Stock In Focus – TAM Stock Screener – G Willi-Food International Ltd (NASDAQ: WILC)

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As part of a new series here at The Acquirer’s Multiple, we’re providing a new feature called ‘Stock in Focus‘ where we focus on one of the stocks from our Stock Screeners.

One of the cheapest stocks in our Stock Screeners is G Willi-Food International Ltd (NASDAQ: WILC).

G. Willi-Food International Ltd is an Israeli-based company engaged in the development, import, export, marketing and distribution of a wide variety of food products worldwide. The principal products in the import segment product line include Canned Vegetables and Pickles, Canned Fish, Canned Fruit, Edible Oils, Dairy and Dairy Substitute Products, Dried Fruit, Nuts and Beans, and Other Products. Its brands include Willi-Food, Donna Rozza, Manchow, Gold Frost, Tifeeret, Say cheese, and Emma.

A quick look at G. Willi-Food International’s share price history (below) over the past twelve months shows that the price is up 46%, but here’s why the company is undervalued.


Market Cap: $146 Million

Enterprise Value: $66 Million

Operating Earnings*

Operating Earnings: $13 Million

Acquirer’s Multiple

Acquirer’s Multiple: 5.21

Free Cash Flow (TTM)

Free Cash Flow: $8 Million

FCF/EV Yield:

FCF/EV Yield: 12%

Other Indicators

Piotroski F-Score: 6

Altman Z-Score: 13.48

Beneish M-Score: -2.32

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3 Comments on “Stock In Focus – TAM Stock Screener – G Willi-Food International Ltd (NASDAQ: WILC)”

    1. Thanks Lincoln. It is undervalued using our valuation ratio, The Acquirer’s Multiple®. The ratio we use to find attractive takeover candidates. It examines several financial statement items that other multiples like the price-to-earnings ratio do not, including debt, preferred stock, and minority interests; and interest, tax, depreciation, amortization.

      The Acquirer’s Multiple® is calculated as follows:

      Enterprise Value / Operating Earnings

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