Best Companies To Invest 2009 - JRM

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  • 1. “Best Companies to Invest Spring 2009”
    - Jay Modi
  • 2. Company Overview
    Economic Impact
    Financial Report
    Recommendation
  • 6. Exxon Mobil
    Incorporated in New Jersey on Aug. 5, 1882
    Number of Employees: 107,100 (as of 12/31/2007)
    Market Cap: 362.32 B
    52wk Low – High: $56.51 - $96.12
    Chairman and CEO: Rex W. Tillerson
  • 7. Macro-economy Impact - Industry
    Negative Impact
    Fall in stock values to 50%
    US ethanol companies lost $8.7 billion in market value
    Positive Impact
    Fall in crude oil price to half
    Fall in production cost inflation
    More projects to US companies
  • 8. Macro-economy Impact - Company
    Sell-off 820 company owned gas stations
    Sell-off 1400 outlets operated by dealers
  • 9. Liquidity Ratio
  • 10. Solvency Ratio
  • 11. Profitability Ratio
  • 12. Profitability Ratio
  • 13. Recommendation
    Expansion in West Africa, the former Soviet Union, and in South America
    Focusing towards oil and gas business
  • 14. McDonalds
    Incorporated in Delaware Mar. 1, 1965
    Number of Employees: 390,000 (as of 12/31/2007)
    31,377 restaurants in 118 countries (20, 505 by franchise)
    52wk Low – High: 45.79 - 67.00
    Market Cap: 60.82 B
    CEO: James A. Skinner
  • 15. Macro-economy Impact - Company
    Negative Impact
    Fall in Net Income by 47.9% in a
    Positive Impact
    Sales rose-up by 4.1% in last 6 months
  • 16. Liquidity Ratio
  • 17. Solvency Ratio
  • 18. Profitability Ratio
  • 19. Profitability Ratio
  • 20. Recommendation
    Growing Industry
    To add 1000 locations during 2009 in US
    More focus on emerging area like China
  • 21. Monsanto – Company History
    Monsanto is a relatively new company. While we share the name and the history of a company that was founded in 1901, the Monsanto of today is focused on agriculture and supporting farmers around the world in their mission to feed, clothe and fuel our growing world. We are an agricultural company.
    Monsanto Company was first incorporated as a subsidiary of Pharmacia in 2000, and then spun off as a separate company in 2002.
  • 22. Company Overview
    World Leader in producing agricultural products for farmers.
    In past two years, they have acquired many similar companies.
    AgroesteSementes (Brazil) – corn seed company
    De Ruiter (Netherlands) – vegetable seeds
    Marmot, SA – seed company
    AlyParticipacoesLtda – sugar can and technology companies.
    Recent, three other biotech companies.
  • 23. Economic Analysis
    Leader in their Industry: Agricultural Chemicals
    Germany, France, Greece, and Hungary banned GM seeds.
    EU will be voting to lift ban within next couple months.
    French food agency report shows GM corn is safe.
    Developing markets
    Asia – China, Vietnam, India, and Indonesia
    Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Mexico, and others.
  • 24. Financial Analysis
  • 25. Financial Analysis (Cont…)
  • 26. Recommendations
    Good Buy – Buy ratings from analysts.
    Economic environment is growing more favorable.
    Highly anticipated GM corn, soybean, and cotton trials near completion.
  • 27. Altria Group, Inc - Industry Information
    Market Value
    The United States tobacco market grew by 3.9% in 2008 to reach a value of $96.7 billion.
    Market Value Forecast
    In 2013, the United States tobacco market is forecast to have a value of $109 billion,
    An increase of 12.7% since 2008.
    Market Share
    Altria Group, Inc. generates 48.5% of the United States tobacco market's value.
  • 28. Numbe
    r of Employees
    84,000 (as of 12/31/2007)
    Primary Ticker
    MO

    Primary SIC
    2111
    Cigarettes
    312221
    Primary NAIC
    -
    Cigarette Manufacturing
    Number of Shareholders:
    100,000 (as of 01/31/2008)
    Closing Stock Price:
    15.61
    Market Cap
    31,854 M
    PE Ratio
    5.04
    52wk
    Low

    High
    14.34
    -
    23.72
    EPS
    1.66
    %
    CEO
    Michael E. Szymanczyk
    Company Overview
  • 29. Financial Report
  • 30. Financial Report
  • 31. Comparison Report
  • 32. Recommendation