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BUY on WEAKNESS
Use of free cashflow, family ownership? Prestige cosmetics negatively affected by Covid. Owns a number of brands. Global. Great business economics, strong balance sheet, management looks good. Valuation is high at 30x earnings, with free cashflow 2%. Consistent free cashflow generator for a decade, reasonable capital allocation. If you have your heart set on buying, wait for weakness.
Consumer Products
BUY
They report Tuesday. He likes it. Trades at 39x earnings which the market consider too expensive and fears EL's key Asian market will close due to Covid. He bets the CEO has tackled this problem. This will fly again.
Consumer Products
BUY
Strong, long-term organic growth. Skin care and makeup are the sweet spot. China has been a strong part of their growth and will continue to be, especially as middle class grows. Online has grown to about 28% of sales. Incredible brand recognition. Not a cheap stock, but it never is.
Consumer Products
BUY
High value products. Effectively grew business online. Executes well. Huge opportunity in China with growth of middle class spending.
Consumer Products
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick May 07/21, Up 8%) Believes company will benefit as economy opens up after Covid-19 pandemic. Makeup sales will grow as people return to normal life. Re-opening offices, stores and restaurants will see women use more makeup. Company has superb management and products.
Consumer Products
COMMENT
It reports Tuesday. He expects a weak quarter and expectations are low, so it won't take much for an upside surprise to lift this stock. There are worries over Chinese demand for cosmetics and skincare.
Consumer Products
BUY
Really likes it. Great organic growth. Adjusted well to Covid, moving products online. China is a big market for them, and as it grows its middle class, there will be growth for them. Not much of a dividend, but margins have improved. Well run. Great brand. People will continue to use skin care products despite Covid changing our habits.
Consumer Products
BUY
The world's biggest cosmetics company and has done really well. He bought it as a reopening play. People were buying skincare during the lockdown. And now restaurants are open and women are buying fragrances. Also, their duty-free business will come back. EL is gaining market share in China. EL continues to execute. It's well-managed and facing more growth by buying small, niche brands.
Consumer Products
BUY

It's been heavily shorted, but today's FDA approval of Pfizer gave it a boast. It's a play on cross-border travel (prominent in duty-free airports). No wonder it jumped over 1% today.

Consumer Products
TOP PICK
A big normalization stock. Largest company in fragrances, skincare and makeup. As people go back to work, there will be more demand for perfume and makeup. They also do a huge duty free business so once international travel starts to come back, they will benefit from it. Great management. Grows by acquisitions. (Analysts’ price target is $337.12)
Consumer Products
BUY

Hit fresh highs today Is up nearly 20% this year. She loves their deal with Target.

Consumer Products
DON'T BUY
Long term, you can buy/trade this. But the chart now looks like April-May when the stock dropped 5-7%. So wait for a better entry. Otherwise, he can't recommend it now.
Consumer Products
TOP PICK
One of the biggest companies in makeup, haircare and skincare. Department stores and specialty retails got shut down so there was a hit. As these markets come back, they will start to do better. There is still more in it. Fragrances and makeup is expected to come back. Very well run. (Analysts’ price target is $330.43)
Consumer Products
BUY
They last reported blow-out numbers and he expects the same when they report Monday.
Consumer Products
BUY
No, this hasn't played out after its recent super quart which in facter is just the start of their upturn. The department stores are insignificant. Rather, once we take our masks off, customers will get made up and post it across social media alot.
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Estee Lauder(EL-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 9

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 10

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On 2022-06-24, Estee Lauder (EL-N) stock closed at a price of $270.2.