A missed quarter is often an opportunity for value investors who know how look to the future rather than the short term. A temporary stock hit can mean getting a discount on a company that could turn around and post out-sized profits down the road.
For a food production company, weakness can come from a number of sources such as higher livestock costs, grain costs or import costs. However, one fairly steady constant is the demand for food itself. Rather than being subject to supply and demand curves or the whims of the business economic cycle, a food producer will always have a solid customer base that's always growing as the global population rises. Regardless of the state of the economy, food will always be in demand making it a solid investment choice over the long run. Continue reading "A Consumer Goods Stock That Feeds Any Investors Appetite"