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The Company and its subsidiaries are engaged in the manufacture and marketing of ready-to-eat cereal and convenience foods.
Conservative winner brand
some companies...you want to hold forever...
Kellogg appears to be selling at a discount to intrinsic value. I think this should probably be worth somewhere in the range of $74-$77. It's a well recognized brand, and free cash flow is strong, and so is ROIC / CROIC. I don't think this will light the world on fire but I think it should beat the market. Hooray for cereal.
As long as corn and soy are heavily subsidized, and overworked people rush to convenience, expect a market-leader to continue to do well.
Emerging markets growth will fuel the company.
Kroger is doing well compared to other grocers even Walmart. I consider this the best stock in the grocery business as they seem to have better customer loyalty than Walmart and their prices and quality of their products are very competitive. There stores are nice and the customer has a better shopping experience.
Core staple names generally are expensive and this is true of Kellogg's. Pricing power is a little patchy and the company seems a little bit overly dependent on falling raw material input prices to really drive the numbers. Innovation continues but downtrading is nibbling away at their business especially in Europe.
Health consciousness is increasing in the developing countries.The fundamentals look good too.
For reference point and to allow for comments by others. As of the end of March, 2013.ROE 37.55%Trailing PE 25.67PB 8.59Div yield 2.70%
Solid company with great lradership!
No one ever went broke owning K.
Solid company. Good dividend. Good value.
I think it is too bearish to do much of anything!
Near a 52 week low. The reason I am picking it has nothing to do with that though. At this price along with the dividend this equity will outperform the market over time in my opinion. When I think of cereal I think of Kellogg. Great brand names! This company has a nice dividend. Look at its ROE and ROI......WOW. Net profit margins average over 9% and gross margins are not to shaby @ just over 40%. Price is fair with a 7% earnings yield for a wonderfull company.....in line with the market so I would bet it will be the market since the company is one of the better ones in the S&P.
Kellogg will continue to have strong positions in groceries.
Good company overall, but seems to be temporarily depressed.
Let's see, consumer staples firm with aging brands, lackluster growth and limited international exposure... pass.
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