This company operates in the steadily growing colour cosmetic industry and has launched its products to big retailers in both UK and the US. The recent trading update indicates that the sales in the latter half of 2022 exceed the guidance, attracting some attention from UK investors.
The company has a full-price retail relationship with Tesco and Wilko, as well as Boots after the launch earlier in 2022. They also have introduced their products in the US, the world’s largest market for colour cosmetics, as well as selling on Amazon, promoting sales by E-commerce.
Holding a sufficient amount of cash and stocks, this company is all set to keep growing within their space. With the steady flow of dividends, zero debt, ‘ahead of expectations’ sales data, a focus on ESG, and sufficient operating margin to absorb impacts, this company looks like a great buy.
The only red flag, is that the company wishes to pay steadily increasing dividends and is not willing to burn through cash to grow, but it might be a great defensive pick to diversify your portfolio with.
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