Food & Staples Retailing

Food & Staples Retailing

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Each of these stock opportunities has forward EV/EBITDA rations less than 12--compared to Amazon's of 21.

Starting To Get Hungry For Packaged Food Stocks

These value stock opportunities have impressive financial traits: strong balance sheets, prodigious cash flows and generous payouts to shareholders. Strategically, they have powerful brands, strong negotiating leverage with grocers, impressive distribution networks and increasingly talented and fresh leadership teams.
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The formula for a restaurant turnaround is generally straight-forward: Stop turning off your regular customers. 

Struggling Restaurants That May Serve Up Tasty Returns

Diners may seem like a fickle group: One day everyone flocks to Restaurant X as the place to eat, only to quickly replace it with the next fad, Restaurant Z. The reality is different, though. Most people like to go to their regular restaurant again and again, and it’s only when the restaurants basically tell their customers “please don’t come here anymore” by offering unappealing food, poor service, higher prices and tired surroundings that the customers look elsewhere. This article identifies several restaurant turnaround stocks with well-known franchises, reasonable balance sheets and attractive valuations. Several also have new management teams. With some patience, these stocks might serve up some tasty returns for investors.
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Time to lock in 59% stock profit.

Sale Recommendation - July 2016

We believe that this large-cap iconic beverage manufacturer's stock has been pushed above what is justified by current revenue and earnings growth outlook.
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This upscale grocery retailer's stock price presents a solid value investing opportunity.

Purchase Recommendation - October 2015

This mid-cap has a strong balance sheet with essentially no debt, and cash flow remains strong. The company recently announced that it would devote some of its cash flow to increasing shareholder value with a $200 million stock repurchase program. We believe this stock pick has robust growth potential, and with its new leadership the value investing opportunity can take good advantage of that potential.
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Free Report: Turnaround Investing Mistakes

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Lessons from the 1st Turnaround Letter of 32 Years ago

In July, 1986, exactly 32 years ago, George Putnam sent the first Turnaround Letter to subscribers. Technology back then seems like the Stone Age, with hard copy research and primitive CompuServe dial-up service. Wall Street ignored turnaround stocks back then and continues to ignore them today. While technology has changed immensely in 32 years, The Turnaround Letter’s philosophy of selecting out-of-favor companies on the verge of turning around hasn’t changed. Our timeless process helped driven The Turnaround Letter’s independently-verified market-beating returns. Read More.

Comparing Stocks Vs. Bonds

While the common stock of a turnaround candidate usually has the greatest upside potential, other classes of securities, such as bonds or preferred stock, may offer attractive profit possibilities with less risk. Many turnaround companies have only one class of securities available to investors but where there are different classes to choose from, it can pay to do a little extra analysis of the various options.

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Turnaround Letter Stock Pick Named Top Performer of 2017

 

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What Last Year's Top Stock Pickers Are Buying in 2018

 

This Forbes write-up follows up on the recent Top Stock Tips report--naming The Turnaround Letter's Crocs recommendation the top performer of 2017: With 90% gains, CROX beat out 100 other investment ideas included in the report; and the stock continues to have value investing appeal, according to Putnam.

 

George notes, "We see additional upside for the stock in 2018 as management's efforts continue to bear fruit, though the gains will likely be more muted than we saw in 2017."