+ Watch AGCO
on My Watchlist
The Company is a manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment and related replacement parts throughout the world.
revenue 15% below projected. fell 47 to 42. short interest rose 9 to 11 mil. 10 dtc. bought on first upswing.
The week of Nov 12, 2010, AGCO shares closed the week at $45/share. Fast forward nearly 4 years and shares are trading at $45/share. The difference is that book equity in 2010 was about $2.6B; now book value is over $4B and the outstanding share count is virtually unchanged. In 2010, Agco didn't pay a dividend. Now they pay a 1% yield. The stock is trading at the same levels as late 2010, but the value that investors are getting from that same share price is much greater. At 8.5 times TTM earnings and 10x forward earnings, the market has already priced in much of the bad news.
high end Ag equipment, selling at reasonable multiples. PE is 9.5, ROE is 15% and insiders are buying.
Positive: - Not expensive, low debt, reasonable growth - Short term outlook bleak, but known, longer term outlook remains good - One insider has just bought stock for about $40 million! Negative: - Extremely cyclical stock due to machine orders regularly disappearing in each recession - Not a really innovative company, their website lists under "innovation" only bla, bla, bla -> typical for non-innovative companies Category: PV
Good profitability, good fundamental improvements, cheap on EBIT and sustainable free cash flow basis, continually improving balance sheet
Coupled with marijuana initiatives in the US and global demand for advanced agricultural equipment, this company will surpass the S&P.
This stock was on the Zacks list of #1 Rank Additions on the day it was placed in the CAPS portfolio.
A cheap stock with great fundamentals:Trailing P/E (ttm, intraday): 11.70Forward P/E (fye Dec 31, 2014)1: 10.24PEG Ratio (5 yr expected)1: 0.82Price/Sales (ttm): 0.58Price/Book (mrq): 1.67
Short term pick based on Srinivasan's 1.8 M investment
One of my buys for 2013
Their focus on emerging markets is on the right direction. Latin America and Africa will be great locations to expand.
Value, growth, this is a sexy stock
Some insider buying, PEG ratio of 0.8, EV/EBITDA of 5.86, seems cheap for a growing company/industry.http://seekingalpha.com/article/279201-a-secular-play-on-growing-worldwide-demand-for-grains-livestock?source=email_watchlist
Nicolas Darvas told me to ask StockMillionare on here for some picks, so I did and he gave me agco at around $17 dollars. He also gave me skx pic for more than a double my biggest pick. I guess he has helped several plus 90's scores on here for people by giving them picks to boost there score, like Darvas I'm not sure why he doesn't put these plus doubles down for everyone to see, either way he says to get in on a stock I am gonna put it down to boost my score no shame in that.
John Deere ain't got nothin' on me!
At a P/E of only 5 with all the growth? I think this stock is a bargain, not to mention the fact that they have a foothold in many developing nations looking to become the world's next breadbasket.
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