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Tiffany & Co. has raised its
earnings forecast and the stock
rose three percent. Is this
enough reason to invest in
Tiffan...
According to the online Financial
Times Tiffany lifts it
guidance for the second time in
a few months.
Before We Continue…
Click the links below to get your
FREE training materials.
Free Weekly Investing Webinars
Don’t miss t...
Tiffany & Co has raised its profit
forecast for the second time in
less than six months, after
sparkling second-quarter sa...
Same store sales went up in
North America, China and
Australia. Sales fell in Japan and
Europe.
It would appear that countries
that are leading the way out of
the global recession have a
greater appetite for luxury
goo...
Tiffany credits its growth in sales
to both changes in brand
positioning and putting more
effort into growth markets.
Good for Tiffany. But, should you
invest in Tiffany or has the stock
already done all that it can?
Tiffany & Co.
According to Google Finance,
NYSE:TIF
Tiffany & Co. (Tiffany) is a
holding company that operates
through its subsidiary companies.
The Company operates in five
segments: Americas, Asia-Pacific,
Japan, Europe and other.
The Company’s principal product
category is jewelry, which
represented 92% of worldwide
net sales during the fiscal year
e...
The Company offers a selection
of TIFFANY & CO. brand jewelry.
The Company also sells
timepieces, leather goods,
sterling silver goods (other than
jewelry), china, crystal,
stationery, ...
The Company operates e-
commerce enabled Websites in
13 countries.
The Company produces jewelry
in New York, Rhode Island and
Kentucky, and silver hollowware
in New Jersey.
The Tiffany name is recognized
throughout the world and has
been for well over a century. As
noted on the World of
Tiffany...
Since 1837 the masterpieces of
Tiffany & Co. have defined style
and celebrated the world’s great
love stories.
A famous investor once noted
that investors often look for good
management when buying a
stock.
His preference was a brand name
so strong that even incompetent
management could not screw
things up.
Tiffany is one of those brand
names with world-wide
recognition.
But, does this mean that you
should invest in Tiffany instead of
buying a piece of jewelry from
them for your spouse?
Tiffany Stock Performance
Tiffany stock has gone up from
$80 a share to over $100 a share
in the last twelve months.
The stock was selling for $32 a
share at the beginning of 2009,
down from $54 a share before
most recent market crash.
Adjusted for splits (4) the stock
sold for $1.80 a share in the late
1980s.
And Tiffany has paid quarterly
dividends virtually without fail
for more than a quarter of a
century.
Its current quarterly dividend is
$0.36. This is a nice history and
gives credit to anyone who
bought the stock in the lat...
Tiffany sells luxury jewelry. It has
a strong brand and sells well in
growing economies.
If you believe that the recession
will continue to improve across
the globe, including in Japan and
Europe you probably wa...
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Invest in Tiffany

Tiffany & Co. has raised its earnings forecast and the stock rose three percent. Is this enough reason to invest in Tiffany? According to the online Financial Times Tiffany lifts it guidance for the second time in a few months.

Tiffany & Co has raised its profit forecast for the second time in less than six months, after sparkling second-quarter sales in the Americas and Asia Pacific boosted the US luxury jeweler’s earnings by 16 per cent.

Same store sales went up in North America, China and Australia. Sales fell in Japan and Europe. It would appear that countries that are leading the way out of the global recession have a greater appetite for luxury goods. Tiffany credits its growth in sales to both changes in brand positioning and putting more effort into growth markets. Good for Tiffany. But, should you invest in Tiffany or has the stock already done all that it can?

Tiffany & Co.

According to Google Finance, NYSE:TIF,

Tiffany & Co. (Tiffany) is a holding company that operates through its subsidiary companies. The Company operates in five segments: Americas, Asia-Pacific, Japan, Europe and other. The Company’s principal product category is jewelry, which represented 92% of worldwide net sales during the fiscal year ended January 31, 2014 (fiscal 2013). The Company offers a selection of TIFFANY & CO. brand jewelry. The Company also sells timepieces, leather goods, sterling silver goods (other than jewelry), china, crystal, stationery, fragrances and accessories, which represented, in total, 7% of worldwide net sales in 2013. The Company operates e-commerce enabled Websites in 13 countries. The Company produces jewelry in New York, Rhode Island and Kentucky, and silver hollowware in New Jersey.

