Daily Stock Analysis: Van De Velde

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Van de Velde NV (VDEVF) primarily designs and produces women's lingerie. Its Brands include Marie Jo, Primadonna, and Andres Sarda.

Van de Velde sells most of its items through the wholesale channel to independent specialty retailers. The remaining sales are primarily through retail stores the company owns or franchises.

Van de Velde sells its products worldwide, and it has retail stores throughout continental Europe, the United Kingdom, the United States, Hong Kong, and Dubai.

Van de Velde manufactures its products in Asia and Tunisia.

The company was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Schellebelle, Belgium.

Van de Velde NV is a subsidiary of Van de Velde Holding NV.

Three key data points gauge Van de Velde NV or any dividend-paying firm.

The key three are:

(1) Price

(2) Dividends

(3) Returns

Those three basic keys best tell whether any company has made, is making, and will make money.


Over the past year, Van de Velde’s share rose about X% from $33.02 to $36.50 as of Monday’s  market close.

If Van de Velde’s stock trades in the range of $20.00 to $45.00 this next year, its recent $36.50 share price might rise to $40.00 by next year. Of course, Van de Velde’s price could drop about the same $3.50 amount, or more.

My upside estimate of $3.50, however, is just about 83% of the average annual Van de Velde annual price gains over the past three years.

VDEVF Dividend

Van de Velde’s most recent variable dividends have been paid annually, since 2020. HELLA’s most recent dividend, paid May 4th, was $2.50.   Van de Velde’s  Annual dividend payout has varied from $1.19 in 2020 to $1.22 in 2021, to $2.14 in 2022 and that $2.50 amount was paid in May. The average of those four payouts is $2.01.  However, I used the most recent payment as the next likely annual dividend.

VDEVF Returns

Adding the $2.50  anticipated annual dividend to Van de Velde’s estimated $3.50 price upside reveals a $6.00 potential gross gain per share for the coming year.

At Monday’s $36.50 closing price, a little under $1000 would buy 27 shares.

A $10 broker fee (if charged), paid half at purchase and half at sale, might cost us about $0.37 per share.

Subtracting that maybe $0.37 brokerage cost from my estimated $6.00 gross gain per share makes a net gain amounting to $5.63 X 27 shares = $152.01 for about a 15.2% net gain.

This may be the time to pounce on Van de Velde NV shares. But beware, Van de Velde is a thinly traded stock and moves slowly. However, the estimated $68.50 dividend from $1000 invested comes in at 85% more than the recent single share price. The choice is yours.

The foregoing article is based on past history of Van de Velde NV. The only accurate measure of future performance is from active investment in the company.

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