E-Commerce has taken the world by storm and has disrupted many industries. However, one industry, in particular, is often overlooked that we believe has tremendous online potential - the grocery industry. We like the Canadian company Goodfood Market Corp. (OTC:GDDFF) (TSX:FOOD) due to its measurable competitive advantage over traditional brick and mortar stores. Goodfood Market Corp. is a provider of online subscription meal kits and private-label groceries and they currently have a 40-45% market share in the Canadian market. Keep reading to find out what potentially makes it a good long-term investment.
The convenience industry is very fragmented which presents a great opportunity for large consolidators such as Alimentation Couche-Tard. We believe the company is an industry leader trading below fair value and that it is a prudent bet on two young and exciting industries. Alimentation Couche-Tard saw record earnings and free cash flow this year despite COVID-19. Keep reading to find out what else makes Alimentation Couche-Tard a great stock to buy for the long term.
PACCAR has a long track record of creating shareholder value throughout many business cycles. The company has delivered 81 consecutive years of positive earnings and has not missed a dividend since 1941. Not surprisingly, they have managed to maintain profitability throughout the COVID-19 lockdown and have a rock-solid balance sheet.
Keep reading to find out what makes PCAR a great long-term hold.
In this report, we will be taking a look at eBay, the well-known online marketplace.
How valuable is the stock INMD? This post will offer InMode Ltd.’s fundamentals and catalysts to see if this stock is worth investing in. InMode Ltd. is a provider of minimal and non-invasive radio-frequency technology. Its innovative technology strives to improve surgical procedures. These commercialized products are used by plastic surgeons, gynecologists, dermatologists, and more. One of its FDA approved technologies is called Radiofrequency Assisted Lipolysis (RFAL). This technology contours the face and body without scarring. It allows for larger volumes to be treated with significant shrinkage of skin.
UPDATED: September 2, 2020. Richard's Packaging Income Fund: A Safe & Reliable Canadian Stock That Has Benefited from COVID-19
Richards Packaging Income Fund is a packaging company that has generated an average compounded annual return of 22% for the past 16 years. It manufactures and distributes packaging and related products in Canada and the US. It serves approximately regional cosmetic, healthcare, food, beverage, and other companies. The company was founded in 1912 and is headquartered in Mississauga, Canada.