Growth Focus: Treasury Wine Estates Ltd (TWE)

by Patrick Taylor



Date of Data Capture: 16/4/2019
 
Name: TREASURY WINE ESTATES LTD (TWE)
      
Classification: Distillers & Wineries
 
Current Price: $16.16
 
Market Capitalisation: $11.62B
 
Forecast EBITDA Growth: 21.97%
 
Yield Estimate: 2.47%
 
Consensus Price Target: $18.65
 
# Covering Analysts: 12
 
Discount at Current Price: 15.41%
 
Price Target Trend (3-Month): Flat -0.16%
 
Signal Timeframe: Monthly-Weekly-Daily
 
TrendBias: Up-Down / Long-Short

Indicators:
Short-term: Positive
Medium-term: Positive-Neutral
Long-termPositive-Neutral

Recommendation:Buy
 
Focus: (Dividend Income &) Capital Growth
 
Set up Notes:
·    After increasing 4-fold in 4 years, from 2014 to 2018, TWE fell into consolidation until early-2019 when it broke out of linear resistance and began the current recovery we see continuing higher.
·    Performance has been very good for years with stronger sales consistently lifting earnings and profits while the company increased dividend yield and EPS, backed by stronger margins.
·    Pricing shows a strong linear uptrend running from late-2014 to mid-2018, rallying higher by more than 300%, then falling 30% in downtrend,  before recovering off a $14 support base early in 2019, and we expect further gains from here.
§Support ($): 16.00, 15.00, & 14.00.
§Resistance ($): 17.00, 18.00, 19.00 & 20.00.

Growth Focus:TREASURY WINE ESTATES LTD (TWE)

Our primary focus here is capital gain, we will select our stocks from the ASX Top 500 All Ordinaries Index.

Sometimes it makes sense to reach for top-shelf growth stocks when you are looking for quality and don’t mind spending the money, better yet is when these stocks go on discount. Here we believe we may have just that with Treasury Wine Estates as the winemaker looks to open up a new uptrend backed by strong performance and forecasts that could see investors uncorking a bargain after the recent share price spill.

With key markets stretching across Australia and New Zealand, North America, Europe and Asia - reaching more than 100 countries - Treasury makes and distributes well-known brands such as Penfolds, Beringer, Lindemans and Wolf Blass among many others. The company has been expanding its product range along with its geographical reach and this is set to continue with a renewed focus in adding spirits to their stable as well as pushing further into key Asian, European and American markets.

The winemaker maintains a competitive business model of direct distribution and has been pressing ahead on excellent fundamental performance with a solid history of growth across sales, margins, earnings and profits since 2014 and forecasting sees this continuing through to 2021, with particularly strong expectations for next year. This is expected to continue with the company looking to keep its strong Asian focus, expanding further into China as the group looks to expand its range with more exposure to luxury wines and spirits. Targeted aggressive geographical distribution expansion is not limited to China as TWE looks to take advantage of its competitive edge and make similar moves into the more fractured US and Euro markets.

First listing on to the ASX in mid-2011, the wine maker and distributer has gone through patches of poor performance before more recently becoming the toast of the town with a 300% rally beginning in 2014 and ending in 2018. Here we find them beginning to emerge from a recovery base above $15 and looking like they are ready to make another run at recent highs after falling by almost a third by early 2019. Analyst coverage is broad and majority positive, and despite the current recovery being underway since the start of 2019, it remains trading at significant discount to consensus targets.

Here we see excellent signal correlation and a strong setup as shorter-termed signalling matches up well with longer-term positive momentum and should we see $17 break in the short-term we could very well see the market begin to factor in new strength on top of strong projections that could leave investors in high spirits.

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