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VALU 2020-11-17 02:59:24November 16, 2020 - Ra Capital Management, L.p. has filed a 13F-HR form disclosing ownership of 10,810,937 shares of Vaxart, Inc (US: $VXRT) with total holdings valued at $71,893,000 USD as of September 30, 2020. Highlight
VALU 2020-11-17 03:00:05November 06, 2020 - BlackRock Inc. has filed a 13F-HR form disclosing ownership of 4,273,670 shares of Vaxart, Inc (US: $VXRT) with total holdings valued at $28,420,000 USD as of September 30, 2020.
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VALU 2020-11-17 21:49:20$SMSI $NTIS $CMLS #ValueInvesting #valueinvesting101 #valueinvestor #investing Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-19 01:24:22@LSValue $EVRI (casino gaming + fintech solutions - undervalued compared to segment peers any way you slice it). $WTRH (small, profitable food delivery service, acquisition target). $CMLS (radioCo that has undervalued podcast assets, FCF machine)
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VALU 2020-11-19 02:56:15RT @rahulsehrawat_: @LSValue $EVRI (casino gaming + fintech solutions - undervalued compared to segment peers any way you slice it). $WTRH… Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-19 11:48:11Novus Therapeutics $NVUS Stock Rating Upgraded by ValuEngine Highlight
VALU 2020-11-19 11:48:19Novus Therapeutics $NVUS Upgraded to “Buy” by ValuEngine Highlight
VALU 2020-11-19 11:48:27Novus Therapeutics $NVUS Upgraded to “Buy” by ValuEngine Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-19 16:23:41$CLNE Clean Energy Fuels Corp. The machine learning model is forecasting that this companie s stock price value has a neutral short term outlook and is poised to devalue in the coming weeks #business #realestate #wallstreet Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-19 21:45:07Insider Activity seen in $DCTH, Rosalind Advisors, I (Director) Buy, Total-Shares = 2,500, Transaction Price= $12.11, Transaction Value= $30,280, Last Quote: $12.7 Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-20 08:09:53ValuEngine Downgrades Ever-Glory International Group $EVK to Strong Sell
VALU 2020-11-20 08:14:13ValuEngine Downgrades Ever-Glory International Group $EVK to Strong Sell
VALU 2020-11-20 08:55:57Novus Therapeutics $NVUS Lifted to “Buy” at ValuEngine #markets Highlight
VALU 2020-11-20 08:58:05Novus Therapeutics $NVUS Stock Rating Upgraded by ValuEngine Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-20 11:26:04Apellis Pharmaceuticals $APLS Downgraded by ValuEngine #markets
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VALU 2020-11-20 17:55:40So thankful in this season of giving for IDRA (Intercultural Development Research Association) in collaboration with Value Youth Partnership by Arca Continental Coca-Cola Southwest who donated 15 laptops to students at @SSAISDKazen & @SSAISDDwightMS #WeAreFamily #SeiezeTheFuture Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-20 19:01:36$KXIN $NCTY running!! #charts #Chartbuster #Bullish #Stock #Stockmarket #Trend #Daytrading #Investor #HotStocks #Trader #Stocks #Finance #Money #Business #SwingTrade #ValueInvesting #Focus #WallStreet #Watchlist #investors #investments
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VALU 2020-11-20 22:18:45$CMLS is a "value" stock. ⓘ This claim is highly disputed Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-21 01:14:49@swingforthewin @TheStockPanther @Lineker2020 637 million vs almost 3 billion cap. Gmhi could triple it's share price and be less valuable than vldr Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-21 06:19:22$SNOA trading at less than 1X forward revenue with a $18M market cap. And they have a vastly under-appreciated HOCl technology to address the pandemic. And impressive clinical dermatology data. Clear valuation disconnect here. Will be tweeting more on this name. Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-21 09:03:49Will we see an $mgi #mgi correction as we did last time this pumped? Or is the Co. Truly undervalued and this drop is just a pause. Let's see. _______________________________ #xrp $xrp Highlight
VALU 2020-11-21 09:15:35$CMLS Cumulus Media, Inc. The algorithm has predicted the value of this company has a neutral short term outlook and has a negative long term outlook #stocks #trading #entrepreneurship Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-21 11:13:13Looks like #xrp has just stretched its legs. If it gets up and starts to walk.... #FOMO 2017 will look like a sideshow. Note: #mgi which was sent ridden and failing did a full 180° and is now undervalued USD 7+ per share. Why? #odl the #xrpl and use case and utility. $xrp moon Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-21 12:04:03@CleanTechSac @mandersonsacbiz @Sacbiz Yeah $SUNW was delusional if they thought their share holders were going to accept a 20% per share of $PECK when at the time or the vote they were worth about 50% of PECK. No reasonable person is going to vote to lose like 60% of their value for that merger Highlight
VALU 2020-11-21 12:25:05@joachimcoens 1. nov 2021 is te laat om te evalueren.engie stopt nu.hernemen in 2022 zal veel extra geld kosten. 2.Studie Creg mag ook niet gestopt worden. Foute beslissingen Highlight
VALU 2020-11-21 12:48:50$MDGS Valuation is starting to make more sense now $2.14. Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-21 13:15:06@3103_zambrano @MrLorenzoDoesDD @dommafia I think the technology is useful & will be adopted, a different thing is when & by how many, and if that justifies the valuation. Luminar very focused on autonomous vehicles. I'm riding the hype GMHI 1500 shares bought yesterday already 18% profit. When the hype ends I'm out
VALU 2020-11-21 13:23:58@LuoshengPeng @Nakazutra @Sanjeev69527669 @arrival Right now $AYRO is a bit overvalued but EV market is hot. Again they are paying for growth and it’s a bit too risky to value it that high. So I agree with you. Less employees because they don’t manufacture. They assemble only. Highlight
VALU 2020-11-21 13:27:08@matteoroversi ci apre la mente al futuro del #brand marketing: #liquid #expectations, free, long term value, experience, #blanding. Branding by doing! #WMF2020 #IUS_VE
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VALU 2020-11-21 14:05:40There is a high risk of rip currents at local beaches today. Expect sunny skies and mild temperatures this afternoon. UV-Index values will be moderate, so remember to apply and re-apply sunblock often. #SPI #rgvwx #txwx
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VALU 2020-11-27 17:00:42Lending Club: Mr. Market Doesn't Know How To Value This Potential Multi-Bagger Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-27 18:11:50eBay Vs. Amazon - Value Vs. Growth Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-27 20:25:22Roku's Stock Is Another Insanely Valued Stock Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-27 22:34:15NextEra Energy: Valuation Is Looking Slightly Overblown Highlight
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VALU 2020-11-30 17:01:09Palantir Adds $17 Billion in Value in Best Week Since Debut Palantir Technologies Inc. posted its best week since it went public in September, adding about $17 billion in market value as a broad rally in tech stocks helped fuel gains in the software maker. Its shares rose 52% since Monday and touched a fresh intraday record at $33.50. The stock lost some of the gains on Friday after Citron Research said in a tweet it was shorting the stock with a $20 target. The company ended the session at $27.66. Palantir representatives didn’t respond to a request for comment. “A lot of institutions have probably warmed up to the company and are viewing it as something to hold onto for the long term,” said Wayne Kaufman, chief market analyst at Phoenix Financial Services. “It’s a great software company, and it has a terrific business, a very sticky business, not just with governments but also enterprises.” Trading in Palantir options also surged this week with average daily volume of call contracts jumping about 250% in the first three days of the week when compared to the prior week. An analysis of open interest shows most of the contracts being opened and closed in the same day, indicating a heavy presence of day traders. After an initial lackluster performance following its direct-listing stock debut, gains for the Denver-based firm, which sells data-analysis tools, have accelerated after hedge funds, including Steve Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management, reported purchasing the company’s shares. “Big-data companies have become very important and historically have been excellent stocks. Also, Palantir is benefiting from the pandemic -- tracking cases and analyzing data is right in its wheelhouse,” Kaufman said. Since starting up in 2003, co-founder and chairman Peter Thiel has helped bankroll the business throughout its long period as a closely held business. Now, the stock has gained nearly 300% since its direct listing. It reported third-quarter losses in its first financial results since going public as compensation costs surged. It did, however, boost its revenue growth forecast for the year to 44%, exceeding the amount analysts expected on average. “I’d say the days of it trading below $20 are probably over,” Kaufman added.   submitted by   /u/E_lonui7xz [link]   [comments]
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VALU 2020-11-30 20:44:15DoorDash said to raise IPO valuation to $28 billion DoorDash is said to have increased their IPO valuation target to $28 billion. Other companies in the market cap range include Peloton, Best Buy, and Hilton. DoorDash's closest competitors, Uber (via UberEats) and GruhHub, have a $87 billion market cap and $6.5 billion market cap respectively. DoorDash Quick Facts: The company said it has 1 million Dashers (delivery workers) and more than 18 million customers. DoorDash is the leading food delivery app in the U.S. DoorDash reported $1.9 billion in revenue for the nine months ended Sept. 30 and a net loss of $149 million. ​ Is $28 billion too high or too low? Are you buying?   submitted by   /u/FeCromartie [link]   [comments]
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VALU 2020-12-01 00:52:57Tesla’s stock will be added to the S&P 500 in a single step before the open on Dec. 21 The stock will be added at its full float-adjusted market capitalization before the open of trading on Dec. 21, the index provider said. Float-adjusted means that only shares available to the public are considered when evaluating a company’s weighting. The company that Tesla will replace will be named on Dec. 11, according to a press release. “In its decision, S&P DJI considered the wide range of responses it received, as well as, among other factors, the expected liquidity of Tesla and the market’s ability to accommodate significant trading volumes on this date,” the index provider said. Tesla’s addition to the S&P 500 will coincide with the expiration of stock options and stock futures, among other financial instruments, which should help facilitate the addition because of the high trading volume that day. Thanks for the awards.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-01 13:54:14COVID Portfolio Strategy? I’ve just turned 21 and currently all my portfolio is sitting in index funds. I’ve never really invested in individual stocks as I’ve never had the time to properly research but I was having a quick look through the market at companies that have lost tons of value following COVID. Would it be a viable investment strategy to move say 10-30% of my portfolio and ride the recovery of some of these stocks as they get back on their feet? Generally looking at stocks in areas such as: Cinema: CINE Airlines: IAG, AAL, UAL, EZJ Hotels and Cruises: RCL, HSW, CCL, NEX Banks: MTRO, LLOY Restaurants Groups: RTN, MARS Oil: PMO, BP, RSDA Car Manufacturers: RR, AML Cannabis: APHA Any thoughts are appreciated. Cheers.   submitted by   /u/EducatedFool1 [link]   [comments]
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VALU 2020-12-01 15:50:50TESLA NEWS | NIO SALES | NIKOLA STOCK CRASH | STOCK MARKET NEWS & MORE [12-01] Tesla and NIO shares are jumping after good news, while NIKOLA tumbles after GM goes for a much smaller agreement, the stock market loses ground as investors take profits, let’s talk about this and much more about the stock market Hey everyone and Welcome! So, let’s start with the recap of yesterday as we saw the NASDAQ COMPOSITE finish about flat for the day, the SP500 finished about half a percent down for the day and the DOW INDUSTRIAL was the biggest losers down almost 1% thought all 3 of them were down even bigger intraday. So, both the SP and the DOW finished with record monthly gains, the SP finish up 10,9% for the month above the previous record of 10,2% exactly 40 years ago, while the DOW finished up 11,9% and topped the previous record from 1987 with the Nasdaq also having its best month since the middle of the dot-com boom in 2001. The VIX also finished down more than 1% for the day though at one point it almost hit the 23 mark. Almost 70% of companies were declining yesterday on above average volume, as I believe investors were taking profits after the big gains from this huge November rally that we had. CHART Energy was the biggest loser yesterday as the whole sectors finished down more than 5% while the only 2 sectors in the green were Technology and Health Care as we saw value plays struggling through the day while large cap growth companies were gaining, led by Apple as you can see in this HEAT MAP, which finished the day up over 2% while the whole financial and energy sectors were down big. Here are the biggest economic data that we are expecting today, as we will see numbers from the MARKIT PMI and the ISM INDEX with vehicle sales arriving later in the day. Also only one big company is expected to report earnings today, Salesforce, which is also expected to close a deal today to buy Slack in a cash-only deal. Salesforce is expected to maintain its EPS flat year over year with revenues increasing by more than 16%. I fully expect this to be beaten as this company has gone under appreciated in my opinion as smaller cloud companies have seen the bulk of the stock market gains. If they manage to buy Slack that will be a very positive thing for the company’s future as they will move on to bring a new challenge to the Microsoft bundle. SLACK NEWS Great news came in the early morning today, as the OECD revised it’s GDP contraction up 0,3% with a real GDP growth forecasted at over 4% next year and 3,7% in 2022 as China is expected to account for one-third of the world economic growth next year, it might be the time to get more into that part of the stock market as they are expected to have a GDP growth of 8% next year. Also, despite dropping more than 3% yesterday, Tesla saw it’s shares bounce back after the news that it will be added at full float-adjusted market cap all at once on Dec. 21 due to its ability to accommodate big trades. With other good news coming yesterday also as China finally approved the selling of the Model Y in the country. Also relating to the EV world, NIO just announced while writing this post an increase of over 100% in delivery numbers for November to over 5 thousand cars. As they company keeps it over 100% year over year deliveries increase and are expected to continue the accelerations of production capacity to accommodate the bigger order numbers. While the hydrogen