Kellog

K-N

NYSE:K

63.08
0.43 (0.69%)
The Kellogg Company is an American multinational food manufacturing company headquartered in Battle Creek, Michigan, United States.
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TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 8, 2020
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly We are being rewarded for our patience as this was a buy on weakness target. An obvious household name, K often gets over looked, but it is proving to be a survivor. The company just upgraded its annual sales and profit guidance for the year as organic net sales are up 9% on the quarter. EPS beat analyst expectations by 32%. We like the dividend and feel it is secure. We would use $60 as a stop loss. Yield 3.29% (Analysts’ price target is $71.79)
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September 8, 2020
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly We are being rewarded for our patience as this was a buy on weakness target. An obvious household name, K often gets over looked, but it is proving to be a survivor. The company just upgraded its annual sales and profit guidance for the year as organic net sales are up 9% on the quarter. EPS beat analyst expectations by 32%. We like the dividend and feel it is secure. We would use $60 as a stop loss. Yield 3.29% (Analysts’ price target is $71.79)
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
July 30, 2020
Stockchase Editor: Michael O'Reilly Looking for yield can be challenging, but K is a company that is proving its worth during the pandemic. An obvious household name, it often gets over looked, but it is proving to be a survivor. The company just upgraded its annual sales and profit guidance for the year as organic net sales are up 9% on the quarter. EPS beat analyst expectations by 32%. We like the dividend and feel it is secure. We would look to enter on a pullback near $67 and use $62 as a stop loss. Yield 3.21%
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July 30, 2020
Stockchase Editor: Michael O'Reilly Looking for yield can be challenging, but K is a company that is proving its worth during the pandemic. An obvious household name, it often gets over looked, but it is proving to be a survivor. The company just upgraded its annual sales and profit guidance for the year as organic net sales are up 9% on the quarter. EPS beat analyst expectations by 32%. We like the dividend and feel it is secure. We would look to enter on a pullback near $67 and use $62 as a stop loss. Yield 3.21%
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
January 9, 2020
They were upgraded to a buy for the first time since 2014 by BMo. This has peaked her interest.
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January 9, 2020
They were upgraded to a buy for the first time since 2014 by BMo. This has peaked her interest.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 7, 2018

They took over Pringles last year. This whole space has been extremely challenged. They struggle to grow and particularly in the cereal space. They are having trouble because people's' preferences have changed. There are higher raw materials costs. We are moving away from snacks as well as cereals. Some of these tried to attract investors with high returns of capital. In fact they are just giving back your own capital and not producing enough to cover these big dividends. We should see it 12% lower next year.

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Kellog (K-N)
June 7, 2018

They took over Pringles last year. This whole space has been extremely challenged. They struggle to grow and particularly in the cereal space. They are having trouble because people's' preferences have changed. There are higher raw materials costs. We are moving away from snacks as well as cereals. Some of these tried to attract investors with high returns of capital. In fact they are just giving back your own capital and not producing enough to cover these big dividends. We should see it 12% lower next year.

PARTIAL SELL
PARTIAL SELL
May 9, 2018

If you are holding a capital gain, he would consider taking some profit. There is commodity pricing pressure with distribution issues. He would move on to greener pastures.

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Kellog (K-N)
May 9, 2018

If you are holding a capital gain, he would consider taking some profit. There is commodity pricing pressure with distribution issues. He would move on to greener pastures.

COMMENT
COMMENT
February 19, 2016

The only things working this year is everything that is defensive. On the back of that, this company has seen some nice price movement. 50% of their revenue comes from cereals, so the whole trend of people trying to get away from carbs isn’t really helpful to them. A good quality company. She doesn’t see a ton of upside.

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Kellog (K-N)
February 19, 2016

The only things working this year is everything that is defensive. On the back of that, this company has seen some nice price movement. 50% of their revenue comes from cereals, so the whole trend of people trying to get away from carbs isn’t really helpful to them. A good quality company. She doesn’t see a ton of upside.

BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
May 19, 2015

His model price is $59.28, a negative 8%. These are wonderful names in a portfolio and he thinks they go sideways. If it got a nice downdraft year, he would be a buyer of the stock. 3% dividend yield.

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May 19, 2015

His model price is $59.28, a negative 8%. These are wonderful names in a portfolio and he thinks they go sideways. If it got a nice downdraft year, he would be a buyer of the stock. 3% dividend yield.

COMMENT
COMMENT
April 16, 2015

General Mills (GIS-N) or Kellogg’s (K-N)? Primarily focused on what he considers junk food. The consumer has become more educated. His concern with this company is that they have not adapted to the healthy consumer preference. Put up almost $2 billion in debt a few years ago to buy Pringle. If you look at the cash flow that goes to servicing that debt and their dividend, there isn’t a lot of cash for new growth catalysts. General Mills would be his preferred play.

