Learn more about whether JBS SA - ADR is a good stock to buy or sell based on recent news as well as its key financial metrics. Read on to find out how (JBSAY) grades on certain investment factors and determine whether it meets your investment needs.
Latest JBS SA - ADR Stock News
As of March 23, 2023, JBS SA - ADR had a $7.8 billion market capitalization, putting it in the 87th percentile of companies in the Food Processing industry.
Currently, JBS SA - ADR’s price-earnings ratio is 2.6. JBS SA - ADR’s trailing 12-month revenue is $0.0 million with a % profit margin. Year-over-year quarterly sales growth most recently was %. There are not analysts providing consensus earnings estimates for the current fiscal year. JBS SA - ADR currently has a 11.3% dividend yield.
Innovation in food processing technology and an upsurge in the demand for processed food are expected to drive the market over the next few years. Dietary shifts including increasingly prominent health-conscious diets in both developed and developing countries are also predicted to fuel growth. Despite the long-term growth outlook, supply chain struggles that began during the pandemic persist. To combat pressure on margins, many are raising prices of goods and ultimately are expected to have stronger margins at the end of the year. Additionally, it has been difficult to predict the availability of products. Due to this, many companies must act as their own suppliers and source their own goods. Food processors hope this will help them deal with demand better. Food-at-home demand is expected to remain permanently elevated versus pre-pandemic levels. Consumption volume will likely face some downward pressure in 2022 due to price increases and the re-opening of the broader economy, which tends to support food-away-from-home demand. New consumer habits and increased work-from-home adoption are expected to keep food-at-home demand strong. Fading stimulus benefits should allow private labels (i.e., store brands) to make a comeback in 2022 after losing market share over the past two years to branded products.
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Grading JBS SA - ADR Stock
Before you choose to buy, sell or hold JBS SA - ADR stock, you’ll want to analyze how it has been graded. Stock evaluation requires access to huge amounts of data and the knowledge and time to sift through it all, making sense of financial ratios, reading income statements and analyzing recent stock movement. To help individual investors decide whether or not to buy (JBSAY) stock, AAII created A+ Investor, a robust data suite that condenses data research in an actionable and customizable way that is suitable for investors of all knowledge levels.
AAII’s proprietary stock grades come with A+ Investor. These offer intuitive A–F grades for each of five key investing factors: value, growth, momentum, earnings revisions and quality. Here, we’ll take a closer look at JBS SA - ADR’s stock grades for value, growth and quality. Learn more about A+ Investor here!
JBS SA - ADR Stock Growth Grade
|Metric||Metric Score||JBSAY||Sector Median|
|Sales Growth 5yr Ann'l||0||0.0%||6.3%|
|Sales Increases YoY Last 5 yrs||0||0 of 5||3 of 5|
|Cash from Operations Ann'l Positive Last 5 yrs||35||1 of 5||4 of 5|
The foundation of growth investing is seeking out stocks of companies exhibiting strong, consistent and prolonged growth that is expected to continue into the future.
In order to compute the Growth Score and assign it a letter grade, the percentile ranks for each of the three individual components‐consistency of annual sales growth, five‐year sales growth rankings adjusted for extreme levels, and consistency of positive annual cash from operations‐must be determined. These three rank figures are added together, and the sum is ranked against the entire stock universe to arrive at a company’s Growth Score to create an equal distribution of grades.
The companies in the bottom 20% of the stock universe receive Growth Grades of F, considered Very Weak, while those in the top 20% receive A grades, which are considered Very Strong.
JBS SA - ADR has a Growth Score of 25, which is Weak.
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JBS SA - ADR Stock Momentum Grade
|Relative Price Strength (Q1)||33||(13.7%)||(6.1%)|
|Relative Price Strength (Q2)||23||(26.8%)||(2.7%)|
|Relative Price Strength (Q3)||28||(15.4%)||(6.3%)|
|Relative Price Strength (Q4)||54||(1.0%)||4.6%|
|Relative Price Strength (weighted 4 qtr)||21||(14.1%)||(0.2%)|
Momentum grades help uncover stocks experiencing anomalously high rates of return; research finds that stocks with high relative levels of momentum tend to outperform, whereas those with low levels of momentum tend to continue underperforming. Momentum is based on the price change of a stock over a specified period relative to all other stocks.
Typically, AAII looks at the weighted relative strength over the trailing four quarters. The weighted four-quarter relative strength rank is the relative price change for each of the past four quarters. The most recent quarterly price change is given a weight of 40% and each of the three previous quarters are given a weighting of 20%.
JBS SA - ADR has a Momentum Score of 21, which is Weak.
Other JBS SA - ADR Stock Grades
In addition to Momentum and Growth, A+ Investor also provides grades for Value, Estimate Revisions and Quality.
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The Earnings Estimate Revisions Grade takes into account the magnitude of a company’s earnings surprise in its last two reported fiscal quarters. Often, surprises beget further surprises‐or at least continued sales growth (the exact opposite is generally true, too). AAII’s stock screen that follows the companies with the highest earnings estimate revisions (i.e., the best grades) has a 23.3% backtested annual return since inception, whereas an example screen following those with the worst revisions has a backtested annual return since inception of under 5%.
Successful stock investing involves buying low and selling high, so stock valuation is an important consideration for stock selection. Buying stocks that are going to go up typically means buying stocks that are undervalued in the first place, although momentum investors may argue that point.
AAII’s A+ Investor Quality Grade comes from the ranking of key metrics. Specifically, the Quality Grade is the percentile rank of the composite return on assets (ROA), return on invested capital (ROIC), gross profit relative to assets, buyback yield, change in total liabilities to assets, accruals, Z double prime bankruptcy risk (Z) score and F—Score.
These 3 key factors, when combined with the above, provide a holistic view into a stock. Further, by joining A+ Investor you can see whether JBS SA - ADR’s stock passes any of our 60+ stock screens that have outperformed the market since their creation.
Should I Buy JBS SA - ADR Stock?
Overall, JBS SA - ADR stock has a Growth Grade of D, Momentum Grade of D .
Whether or not you should buy JBS SA - ADR stock will ultimately depend on your individual goals, risk tolerance and allocation. AAII can help you figure these out and identify which investments align with what works best for you.
Lastly, it’s important to evaluate a stock by comparing it against others in the same industry. Review the table below to see how JBS SA - ADR stock stands up against its competitors. Click into any of the below tickers to see their stock grades for value, momentum, quality and EPS revisions.
JBS SA - ADR (JBSAY) Competitors
Companies similar to JBS SA - ADR in the Food Processing industry.
|Company name||Ticker||Market Cap|
|Flowers Foods Inc||FLO||$5.68Bil|
|Lancaster Colony Corp.||LANC||$5.64Bil|
|Darling Ingredients Inc||DAR||$8.81Bil|
|Campbell Soup Company||CPB||$16.02Bil|
JBS SA - ADR Stock: Bottom Line
You can use the information about how JBS SA - ADR stock is graded to determine if you should invest in this specific company. However, you should decide whether JBS SA - ADR stock is a buy, sell or hold based on a combination of grades, metrics, ratios and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reports.
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