Honda Motor Ltd.

HMC-N

NYSE:HMC

23.62
0.19 (0.80%)
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is a Japanese public multinational conglomerate corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles, aircraft, motorcycles, and power equipment.
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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 30, 2019

Took a leadership in hydrogen fuel cells. The problem is that we lack the infrastructure for hydrogen and he wonders where you could fill up your hydrogen car right now. Not confident Honda has chosen the right horse and he would rather buy BMW for their electric cars.

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Honda Motor Ltd. (HMC-N)
August 30, 2019

Took a leadership in hydrogen fuel cells. The problem is that we lack the infrastructure for hydrogen and he wonders where you could fill up your hydrogen car right now. Not confident Honda has chosen the right horse and he would rather buy BMW for their electric cars.

COMMENT
COMMENT
May 29, 2017

Probably a reasonable time to look at automotive companies. Honda builds quality products and an efficiently run company. They seem to be a little slower on the drive to build the electric vehicles. How well this does is going to be all about how they are going to adapt to a rapidly changing industry. Trading at a reasonably low multiple.

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Probably a reasonable time to look at automotive companies. Honda builds quality products and an efficiently run company. They seem to be a little slower on the drive to build the electric vehicles. How well this does is going to be all about how they are going to adapt to a rapidly changing industry. Trading at a reasonably low multiple.

COMMENT
COMMENT
May 5, 2016

The Japanese are making great cars, and are doing a better job than the US automakers. A problem they face is a much stronger yen, which has happened in the last little while even though there are negative interest rates. US sold 80 million cars in North America last year, and that is going to be a hard number to achieve again. Expects car sales will be going down in NA.

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The Japanese are making great cars, and are doing a better job than the US automakers. A problem they face is a much stronger yen, which has happened in the last little while even though there are negative interest rates. US sold 80 million cars in North America last year, and that is going to be a hard number to achieve again. Expects car sales will be going down in NA.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
May 4, 2015

It has not been very good. Investors thought they would benefit from the depreciating Yen and higher exports. If you bought it in Japan you would actually be down.

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It has not been very good. Investors thought they would benefit from the depreciating Yen and higher exports. If you bought it in Japan you would actually be down.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 30, 2015

ADRs. They are US dollar denominated. You either have a currency tailwind or headwind. Last year it was a tailwind. It also harms earnings. If the earnings are off shore and US dollar is strong, exports are hampered. It was an off quarter for Honda. Toyota has done a better job in the last year at getting things sold. He prefers the ones they own – F-N and TTM-N.

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ADRs. They are US dollar denominated. You either have a currency tailwind or headwind. Last year it was a tailwind. It also harms earnings. If the earnings are off shore and US dollar is strong, exports are hampered. It was an off quarter for Honda. Toyota has done a better job in the last year at getting things sold. He prefers the ones they own – F-N and TTM-N.

BUY
BUY
February 12, 2015

He is somewhat bullish on the sector from an auto demand standpoint. The age of cars in Europe has gotten older. He is looking at HMC-N and TM-N. They are both forward thinking, well positioned companies.

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February 12, 2015

He is somewhat bullish on the sector from an auto demand standpoint. The age of cars in Europe has gotten older. He is looking at HMC-N and TM-N. They are both forward thinking, well positioned companies.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 30, 2013

Your views on Toyota (TM-N) and Honda (HMC-N) with consideration of currency risk? Japanese automakers have done a good job of managing currency risks by moving production to where their customers are, so currency risk is less of an issue. The whole auto sector is hurting with Europe being down. This is an economic sector which is global. US automakers have gained back a lot of ground. This is neither expensive nor cheap. Fairly valued.

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Your views on Toyota (TM-N) and Honda (HMC-N) with consideration of currency risk? Japanese automakers have done a good job of managing currency risks by moving production to where their customers are, so currency risk is less of an issue. The whole auto sector is hurting with Europe being down. This is an economic sector which is global. US automakers have gained back a lot of ground. This is neither expensive nor cheap. Fairly valued.