The Tiffany name is recognized throughout the world and has been for well over a century. As noted on the World of Tiffany page on their web site,

Since 1837 the masterpieces of Tiffany & Co. have defined style and celebrated the world’s great love stories.

A famous investor once noted that investors often look for good management when buying a stock. His preference was a brand name so strong that even incompetent management could not screw things up. Tiffany is one of those brand names with world-wide recognition. But, does this mean that you should invest in Tiffany instead of buying a piece of jewelry from them for your spouse?

Tiffany Stock Performance

Tiffany stock has gone up from $80 a share to over $100 a share in the last twelve months. The stock was selling for $32 a share at the beginning of 2009, down from $54 a share before most recent market crash. Adjusted for splits (4) the stock sold for $1.80 a share in the late 1980s. And Tiffany has paid quarterly dividends virtually without fail for more than a quarter of a century. Its current quarterly dividend is $0.36.

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Invest in Tiffany

  1. 1. By: www.ProfitableInvestingTips.com
  2. 2. Tiffany & Co. has raised its earnings forecast and the stock rose three percent. Is this enough reason to invest in Tiffany?
  3. 3. According to the online Financial Times Tiffany lifts it guidance for the second time in a few months.
  4. 4. Before We Continue… Click the links below to get your FREE training materials. Free Weekly Investing Webinars Don’t miss these free training events! http://www.profitableinvestingtips.com/free- webinar Forex Conspiracy Report Read every word of this report! http://www.forexconspiracyreport.com
  5. 5. Tiffany & Co has raised its profit forecast for the second time in less than six months, after sparkling second-quarter sales in the Americas and Asia Pacific boosted the US luxury jeweler’s earnings by 16 per cent.
  6. 6. Same store sales went up in North America, China and Australia. Sales fell in Japan and Europe.
  7. 7. It would appear that countries that are leading the way out of the global recession have a greater appetite for luxury goods.
  8. 8. Tiffany credits its growth in sales to both changes in brand positioning and putting more effort into growth markets.
  9. 9. Good for Tiffany. But, should you invest in Tiffany or has the stock already done all that it can?
  10. 10. Tiffany & Co.
  11. 11. According to Google Finance, NYSE:TIF
  12. 12. Tiffany & Co. (Tiffany) is a holding company that operates through its subsidiary companies.
  13. 13. The Company operates in five segments: Americas, Asia-Pacific, Japan, Europe and other.
  14. 14. The Company’s principal product category is jewelry, which represented 92% of worldwide net sales during the fiscal year ended January 31, 2014 (fiscal 2013).
  15. 15. The Company offers a selection of TIFFANY & CO. brand jewelry.
  16. 16. The Company also sells timepieces, leather goods, sterling silver goods (other than jewelry), china, crystal, stationery, fragrances and accessories, which represented, in total, 7% of worldwide net sales in 2013.
  17. 17. The Company operates e- commerce enabled Websites in 13 countries.
  18. 18. The Company produces jewelry in New York, Rhode Island and Kentucky, and silver hollowware in New Jersey.
  19. 19. The Tiffany name is recognized throughout the world and has been for well over a century. As noted on the World of Tiffany page on their web site
  20. 20. Since 1837 the masterpieces of Tiffany & Co. have defined style and celebrated the world’s great love stories.
  21. 21. A famous investor once noted that investors often look for good management when buying a stock.
  22. 22. His preference was a brand name so strong that even incompetent management could not screw things up.
  23. 23. Tiffany is one of those brand names with world-wide recognition.
  24. 24. But, does this mean that you should invest in Tiffany instead of buying a piece of jewelry from them for your spouse?
  25. 25. Tiffany Stock Performance
  26. 26. Tiffany stock has gone up from $80 a share to over $100 a share in the last twelve months.
  27. 27. The stock was selling for $32 a share at the beginning of 2009, down from $54 a share before most recent market crash.
  28. 28. Adjusted for splits (4) the stock sold for $1.80 a share in the late 1980s.
  29. 29. And Tiffany has paid quarterly dividends virtually without fail for more than a quarter of a century.
  30. 30. Its current quarterly dividend is $0.36. This is a nice history and gives credit to anyone who bought the stock in the late 1980s but how about if you invest in Tiffany now?
  31. 31. Tiffany sells luxury jewelry. It has a strong brand and sells well in growing economies.
  32. 32. If you believe that the recession will continue to improve across the globe, including in Japan and Europe you probably want to invest in Tiffany.

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