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Tyson Foods is an American company that operates in the food industry. This company is the world's second largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef, and pork ( JBS S.A is the number one ). I have been looking at this company recently and I have to say that the company's fundamentals are stable and fairly solid. Shares of $TSN-2.6% are down over 10% for this year and it seems to me that this stock is quite undervalued as when I calculated the intrinsic value of the stock, the fair price per share came out to be $80. Thus, I am thinking of including this stock in my portfolio. Plus, this company reports its results tomorrow, which I'm sure will be of interest to me.

How do you view this company and do you have shares of this company included in your portfolio?

TSN
$57.78 -$1.56 -2.63%
1 Day
-0.03%
5 Days
-1.57%
1 Month
-1%
6 Months
+4.03%
YTD
-3.84%
1 Year
-8.51%
5 Years
-16.71%
Max.
+66,189.29%

Thanks for the tip

You're welcome :D

It looks really interesting

I've been buying below $50 quite a bit and will hold to at least $80 unless fundamentals change, by which time I'll be collecting a decent dividend. Suffering a lot now on thin margins, but that should return to normal. I'm looking for tomorrow's results.

I have had this company in my portfolio since May 23, when I managed to pick it up at $47.6 and $52.9. I definitely trust it and plan to buy in on the downside. From my perspective, it is very interesting below $57.

Great, I also think you can still shop at these prices.