COMMENT
COMMENT
January 20, 2012
Car industry has recovered a little bit off the lows, but certainly isn't back to trend growth and doesn't think it will be for quite some time. Honda is relatively well positioned relative to Toyota (TM-N) and some of the North American manufacturers. Likes their motorcycle division and its margins. Has a little bit better product mix than Toyota. If your portfolio is not heavily weighted toward cyclicals and things that require robust economic growth, then you could add this and be comfortable.
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January 20, 2012
Car industry has recovered a little bit off the lows, but certainly isn't back to trend growth and doesn't think it will be for quite some time. Honda is relatively well positioned relative to Toyota (TM-N) and some of the North American manufacturers. Likes their motorcycle division and its margins. Has a little bit better product mix than Toyota. If your portfolio is not heavily weighted toward cyclicals and things that require robust economic growth, then you could add this and be comfortable.
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
September 26, 2008
This and Toyota (TM-N) are very strong companies and will be strong survivors going forward. Honda has a little bit more exposure to the US market than Toyota but a little less exposure to Japan. Both companies are very well positioned into the emerging markets. By them on a pullback.
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Honda Motor Ltd. (HMC-N)
September 26, 2008
This and Toyota (TM-N) are very strong companies and will be strong survivors going forward. Honda has a little bit more exposure to the US market than Toyota but a little less exposure to Japan. Both companies are very well positioned into the emerging markets. By them on a pullback.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 9, 2008
2.5% dividend. There will have to be a response in the automobile industry to high energy prices. This company is the furthest along the line in terms of hybrid and miles per gallon. Have a leg up on everybody else.
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Honda Motor Ltd. (HMC-N)
September 9, 2008
2.5% dividend. There will have to be a response in the automobile industry to high energy prices. This company is the furthest along the line in terms of hybrid and miles per gallon. Have a leg up on everybody else.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 19, 2007
Would pick Toyota. Staying away from automotive stocks. Facing demand and pricing issue. At this time not the right time, buy if economy strengthens.
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September 19, 2007
Would pick Toyota. Staying away from automotive stocks. Facing demand and pricing issue. At this time not the right time, buy if economy strengthens.
BUY
BUY
February 28, 2007
Both Honda (HMC-N) and Toyota (TM-N) are two of the best automotive stocks in the world. They are both pretty close to their all-time highs. You could make a case for either of these companies. He has no automotive companies.
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February 28, 2007
Both Honda (HMC-N) and Toyota (TM-N) are two of the best automotive stocks in the world. They are both pretty close to their all-time highs. You could make a case for either of these companies. He has no automotive companies.
BUY
BUY
January 15, 2007
Toyota (TM-N) and Honda (HMC-N) are 2 of the premier companies globally along with BMW and Porsche. Expectation is for slightly slower growth. Very simple format of making good-quality cars with 2 brand names that they build upon slowly.
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Honda Motor Ltd. (HMC-N)
January 15, 2007
Toyota (TM-N) and Honda (HMC-N) are 2 of the premier companies globally along with BMW and Porsche. Expectation is for slightly slower growth. Very simple format of making good-quality cars with 2 brand names that they build upon slowly.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
December 13, 2006
Have a lot less product than Toyota. Auto companies are facing difficulty right now, so the pricing environment won’t be very good, even for the successful ones.
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Honda Motor Ltd. (HMC-N)
December 13, 2006
Have a lot less product than Toyota. Auto companies are facing difficulty right now, so the pricing environment won’t be very good, even for the successful ones.
BUY
BUY
November 30, 2006
A very well run company. If you are going to be in the car business, you want to be either in Honda or Toyota, all or in Europe, BMW or Porsche. The yen exchange rate can affect them a great deal. A great story for a long-term view.
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Honda Motor Ltd. (HMC-N)
November 30, 2006
A very well run company. If you are going to be in the car business, you want to be either in Honda or Toyota, all or in Europe, BMW or Porsche. The yen exchange rate can affect them a great deal. A great story for a long-term view.
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