power Nikola seen it’s share drop yesterday after a worse than expected deal with GM, as GM has pulled back from its initial far bigger commitment with Nikola as the 2 companies signed a non-binding memorandum that expires at the end of next year, so things may get even worse for Nikola as they also scrapped plans to build the Nikola Badger electric pickup and will refund order deposits for the truck. This resulted in an over 25% drop in Nikola shares and I expect this to go even lower, as the former CEO Milton will see about 130 million shares unlocked today and a total unlock of 161 million shares, that is more than the current free float shares available for the company at 117 million. If he decides to sell those, that will crush the stock… So, I think a 15-16 $ price in the near future is possible even with Milton selling his shares. Good news for 2 of the biggest 3 companies in the world Apple and Amazon announced that they will team up to offer new cloud computing services for AWS users to be able to create and test apps remotely. This will be a big positive for both companies as Amazon will benefit from more cloud services usage while Apple continues to expand the software and services business. Other great news came for retailers as Shopify announced that sales were up 75% year over year as the Black Friday to Cyber Monday sales are booming, this bolds well for companies like Lowe’s, Home Depot, Amazon and many others. While on the vaccine front, Moderna’s candidate is expected to be review in mid-December. I believe the stock has gone way over it’s head and has passed big players in the pharma industry like Vertex and Regeneron though for Moderna this will be they’re first product to be released to the market, I think this stock is well over-hyped at this price, I don’t believe it’s worth more than 100$ in the long-run as more vaccines will become available with far cheaper prices. The only big company that reported earnings yesterday was ZOOM as they beat expectations by 23 cents. The stock did fall more than 5% in after-hours trading as I expected as the total number of paying customers was only up 17% quarter over quarter with far bigger increases in free users that created bigger bills and drove the profit margins lower to 66% way below the 72% analysts expected. I believe the company faces a though 2021 year as they will have very difficult comps to take on, but I believe this will remain a winner in the longer run. So I sold out of my position on Zoom before this earnings but I will keep an eye on them, if the price drops below 400$ I would be willing to buy the stock once again. Meanwhile Biden has announced his top picks for economic appointments and nominations and I believe this are very friendly picks for the stock market as he has gone with more central liberal picks and hasn’t gone to far to the left. So I still believe the stock market is in a bull run for the moment with lot of great catalysts like the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION being more and more certain, and a very likely split government after the Georgia Senate runoff election. So, with at least 2 vaccines right around the corner and treatments for the illness also getting better by the day, this will lead to a gradual reopening of the economy as less and less industries will suffer and the whole economy will eventually go back to normal. Also, the end of the US-China trade war might be in sight or at least a reduction in the trade tensions between the two biggest economies as Biden is close to taking over the Presidency in the US. Thank you everyone for reading! Hope you enjoyed the content! Be sure to leave a comment down below with your opinion and other thoughts on the stock market! Have a great and see you next time!   submitted by   /u/0toHeroInvesting [link]   [comments]
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VALU 2020-12-01 17:02:02#MOMO Stock Hi, What do you guys think about momo stock? It is chinese btw. It has 2.2B dollars in cash & their market cap is 2,75B dollars. Earnings aren’t good tho. What are you guys’ opinion? I feel like there is a ton of value here.   submitted by   /u/simonsbets [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 17:02:2027.87 26.80 -0.04%
VALU 2020-12-01 17:29:2110 Tips for Newbies Reading through some of the posts I can see how a lot of newbies have FOMO (fear of missing out). Post after post of losers making huge returns. Everyone is getting rich but you. Boofuckinghoo. The smart investor realizes it’s all hype. Some of it works, most of it doesn’t. To be successful you need to be able to recognize the difference and to do that, you need time, knowledge and practice. Here are ten tips that can help you along the way. Tip 1 - You don’t know shit You’re going to lose your money. Don’t get suckered by reading posts about guys who made 1000% return in 5 minutes. For every one guy that posts his massive gains, 100+ suckers have lost their money. The first lesson to realize is that it’s way easier to lose money in the market than to make money. Tip 2 - Understand how money flows in the market Money moves from the idiots to the knowledgable, from the impatient to the patient. Any dummy can make money short term. But to make money long-term and truly grow a portfolio, you have to be armed with knowledge and a shit ton of patience. Tip 3 - Play for the long term The most important rule you need to follow religiously is NEVER FUCKING LOSE MONEY. Print it big, tape it to your wall. Your top responsibility is protecting your capital. YOLO is a stupid play. 99% of you are going to bet at the wrong time with the wrong stock. Calm the fuck down and work on a long term strategy. You have decades dummy. Tip 4 - Time is on your side, but not much else The market never stops. The machine just churns and churns. Rich to poor, poor to rich, it just keeps on turning and turning. There are ALWAYS opportunities. Another IPO. Another MEME turd. FOMO is for fools. Miss a run? Big fucking deal. There’s another one around the corner. You have plenty of time to learn, test, and grow your capital. Tip 5 - Paper Trading Paper trading is a simulation. It behaves exactly like a real account with real active data but it’s all practice. No real money exchanges. It’s a great way to learn, to see how shitty you’re going to do without losing a penny. DO THIS FOR TWO YEARS. Take whatever capital you have right now and buy some long term ETFs or solid ass stocks with minimal risk. Keep adding to it EVERY paycheck. Build up some capital for when you’re ready to trade for real. Take two years to learn how to trade, watch your paper portfolio go to zero a couple dozen times, read and follow the news, WSB, Stocktwits, etc. Ask questions, test out your strategies. You’ll thank me two years from now. Tip 6 - Understand taxes Big difference between short term and long term capital gains. Uncle Sam loves you short timers. Paying taxes is for suckers. Tip 7 - No one knows shit There is no crystal ball, no one has the “inside track”, and only believe 10% of what you read. Be very fucking skeptical. About everything. Social media, analysts, CEOs, news, all if it, be fucking skeptical. It’s all manipulation. Don’t even trust Buffett. You are the guardian of your capital. Everyone wants to take it it away from you. Understand that and you won’t get suckered so easily. Tip 8 - Learn to read fundamentals and understand valuations As much as the market today feels like a casino, the underlying foundation of the market is investing, not gambling. With every stock you buy you’re buying a piece of a business. Learn to read fundamentals. Do they make money? Are they growing? Do they have debt? How are their competitors valued? Do they make more money today than they did 5 years ago? How will they make more? How do they return capital to shareholders? And on and on and on. Learn motherfuckers. Earnings per share. P/E rations. Intrinsic value. Net income. Figure out formulas for valuing stocks. Is TSLA worth over 250x earnings? Is WFC undervalued at 13x earnings? Investing blindly because big_dick_loser said so in a post is beyond idiotic. Just burn your money, you’ll have more fun. Tip 9 - Get rich schemes are for suckers Remove the bookmark for Ferrari. You ain’t getting one anytime soon. Play fucking smart. Go long. Think in decades, not days. You’re not smart enough to day trade and beat the system. Not long-term anyways. Most of you won’t beat the market over 10 years. So be fucking smart. Paper trade until you can consistently prove gains month after month. When you’re ready to trade for real, dip in slowly. Fuck FOMO. Fuck YOLO. Remember, time is on your side. Compound that shit. Tip 10 - Discipline and dedication Like anything in life, to be successful you have to fucking work at it. Easy money never lasts. Dig in, learn, practice, rinse and repeat. Be motivated to learn how to invest, take the time to study, read, test and constantly improve. Be disciplined with your money. It’s fucking hard to make, easy to lose. Protect that shit. For those of you this resonates with, you’ll be fine long term. Do the fucking work. For those of you who love chasing the fantasy, good luck, I mean it. It’s a tough fucking pill to swallow watching your account get dwindled down to zero. Nothing tastes worse that losing all your money. Peace.   submitted by   /u/ac34842 [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-01 18:02:1627.22 27.00 -1.67%
VALU 2020-12-01 19:00:57First Republic Bank's Valuation Is Tenuous Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 19:02:1927.66 27.00 -1.75%
VALU 2020-12-01 20:02:2127.84 26.80 -1.78%
VALU 2020-12-01 20:50:32Airbnb aims for $35 billion valuation in long-awaited IPO Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 20:53:13OFS Capital: 10% Yield, Trading Below Fair Value, With Insider Buying Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 21:02:2127.84 27.00 -1.78%
VALU 2020-12-01 21:19:35Nio stock gets upgrade at Goldman Sachs ‘In hindsight, we underestimated’ Nio, Goldman Sachs says Goldman Sachs analysts flipped their stance on Nio Inc., saying that in hindsight they underestimated the benefits that the Chinese electric-vehicle maker would get from breakthroughs such as its battery-swap idea. The analysts, led by Fei Fang, upgraded Nio’s NIO stock to the equivalent of hold, from sell, saying in a note Tuesday that when they tacked on their sell rating in July they did so on valuation. They believed that “the share price at the time reflected over-optimism given no substantial changes to volume/profit expectations.” What’s changed? Mostly, Nio unveiled its battery-as-a-service program, expanding its market. Most households in China lack conditions to install private chargers, especially outside of main cities, Goldman said. The analysts also upped their 12-month target price on Nio’s American depositary receipts to $59.00 from $7.70. Nio launched its battery-as-a-service program in August; service users purchase a Nio car without the battery, “making it more price competitive against existing powertrains, while also providing the flexibility to change battery capacity depending on their needs,” the Goldman analysts said. Existing public charging stalls are often busy, but within “10 minutes, Nio car owners can swap their depleted battery with a fully charged one, which is much more time efficient than the fast charger stall that requires around 2.5 hours.” “In addition, (battery-as-a-service) also represents a systematic solution to the long-existing challenges for EV penetration, including battery degradation, battery upgradability, and lower resale value,” they said. Nio’s ADRs have gained nearly 1,100% this year, compared with gains around 13% for the S&P 500 index. SPX The average rating on Nio of the 13 analysts polled by FactSet is the equivalent of buy, and the average price target on the ADRs is $42.18, representing an 11% downside from Tuesday’s prices. Source   submitted by   /u/Brothanogood [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 21:27:35DRDGold: The Roodepoort Rocket Looks Undervalued Once Again Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 21:54:30K+S: 60-125% Valuation Gap To Close Soon Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 21:58:00The Ratings Game: Burlington Stores, which doesn’t sell online, says it will gain as stores shutter and customers look for value Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 22:02:2027.83 27.10 -1.78%
VALU 2020-12-01 22:53:34Hard Seltzer Market Made Boston Beer Company A Big 2020 Winner, But Relative Valuation Suggests Downside Highlight
VALU 2020-12-01 23:02:2027.84 27.00 -1.20%
VALU 2020-12-02 00:10:05Vipshop Holdings: Undervalued Player In Chinese E-Commerce, But Unlikely To Outcompete Its Peers Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 01:08:5627.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 02:02:1627.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 03:02:1727.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 03:06:34What happens to my slack shares now? I [unfortantely] bought slack around their IPO and DCA’d down to an average of $29 per share. I have 55 shares currently and I am wondering what will happen after the Salesforce acquisition is complete. Do my WORK shares get converted to CRM shares of equivalent value (~10 shares of CRM)? Also I noticed the current valuation of Slack at market close is 25billion, however Salesforce is buying them for 27.7 billion. Does this mean I should expect an additional 10-12% return?   submitted by   /u/SqueakyPablo94 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 04:02:1827.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 05:01:16Methanex: Positive Story Is Priced In As Cyclical Valuations Have Recovered Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 05:02:1927.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 06:02:1727.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 06:43:38Most Valuable Companies by Decade 2000: Microsoft General Electric NTT DoCoMo Cisco Walmart Intel Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Exxon Mobil Lucent Deutsche Telecom 2010: Petro China Exxon Mobil Microsoft ICBC Walmart China Construction Bank BHP Billiton HSBC Petrobras Apple 2020: Saudi Aramco Microsoft Apple Amazon Alphabet Facebook Alibaba Group Tencent Berkshire Hathaway Johnson & Johnson What do you think the top 10 will look like in 2030?   submitted by   /u/rgpace5 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 06:46:04Bio-Rad Laboratories And Its Real Value Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 07:02:1827.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 08:02:1727.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 09:02:1727.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 10:02:2127.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 11:02:2027.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 12:02:2227.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 12:18:32The Millbrook Expansion Creates Appreciable Value For Shareholders Of Global Self Storage Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 13:02:2127.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 13:13:42Herman Miller: Undervalued With A Reinstated Dividend Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 13:21:29The Value Gap: Ariel Investments’ John Rogers Jr. pushes corporate boards to have their own ‘Jackie Robinson moment’ Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 14:02:2227.65 26.00 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 15:00:14Life Storage: Undervalued Self-Storage REIT With A Growing 3.8% Yield Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 15:02:22199999.99 0.01 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 16:02:2240.89 26.20 -1.16%
