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Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly As the name implies, the company manufacturers fuses and switches used to protect virtually any industrial and commercial electronic component. Recently reported earnings beat expectations by over 50% and support a ROE over 20%. It trades at 18x earnings compared to peers at 30x. It pays a small dividend that has been growing over 11 consecutive years and is supported by a payout ratio under 20% of cashflow. We recommend a stop loss at $210, looking to achieve $309, upside potential over 20%. Yield 0.82% (Analysts’ price target is $309.00)
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COMMENT
Leading manufacturer of fuses used in cars. As electronic vehicles are more widely used, company will benefit. Recent selloff in shares presenting good buying opportunity. Current 18x P/E is a reasonable valuation. Long term hold and currently owns shares.
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BUY
Volatile stock is due to NASDAQ listing. Earnings have been good for the year. Long term, it is a good company due to nature of products. Will probably buy stock soon.
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Bought in in 2015. A mid-cap that provides fuses, switches and sensors to automotives and industrial groups. There is an increasing computerization of vehicles. Fuses are integral to cars now. Internal combustion and battery systems both need fuses. As there is increasing connectivity and IoT will proliferate more, which requires switches, fuses or sensors. Good for the long term. (Analysts’ price target is $294.67)
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HOLD
He holds this. The company makes fuses in the electric automotive space. The challenge in the short term is if unemployment continues in the US, consumers will hold back on big ticket expenses. This may curtail sales. People need to research this more on their own.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
A fuse maker. There is currently a manufacturing recession. You must limit the number of industrials due to volatility. However, the future of electrification will benefit the company. You need a fuse to turn on anything. They increased dividends by 14%. The type of long term investment you want to be in. Search for a good entry point and hold.
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HOLD
Had a bad quarter but they just announced a 12% dividend increase, which is 1.5x more than average company. This is a play on electrification and want to own for the long-run. Currently trades at 15 times earnings
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BUY
Bunch of engineers in Chicago that make fuses. Great opportunity ahead of them. He bought in 2013. The power side of their business has been growing. Dividend have been growing at roughly 14% clip.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Nov 01/17, Down 7%) A small-cap industrial (that makes fuses), so there'll be volatility. Demand is good and they are nicely diversified. They boast 15% earnings and dividend growths, with free cash flow growing 20% yearly. He still believes in this, and has long held it. Last quarter, profits were up 15%.
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PARTIAL BUY

A long-term hold or trading stock? They make fuses. Fuses, sensors and LED lighting is their future. He's long held this and will hold it. Analysts don't understand this stock. Very volatile. has 8% organic growth, over double the U.S. market. 17% profit increase in the past year. Auto sector was weak in Europe and China, but they generate a lot of free cash flow. A recent acquisition has been paid off already. It's in a cyclical industry and it's a small mid-cap stock, so there's no volatility when the wider market goes down. The dividend has tripled in 8 years. There's lots of growth coming. Buy half now and buy more later. If you own it, hold it and enjoy the ride.

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HOLD

It’s not just smartphones and cars, it’s diversified. With small caps, have to pay attention to free cash flow and company quality. It was overextended, and now it’s trading at 15x. He has no intentions of selling his stake. Dividend continues to rise, and this is what you should focus on, since 2⁄3 of all performance comes from this. Not concerned about the share price, as long as underlying earnings are there.

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(A Top Pick May 19/17, Up 28%) The benefit from the electrofication of so many things now, like cars. Wisely, they listen to their customers and build what they want. More computerization in cars requires more fuses. They also make LEDs and sensors. These three are active areas for growth. He's owned it since 2010. Dividend growth continues to be 12-14%. He'd buy half-positions at this point.

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HOLD

Currently trading at around 25X earnings. Down the road and in the future, as more electric cars are coming into play, there is going to be more demand for fuses in cars and other power generations. This is a quality company. It's a little rich now, so continue holding. It would have to come down with the market before he became interested in buying more again.

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HOLD

This is one he wants to own for a long time. It is basically a bunch of engineers that make fuses. Whether it's for smart phones or for electrification of vehicles coming into play. They made a big acquisition that has probably slowed down their earnings a little. The last quarter they missed earnings by a penny, and the stock fell $20, which was a good entry point. The outlook is still very strong moving forward. It's a small-cap stock that hardly anyone knows about, but has the opportunity to grow. Free cash flow continues to grow at roughly 15% a year, which is about what the dividend has been rising at also.

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TOP PICK

Engineers that makes fuses and sensors. We are in the electrification of automobiles and smart phones. You can't turn on your smart phone without a fuse, and you can't turn on your car without a fuse. Over the next 20 years, their growth in the electrification of cars is expected to grow by about 30%. Made an acquisition about 4 months ago, which increased their size by about a 3rd. Earnings came out a penny short, and the stock went down $20, so this is a gift. Dividend yield of 0.7%. (Analysts' price target is $200.)

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Littelfuse Inc.(LFUS-Q) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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Littelfuse Inc.(LFUS-Q) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Littelfuse Inc. stock symbol?

Littelfuse Inc. is a American stock, trading under the symbol LFUS-Q on the NASDAQ (LFUS). It is usually referred to as NASDAQ:LFUS or LFUS-Q

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On 2022-05-27, Littelfuse Inc. (LFUS-Q) stock closed at a price of $270.97.