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V.F. Corporation (VFC)

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46.06-1.47 (-3.09%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
46.28 +0.22 (+0.48%)
After hours: 07:24PM EDT
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    Joe
    I had to add shares today from 47-46.90. A co. with an avg. 5 and 10 yr. P/E >22 selling <15P/E works for me. Div yield >4.25%, cash flow ests are for c. 90% increase this FY, credit rating A-, divs covered like a rock..of course. Paid to wait for return to normal valuation..
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    Hoosa007
    Any idea why stock is
    Up 9% pre market? Can’t find news
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    Joe
    Had to git sum at market 48.8 this am... A- financial rated, >4% div yield, well under it's historic P/E avg., ex-div coming right up, rock-solid divs paid and increased for decades without fail. Works for me in my ERIDP.
    When the market is shaky and moving down, is the time to look to quality all around.
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    Daisy
    I think VFC is absurdly cheap. So here we have a company that did not participate in the post pandemic rally, yet get crushed another 30% so far in 2022. They have well-established trendy brands with good margins and little exposure to the lower middle class and poor who are getting crushed by inflation.
    We may not get huge gains in the stock price, but with a 4% dividend and an already low valuation, it looks less vulnerable than most players in this space.
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    R
    I'm not sure I would classify Vans as "struggling" with almost a billion in revenue this quarter. They've become so ubiquitous that at this point growing is certainly going to be hard sans some kind of events to drive it. I see Van's everywhere. People of all ages, sizes, skin tones. It's pretty impressive. I remember back when Van's was almost exclusively a skate/surf sub culture brand. Nice to see so many people appreciate the style now. I imagine spring/summer could be stronger than winter for Vans as it's more so a summer sports brand in my mind.
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    b
    PE of 14 with a 4% dividend for a company with some of the best brands in the world. Seriously?
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    Frank
    I have it on superb authority - the stock m
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    TomV
    From the earnings report:

    VF’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.50 per share, payable on June 21, 2022, to shareholders of record on June 10, 2022.
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    JOSEF
    VF and NKE are to dependent on China , also apple the war in Europe and China COVID are part of the war ,and until the war will resolve China will not participate in world economy
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    DANO
    Is $45 the bottom? Think so!
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    Winorlose
    Cash about $1 BB, DEBTS$6BB, not a good buy
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    History101
    Marketwatch after hours shows VFC up 23% at $56.20....
  • b
    b
    Decent earnings but market headwinds are too strong. Everyone is still gripped with fear. End of the world is on the way it seems 🤮😵
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    Rick Made
    What other brands do VFC own apart from The North Face, Vans, Timbaland & Supreme?
  • T
    TomV
    Looks to me like they bumped up the dividend payment:

    VF’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.50 per share, payable on December 20, 2021, to shareholders of record on December 10, 2021.
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    ed
    Triple downgrade today. I bought this stock previously at $66.15 but sold it about $10 higher. Would be tempted to buy again @$65-66. DB lowers target to $94. Webush lowers target to $69 and maintains hold and Williams downgrades from buy to hold. A lot of negative sentiment for a dividend aristocrat and I understand the issues with supply chain.
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    ed
    Still holding the position bought at $66.15. NKE report was concerning from a supply chain perspective. Feel a lot better after the Levi’s report. We have exposure to manufacturing in Vietnam but not to the extent of NKE. VFC is a dividend aristocrat. I think below $70 is a good place to own the stock after this correction. Ironically, we where making similar lows this time last year before rallying to $90. I think the risk/reward favor the bulls.
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    TomV
    Dividend announcement in the earnings report:

    VF’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.49 per share, payable on September 20, 2021, to shareholders of record on September 10, 2021.
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    TomV
    From the press release of 31 Jul 2020: "VF’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.48 per share, payable on September 21, 2020, to shareholders of record on September 10, 2020. Subject to approval by its Board of Directors, VF intends to continue to pay its regularly scheduled dividend and is not currently contemplating the suspension of its dividend."
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    Bob
    VFC has been a Dividend Aristocrat for the last 48 years with a yield just under 3%. Only about 65 companies are on the aristocrat list and many with much shorter time on the list and lower yields. I've owned it for several years and just bought more. Great secure long term investment that pays investors to wait for the next upturn! Price target is $95!!!