VALU 2020-12-02 16:31:25Taking out Profits and Exit Strategies, a short story (and perhaps some advice) ​ In the late 90's we had a similar Tech/Digital stock rally. Back then it was web page development and internet providers, now it's electric vehicles and big data. "Stonks" were only going up, up and up. You heard things like - Dude, its a new economy, this is the new normal. This is the future, you can't use old models to define value. Die all boomers and burn traditional stocks (ok I might be exaggerating on this one) ​ Anyway, I was a finance major at a prominent university in London, UK. I was destined for greatness (and an trainee spot at Deutche Bank's analyst desk). My friend - let's call him Eli, because his name was actually Eli - was a stock genius. Everybody is a genious in a bull market, put some money in to a company in IT and bam! You had LOL GAINS. Eli was good for about 350kUSD at one point. Or I should say, 350kUSD nominal value in stocks. Because, its not money until you sell. Eli learned the hard way. ​ The "dip" came. Eli thought "stonks only go up" I'm gonna "buy the dip". Eli bought and bought, he also had a debt position of about 25% of his portfolio. This increased to 50%. The bank called, Hey Eli - that collateral isn't so hot anymore, pay up dude. Eli paid up. One year later he had -13kUSD on his account for accrued interest rates and trading fees. ​ So what's there to learn. Well, depends on how risk averse you are, but I see a lot of new investors that ask about when and how to take home profits. There is no rule or best practice, but here's at least an idea that I'm using myself. ​ I don't let a stock grow beyond 20% of my portolio, if it does I automatically start scaling back profits I always keep a 10-15% cash position so I can take advantage on dips or other opportunities. This money has had a ridicoulus payback over the years. For every 20% growth I take home 20% of the profit, no matter what. For crazy rockets I might take home more, say half the profit of every 20% growth. ​ So what do I do with my profits? Well, I do two things. ​ I reinvest them in to other stocks, so I make sure I have a short list of alternatives at all times I put them in the cash position so I can be opportunistic (but still max 15%) I buy my wife or kids presents, I pay off mortgate, I get a nice Rolex or refurbish the house. Its money. I have money so I can spend it, use it. ​ Moral of the story. Make money, you probably won't see another opportunity like the one of the past 6 months. Its not coming back for a while. Don't step out of the market, pick your stocks wisely, keep some cash to pounce on some disappointing Q4's and remember its not money until you sell.   submitted by   /u/mcjanzton [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-02 16:51:48BABA represents the best value in Tech right now. Compared to AAPL, MSFT, AMZN, TSLA, SNOW and many other Tech powerhouses BABA stands out as the only one with a price that indicates value today. I see the ANT IPO delay as a great opportunity to build a position in BABA. I see the regulatory and audit barriers ahead being dealt with professionally and cogently and the world in general moving away from the 'us and them' mentality that pervaded the last few years. Chinese consumerism will rocket post COVID and online activity across all of their verticals will increase significantly as the world re-opens for business. I forecast 25% upside in 12 months and I expect today's investors to have doubled their money by 2025. I'm interested in contrarian viewpoints as I can't seem to persuade myself that they are anything other than a great investment right now.   submitted by   /u/johnnybudge [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 16:59:00In One Chart: Stock-market values reached levels seen on the eve of 1929 crash by one measure Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 17:02:2527.67 27.00 -0.59%
VALU 2020-12-02 17:12:37Adobe: Strong Cash Flows, Highly Recurring Revenues And Cheap Valuation Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 18:02:1927.08 26.75 0.33%
VALU 2020-12-02 18:21:32Target Is On Fire And Still Undervalued Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 18:27:03Best And Worst Q4 2020: Large Cap Value ETFs And Mutual Funds Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 18:40:27PLTR Fellow Shareholders: Chill! Read Warrren Buffet's Tips and Go Outside and Take a Walk: “Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful.” Doing nothing today might be boring, but it is the thing to do. 1. Invest in what you know…and nothing more. 2. Never compromise on business quality 3. When you buy a stock, plan to hold it forever 4. Diversification can be dangerous 5. Most news is noise, not news 6. Investing isn’t rocket science, but there is no “Easy Button” 7. Know the difference between price and value 8. The best moves are usually boring 9. Low-cost index funds are sensible for most investors 10. Only listen to those you know and trust   submitted by   /u/folkwoodswest [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-02 19:02:2227.67 27.00 -0.77%
VALU 2020-12-02 20:00:56SoftBank: Undervalued And With Better Returns Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 20:02:2227.53 26.95 -0.74%
VALU 2020-12-02 20:23:15Is there any specific reason why CRSR is down 15% atm? It's been super volatile this week so I'm assuming that it's because of just day trades, but a 15% drop is nothing to ignore. Did some major company news come out that I'm missing? It has still soared a ton since it's IPO date, but these past few days its been met with a painful drawback. It seems like these past few days of red are because of the fact that it was overvalued and overhyped before, but I feel like there is something that I am not aware of. ​ As for my position in the company, I only have 8 shares that I bought at $24, but I will probably buy more for long term holdings in the next 6 months or so.   submitted by   /u/AddisonianCorp [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 20:28:47Dow Cuts Losses as Value Stocks Ride Vaccine News Higher Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 21:02:2427.64 26.95 0.33%
VALU 2020-12-02 21:51:00Midas Gold: A Look At The Valuation After The Advance Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 22:02:2227.55 27.10 1.18%
VALU 2020-12-02 22:26:23A Reminder For Everyone Trading/investing is not a get rich quick scheme. Buying on solely what you hear without doing any research into sales, future growth, PE ratio, etc is bound to get you losses. You won't have gains every day. If you fold at the drop of a hat, then the stock market isn't for you. There will be bad days, but it's up to you as an investor to understand that timing the market is dang near impossible. You need to start thinking long-term if you haven't been doing so already. If you're expecting +50% gains, you're lost dude. This isn't r/wallstreetbets so stop saying "yolo" and throwing all your money into companies that you're only buying because other people are talking about it. After all, "most news is noise; not news." Remember why you're here. Throwing your money into meme stocks is a good way to end up broke. Don't forget that we're still in the midst of a pandemic in a country whose people turned mask-wearing into a political issue. The possibility that we undergo another lockdown isn't outlandish. Do research. Read, for crying out loud. Look at earnings reports. Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Slow and steady money is much better than losses, so act like it. I'm honestly disappointed in how some of you guys have been acting. It's those kinds of people that keep working 24/7 and hoarding everything in their bank accounts while their money loses value due to inflation. Be responsible. This is the stock market; not a casino   submitted by   /u/lethargic_apathy [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-02 23:02:2127.54 26.95 1.33%
VALU 2020-12-02 23:07:19All Weather Dividends: 10 Value Buys And 5 Overvalued Sells To End 2020 Highlight
VALU 2020-12-02 23:14:06Why I am bullish on $TSLA long-term. Personal bias: I was swing trading $TSLA since early this year with small-sized profits, but always exited positions because I believed it was overvalued. Finally decided to invest in a long position a few weeks before the split after really doing some DD and research on the company. I'm in my late 20s, and anticipate investing in $TSLA for the next 20+ years. I own 13 shares with an average share price of $428. I have been DCA'ing periodically on top of buying bits anytime it dips 6% or more. I know these are rookie ass numbers and some of y'all have been invested way longer. I just wanted to share my thoughts on $TSLA long term! Why I am extremely bullish: I studied engineering in college like Musk (actually he was in physics, but in a related, relevant field) and the concept of ethics + morality is emphasized & deemed imperative throughout engineering + physics classes / seminars / programs. I kinda obsessed over Musk this past year to try and understand his persona and character and thought-process and watched any interview I could find online, read his articles, watched live events, read reviews from past/current employees. It was pretty evident that this guy is interested in bettering the world (reducing emissions, decreasing dependence on foreign oil & drilling, self-sustainability in homes, and more). From what I gathered, he genuinely believes in Tesla's mission statement and most importantly, is confident in delivering. Perhaps this is too anecdotal and emotional to have any real bearing, but I am bullish on companies motivated by the bigger picture (in this case energy). He has largely been focused on growth over profit, and this is the only correct approach IMO to running a company that is tasked with introducing ground-breaking, societal-changing, futuristic technology to the world. Here are some of Tesla's major costs: Training a neural network to read the road like a human takes an extraordinary amount of resources. You want the AI to have seen every damn inch of the Earth so it has exposure to different variabilities while driving and makes the safe, correct maneuver. Another is investing in producing in-house batteries. Another is upgrading its facilities to better streamline production and increase efficiency. Another is expanding its facilities themselves across the world like Germany for example and then domestically like the giga in Texas. Another is solar technology. None of this stuff is profitable right now. No one is paying Tesla for its efforts in optimizing the AI or for any of its other endeavors I just mentioned. They have a 35K car (model 3) to get an EV out there many can afford and thus build a reputation in the public of a working model..... its not to earn profits. Tesla is focusing on solidifying its foundations now so that it can be profitable in the (increasingly near) future. Let's talk about the super high P/E value for $TSLA stock. Stock price keeps rising, but earnings stay low. This is the primary metric used by the $TSLA bears suggesting the stock is overvalued and in a bubble that's about to burst. But if you agree with the points I made in #2 above, you can understand why the profits are low. $AMZN had a period with a P/E of 1000+. In the ensuing years, though, its P/E came back down to more normal levels, but the stock price kept rising. Why? Because their earnings started to increase. And this is why it takes a believer and due diligence to invest in this stock. Do you understand why Tesla is focusing on growth over profits right now? Do you believe that it can overcome challenges to produce a dope product (and service)? If you say no - then you are fine to think the P/E ratio is too damn high and you should not invest long term. But if you do your research, agree with their approach, and believe that Tesla is going to become a highly profitable company, then who fucking cares about the P/E ratio! Earnings will come and the P/E value will become averaged and normal while price will also increase. There's the mandate to cease ICE vehicle production by 2030-2035. It's a (largely) global mandate and so when that time comes, you're going to have to buy an EV. Which guy do you think will have the most refined product? GM, Porshe, Volkswagen? Or Tesla, that has solely focused on EV for its lifespan? Do you believe other companies can just magically catch-up and be on par with Tesla experience-wise? Keep in mind that many auto companies are being forced into EV. Watch some (not so) old videos of GM mechanics & engineers who proudly tout their gas-operated ICEs and mock EVs like its some ridiculous technology. Can you really believe that despite all these disadvantages, these same guys can produce a product superior to Tesla? Do you feel comfortable trusting a product with significantly lesser testing time than one who has been at it for years longer? Autonomous driving. I keep reading that all the auto dealers can easily "catch-up to the new EV technology" to be on par with Tesla's EV (which btw doesn't really make sense to me). But for fun let's say that somehow it happened. Autonomous FSD needs to be tested thoroughly to be deemed safe for public use. Won't that take years of trial and error and testing and more beta testing and changes and recalls and delays? Like many of you, I've watched the FSD beta videos for Tesla street driving AI. It is nothing short of incredible. Yes of-course there are problems, though, and they are being worked on. This is all a normal R&D procedure for FSD that any car dealer must complete before releasing to the public. How in the world can they catch-up so quickly then? As we have heard from the bulls (maybe too many times...), Tesla isn't just a car company. Its mission is to reduce emissions, increase self-sustainability (with solar panels for homes, cars), and revolutionize the electric grid with distributing solar power. Also they sell these really comfy ass shorts. Does GM sell comfy shorts? I'll wait. Things that make me doubt Tesla: (this one is simply conjecture, not fact-based). A reduction in enthusiasm / effort towards Tesla from Elon Musk due to having to manage all of his other endeavors. If SpaceX, Starlink go public causing his workload to multiply, can we still expect Tesla leadership to run the company with the same drive and motivation? I keep reading stories and reviews of Tesla cars that need to go in for repairs shorty after being purchased. Seat issues, door issues, tires falling out. My neighbor bought a Model Y and said he had to take it back the first week because there was problems with the seat not moving or something. He did say that after the repair, the car has been perfect and he'll never go back to an ICE. Still, pretty concerning that so much random shit seems to happen right outta the box. Even if they become the sole clear-cut leader in EV auto vehicles (2030), can we justify a market cap that compares to $AMZN or $GOOG or $MSFT or $AAPL? What if they also became the primary all-purpose electric energy solution for residence / commercial sectors? In summary, I totally understand the doubts and uncertainties that many people have with buying $TSLA stock, and even Tesla cars. Many investors see the P/E value and call it inflated / in a bubble. Folks, this is futuristic, groundbreaking and developing technology. Perhaps, just maybe, there are other metrics to gauge a stock then? I recommend reading Tesla's engineering news, not just financial reports, to gain a clearer picture. Due to some of Musk's social media antics, the stock has become a meme stock / robinhooders joke stock (lol). All this time that Tesla invests into its growth and R&D (instead of profits), will pave the way for it to produce a leading, refined product in the EV sector. And yes, I did read Elon's email about profits earlier today. Please share your thoughts. Thank you for reading.   