Restaurant Brands International Inc. $QSR
1. Is the company undervalued?
EV/EBIT: 15.83
EV/Sales: 5.26
Price/Book: 6.92

$QSR trades at a reasonable valuation while offering investors decent growth prospects. The company is fairly recession proof and returning meaningful capital back to shareholders. $QSR falls into that awkward category of not being cheap enough for a value investor and not growthy enough for a growth investor. For this reason, $QSR very well could be getting overlooked.

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Restaurant Brands International 🆕
I decided to add $QSR to my dividend portfolio.
As you maybe know, I already own some restaurant brands like $MCD $SBUX $CBRL $EAT, and I am happy to be able to expand my holdings finally.

Yield 4.15%

When I open a new position, I like to do selling PUTs, so I sold #1 Jun 17'22 52.5 Put
Let's see if it will end up ITM - otherwise, some nice premium to me. 🤑
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Upcoming Earnings Calendar (Feb 14th - 18th)
Hey guys! Here's the upcoming earnings calendar! Three of my holdings report next week.

  • $ABNB - The stock has held up pretty well during the market sell-off. The valuation is still high, but with re-openings the company could see a big boost this year.
  • $TTD - They've said Apple IDFA is a non-issue, so their growth should be great. A key indicator of ad spend.
  • $ROKU - The stock is down almost 64% from ATH, but the fundamentals keep improving. I expect great results from the company, with ARPU growing and margins expanding.

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Labor Shortage A Major Concern For Some Companies
Over the past few weeks, we've seen several companies talk about their struggles with the US labor shortage. Labor-intensive companies like restaurants and hotels are experiencing significant headwinds. Higher labor costs, missed sales due to reduced operating hours, and productivity declines due to the learnings curves of new hires are some of the issues affecting these companies.

The latest Fincredible MacroTalk highlights the most relevant quotes from company earnings calls on this topic. Here's the one's I found most relevant:

In current conditions, the minimum wage is not getting prospective employees in the door. Companies are being forced to raise their wages significantly to compete in this labor market. And the situation is likely to be persistent:

The labor shortage has severe implications for companies. Higher labor costs due to higher wages and increased spending on training and hiring processes, as well as reduced operating hours and missed sales:

Labor is an essential part of the supply chain, and as long as these issues persist, the supply chain woes won't be fixed.

If you'd like to review the whole post, here's the link: Fincredible MacroTalk: Labor Shortages . Quotes from $AMZN $CMG $CPT $BJ $BJRI $SIX $KMB $PCH $WM $QSR $BYD $TXRH $KMPR $YUM $HUBG $MMSI $JBT $HSY
I'd be curious to know how much of the labor shortage is due to people opening their own businesses and getting out of the corporate structure entirely during the height of the pandemic? 🤔
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Big Week Ahead! (Oct 25-29 Earnings Calendar)
Next week will probably be the most interesting week for the stock market this quarter. The largest companies in the world are all reporting and we'll get a lot of very valuable insights.

Here's what I'm interested in:
  • More context on the slowdown in ad spending from $FB $GOOG and $TWTR. Let's see if these companies are experiencing similar issues to the ones $SNAP mentioned yesterday.
  • Comments on the global supply chain issues from $KMB $MMM $GLW $LOGI and others.
  • A general update from $AMD $TDOC $SHOP and$AMZN.
  • Perspectives on the energy market from $XOM $CVX

Comment below what earnings call you're looking forward to!

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