If you like to own stable and boring businesses as part of your dividend growth portfolio then definitely have a look at Ahold Delhaize stock. Ahold is a Dutch grocery chain with a large presence in both the BeNeLux and the United States.
You can actually just consider it the Dutch version of Walmart.
Like Walmart in the US, Ahold Delhaize has a leading market position in the Netherlands and Belgium and it owns a large digital ecommerce business: bol.com.
Not that long ago I shared my thoughts about Ahold Delhaize stock on social media and in my March watchlist. To my surprise there were a lot of people that were not so familiar yet with this company.
But it makes sense, because within Europe it isn’t really recognized outside of the Netherlands and Belgium although it owns multiple large brands in other European countries. Just to name a few:
- Czech Republic: Albert
- Greece: Alfa Beta Vassilopoulos
- Portugal: Pingo Doce
- Romania: Mega Image
- Serbia: Maxi
Besides that it also owns multiple brands in the United States, i.e. Food Lion, Stop & Shop and their most recent acquisition Fresh Direct.
Having said that, I like Ahold Delhaize a lot and I own already quite a position in it.
But is now the right time to add some more Ahold Delhaize shares to my portfolio? That’s always the million dollar question, because price is what you pay and value is what you get (W. Buffet’s famous quote)
Hence, that’s why I decided to create this video: to explain a bit more about why I like owning Ahold Delhaize stock so much.
This video includes a brief overview of the company, a look at their latest results and finally a fair value assessment using a Discounted Cash Flow approach.
I hope you enjoy this video!
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European Dividend Growth Investor
Disclosure: I own shares in AMS:AD (Ahold Delhaize)
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