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Kellog (K-N)
April 16, 2015

General Mills (GIS-N) or Kellogg’s (K-N)? Primarily focused on what he considers junk food. The consumer has become more educated. His concern with this company is that they have not adapted to the healthy consumer preference. Put up almost $2 billion in debt a few years ago to buy Pringle. If you look at the cash flow that goes to servicing that debt and their dividend, there isn’t a lot of cash for new growth catalysts. General Mills would be his preferred play.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
July 31, 2014

(A Top Pick April 22/14. Down 7.3%.) Broke below a head and shoulders pattern yesterday. The period of seasonal strength generally is from April through until November. It is definitely time to step aside and get out if you own.

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Kellog (K-N)
July 31, 2014

(A Top Pick April 22/14. Down 7.3%.) Broke below a head and shoulders pattern yesterday. The period of seasonal strength generally is from April through until November. It is definitely time to step aside and get out if you own.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
May 21, 2014

Would be careful of this because people are eating less cereal. The next generation are carbohydrate conscious so cereal demand is not going in their favour. Trading at a high valuation.

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May 21, 2014

Would be careful of this because people are eating less cereal. The next generation are carbohydrate conscious so cereal demand is not going in their favour. Trading at a high valuation.

STRONG BUY
STRONG BUY
May 9, 2014

Best seasonal stock around right now. Upward trend, above 20 day moving average and outperforming the average, so it is a buy.

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Kellog (K-N)
May 9, 2014

Best seasonal stock around right now. Upward trend, above 20 day moving average and outperforming the average, so it is a buy.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 22, 2014

This is your classic defensive play. A consumer staples company that has a low PE of about 13 as opposed to the market which is about 17. The period of seasonal strength for this can run between now, April through to July. Consumer Staples in general can do well all the way through to October. The average gain from April 27 to October 7 is 9.18%. On the technicals, the chart shows what he would call a bit of a Bull flag. This sharpness has come on during takeover talks, but he is not playing it on this basis, but on a seasonal basis.

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Kellog (K-N)
April 22, 2014

This is your classic defensive play. A consumer staples company that has a low PE of about 13 as opposed to the market which is about 17. The period of seasonal strength for this can run between now, April through to July. Consumer Staples in general can do well all the way through to October. The average gain from April 27 to October 7 is 9.18%. On the technicals, the chart shows what he would call a bit of a Bull flag. This sharpness has come on during takeover talks, but he is not playing it on this basis, but on a seasonal basis.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 11, 2013

Cereal business is a fairly slow grower and not that robust right now. He would be a little bit concerned as it is trading at about 16 or 17 times earnings but growing at well less than half that.

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Kellog (K-N)
April 11, 2013

Cereal business is a fairly slow grower and not that robust right now. He would be a little bit concerned as it is trading at about 16 or 17 times earnings but growing at well less than half that.

COMMENT
COMMENT
July 31, 2012

(Market Call Minute.) Made a nice acquisition with Pringles and we'll see if that does anything with their earnings, which haven't gone anywhere in the past couple of years.

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Kellog (K-N)
July 31, 2012

(Market Call Minute.) Made a nice acquisition with Pringles and we'll see if that does anything with their earnings, which haven't gone anywhere in the past couple of years.

BUY
BUY
February 15, 2012
Bought Pringles from P & G. They are trying to gain space in the grocery isle. Slightly dilutive next year and then accretive after that. P & G sold it because it was non-core.
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February 15, 2012
Bought Pringles from P & G. They are trying to gain space in the grocery isle. Slightly dilutive next year and then accretive after that. P & G sold it because it was non-core.
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Kellog(K-N) 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

Stockchase rating for Kellog is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

Kellog(K-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Kellog stock symbol?

Kellog is a American stock, trading under the symbol K-N on the New York Stock Exchange (K). It is usually referred to as NYSE:K or K-N

Is Kellog a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 2 stock analysts published opinions about K-N. 2 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 0 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is TOP PICK. Read the latest stock experts' ratings for Kellog.

Is Kellog a good investment or a top pick?

Kellog was recommended as a Top Pick by Stockchase Research on 2020-09-08. Read the latest stock experts ratings for Kellog.

Why is Kellog stock dropping?

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Is Kellog worth watching?

2 stock analysts on Stockchase covered Kellog In the last year. It is a trending stock that is worth watching.

What is Kellog stock price?

On 2020-09-25, Kellog (K-N) stock closed at a price of $63.08.