Over the last year, a lot of requests came in to do a L’Oréal stock analysis. No wonder, because L’Oréal is an European iconic company with iconic brands and an iconic dividend growth track record.
That’s why it also spots an eight place among the list of European Dividend Aristocrats. And that’s still conservative, because I saw a chart the other day which suggested the company increased or remained their dividend for the last 58 years. I just haven’t been able to verify it yet and the employees at investor relations couldn’t provide me with the data behind the chart.
Anyway, your wishes are my commands, so that’s why I decided to do a deep dive L’Oréal stock analysis in my latest video.
In the video I will provide you with an overview of their business including some interesting facts. Because it’s not just Nestle owning a large stake in L’Oréal. Did you know that L’Oréal is also owning a large stake in a pharmaceutical company?
After that I will also look at their recent financial performance, risks associated to their business and ultimately provide you with my assessment of their fair value.
The typical comment about L’Oréal goes something like this: “it always feels so expensive“. This mantra has also led more and more dividend growth investors to start initiating a position into the stock.
I’m not sure if that’s wise, because over time valuations tend to gravitate to the mean.
Hence, if you are interested in learning more about L’Oreal as a business and about their stock, then I would definitely recommend you to hop in.
Enjoy the video!
- Chapters: 00:00 – Intro
- 01:25 – A lot about their business model
- 11:56 – Financial performance
- 15:45 – Shareholder Returns
- 17:58 – Risk associated with owning L’Oréal
- 19:58 – Fair Value estimate and other valuation metrics
I hope you enjoyed the video. Just let me know if you would like to see more of these, either in video or blog format.
Enjoy the remainder of the week!
European Dividend Growth Investor
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