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Strong growth strategy in China.
Ridiculously cheap at around 5x earnings and about .5 price to book with .1 PEG. Auto industry will continue to grow.
Changing My Caps to Reflect my investing strategy. I start with a simple screener trying to find undervalued dividend paying stocks. Then because I want to invest in things I understand I eliminate any businesses I have not heard of or in areas I lack knowledge ( Financials, Precious Metals). After that I check the Caps Rating and it gets a thumbs up if it is rated 4 stars or higher. Very few 3 star companies will get a thumbs up but occasionally i will go out on a limb with one.
3rd largest auto mfg, largest in europe, building 8 plants with goal of being largest by 2018, new engine w/carbon fibers (1st), Bentley coming out w/SUV, needs to do better in US but latest info is US auto mkt booming, cyclical company, P/E under 3, PEG .06, profits & sales expanding rapidly, gets little attn in US as traded on "pink sheets" but is followed by analysts, somewhat hard to get info, new plant in China, 2%+ dividend, been in Brazil for 24yr, upside when BRIC & europe pick up, has comml trucks but no pickup trucks. Low P/E & PEG makes risk/reward worth a look
It is the largest carmaker in Europe with a good brand and reputation. As the European economy begins to recover in the next, I believe, five years or so, Volkswagen should be poised to outperform.
Macro Economies starting to recover = More rich people = more luxury cars = More Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche & Ducati Bikes on the road......Porsche in particular is nothing to overlook. It is almost mind boggling how impressive the returns will be for this company for the next 2+ years
By owning Audi, VW, and Porche, and exports for these cars on the up and up, and costs down due to 3D printing of OEMs, I see VLKAYs price going up to $55-$60 in the next 12-18months
It will be the largest automaker in a few years trading at low multiples to price including p/e, p/s, and p/b. Great luxury brands in addition to their usual brand.
People are looking for a reliable, and fuel effishant vehicle, and I think volkwagen can supply that
It produces great products, and seems undervalued. PE in the single digits. It pays a nice dividend. Low peg. Safe growth.
VW's ADR performance will not be much influenced by its US market but will grow strongly via its Eastern Hemisphere markets. Despite its western cultural roots, VW doesn't carry the cultural baggage in Asian markets that GM and F do. VW is well grounded in Asia and will profit nicely there long before the US marques do.
Bet on great cars, great mgt, low value of the Euro that should promote exports. Potential issues are the big european car producing overcapacity and China's is slowing down and will probably buy less cars...
Audi is a wonderful car!It continues it's excellent reputation and the quality is outstanding!
great cars, American made Passat is going strong, price down because of Euro troubles, nice numbers currently
Great cars. New Passat made in USA and outshines many of its domestic competitors. Clean diesel with more mpgs than hybrids, no toxic costly batteries, and tough engines provide years of high torque commuting. What's not to love?
I'm bullish on automakers for the long-term and Volkswagen is looking undervalued by my calculations. I foresee a $40 valuation within 5 years and with a decent dividend, I'll be buying and holding in my real portfolio
One of the cheapest stocks I've ever seen, and VW is a great brand!
With US stocks trending downward in Spring/Summer, we may see a pop for VW and I'm hoping in this vlkay.pk share option. A dividend payable for shares held April 17, 2012.
Volkswagen is the best positioned auto manufacturer right now to capture a signifiant share of the Chinese market, the Brazilian market, and to finally make measurable headway in the U.S. with its namesake brand, which has suffered here of late. It is poised to pass Toyota Motor to become the world's second-largest manufacturer after GM. It has a multitude of brands across markets and across the globe. Its products are almost universally praised (though reports of "cheaping out" on the new U.S. Jetta are surfacing as the company tries to price more aggressively against that car's rivals) and carries products for every market sector. It has publicly announced that it expects sales to grow dramatically as it continues to innovate and introduce new models into several markets. Finally, it has seen no measurable impact from the Japan earthquake which has otherwise affected most of its competitors, U.S. manufacturers included.
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