Campbell Soup (cpb) Stock Research
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Company Description: Campbell Soup Company manufactures and markets convenience food. Its products are sold in the US, Europe, Mexico, Latin America, the Asia Pacific region (Australia), and Canada. Campbell makes: condensed and ready-to-serve soups; broth and canned poultry; pasta sauce; Mexican sauce; canned pasta, gravies, and beans; meal kits; vegetable juice and tomato juice; cookies, crackers, and bakery and frozen products. Distribution is accomplished through a variety food service channels that resell to venues that offer the products to the consumer. Update
Staples Industry Research & Analysis: The consumer staple industry includes companies whose sales come from necessary consumer staple purchases such as rent, mortgage and food. Staples Trading Strategy: The consumer staple industry tends to be less sensitive to economic cycles. Look for undervalued staple investments at any time in the business cycle when stock prices are low, and especially during the late stages of a bull markets when investors become more defensive. The global economy is currently in a recession, therefore, investors are rotating money out of consumer staples and into faster growth industries. Upward sloping stock charts and financial news may indicate a selling opportunity while the opposite means that stocks are becoming undervalued.
Industry Sub Sector: . Campbell Soup is a dominant industry leader due to its personnel, experience and financial strengths. Industry leaders are difficult to compete against, which decreases business and investor risks.
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Strategy: Campbell Soup's strategy focus on winning more market share of price-sensitive customers by having the lowest priced products and services. (read more). Competitive Advantages:
Complicated financial statements lower Campbell Soup's value, because it increases the risk of fraud and lowers investor confidence.
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