submitted by   /u/cheechuu [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-03 01:08:1528.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 01:56:37Roblox acquires Imbellus assets ahead of IPO (Reuters) - Roblox Corp said on Tuesday it had acquired the intellectual property assets of cognitive assessment start-up Imbellus to sharpen the U.S. online gaming platform's recruitment practices before a planned initial public offering (IPO). Imbellus, based in Los Angeles, develops simulation-based tests that measure human thought processes. The company, which was valued at $57.5 million in a 2018 private fundraising round, has talked publicly about its application as a substitute for standardized U.S. tests such as the SAT college entrance exam. "We are creating a new team within Roblox, led by Imbellus' visionary founder Rebecca Kantar to build a system on Roblox for fair and objective assessments that will help us broaden our sources of potential talent from more diverse backgrounds," a Roblox spokesman said in an emailed statement. Roblox's platform offers users a host of different games across mobile devices and games consoles. The San Mateo, California-based company has filed to go public through an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange which could come later this year. (Reporting by Joshua Franklin in Miami and Anirban Sen in Bangalore; Editing by Tom Brown) Source   submitted by   /u/Brothanogood [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 02:02:1628.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 03:02:2028.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 03:51:24ARKK ETF vs me trying to be good at stocks? I just started 3 months ago, its been fun and stressful. My question is, what if any value do I add over just throwing money into ARKK every month. I can't say what my year will be. I have done well on some things and lost on others. ​ ARKK Me 1 week +2.4% -5% 1 month +21% +21% 3 months +20% +24% 1 year +123% NA   submitted by   /u/relegatedreddit [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-03 04:02:2028.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 05:02:2228.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 05:04:13$BIG Value Fundamental Analysis DD Hey r/stocks! Interrupting your regularly scheduled PLTR, NIO, TSLA, CRSR, & GME meme posts to talk about the next BIG thing. That's right I'm talking Big Lots, Inc.($BIG). This is my first time posting a detailed look at a company any notes and criticism are appreciated. Let's face it 2020 left fundamentals and value investing in the dust, but with their earnings being announced this Friday, maybe what your portfolio needs is a pure value investment so here is my DD on Big Lots. They have been undergoing the greatest COVID-19 comeback story that you never heard of, growing sales 31% QoQ and earnings per share 61% but lets focus on the basics. First let's look at the basic Metrics and Ratios: Share Price $52.60 Market Cap 2.05B Sales(12 months) 5.86B Income(12 months) 722.00M Price/Earnings(P/E) 2.88 Price/Sales(P/S) 0.35 Profit Margin 12.30% No that's not a typo! Big Lots which is already up 250% since March low is still trading at a ridiculously low PE of 2.88 But u/taiwansteez PE iSnT EvErYtHiNg!! They must have terrible cash flows and a lot of debt right? WRONG!! They have $0.00 current debt and only $43M long term debt. In the 26 week period from 2/1/20 to 8/1/20 they generated $845M* in Free Cash Flow while paying off $236M long term debt and a $24M dividends(10-Q Statement of Cash Flows). Ending the quarter sitting on $898.56M cash on hand. (*$587M was from the sale their Rancho Cucamonga fulfillment and distribution center) Price/Free Cash Flow(P/FCF) 4.77 Debt/Equity 0.00 Long term Debt/Equity 0.03 Price/Cash (P/C) 2.28 Hol' up. wait. Did you say dividend? Damn straight $24M aka 2.29% yield for my boomers. So what happened? How did they go from losing money in 2019 to 12% profit margins in less than a year? Answer: COVID 19 baby. Like all consumer defensive discount stores Big Lots does well in an economic downturn because people emphasize saving money. Big Lots was late to the ecommerce game and only started focusing on ecommerce and updating their fulfillment centers last year 2019 which is a big part of why they've performed so poorly in the last few years. But with the acceleration online shopping due to the pandemic, they got lucky to have the infrastructure in place to capitalize. The result? 31% same stores sales growth and 61% earnings growth. In conclusion: BIG value. Strong cash flow, virtually no debt, growing same store sales, solid dividend, very undervalued. If you've made it this far and still think this is a value trap let's compare these numbers to their competitors in the discount stores segment. We will be looking at Dollar General(DG), Dollar Tree(DLTR), BJ's Wholesale Club(BJ), Ollie's Bargain Outlet(OLLI), Pricesmart(PSMT), Target(TGT), Walmart(WMT), and Costco(COST). ​ Market Cap Big Lots Inc $BIG Dollar General $DG Dollar Tree $DLTR BJ's Wholesale Club $BJ Ollie's Bargain Outlet $OLLI Pricesmart $PSMT Target $TGT Costco $COST Walmart $WMT Averages P/E 2.88 23.63 27.60 15.02 27.14 32.38 23.38 42.54 21.73 24.03 P/S 0.35 1.72 1.07 0.37 3.44 0.76 1.00 1.01 0.78 1.16 P/FCF 4.77 19.57 10.31 7.52 23.11 16.98 14.65 36.95 34.45 18.70 P/C 2.28 18.22 23.87 119.19 18.34 7.28 14.74 12.70 25.27 26.87 Dividend 2.29% 0.66% none none none 0.85% 1.54% 0.73% 1.44% 0.83% Profit Margin 12.3% 7.5% 3.8% 2.5% 12.9% 2.3% 4.3% 2.4% 2.7% 5.63% Sales Growth QoQ 31.3% 24.4% 28.8% 15.6% 58.5% 1.2% 21.3% 12.4% 5.6% 22.1% As you can see $BIG is almost criminally undervalued, beating every single company in all but two metrics , still significantly below the industry average. So low in fact that to be perfectly honest I have no idea why this stock is so cheap. My guess would be because A) it's a relatively small and obscure company so not many investors have it on their radar. B) It has already performed so well 85% YTD, 250% since March beating every company on this list, so now investors that do have it on their radar are waiting for this Friday's earnings to see if they keep the same momentum This Friday's earnings will be a very BIG deal, if WMT, TGT, FIVE are any indicators I think they will post big numbers and the stock will start to take off once again. From a valuation standpoint alone they should be at least a $10B company. Disclosure: I am holding 250 shares as well as 12/18 60C, & 12/18 62.50C. Be careful if you choose to go with options because IV is already up a lot in anticipation of earnings and the overall volume is very low.   submitted by   /u/taiwansteez [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-03 06:02:2028.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 07:02:1828.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 08:02:1728.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 09:02:1828.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 09:26:14Shorting TSLA I want to short TSLA, but I’m concerned about their S&P 500 inclusion (18th/21st). What I’ve read it seems to being suggested that the stock will get around a 20% bump due to money managers having to buy the stock. This is based on 100 billion in stock buys/TSLA being valued at 500 billion. I have two questions. Firstly, is my math right or am I being dense? Two, if you were in my shoes would you hold my position (bought short at 600) or duck out till after the inclusion? Thanks in advance.   submitted by   /u/AuthorAdamOC [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 10:02:2428.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 10:41:16Hypervaluation And The Option Value Of Cash
VALU 2020-12-03 11:02:2028.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 11:52:56Could We Soon See The Start Of A New Value Cycle? Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 12:02:2128.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 12:36:12SPWH - Deeply Undervalued Introduction: SPWH - Sportsman's Warehouse Holdings, Inc. is an outdoor sporting goods retailer. Its stores offer camping, fishing products, and hunting and shooting products. The earnings was announced yesterday and they were phenomenal. Their Q3 quarterly sales = 1/2 entire market Cap! This one is undervalued by a lot! The company made a gross profit of $334 million in last 3 quarters and trading at a market cap of $600 mn. It's insanely undervalued. Last 12 months revenue was more than that of SNOW ($1.2-$1.3 B) , yes, you heard it right. The same store sales and e-commerce sales are through the roof and this trend will continue as people continue to spend outdoors, guns, shooting and camping. Financials: 88% YTD to $14.3 Q3'20 YOY Rev=$1B📈62%🔥 > demand from hunting/shooting P/L=$62M Same Stores Sales📈44% E-commerce sales📈218% or 10% of Q3'20 YTD sales Loyalty Prog=2.6M *Hunting participation📈122% in Michigan FY'20 Outlook Rev=$1.4B📈58% EBITDA=$146M Opportunity: They had a fantastic November, (up 70% as confirmed in yesterday's conference call), due to Biden win (more gun sales) and Black Friday. December and January will continue the robust trend due to holidays and unused vacation. Q4 for sure and first half of next year, the trend is gonna continue. Deal: Trading at 0.5 Price to Sales, Less than 10 PE, this is the stock value investors advised us to buy. There's a plenty of upside in next few days with a margin of safety   submitted by   /u/sglah [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-03 13:02:2128.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 14:01:00: Janet Yellen has the skills and values to build a shared prosperity Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 14:02:2028.12 26.70 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 15:02:2128.50 0.01 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 15:16:24December 2020 Undervaluations - Materials, Communications, And Consumer Goods Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 15:34:31Sysco: Time To Take Profits? Highly Valued And A 'Hold' Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 15:38:25CROWDSTRIKE | OKTA | SNOWFLAKE | CHINA STOCKS ON THE WATCH | FAANG STOCKS & STOCK MARKET NEWS [12-03] Snowflake flops on earnings, while CrowdStrike and Okta spike, Will Chinese companies get delisted from the US? Let’s talk about what happened yesterday in the stock market Hey everyone! So, let’s start with the recap of yesterday as we saw both the DOW JONES and the SP500 up about 0,2% with the SP closing at a new record high while the NASDAQ COMPOSITE trailed and finished just below the previous close, down only 0,05%. We did see a spike in the VIX of almost 2% as this was quite a volatile day with the market dropping at the open before regaining traction in the middle of the trading day. We saw a relatively even market yesterday as 56% of companies were advancing on below average volume as most of the companies continue to trade well above the moving averages. The leading sectors yesterday were Energy and Financials with Materials and Real Estate lagging the market as Small and Large Cap value plays kept the market positive with companies like Boeing being up more than 5% for the day after good news on multiple fronts like Ryanair probably acquiring new planes and the first flights made with the new 737 by American. STOCK MARKET CHART Here is a complete HEAT MAP from yesterday as we saw an even market as I said earlier, with Salesforce being the only big looser in big caps as the stock continued to dive after the Slack news. I think this was a great opportunity to buy the stock in a dip as I doubled my portfolio value on the company from 1,5% to 3% of my portfolio while also getting in more on Boeing, Apple, Netflix and a couple of other companies. We also got the AAII investor sentiment survey yesterday as the percentage of bulls has increased constantly in the last month. This is usually a very bad sign for the stock market as corrections, consolidations or even crashes occur when people tend be over-bullish. I don’t think this will be the case at least for a couple of weeks, though I think we are poised for a small market correction in the near future before moving on even higher. Here is the most interesting economic data that will be released today as we get new jobless claims as well as services PMI and ISM. I expect the jobless claims to continue to get worse sadly for the next couple of weeks at least until the vaccine starts to get distributed with ADP November jobs numbers coming in yesterday shy of forecasts and at the lowest level since July, this is not great news for the jobless claims that will pop up early today. CALENDAR Great news came in this morning as the US is expected to have capability to immunize at least 100 million people by the end of February, that is great news, as specialist believe a herd immunity can be reached if there are about 60-80% of people either immunized or have already developed natural antibodies. We also have a couple of interesting earnings scheduled for Today, as I expect Kroger to beat the estimates, though I didn’t get any action on this, I did get some action on Marvell as I bought the stock about a week ago. While I expected Dollar General to do alright and I think we might see some disappointment in DocuSign just like I thought we would see bad reaction to great earnings with Zoom. [Later Edit: -Dollar General reported a beat on top & bottom line but did not offer guidance and the shares of the company have pulled back in pre-market trading 1,6% -Kroger beats EPS by 0,05$ but misses on revenue by $310M, shares down 4% pre-market] Alongside Marvell which I expect to beat the estimates of 25cents per share and also beat on revenue, I also bought Okta which released earnings yesterday and crushed expectations as recurring subscription revenue grew by more than 40% year over year as well as big increases in operating margins, billings and customers. This led the stock to spike 8% after hours as I will make a good profit on the investment and may even consider holding this position for the long term in the company. Also, one other staple company from my portfolio, CrowdStrike released earnings yesterday and delivered great results as the annual recurring revenue has grown more than 80% year over year while adding over 11hundred new subscriptions this quarter while also improving gross margins by 2%. The company also gave guidance for next quarter way over analyst expectations as that made the stock soar 13% The only big disappointment from earnings released yesterday was SNOWFLAKE as they have suffered the same way as Palantir in the first earnings report as analysts were expecting even bigger numbers after the huge rally the stock has had since the IPO. One Morgan