want to buy if you have a long time horizon and a low beta framework. Good dividend. A good operation, and it's a sleep well at night stock. Reasonably attractive at these levels.
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Big conglomerate. Trades at a discount to NAV. An opportunity to buy. Fairly good relations with the Chinese government. A difficult environment, but they will work things out. They've diversified outside of Asia. Should do well later this year.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Oct 25/19, Down 17%) An asian conglomerate. The Trump put has weighed heavily on Asian stocks. With a Biden presidency, Asia has rallied. They own land in Hong Kong, Thailand and China as well as grocery stores. You get a pan-asian growth path. This is on sale. A high quality franchise.
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WEAK BUY
It is a conglomerate. It is not an expensive stock. It trades at one of its lowest multiples over the last 10 years. There is a very large shareholder that gets a dividend from it and they have not taken the time to look at the businesses. It is a great play on Asia. It is interesting at this low multiple. It has very manageable debt levels.
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TOP PICK
It's a play on a falling US dollar. Great managers. In 2008, when Hong Kong real estate plunged 50%, JM bought everything they could and doubled their money to the point that they have paid off alot of debt. They have a lot of dry powder. They get paid in EM currencies, so the strong US dollar hurts them. However, they increase their dividend 10% annually for the last decade. Trades at 8x earnings, much better than the market. (Analysts’ price target is $62.31)
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BUY
Has owned it since 2015. A fantastic company with exposure to Asia, based in Hong Kong (for the past 200-300 years). Are exposed to grocers, car dealerships and a lot of land. In 2008, they went on a buying spree of land at the right time. He's not worried about its volatility due to current street demonstrations. Dividend grows 6-7% annually. A great way to play Asian growth. You need to diversify geographically.
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TOP PICK
They have headquarters in Hong Kong with pan-Asian operations. There is a presence in the UK as well. The company is family owned since the 80s. The dividend has been raised consistently and is an Asian blue chip at a discount.
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BUY

The stock has been flat. A conglomerate across SE Asia. It's a big conglomerate which includes BMW/ Mercedes dealerships, financials, hotels, supermarkets, parts of Ikea and Starbucks franchises. They are also sitting on a ton of cash. Likes this company because they make smart acquisitions.

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Proxy in Southeast Asia. Very diversified. Chinese economy is slow, so they're having difficulty. EMs are getting slammed with the US dollar. They've said this year will be sluggish. Not a lot of debt. Generate a ton of cash flow. Yield is around 2.7%. Trading around 12x earnings. Has no problems adding to it at these prices.
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A conglomerate through South East Asia. They have been around for 250 years. They are selling their insurance business. Good Management team that would take advantage of opportunities.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
He has owned this for about 18 years. People get confused because it reports in US dollars despite its presence around the world. A great company that pays a good dividend. It trades at 52 week highs, so he would put it on the radar waiting for a better entry point around $64-$66.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jan 11/18, Up 19%) Still cheap at 14x earnings. Will benefit if US dollar falls, because revenues are in EM currencies. Compiling retained earnings. Dividend rising at 7-10% clip. Still buying more today.
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A conglomerate. A low beta stock. Hotels, shoppings and supermarkets and other assets. They just sold an insurance company. Great company for a long term hold. Controlled by a family. Stable.
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(A Top Pick July 27/17, Up 7%) Still pretty good, compared to Chinese stock market. Like a proxy for investing in Southeast Asia and China, without taking on political risk. Owns IKEAs, some Starbucks, car dealerships, hotels, heavy construction equipment. Leveraged only about 35%. Smart guys.

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Jardine Matheson(JM-SP) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 2

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