Tupperware (TUP) is a manufacturer and distributor of multiple Tupperware brands such as the ever so recognizable containers and other not so recognizable lines that follow cosmetics and personal care products. While the company itself has shown little to no real motion other than hills and dips over the last year, the company as a whole still has a lot of buying potential.
One of the key items that has always seemed to stick with me is the product's inability to become irrelevant regardless what portion control items try to do. While our waist lines seem to get bigger and bigger, our ability to make more and more food continues to astound. This leaves the product itself with an ever increasing market. Pair this with the potential for a recession (which will inevitably come) and one has a recipe for a great buy. This is why I intend to purchase shares in the near future.
Here are the fundamentals:
Tupperware Brands Corp - TUP
P/E Ratio: 13.25x
Annual dividend: $2.72 / 4.66%
Ex-dividend date: 3/16/2017
TREND: Downwards and then stabilizing over the last year
PROFIT MARGIN: 10.10%
Total Cash: 93.20M
Total Debt: 711.90M
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