Stanley analyst said that they needed to deliver around a 140% growth of revenue to make a good impact on the stock as the company’s revenue only grew up 102%. If it continues to drop it might find the way to a good entry point, but for the moment I believe this price is to high for the company. We also got news yesterday as the House passed the billt hat allows Chinese companies to be delisted if they do not comply with new auditing rules, as this measure is expected to by signed fast by Trump. I think this is good news for investors in the long-run as I don’t believe big companies like Alibaba will suffer from this, with BABA being audited by established PWC Hong Kong auditors, though this might be a bigger problem for smaller companies that are not able to follow the rules. I still believe Alibaba is a great company to buy at this price point as the company has dropped due to bad news developments in the last 2 months, but I think has a lot of room to go higher, even testing the previous highs of 319$ and surpassing them, especially with this holiday season having great sales numbers. This news combined with the recent upgrade at Goldman was music to the ears of Tesla investors as the stock rose almost 3% after hours and erased the daily losses. Other news came as the House is expected to vote on the MORE ACT, though this will be surely blocked in the Senate, this is still good news for the cannabis sector as states will likely legalize this way before we can a national bill. While Palantir dropped big yesterday after Morgan Stanley warned for a negative-risk reward in the stock as the stock has dropped more than 20% in the last 5 trading days, I sold out of my position on Palantir for a 40% profit recently but I may get back in if the price starts to make more sense. So, with the latest developments, I believe investors should not forget about the FAANG stocks that have brought us back from the depths of the March lows. FACEBOOK still gives small business that will be back when the economy returns the best bang for the buck in advertising, especially with the great platform that Instagram has become. While APPLE seems to be doing very well with the iPhone 12 sales and the new 5G cycle while also growing the services business very fast, that will bring them more and more steady cash flows for the company. Despite missing the latest sub numbers, NETFLIX, is still producing a lot of great content, has the most subs and the most content available for streaming and I believe they will remain the best in business alongside with Disney+ What can you say about AMAZON as they are a death star for every sector they get in… E-commerce is here to stay, and Amazon still has huge room for growth especially in Europe and Asia. While GOOGLE was the laggard for most of the year, with travel & entertainment returning to advertising, this will be very good for the company, as travel is the biggest advertiser usually. This companies will remain great owns for the long run, even if they underperform now, which I don’t expect, in the long-run this will remain some of the biggest winners in this new economy. And don’t forget December is usually a great month for stocks as people tend to not take profits on capital gains at the end of the year, so it is likely that people will keep the winners while also receiving a boost from the stock market Santa Claus effect. Thank you everyone for reading! Hope you enjoyed the content! Be sure to leave a comment down below with your opinion on the stock market! Have a great day and see you next time!   submitted by   /u/0toHeroInvesting [link]   [comments]
VALU 2020-12-03 16:02:2228.50 26.00 0.04%
VALU 2020-12-03 16:12:01The Lack Of Value Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 17:02:2128.02 26.80 -0.19%
VALU 2020-12-03 17:55:40StoneX Group: A Game-Changing Acquisition Makes Its Valuation Even More Discounted Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 18:02:2227.72 26.94 1.59%
VALU 2020-12-03 18:32:03iShares S&P 500 Value ETF: A Sub-Optimal Option To Exploit The Value Comeback Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 19:02:2127.66 26.94 0.07%
VALU 2020-12-03 19:42:10If BABA, NIO, XPEV (Chinese stocks) are delisted, what will happen to the stock prices for US investors? I own a lot in leaps on BABA and also some in NIO. The house yesterday passed the bill yesterday that the Chinese companies will have to, like all other foreign companies, have to comply with auditing regulations which involves working directly with the Chinese officials in China (much more access than what we have now). (Even though it hurts my wallet, I definitely agree with the legislation). Right now we own ADRs [ "An ADR is a stock that trades in the U.S. but represents a specified number of shares in a foreign corporation. ADRs are bought and sold on American stock markets just like regular stocks, and are issued/sponsored by a U.S. by a bank or brokerage."] Let's say the Chinese government *doesn't* comply (which is what I believe because this would be something they'd do). Thus, in 3 years the stocks which we own we'd have to move over to a foreign exchange (Hong Kong or London I'm guessing) if we still wanted to keep them. Remember this isn't a decision companies can make. The Chinese government will *have* to comply. So the CEOs of these companies can do all they want to try and make themselves compliant but it won't matter if the Chinese government doesn't comply so the possibility of delisting is very real. My questions are three-fold: Would the fact that US investors can no longer buy these ADRs mean the price of BABA (and other Chinese companies) tank? Or does the supply and demand of US investors not affect the price of the stock at all since this is basically just tied to a foreign stock and the relative supply and demand of US investors is irrelevant? As a related question, the market cap of BABA right now is 800B. Is this market cap of 800B from both the stock on the Chinese exchange PLUS the market cap from US investors? Or is this *solely* the market cap on its foreign exchange? In other words, if I buy 10 million shares of the stock at market price on TD Ameritrade in the US, would this even have any effect on the stock price I'm seeing at all? How would owning leaps work out if the stock were to become delisted? Would I have to exercise them and then transfer over? Are the options solely dependent on the supply and demand of US investors or are these like ADR's of the options on another exchange? Let's say a leap I own still had an extrinsic value of $3000 on it. The next day it's announced the stock will become delisted (let's pretend they could announce it and delist it the next day). Would this mean my leaps would become worthless almost instantly because there would be no investors willing to buy that remaining extrinsic value? The reason this is so important is because if it's the case US investors have no impact on the stock price itself, then I still remain bullish on these stocks since nothing has changed with the company fundamentally. If however US investors no longer being able to buy the ADR does have an effect on the price, then I want to sell everything because no one wants to own a stock that could potentially die a few years later. ​   submitted by   /u/debussyxx [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 20:02:2127.61 27.30 0.07%
VALU 2020-12-03 20:30:36EchoStar Corporation: Fairly Valued Broadband Satellite Play Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 21:02:2027.61 27.30 1.22%
VALU 2020-12-03 21:10:30Successful Value Investing Changes Drastically In 2020 Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 21:19:07Value stocks so underrated they’ve become growth stocks Not much else to add. My value turn around plays have been up 50% in the last 4 months and I’m wondering why people are talking about stocks such as WYNN,MGM Air Canada etc all skyrocketing in value Jesus Christ even Canadian bank stocks have been soaring and you would think it’s the ceiling but I’m consistently waking up to 3-4% days and people are still hooked on PLTR and shit. Like I get it I’m invested in riskier plays like VRYYF and planet 13 but I’m getting the same gains atm from these relatively safer long term value bets because every investor that actually looks into the market is realizing where it’s heading. To summarize recovery stocks are doing better then growth stocks at the moment, who knows if it will continue but people should research into the value plays long term because some of them are positioned for very good long term success.   submitted by   /u/thejokersjoker [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 21:39:55Canadian Gold Juniors' Valuations: Q4 2020 Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 22:02:2127.61 27.50 2.78%
VALU 2020-12-03 22:25:33XPO Logistics ( XPO ) XPO is a logistics and transportation company. I discovered them after receiving an ikea furniture delivery from them. Their automated system coordinates delivery by text message very smoothly. Employees were quick and efficient. I was impressed. XPO has been trending up with big buy volume spikes, looks like it is being accumulated. Today XPO bullishly broke out over a significant trend line with high volume, and at the same time bullishly broke out over old resistance (2018) to all time highs. There is a catalyst for today’s jump, XPO just announced they are spinning off their Logistics segment into a separate publicly traded company to unlock value. The analysts love it, 5 analysts just upgraded price targets. Also there is a favourable article in Barron’s today. This stock is buyable right now, I took my position today (long shares). It’s a coordinated double whammy of technicals and this news catalyst. Barrons article: XPO Is Splitting in Two. The CEO Explains Why That Will Be Good for the Stock. -- 2020-12-03, 11:54 AM Stock in XPO Logistics was rising Thursday after the company announced plans to split in two. CEO Bradley Jacobs thinks that will create even more value for shareholders. Based on peer valuations, it looks as if he has a point. And shares could rise further as investors start valuing the company as two stand-alone entities. XPO (ticker: XPO) will create one company dedicated to outsourced warehousing -- a business it calls contract logistics. The other company will be dedicated to truck brokerage and less-than-truckload shipping. Less than truckload, or LTL, refers to trucks that aren't always full and carry freight shorter distances. Old Dominion Freight Line (ODFL) is a large pure-play LTL stock. XPO's truck brokerage competes with the likes of C.H. Robinson Worldwide (CHRW). That business arranges shipping for smaller customers, aggregating loads and matching them with trucking fleets. Any brokerage business, essentially, matches buyers and sellers. XPO's contract logistics includes about 800 warehouses the company runs for customers. That business, according to Jacobs, is booming as e-commerce volumes explode. "There are secular tailwinds," he said. Large customers are accelerating logistics outsourcing as e-commerce volumes explode. What's more, factory automation is driving down the costs for players such as XPO. "You go to our warehouses, you see a lot of robots." XPO started looking at strategic alternatives back in January. "Our [ valuation] multiple was too low," Jacobs said in an interview. "You can't fight the market. You have to accept it. The market valued a complex company less than a pure-play company." In the case of trucking, Old Dominion and CH Robinson trade for about 17 times and 15 times estimated 2021 Ebitda, short for earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, respectively. XPO Logistics trades for about 9 times the comparable estimate. In the case of contract logistics, peers such as DSV Panalpina (DSDVY) and others trade for about 12 times estimated 2021 Ebitda. Roughly two thirds of XPO sales and Ebitda are from trucking. The rest is from contract logistics. If both portions of the business traded like peers, XPO would be worth about $20 billion as an entity, deducting out debt, leaving the stock about $150 to $170 a share. Wall Street sees value in valuation-multiple arbitrage. Citigroup analyst Christian Wetherbee called the valuation straight forward and sees upside for shares. He rates them Buy and has a $138 price target for the stock. Wells Fargo analyst Allison Poliniak-Cusic wrote that she views the move positively. She rates the stock Buy with a target price of $158. XPO stock was up 6.2% to $116.89 near midday. The S&P 500 was up about 0.3% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average was 0.6% higher. Debt is one thing standing in the way of a higher multiple. Excluding leases, XPO has about $4.5 billion of net debt, about three times Ebitda earned over the past 12 months. Jacobs wants to bring that down. "We want both companies to be investment grade," he said. Investment-grade ratings might be another positive catalyst for the stock multiple. The split is expected to be completed by the second half of 2021. Write to Al Root at (END) Dow Jones Newswires 12-03-20 1154ET Copyright (c) 2020 Dow Jones & Company, Inc   submitted by   /u/GrosJambon1 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 22:58:33SPWH in a pretty big dip right now - good time to get in? Can't see anywhere for this company to go but up (esp with COVID news and spring approaching). It also seems very undervalued right now with little debt. Does anyone else think that this is a good time to jump in for large gains in long-term?   submitted by   /u/Psychadelius [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 23:02:2228.82 26.00 1.89%
VALU 2020-12-03 23:13:44MindMed: Severely Undervalued With Massive Upside Yet To Come Highlight
VALU 2020-12-03 23:35:22Trying to understand what stocks REALLY are. Am I getting this right? Newbie dumb question: Am I getting this right? It’s my impression there are 2 types of stock, 1) that you just hope grows, 2) that you hope grows some, but tends to grow less, but pays dividends. When a company goes public it sells some shares and keeps some. You and I can buy the latter. Unless the stock is a dividend paying stock, the only real asset we gain is the right to later sell our stock to someone else for any price we can agree to. If we buy into Best Company Ever, and if it’s not a dividend stock, in a way the price of the stock is still completely determined by public perception or hype. Actual value of the company almost doesn’t even matter. If people get fired up by Worst Company Ever, it’s prices will go higher than Best Company’s. In general companies prefer their stock prices go up, because the stock they originally kept and didn’t sell increases in value, giving them a way to reward themselves or generate capital if desired. The only other way stock has a certain value is that if a high enough percentage of it is owned it gives influence or even control about how a company is run, but that’s almost totally irrelevant for all but the super wealthy. Am I close? What am I missing? Thanks!   submitted by   /u/Kileni [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 00:02:2128.82 26.00 1.89%
