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She favours defensive stocks in an economic slowdown. They dominate in the biscuits sales and picked up more customers during Covid. Shares pulled back after Target did. Trading at xxx forward earnings. Pays 2.4% dividend. Emering markets (Analysts’ price target is $72.57)
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(A Top Pick Feb 19/21, Up 25%) They own most of those brands and have gained market share. The growth rate will be higher in developing markets. Short-term, MDLZ is facing supply chain shortages, but this should improve. The PE
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A global snacking company boasting big global brands like Cadbury, Oreo and Ritz, and dominate in biscuits, chocolate and gum. It's a relatively defensive name, but also growth-oriented. Consumers have brand loyalty to their snacks. Covid allowed developed markets to grow because people stayed home and snacked. MDLZ is innovating and acquiring companies in order to expand in cakes and pastry. Pays a 2.2% dividend. The PE can expand, trading at a discount to Pepsi and Coke. (Analysts’ price target is $70.24)
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He sold this when the economic cycle turned risk-on. Similar comments to Verizon, though this is less dividend-centric. It's a good company, once the snack food operation of Kraft until it was spun off. Strong international earnings and reasonable valuation, but the market doesn't pay much attention to this (or its sector). There's better growth elsewhere.
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In the global snacking category, with about 40% of earnings coming from EM. Earnings may be somewhat lumpy, as they reflect what's going on in the economy, but there's stronger growth there than, say, a Kellogg in its mature market.
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DON'T BUY
Well run. Food and beverage has historically been a great area to invest in. He worries about margin compression. Brands are getting into more specialized niches, such as local craft breweries, which the big companies have to then buy and carry increased debt. In brands, you always want to go upmarket, rather than go with the mass players.
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(A Top Pick Sep 30/20, Up 7%) Sold this last March. Needed a more risk on profile. People are looking at broad based economic indicators and companies that are associated with that.
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74% of revenue is from emerging markets, where there's less penetration of packaged snack foods. As income levels grow, increased demand for products will support secular growth. Benefited from Covid. Kept market share. Topline growth stronger last quarter. Branching into adjacent categories like baked goods. Dividend usually increased annually. Yield is 2.24%. (Analysts’ price target is $70.25)
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(A Top Pick Jul 16/20, Up 22%) Fairly defensive, and are the leaders in chocolate biscuits and gum which people are a lot of during last year's lockdowns. Oreo's and Mr. Christie's are well-known brands. They gained market share in the pandemic and continue to. The new CEO is growing margins and topline, so increasing their marketing spend. 37% of their revenues comes from emerging markets, which offers strong demand. Still trades at a reasonable PE compared to peers like Pepsico.

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They have an analysts' meeting on Wednesday. It's a fantastic confection stock. Buy ahead of the meeting.
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(A Top Pick May 13/20, Up 29%) Has owned this for years and will hang on. They posted a good quarter recently. When the pandemic hit, consumers stuck to big brands like Ritz Crackers, but MDLZ also attracted new customers. So, MDLZ advertised to keep and attract customers which paid off with organic growth. The valuation gap between MDLZ and global staples like Pepsi will close over time. Too pricey now, so buy on dips. 40% of business is in emerging markets and will grow further there.

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(A Top Pick May 13/20, Up 21%) A leader in snacks. Defensive name. Gained share in 8% of their categories last year. Valuation is at a discount, plus sales to EM provide a good runway for growth.
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Holds the number one market share in biscuits, candy and chocolate. Snacking is a favourable category with less private labels and more brand loyalty. Benefitted from covid with consumers gravitating to familiar brands. 40% of revenues come from emerging markets and demand will continue to increase. Trading at an attractive valuation. (Analysts’ price target is $65.24)
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Good company. Large percentage of sales are international, so it's a weak US dollar play. International growth is higher than most consumer goods. Well priced. A good fit in a portfolio.
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(A Top Pick Nov 12/19, Up 13%) Just under 40% of revenues come from emerging markets, and this will continue to grow. During the pandemic, they've seen stronger growth in their belt market, as people are doing more snacking at home. Trades at a discount to peers, and this gap should narrow over time.
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Mondelez International(MDLZ-Q) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 4

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 6

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