Today, I’m going to provide you an overview of the top 10 MLM Stocks, as I see it. This list is very subjective and is just my opinion.
It has become another way I invest and I have done slightly well thus far… Stocks. But I do know that at any given time, the bottom could fall out, so I do not have everything in stocks and bonds.
Most network marketing companies are privately owned; however, some are publicly owned and have stocks available for purchase. After doing some intense research online, I put together a list of what I believe are the top 10 MLM Stocks, based on a variety of factors, such as age of the company, company profitability, company reputation and more. Keep in mind, this is just my opinion. Also, I am not a financial advisor.
Top 10 MLM Stocks
But enough of that… Today, I am going to share the top 10 MLM Stocks from publicly traded multilevel marketing companies. I will start with #10 and work up to the top MLM stock.
# 10: Avon – AVP
Avon currently is selling a share of stock for $1.53. This is low and could be in danger of being de-listed.
Founded in 1886, Avon has struggled over the last few years and separated into 2 separate entities; one for North America and one for the rest of the world which is headquartered in London. The company offers personal care items.
It is mixed emotions on the Avon stocks as some have claimed insiders have been “scooping” it up, but other forecasters say it will continue to be weak.
The all-time high Avon Products stock closing price was 46.14 on June 30, 2004.
# 9: Reliv International – RELV
Headquartered in Chesterfield, Missouri, Reliv International sells a variety of nutritional supplements.
Currently, a share of stock in this company sells at $4.97. This is essentially low in comparison to its 52 week high of just under $11.
Founded in 1988, many people have done quite well investing in their stocks.
Reliv’ International, Inc. earnings have declined by -33.76% per year over past 5 years.
Source: Simply Wall st
# 8: Nature’s Sunshine – NATR
Founded in 1972, Nature’s Sunshine manufactures and sells a wide range of dietary supplements. The company is based in Lehi, Utah.
Currently, 1 share on NATR goes for $8.20. It seems that Nature’s Sunshine stock stays consistent and may be a good investment for a safe stock. The company’s revenues stay on a steady climb.
On a per-share basis, the Lehi, Utah-based company said it had profit of 7 cents.
Nature’s Sunshine shares have risen 24% since the beginning of the year. The stock has increased roughly 9% in the last 12 months.
# 7: LifeVantage – LFVN
This MLM company is based in Sandy, Utah and founded back in 1988. With their patented health and wellness product called Protandim, LifeVantage has seen some successful revenues.
Currently, LifeVantage stock sells for $9.70 and it seems stock experts are “bullish” on the company’s stocks.
LifeVantage has a return on equity of 30% for the last year (2018). That means that for every $1 worth of shareholders’ equity, it generated $0.30 in profit.
Source: Simply Wall st
# 6: Mannatech – MTEX
Samuel Caster founded this health and wellness MLM back in 1993.
The company has faced much scrutiny but has since found its place in the network marketing world. Many people have Mannatech stock not that it rises or falls much, but because of the great dividends. But experts say that revenues don’t seem to add up to keep the great dividends in place.
Currently, shares are $19.20 each.
Mannatech is a publicly traded, multinational multi-level marketing firm that sells dietary supplements and personal care products. It was founded in November 1993 by Samuel Caster, and is headquartered in Flower Mound, Texas. The company’s stock is traded on the NASDAQ exchange under the symbol MTEX.
# 5: Tupperware – TUP
Many would tell you that this stock is a great investment. After all, Tupperware Brands has been around since 1948 and always is developing new products.
Using a party-plan system, Tupperware is recognized in households worldwide. 1 share of TUP sells for approximately $35.41 at the time of writing this and it had a 52 week high of over $66.
The capital turnover (annual revenue relative to shareholder’s equity) for TUP is -11.98 — better than just 1.39% of US stocks.
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# 4: Herbalife – HLF
You can buy 1 share of HLF for $52.24 which is quite near its 52 week high of $56.74.
Herbalife Nutrition has a market capitalization of $6.69 billion and generates $4.89 billion in revenue each year. The company earns $296.60 million in net income (profit) each year or $2.88 on an earnings per share basis.
# 3: Nu Skin Enterprises – NUS
The experts are mixed on this personal care and dietary supplement company that has a worldwide presence.
Based in Provo, Utah and founded in 1984, Nu Skin Enterprises has consistently been on investor’s radar. Currently, shares of Nu Skin go for $72.56 and forecasts say that this seems to be near bottom of a falling trend.
Does this mean I would buy in? Hmm, I will have to think hard about that.
With a market cap of $2.65 billion, Nu Skin Enterprises (NUS—NYSE) has landed a spot on the Dow Jones index of mid-sized companies.
Source: Direct Selling News
# 2: Primerica – PRI
This financial services and Insurance MLM Company has done nothing but grow and grow. There is no reason it should stop now.
Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, Primerica stock sells at $114.25 per share. While that is near the company’s 52 week high, personally, I believe PRI will continue climbing. It just may be a good investment.
Primerica has a market capitalization of $5.61 billion and generates $1.90 billion in revenue each year. The financial services provider earns $324.09 million in net income (profit) each year or $7.33 on an earnings per share basis.
# 1: USANA Health Sciences – USNA
Another huge health and wellness MLM that is publicly listed, USANA tops this list as shares sell for $130.80 each. Also based in Utah, USANA has a strong following, but experts are predicting that USANA stock prices may drop sharply. But experts have been wrong more than once.
The company announced net income in the third quarter of $24.2 million, or $1.09 per share, based on generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). This reflected deterioration from the prior-year period GAAP earnings of $31 million, or $1.24 per share.
Source: The Motley Fool
Investing in MLM Stocks can be a great way to diversify, but always remember that it can be quite volatile.
Let’s hear from all of you… Do any of you own any shares of these stocks? Do you have any questions or feedback? Thanks for visiting and be safe investing.
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