VALU 2020-12-04 01:08:5633.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 02:02:1933.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 02:11:16So. What is the BEST stock I can throw a small amount of cash at every week without worrying too much about the company losing value? Ideally a dividend stock. I'm a student so don't have ground breaking cash but after my part time hours every week I can afford to put 75 - 100 euro in to stocks. I've currently got Tesla and NIO stocks but thats it. I've heard Costco is good to get for dividends. Any others that are good or possibly.. not as known but will be good in the future?   submitted by   /u/JohnnyBoy91ir [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 03:02:2033.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 03:41:00Should I sell my Tesla stocks? The valuation seems a bit rich even factoring in autonomy and them dominating the auto market for next decade. I know a lot of investors love Tesla but I’m starting to get a bit uncomfortable. Or should I wait to sell as soon as it gets added to the s&p 500 on 12/21?   submitted by   /u/Tenesmus83 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 04:07:0133.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 05:02:2133.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 06:02:2033.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 06:23:30Roblox licensed for release in China, as company plans to go public Gaming unicorn Roblox and its Chinese partner Tencent Holdings have secured two licences from the Chinese government to launch the former’s massively popular sandbox gaming platform in China on both mobile and PC, two weeks after the California-based company filed to go public in November. The gaming platform has become enormously popular worldwide, particularly among children and teens, as a digital sandbox in which gamers can create their own characters, buildings, parks and even custom game modes. Some creators have replicated classic games such as Pokémon, Super Mario 64 and Counter-Strike inside the platform. Unlike most other markets, China requires companies to obtain a government licence before releasing games in the country, a process which can take months, if not years. Roblox was one of 42 titles approved by the National Press and Publication Administration, the Chinese government organ overseeing imported games, on Wednesday. China also requires gaming companies to work with a local publishing and operations partner. In 2019, Roblox and Tencent formed a joint venture, and the duo have been working towards getting a government licence since. The world’s largest gaming company by revenue, Tencent also publishes games by many gaming giants including Nintendo, Riot Games, Supercell, Activision Blizzard and Ubisoft. “Tencent’s receipt of approval to publish the Chinese version of Roblox on December 2 could spur a big uplift to sales upon release which may come in 2H21, in our view,” Bloomberg Intelligence analysts Matthew Kanterman and Vey-Sern Ling in a research note. The two analysts said that because Tencent had a large backlog of games awaiting release, Roblox’s China release could take some time. But they remained bullish on the gaming platform’s potential in China. “In a scenario where Roblox China achieves 10 million daily active users in its first year with average bookings per user in line with its global average, net bookings from China could eclipse US$500 million,” they wrote. Roblox had not replied to queries by the Post at the time of publication. In February, the company was valued at US$4 billion after a Series G funding round led by famous venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. According to Crunchbase, Roblox has raised more than US$335 million in venture capital. A China release could boost investors confidence further: the country is predicted to be the world’s biggest gaming market with estimated revenue of US$44 billion by the end of this year, followed by the US with US$41.3 billion, according to a recent report by market research firm Newzoo. According to Roblox’s Chinese website, the China release of the platform will focus heavily on collaborations with schools and educators, and it is touted as a potential educational tool for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students. That said, Kanterman and Ling wrote in the research note that Roblox will face stiff competition in China, including from Minecraft, Microsoft’s popular sandbox game. “Still, peer NetEase’s China version of Microsoft’s Minecraft has achieved 400 million registered users, signalling demand for interactive, creative experiences in the country,” they said. Source   submitted by   /u/Brothanogood [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 06:35:58FNKO question So at the moment FNKO is trading at about 300M market cap. Their 2019 revenue was about 900M with a net profit of almost 30M. What’s not to like here? They’re trading at 10x earnings and 1/3 revenue, these are insanely low numbers for any company. Why is the valuation so low?   submitted by   /u/watercooledrooster [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 07:02:1733.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 07:42:23Buy SalesForce ($CRM) on the dip? SalesForce ($CRM) is a business that I have used and admired for awhile now. I think Marc Benioff is a great innovative CEO. They have great financials, growth, and a wide competitive moat. I've wanted to own them for awhile but the price seemed to high for what I typically buy. I actually do like their acquisition of Slack. Wall street seems to think they overpaid and has punished them, down more than 10% on the news and 20% in the last 2 weeks, despite a very strong quarter. Overall their growth is incredibly strong, their margins are 80%, and although $200B valuation seems insane, if they continue their current growth and build out their CRM, and businesses like Tableau and Slack, they could more than justify it and catch up to the rest of the cloud kings. What are people's thoughts on the acquisition and CRM's current price?   submitted by   /u/mattchu5 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 08:02:2033.50 26.00 1.81%
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VALU 2020-12-04 09:47:40A More Profound Advisor-Client Value Proposition Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-04 11:06:22Palantir Valuation: Opening The Black Box Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 12:02:2133.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 12:31:35Jones Lang LaSalle: Valuation Discount Justified By Relatively Lower Profitability Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 13:02:2033.50 26.00 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 14:02:2033.50 24.89 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 15:02:19199999.99 24.89 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 15:12:21Nike's Valuation Is Running Ahead Of Fundamentals At 81.1X TTM P/E Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 16:02:2128.82 27.42 1.81%
VALU 2020-12-04 16:16:03What is the difference between Rolls-Royce Holdings (RRU) and ROLLS ROYCE H.ADR/ LS-20 (RRU1)? I do not understand the difference between both stocks and I cannot find anything online. I was trying to understand wether Rolls Royce was under valued. And seeing the difference between RRU and RRU1 would be important. RRU and RRU1 were trading at much values before covid and it seems like a good investment. But which one is which is confusing me.   submitted by   /u/pabilbado [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 16:28:23Reliance Steel & Aluminum: A Value Creation Business Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 16:34:00PagerDuty: Reasonable Results, At A Bargain Valuation Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 17:00:00Cracker Barrel: A Slow Growth Value Play With Room For Multiple Expansion Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 17:02:2128.52 27.02 1.60%
VALU 2020-12-04 17:16:34Caterpillar: A Great Company With A Mismatched Share Valuation Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 17:18:02Why are cannabis stocks so low? I know they were the big meme stock a couple years back, but it seems like they are now undervalued? This isn’t based on any succinct research, just my observations about increased legalization in the US and the fact that congress is considering adjusting the federal status   submitted by   /u/clammytoast [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 18:02:2528.82 28.38 3.52%
VALU 2020-12-04 18:04:31WORK I am a little confused about the sale of WORK to CRM. The news states "shareholders of Slack will receive only $26.79 in cash and 0.0776 shares of Salesforce for each share of Slack that they own." Currently the value of WORK is above $26.79. Why would I want to continue to hold until the sale?   submitted by   /u/VisibleSun8660 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 18:44:45My Investment Theses for 2021 Spent a couple hours thinking and writing out brief theses for all of my current positions. I follow news and financials, but these are more internal thoughts I had moving into positions. This exercise definitely helped flesh things (positive and negative) out and gave me things to think about. I think it's something I'll be doing at year-end on an annual basis moving forward as well as exit comments on all positions. I am open to risk and my portfolio reflects that. Thoughts and criticisms appreciated! Investment Theses - Dec 1, 2020 ARKK ETF: Technology is expanding and compounding at a rate that is hard to keep up with. The same can be said of many of the primary holdings of ARKK. These are companies that have benefited the most from how quickly the world is changing today as well as how the stock market landscape in general is changing. CLOU ETF: Cloud computing is becoming more and more relevant as businesses are relying more and more on big data to optimize their businesses. While this sector has received a bump from the COVID-19 pandemic and may level off for a time, I see it as a catalyst to a sector that isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. QQQ ETF: The Nasdaq has exploded over the past decade, far outpacing the S&P 500. This is the technology age, and those changes are just starting. TAN ETF: As we push into the 2020s, solar energy (and other forms of clean energy) is something that is finally starting to be looked at seriously. With the massive amounts of infrastructure to be laid and work to be done, this industry won't be slowing down anytime soon. AMZN: I mean, it's Amazon. BAC: Huge financial institution with a long history that will be propped up by any means possible. Bank of America and other financial institutions were hit particularly hard by the drop in early 2020 and should have some further upside. This is more of a short-term idea as investors seem to be somewhat rotating back into value plays. DIS: Disney is currently at a crossroads - they have the opportunity to break into the streaming revolution that is taking over the world, and they seem to be doing far better than anyone thought they would be. With a huge amount of IP, Disney has the capacity to rise to the level of Netflix (while not being a direct competitor) at a much quicker rate. Add into the mix their parks and retail side, and we should have great growth and a stable rebound moving into 2021 and beyond. T: AT&T has obviously bungled their way through the DIRECTV acquisition while taking on a lot of debt to acquire it along with Time Warner. On the plus side, they've been able to effectively manage and bring their debt down due to continually strong cash flows. It remains to be seen whether they can shake off the nightmare that has been DIRECTV and capitalize on the shift to 5G as well as HBO Max. V: Credit and debit cards are far from ubiquitous in the US and even more so in other areas of the world. Visa remains the company to beat in the space. CRSP: The secret to the future of medicine lies in CRISPR (gene editing) technology. If this technology can be harnessed in the way it is imagined, the potentials are without end. The technology is still in the nascent stages and will undoubtedly face many delays and challenges along the way. This combined with the fact that CRISPR Therapeutics is not guaranteed to come out on top in the sector (although they are well-positioned) makes this is still a speculative but somewhat safe play. DKNG: Betting on outcomes in life is something that the average person does every day. Throw sports, money, and easy accessibility into the mix, and you have a perfect storm. DraftKings already has a strong presence in their fantasy lineup pools. Now states are dominoing to legalize online sports betting as not doing so will lose them out on a lot of taxes as people cross state lines to place their bets. 2021 will see an explosion in the sector. FUBO: A synergistic investment with DKNG, fuboTV is the ultimate streaming platform for all things sports. They've spent the past several years building up quite the library and consumers have no problem shelling out $60 a month in order to access it. As ESPN bleeds under DIS, consumers will flock to the streaming service that provides all of their sports needs: fuboTV. One of their most interesting ideas is how to work live sports streaming in conjunction with sports gambling. LULU: The king of athleisure, Lululemon is here to stay, and it's safe to say that lines that come out of Lululemon stores even during the pandemic show just that. Sound financials throughout 2020 and seem to be poised to come out of the pandemic in a better position than they were in before. It will be interesting to see how they leverage their acquisition of Mirror. U: You can mine for gold or you can sell pickaxes. While gaming might not quite be a gold rush industry, it has shown a lot of solid and steady growth over the past decade, and we are starting to move into the next generation of gaming. This growth will continue as more and more of Gen Z get older. Unity is well-positioned but will need to see if they can capitalize in the upcoming years. VRYYF: A very small Canadian plant-based meat company that had its IPO in mid 2020. The products are great and in line with the growing population of vegetarians and vegans. Their demand is currently too high, and they cannot ship product in a timely fashion to consumers. They've acquired several new plant locations that could show huge expansion in their production as well as the US market. It remains to be seen whether that spike in production will be met with the same level of demand, which is what the current astronomical valuation is based on. Highly speculative and volatile but still viewed as a long term hold if demand surges YoY.   submitted by   /u/mykeyyy [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 19:02:2428.75 27.72 1.05%
