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1 NAIC Stock to Study for April 2005 Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd Presented by: Ty Hughes NAIC DC Chapter April 12, 2005

2 What is NAIC? National Association of Investors Corporation NAIC teaches individuals how to become successful strategic long-term investors NAIC investors use fundamental analysis to study common stocks Websites:

3 NAIC Principles Invest a fixed amount regularly for the long term Reinvest all of your earnings Invest only in good quality growth companies Diversify (25% large companies, 25% small companies, and the rest in between – divided among a variety of industries)

4 Teva Pharmaceutical Industries One of the world's largest generic drug companies and has the leading position in the U.S. generic market. Teva has successfully utilized its production and research capabilities to establish a global pharmaceutical operation focused on supplying the growing demand for generic drugs and on opportunities for proprietary branded products for specific niche categories, with its leading branded drug being Copaxone(R)for multiple sclerosis. Teva's active pharmaceutical ingredients ("API") business provides both significant revenues and profits from sales to third party manufacturers and strategic benefits to Teva's own pharmaceutical production through its timely delivery of significant raw materials. During 2004, 64% of its sales in North America, 26% in Europe and 10% in the rest of the world, predominantly in Israel.


6 American Depositary Receipts American Depositary Receipts were created in 1927 to aid US investor who wished to purchase shares of non-US corporations. Since that time, ADRs have grown into a popular and flexible structure which enables issuers worldwide to access investor outside their home markets. An ADR is a negotiable certificate evidencing ownership of shares in a foreign corporation. Each ADR denotes depositary shares which represent a specific number of the underlying shares remaining on deposit in the issuer's home market.

7 American Depositary Receipts An American Depositary Receipt (ADR) is a share of stock of an investment in shares of a non-US corporation. The shares of the non-US corporation trade on a non-US exchange, while the ADRs trade on a US exchange. Two banks are involved in maintaining an ADR: an investment bank and a depositary bank. The investment bank purchases the foreign shares and offers them for sale in the US. The depositary bank handles the issuance and cancellation of ADRs certificates backed by ordinary shares based on investor orders, any other services, but is not involved in selling the ADRs.

8 NAIC Stock Selection Guide Section 1 – Visual Analysis (sales, EPS and net profit by year, also, high and low price) Section 2 – Evaluating Management Section 3 – Price-Earnings History Section 4 – Evaluating Risk and Reward Section 5 – Five-Year Potential

9 Visualizing the Data

10 Visual Analysis EPS Hi / Low Prices Revenue Net Income

11 Historic Growth

12 Projecting Earnings Growth First Call – 20% Visual Analysis – 17% Value Line – 15% Sales, 17% Earnings 16.7% EPS Growth

13 Preferred Procedure

14 VL Data for Preferred Procedure 600 Shares Outstanding PTM=.20 / (1 - 0.23) =.2597 or 26%

15 Projected 5-Year EPS EPS growth is projected at 15% $1.49 for last FY $1.49 for TTM 5-yr EPS = (1.49)*(1.167)^5 5-year Projected 5-year EPS is $3.22

16 Sec. 2: Evaluating Management Key indicators of management: Pre-tax profit margin Return on equity Compare company’s ratios with its industry Caution: The worse a company performs, the better value it may appear to be. Trailing and forward PE drops Projection at historic growth shows high projected return

17 Evaluating Management SSG Section 2 Pre-tax profit over the past five years of 20.1% with an upward trend Return on equity over the past five years is 17.9% with a slight downward trend

18 Trailing Pre-Tax Profit Margin Pre-tax profit margin sometimes signals a problem before it is reflected in the EPS. No problem here.

19 Trailing EPS and Revenue Growth

20 Value Line Quality Indicators Earnings Predictability—measure of the reliability of an earnings forecast. The most reliable forecasts tend to be those with the highest rating (100); the least reliable (5). Financial Strength Rating—relative measure of financial strength of the companies reviewed by Value Line. The relative ratings range from A++ (strongest) down to C (weakest), in nine steps.

21 Value Line Quality Indicators Financial Strength (B++ or better) Earnings Predictability (85 or better)

22 Confirm Management Quality Robinson Quality Rating 20.0 Fin. Strength 13.8 Earnings Pred. 12.9 Projected Sales 11.8 Projected PTM Total = 58.5

23 Sec. 3: Price-Earnings History Accept or amend High and Low avg. PEs Find 5-yr. high PE, low PE and avg. PE Look for “signature PE” or range Relative Value Current PE / Trailing PE Current PE / Projected PE Is PE expansion or contraction likely? Compare PE to projected growth

24 Price Earnings History High PE of 28.5 and Low PE of 17.9 Average PE of 23.2 PE trending down Steady growth often commands a higher PE

25 Sec. 4: Risk and Reward Calculate high price in five years (Avg. High PE) x (Est. 5-yr. EPS) Calculate low price in five years (Avg. Low PE) x (Est. 5-yr. low EPS) Can use current EPS for 5-yr. Low Find buy, hold & sell zones Determine upside-downside ratio Relative value (Current PE / 5-yr avg PE)

26 Risk and Reward Upside / Downside

27 Buy – Hold – Sell Range

28 Sec. 5: Five-Year Potential Average Total Annual Return Assumes stock reaches projected high PE in year 5 Easy to calculate Compound Total Annual Return* Assumes stock reaches projected high PE in year 5 More complex calculation Projected Average Return* Assumes stock reaches projected average PE in year 5 Also a complex calculation * Both Toolkit and Stock Analyst compute these

29 Five-Year Potential Return includes 0.7% dividend Projected Average Return of 16.0% is based on average PE Total Return of 20.4% is based on average high PE

30 Teva Conclusions TEVA is a quality stock. Value Line financial strength is A but earnings predictability is only 55, RQR is 58.5 More likely to go up than down Upside/Downside ratio of 4.3 Fully priced Relative value 106.5 < 110 Estimate Total Return of 20.4% and Projected Average Return of 16.0% (assuming High PE of 24.8)

31 Conclusion Email: Materials can be found at: Better Investing!

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