Tag: BMS

  • Bemis Co Inc Valuation – June 2018 $BMS

    Bemis Co Inc Valuation – June 2018 $BMS

    Bemis Company, Inc. is suitable for the Enterprising Investor but not the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the low current ratio, insufficient earnings growth over the last ten years, and the high PB ratio.

  • Best Dividend Paying Stocks for Dividend Growth Investors – August 2017

    Best Dividend Paying Stocks for Dividend Growth Investors – August 2017

    Dividend growth investing is a very popular approach which can fit within the ModernGraham methods.  This article will look at companies reviewed by ModernGraham which have grown their dividends annually for at least the last 20 years. For all 900 companies covered by ModernGraham, I track the number of years a company has grown its dividend, […]

  • Bemis Company Inc Valuation – July 2016 $BMS

    Bemis Company Inc Valuation – July 2016 $BMS

    Bemis Company, Inc. is suitable for the Enterprising Investor but not the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the high PEmg and PB ratios.

  • Bemis Co Inc Valuation – January 2016 Update $BMS

    Bemis Co Inc Valuation – January 2016 Update $BMS

    Bemis Co Inc qualifies for the Enterprising Investor but not the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the insufficient earnings growth over the last ten years along with the high PEmg and PB ratios.

  • Bemis Company Inc. Analysis – September 2015 Update $BMS

    Bemis Company Inc. Analysis – September 2015 Update $BMS

    Bemis Company Inc. qualifies for the Enterprising Investor but not the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the insufficient earnings growth over the last ten years as well as the high PEmg and PB ratios.

  • Bemis Company Analysis – June 2015 Update $BMS

    Bemis Company Analysis – June 2015 Update $BMS

    Bemis passes the initial requirements of the Enterprising Investor but not of the more conservative Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the insufficient earnings growth over the last ten years and the high PEmg and PB ratios.

  • 23 Companies in the Spotlight This Week – 3/9/15

    23 Companies in the Spotlight This Week – 3/9/15

    We evaluated 23 different companies this week to determine whether they are suitable for Defensive Investors, those unwilling to do substantial research, or Enterprising Investors, those who are willing to do such research. We also put each company through the ModernGraham valuation model based on Benjamin Graham’s value investing formulas in order to determine an intrinsic value for each. Here’s a summary of the ModernGraham Valuations.

  • Bemis Company Inc. Quarterly Valuation – March 2015 $BMS

    Bemis Company Inc. Quarterly Valuation – March 2015 $BMS

    Bemis Company Inc. is suitable for the Enterprising Investor but not for the Defensive Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned by the low earnings growth over the last ten years, along with the high PEmg and PB ratios, while the Enterprising Investor is only concerned with the level of debt relative to the net current assets.

  • 22 Companies in the Spotlight This Week – 11/29/14

    22 Companies in the Spotlight This Week – 11/29/14

    We evaluated 22 different companies this week to determine whether they are suitable for Defensive Investors, those unwilling to do substantial research, or Enterprising Investors, those who are willing to do such research. We also put each company through the ModernGraham valuation model based on Benjamin Graham’s value investing formulas in order to determine an intrinsic value for each. Here’s a summary of the ModernGraham Valuations.

  • Bemis Company Inc. Quarterly Valuation – November 2014 $BMS

    Bemis Company Inc. Quarterly Valuation – November 2014 $BMS

    Bemis Company Inc. qualifies for both the Defensive Investor and the Enterprising Investor. The Defensive Investor is concerned with the level of earnings growth over the last ten years, while the Enterprising Investor is only concerned with the level of debt relative to the net current assets.