VALU 2020-12-04 19:38:07MakeMyTrip: Attractive Indian Online Travel Platform But Valuation Hard To Justify Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 19:38:50STPK - Worth it? "Stem was founded in 2009 and provides an energy storage system which allows users to automatically switch energy usage between battery and grid power, based on an artificial intelligence platform dubbed “Athena”. Its backers include Activate Capital, Constellation Technology Ventures and RWE Supply & Trading. Batteries are used to solve the issue of the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar. Pairing big batteries with renewable energy projects improves reliability without creating climate-changing emissions." I'm not sure if this is such a valuable company. Isn't it just an automated energy switch? This was pumped at WSB, up almost 50% right off today's blank-check merger announcement.   submitted by   /u/vitilsky [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 19:44:29Star Peak Energy Transition Corp. (NYSE: STPK). Star Peak Energy Transition Corp. (NYSE: STPK). Stem, Inc., ("Stem" or "the Company"), a global leader in artificial intelligence (AI)-driven clean energy storage systems, and Star Peak Energy Transition Corp. ("Star Peak") (NYSE: STPK), a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company, announced today a definitive agreement for a business combination that will result in Stem becoming a public company. Upon closing of the transaction, the combined company will be named Stem and remain listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the new ticker symbol "STEM." The combined company will be led by John Carrington, Chief Executive Officer of Stem. Following the expected first quarter 2021 transaction close, the combined company will have an estimated equity value of approximately $1.35 billion and will remain listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the new ticker symbol "STEM." Transaction to provide up to $608 million in gross proceeds, comprised of Star Peak’s $383 million of cash held in trust, assuming no redemptions, and a $225 million fully-committed common stock PIPE at $10.00 per share, including investments from funds and accounts managed by BlackRock, Van Eck Associates Corporation, Adage Capital Management, L.P., Electron Capital Partners, and Senator Investment Group. BUY BUY BUY!!!   submitted by   /u/xxDiBsxx [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 20:02:2028.75 27.24 1.05%
VALU 2020-12-04 20:14:29Retail Value: A Hidden REIT Recovery Opportunity At A Steep Discount Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 21:02:2328.75 27.24 1.05%
VALU 2020-12-04 21:23:09$HEAR is Massively Undervalued Despite It's Massive Competition $HEAR currently trades at a 8.19 P/E ratio, and I believe this stock presents a valuable risk/reward opportunity for a possible 2-3X in price over the next two years. (Yes you read that right, 8.19!!) BULL CASE I know what you're thinking, Turtle Beach faces massive competition with the likes of Corsair, Logitech, Sony, Microsoft etc. However, in the Gaming Headset market Turtle Beach currently holds about 43% market share, and is responsible for 7 of the top 10 selling Xbox One headsets, and 5 of the top 10 PS4 Headsets. Not only do they already have a large portion of the Gaming Headset market, but Turtle Beach is also experiencing massive growth in sales for Non-Gaming purposes, such as work from home. However, all of this information is still excluding the recent acquisition of ROCCAT, a company that sells PC gaming equipment such as headphones, gaming mice, etc. This is a completely untapped market for Turtle Beach, and is expected to provide massive growth in the coming years. I haven't even begun to mention the coming Stealth 700 headphones, designed for the next-gen consoles that came out this year. VALUATION Now the argument against future growth is certainly one to be considered, but something that can not be argued is the insanely low valuation on this company. It currently trades at a $305M market cap, despite already having $329M in Revenue TTM. The company is expected to do about $338M in Revenue before the year ends, and I expect them to beat on this metric considering pent up demand in consumers for the Holiday season. In comparison to competitors, their 8.19 P/E ration is about half of the sector's average P/E. Also, considering that 80% of their revenue comes from brick and mortar stores (GME, WAL, and TGT being their top 3), it is amazing that they were able to crush this years revenue during multiple lockdowns in many states. To top this all off, the company is sitting on $27M in cash, compared to $5.45M in debt. RISK/REWARD Now, some of my concerns with this company include huge competition from the names mentioned above. However, my largest concern is the fact that it's 5 largest brick and mortar stores supply about 62% of revenue. This means that if a company like Gamestop were to go under, it could have a large affect on sales. To me, this risk is offset by the fact that the company is already undervalued at its current price, without factoring in the likelihood of continued revenue growth from its PC Gaming ventures and Console Headsets. If $HEAR were to trade at even a quarter of what a company like CRSR does, this should be worth at least a $50 a share. TLDR: Turtle Beach ($HEAR) is a highly undervalued company, and has a massive opportunity for continued growth in years to come for a possible 2-3X in stock price. Please let me know what you all think of this play. I'm open to discussion and critique on my analysis.   submitted by   /u/n_gar11 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 21:25:15Sunnova Energy's Stock Is Risky With Heightened Valuation Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 22:02:2328.75 27.50 1.05%
VALU 2020-12-04 23:02:2128.75 27.99 2.29%
VALU 2020-12-04 23:10:04Please help me understand IPO valuations for DASH and ABNB According to marketwatch, ABNB is expected to IPO with 51,914,894 shares for a price between $44 and $50. I would expect it's rough valuation to be 52,000,000 shares × $47.50 = $2.47 billion (just below 2.6b on the high end). DASH is expected to offer 33,000,000 shares between $75 and $85. I would expect its rough valuation to be 33,000,000 × $80 = $2.64 billion. However, every article I read mentions that they will IPO with much higher valuations. ABNB $35 billion valuation DASH $25.4 billion valuation I've checked my super simple math over and over and I think I must be missing something but idk what. Can someone tell me what I'm missing?   submitted by   /u/throwitaway1825 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 23:41:07One Internet Stock That Remains Undervalued Highlight
VALU 2020-12-04 23:59:55Elon Musk will love this: Tesla short sellers lost more than the US airline industry this year According to analysis by S3 Partners, short investors in Tesla— those who placed bets in the market that its shares would lose value — have lost $35 billion on those positions so far this year. Tesla short sellers lost $8.5 billion in November alone, as the company's shares climbed 46% in the month. That's more than the $6.7 billion Tesla itself lost in the 11 years from when it first reported results in 2008 to the end of last year. Dusaniwsky said many of the shorts have closed out their positions — the number of Tesla shares held by short sellers is down 63% so far this year. But he said many are still unwilling to change their minds, despite the losses.   submitted by   /u/coolcomfort123 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-05 00:19:13Starbucks breaks ath past $100 I have a 90c I got lucky on buying at $78. At these levels we are blowing past street targets and the forward pe is not great. Very hard to evaluate where the target is with zero rates, stimulus... Is this still a reopening guarantee? Any thoughts?   submitted by   /u/Cadenca [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-05 01:08:3633.50 24.89 -0.14%
VALU 2020-12-05 01:19:45Dropbox undervalued? Can somebody explain to me how Snowflake is worth $100B with $159m in revenue last quarter meanwhile Dropbox did $487m and is worth 8B? I know Dropbox isn’t the sexiest product but it has a consistent base of users who seem to be recommending it to others(hence revenue growth).   submitted by   /u/niteowl98 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-05 01:31:03What are your stock picks for the end of 2020 into 2021? What do you think will be the next TSLA AND PLTR? Im interested in hearing the power of reddit and just general discussions on why you think certain stocks will go up. I’ve seen a bunch of “meme” stocks on here that have had HUGE growth over this year, and I just want to hear some predictions for the end of this year and onto next year. What do you think will be the future and the next huge stock? It doesn’t have to be underrated or undervalued. Im just wondering what you think and what your top picks would be that stray from Reddit’s usual picks of PLTR, NIO, AMZN, etc. Any recommendations?   submitted by   /u/likesundayslikerain [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-05 01:31:52DCF: An Attractively Valued High-Yield Target Term Fund With 7.1% Yield And -6.7% Discount Highlight
VALU 2020-12-05 01:34:01Difference in how EVs versus traditional Car Manufacturers Number of vehicle sales 2020: GM - 1,767,000 Ford - 1,496,000 Toyota - 1,779,302 Total = 5,035,302 Tesla - 228,290 Tesla would have to increase sales by a multiple of 22 to equal the top 3 manufacturers Market CAP: GM - $63.55 B Ford - $37.15 B Toyota - $193.74 B Total = $294.44 B Tesla - $567.83 B NIO - $58.62 B ​ Tesla has a P/E Ratio of over 1,000. No idea what NIO's is but it's probably higher. GM, Ford and Toyota are all under 20. Basically, based on earnings Tesla is getting a 500X valuation compared to "traditional manufacturers". I understand that people argue that Tesla is not just a car company, but that doesn't explain the rise and crazy valuations of NIO, Xpeng and others. The traditional companies are all working on EV, autonomous driving, etc. Hypothetically, couldn't one of these companies acquire an up and coming EV or someone who specializes in battery technology and exceed Tesla and NIO, etc. in EV sales. They already have the customer base, name recognition and distribution networks. Are car manufacturers undervalued? I feel like they will have a much larger piece of the EV pie than these EV valuations would indicate   submitted by   /u/rgpace5 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-05 04:17:11High stock price v. Low stock price I’m curious as to everyone’s preference. Do you prefer stocks above $100 value or the cheaper ones? Personally I find my highest returns to date to be stocks under $20 a share as I can buy 5x-10x the shares or more and any increase is exponentially more then my higher valued stocks. For example I own 100 shares of stock x at $114 a share, it increases to $124 a share profiting $1000 total. Or my other, I own 10,000 shares of stock y at $4 a share, it increases to $8 a share profiting $40,000 total... to me the cheaper shares are the better option and in my experience safer as drops tend to be less value so less loss.   submitted by   /u/UdntNeed2C [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-05 04:55:48'Ride the wave' in Tesla as stock climbs on $780 price target from Goldman Sachs, trader says Tesla's trek higher continues. Shares of the electric-auto maker surged Thursday after Goldman Sachs upped its rating on the stock to buy from neutral, citing accelerating electric vehicle adoption. The firm also raised its price target on the stock to $780, one of the highest on the Street. Tesla's stock closed up more than 4% following the call at $593.38 a share. Though that brings Tesla's year-to-date gain to more than 600%, Goldman's price target is still "very achievable" on a longer-term basis, Matt Maley, chief market strategist at Miller Tabak, told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Thursday. "I think you want to continue to ride the wave right now," he said. "On a short-term basis, it still looks good." Maley added that while Tesla looks overbought on paper with its weekly relative strength index above 70, in the last two years, its RSI has had to rise above 80 to cause a major decline in the stock. "Even though it's [overbought] for most stocks, it's … not overbought for Tesla," he said. "You want to let this thing ride and I think it easily can get to 650 if not 700 over the next month or two. But … we also see that every time it does get that extreme, above 80 on its weekly RSI, it sees a big pullback — 25% or more." That means there's a risk of the stock falling as low as $500, Maley said — but that didn't stop him from recommending riding the wave. "For those that want to be a little bit more active in the name, take profits on maybe half your position sometime in the first quarter as it gets overbought and look to buy it back at a lower level for that big, long-term kicker," he said. "Because I think this stock is going to continue to be a very volatile one even though it's moving into the S&P 500." Even with all the hype, Tesla does have real potential to keep climbing, Delano Saporu, founder and financial advisor at New Street Advisors Group, said in the same "Trading Nation" interview. "I do believe it can push higher, especially in the longer term," he said. "If you're a long-term investor and someone that knows and sees the valuation framework that this should be valued at, then it's possibly a good time." Three things about Tesla stood out to Saporu: its role in the growing electric vehicle market, its execution and its cost-cutting battery technology. "There's so much upside to look for, but it's something you have to be very careful on if you're an investor and make sure that it fits your horizon and fits your objectives," Saporu said. Source   submitted by   /u/Brothanogood [link]   [comments] Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-05 07:28:20Ilika Plc: Some Points To Consider In Valuing Its Shares Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-05 08:55:00$HEAR - Profitable, Debt-Free Gaming Stock at Low Valuation So I invested in $HEAR (Turtle Beach Corporation) around the $17 mark after seeing their Q3 Earnings and researching the company. I'm an investor that trades purely based on fundamentals and I have not seen another company trading on NASDAQ with the growth and value figures that Turtle Beach offers. The key takeaways - $303m market capitalisation. Q3 Revenue was $112.5m (140% YoY Growth) Q3 Income was $17.8m ($3.1m loss Q3 2019) - They purchased a PC Peripherals company in June 2019, ROCCAT. Q2 2019 revenue was $1.3m, Q3 2020 Revenue was $9.6m (638% growth in 15 months) - Zero in revolving credit facilities, all outstanding debt cleared in Q3 2020 and $27.2m cash on hand - They have the highest market share in gaming headsets, and had #1 and #2 best-selling headsets in October 2020 during first month of new-gen console release. ​ Based on their financials and impressive growth in earnings quarter on quarter, a market capitalisation of $303m seems extremely low. That puts the stock at 4.22 P/E MRQ and 0.67 P/S MRQ which is cheaper than most oil & gas explorer/ life insurance / real estate trust plays. It's a company that sells PC and Console gaming accessories at a time where new-gen consoles just got released, there's no justification for a market capitalisation this low and that's why I have invested. I'd love to hear everyone else's thoughts on the company, the gaming sector is looking very attractive at the moment and i'm anticipating many to have a blowout Q4 2020 quarter given this is the first quarter where new-gen consoles come to market.   submitted by   /u/scamnponzi [link]   [comments] Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-05 14:31:00How to hedge your portfolio with currency futures options Portfolio hedging is usually done for very big portfolios from hedge funds, institutionals and pension funds that want to cut risks in investing at overseas equities such as Emerging Markets but it doesn’t necessarily need to be so. Today we have multiple instruments that can help an individual investor hedge his/hers portfolio no matter the size. The main reason to hedge currencies is to avoid capital loss in your base currency. As an example note that since February 26th 2020 the SP500 at the time of writing is 7.4% up while in EUR terms it’s down. What this means is that as a European investor even if you made good choices you would still lose money because USD had a massive drop vs EUR and that’s usually all you would care about, that’s the currency you buy apartments, groceries etc. Same goes for an American investing in Chinese equities or the Japanese Nikkei. Traditional theory says that over the long term currency diversification would suffice but that means that you actually have a balanced basket of world currencies in your portfolio and that’s hardly ever the case. Usually an American would have 90% in USD and then 10% in emerging markets or a European would have 60% of his portfolio in USD because of the stagnant European stock markets during the last two decades and the popularity of FAANG stocks. OK enough said, let’s see how someone can do this. Preparing Of course we need a broker that gives us access to futures currency options markets. The biggest trading house is currently Globex. Interactive Brokers work well and also have nice visualization tools to see the graphs of when the options become profitable and actual numbers so you can make your own calculations. DeGiro also offers these services as well as the biggest brokers in USA (TD Ameritrade etc). Different hedging tools Ways to do it include futures and options on said futures, CFD options and shorting the currency pair. Let’s see all of them. Futures A future is a contract that enables the buyer or seller to buy or sell at a specified date and price the said asset (in this case either USD or EUR). That is a bit problematic for small players because these contracts trade at 125K minimums usually so if the expiry date comes you need to have that kind of money available. That also means that in order to hedge your portfolio you must have a big percentage of it available in cash form which kind of defeats the purpose since most investors want to actually have cash working for them either invested or available for new opportunities. Futures Options Futures Options are traditional options that you can read more about on Investopedia and we highly suggest doing that first because that’s a very complicated financial instrument. With options the major advantage is that you don’t need to have a big chunk of your capital that you want to protect available because options work inherently with (big) leverage. This is our preferred tool and you can see more about it on the example section. Shorting Currency Shorting the currency you hold most in your portfolio suffers from the same problem as the futures. If you want to hedge 300K in USD you need to have another 260K (approximation) available so you can hedge the dollar. Some Forex brokers will allow you leverage on this trade but the costs get out of hand fast and it’s not a long term solution. This is a good speculation when you want to actually short a foreign currency with a small part of your portfolio such as Brazilian, Turkish or other currencies in danger at turbulent times, but that’s not hedging risk. General strategy The best planning can be done with futures and shorts because you know exactly the target prices and amounts. With options it’s more of a hit and miss. First you need to chose how far out of the money your strike price should be. Bibliography recommends 5% to 10% OTM puts work best for hedging. Usual practice is to buy them 6 months out so you don’t speculate much on short-term geopolitical problems and roll them over mid-to-end so that you don’t mess with all the Greeks and get best value for money. Options trading specifics are very complicated and our common thinking in Loft Financial is to not compete with trading powerhouses because they are sharks and they will eat you alive. Very few people in the world can determine what’s a good price for a certain currency future option and you are not one of them. Thus, it’s best to roll them over at some point mid-to-late when it’s either at or OTM. The reason for this is that options lose their time value when they are very deep ITM and thus you don’t gain much by rolling them over sooner. Another big question is how much should you hedge for and what does this cover? You can play around and calculate when the options are ITM and profitable (after you deduct the premium) how much of the portfolio you can cover. A simple example would be: Total portfolio value: 100K which is comprised of 70K USD and 30K EUR Base currency: EUR Current EUR/USD: 1.22 Strike price: 1.25 An option for a currency future of the EUR/USD pair is trading currently at $1700 for a 5% increase of the EUR to 1.25 and becomes profitable at 1.26 (because of the premium). Now we can pick a price difference from now. Let’s pick 1.29 that’s 5.7% up. That means that more or less our portfolio will take a hit for 3500. We can see with some online tools (your broker should provide this) that this option will yield a profit around 3000 at 1.29 so we could say that *most* of our USD risk will be covered. As the option goes deeper and deeper the hedge is bigger and starts to also be a profitable investment while between 1.26-1.29 it’s a big on the lower side covering only partial losses. If the option expires worthless that means that either USD was steady and you lost some capital for the premium or it went up so you gained overall. Remember we are not trying to maximize profits but make the risk/reward profile better! How much of your exposure should you hedge? Following the theory that you need to be diversified, if you hedge all your USD portfolio then you would be totally exposed to EUR. We believe a better strategy is to be diversified and leave some USD exposure as well as other currencies. One could hedge for example only half of the USD exposure for best diversification and least expenses on hedging. Costs They are complicated and a function of the difference between interest rates between the currency pairs. It’s also important what the current situation is and if there is market turbulence, recessions etc. There are quite a few ETFs that are hedged and we can see that they are usually at the 2.5%-3.5% mark. They will always get a better price than us due to volume and direct services from banks and clearing houses. This is not a trivial cost and can eat up profits long term so it’s a double edged sword. Currently options to hedge EUR/USD cost around 2% for 6 months. Reads CME Group Managing Currency Hedging with Options Lund University European Investor Currency Hedging Interactive Brokers Mechanics of Overseas Trading P.S If you find value in this article please consider subscribing to the newsletter.   submitted by   /u/aelaos1 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-05 19:43:23TDAmeritrade to Interactive Brokers? Anyone switch from TDAmeritrade to Interactive Brokers? I've had my TD account for 16 years but want to switch for lower margin rates. Just wanted to know how the transition was, if they're giving higher leverage percentage, and how the overall service is? I called TD to lower my margin rates and give me more leverage. They said they'd put in a request for 3.8% margin interest but I haven't heard back. They said they can't give a higher leverage percentage. My current leverage rate is about 50% of my account value. When I had less money, it was around 100% to 150%, which makes no sense.   submitted by   /u/hockeyfun1 [link]   [comments] Highlight
VALU 2020-12-05 20:02:08What's a good entry price for DoorDash, if any? So I've heard that the DASH ipo was increased to the 90-95 range and its become abundantly clear that this stock will experience a pretty good crash after IPO for being overvalued. So whats a good price target for getting in? I do think delivery services have a good market that people need, so I actually would like to pick up some shares. The only question is what price? Thoughts?   submitted by   /u/Noobenheim97 [link]   [comments] Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-05 20:26:36A discussion about “time in the market vs timing the market” We’ve all seen it parroted on every investing related thread in the history of Reddit- “time in the market beats timing the market”. But I feel like this phrase gets misused quite a lot, and I would like to take this boring workday of a Saturday to just show the power of what “time in the market” actually has. What “time in the market” means and what it doesn’t mean Time in the market means, basically, maintaining ownership of assets that either 1, typically appreciate in value over time (stocks, real estate, commodities, etc) or 2, that produce a steady, ideally increasing, stream of income (dividend paying stocks, a business, rental properties, debt, etc). By “time in the market” it means that ownership of these assets over long periods of time, as in years and decades, is the key to wealth accumulation. If you look at most wealthy person alive today and in history, they gained their wealth through assets. They accumulate assets and own them. “Time in the market” does NOT mean buying clearly overvalued hype stocks because “I’m in for the long term”. I’m not gonna say any because I don’t want the comments to just be arguing about whether or not tesla is overvalued, but I hope you get the idea. However this doesn’t mean to just let your cash sit on the sidelines “waiting for a crash”. Typically there is no reason to have all your net worth tied up in cash, as it is the only asset class guaranteed to lose value over time. Rather, you should be in the middle: continuing to own assets you already own and being on the lookout for more, fairly valued ones. I promise you that you can find value out there if you look for it. Even then you don’t necessarily always have to be buying. Sometimes doing nothing is the best choice. You’re probably wasting your time (and money) If you’re anticipating a crash, good luck. There have been 8 major crashes since the 1920’s: an average of one every 12 years. There have been flash crashes and small recession but these shouldn’t concern you at all. On the large scale, the market has trended up for most of its existence. What makes this time different, exactly? Bulls have a tendency to believe that this time is different, but bears can have the same mindset, especially considering that the US has been in a bull market for most of its history. So what makes this time different? Sure, we will enter a bear market eventually but the US market has never failed retest its highs. If you’re selling because you anticipate a “correction”, you’re just wasting your time and money. Corrections are a blip on the radar over time. They are normal, healthy and should be seen as a good thing, just the market breathing, per se; nobody actually thinks “stocks only go up and never go down”. Once you gain real money, in the high six figures and up, taxes will really start to eat into you. Selling positions with the intent to buy back in after a correction is probably an unprofitable endeavor. Why pay a good chunk of your earnings in taxes just to buy back 10% cheaper, especially when the 10% drop may or may not happen when you expect it to? This ties in to the last paragraph of point one, sometimes it’s best to do nothing and just continue to hold, letting your money work for you. Generational wealth This is my main point. The Rothschilds, for example, have been building an empire for almost 300 years. That is 300 years of compounding interest. One thing they have done is accumulate assets, not sell them. The wealthy families of the Netherlands have been passing down assets for almost 400 years. Even on a less grandiose scale, just look to this subreddit. You’ll notice a lot of the users with higher portfolio balances probably received a nice inheritance somewhere along the way. This isn’t a bad thing and shouldn’t be shamed. After all, isn’t that everyone’s goal, to pass their wealth into their children? Unfortunately, with inheritances, a huge majority of inherited wealth is lost by the third generation. When the younger generation doesn’t know how to properly manage wealth, they end up wasting it all instead of further building it up. Compound interest Some call it the eighth wonder of the world, and rightfully so. There is no reason to interrupt compound interest unnecessarily. I would hope that most people here are investing with the goal of attaining compound interest, and selling your compounding assets is a solid way to halt it. Dividends Whether or not you chase dividends, I think we can all agree that we get some form of dividends or income from our investments. Dividends really show their power after several years of ownership. Buffett, for example, gets a 40% annual return from dividends on his initial Coca Cola investment. Fourty percent! And he doesn’t even DRIP them. Why on earth would people get rid of their assets that have potential to give those kind of returns after some years of ownership is beyond me. If you do a dividend return calculator going back multiple decades, you’ll find that most dividend paying securities will have similar returns once you have mature ownership of them. On “timing the market” This is probably a controversial one but I definitely don’t believe in just buying whatever tickers you want because “time in the market beats timing the market”. Like I said above, time in > timing because of generational wealth, compound interest and ownership. It doesn’t mean buying the hottest Reddit ticker because you’re in for the long term. Taking well assessed risks with positive and realistic upside is ideal. Spending time to make sure the investment you’re about to make is a good investment is smart. If spending a week or two assessing your decision is a way to “miss out on sick gains bro, it’ll go up another 50% before you buy”, it’s probably a FOMO stock and you shouldn’t be in in the first place. If patience is key, that means patience with buying is just as important as patience with holding. At the end of the day I’m a believer in ownership. Looking through most of wealthy individuals of today and in history, they all had one thing in common: they maintained possession of assets. They don’t sell their portfolios because they’re scared of a crash, they don’t have their net worth in a savings account. They assume a little bit of managed risk and let their money work for them. I made this post because I have to work on a Saturday and have nothing going on, I hope you at least enjoyed it or disagree with it so we can have some discussion going.   submitted by   /u/7thAccountDontDelete [link]   [comments] Highlight
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VALU 2020-12-05 21:38:27What are your current undervalued stock picks? Why? I posted a similar post yesterday, but I wanted a more formal place to talk about other stocks (not only popular meme or reddit stocks). I saw a post like this a couple months ago, and the predictions were all pretty great, and I wanted a more recent post for the start of 2021 and beyond. So, what are your current picks for the future either for the end of 2021 or whatever your time frame is and why? It doesn’t have to be something that had a recent IPO or anything. I just want to get more discussion on stocks that aren’t always talked about on here or ones that will have even more growth than now. You can literally mention whatever ticker you want and why. Wish you the best of luck investing!   submitted by   /u/likesundayslikerain [link]   [comments] Highlight
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