We recently published a special situations report wherein we highlighted six ideas (DD, FERG LN, HDS, HI, VREX, COT) as well as key themes / screens for corporate change.
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SYNNEX (SNX, Market Cap. $6.5b) announced its plan to separate into two publicly traded companies. SYNNEX Corporation will be an IT distribution, services and integrated solutions company, and Concentrix will be a global CX solutions company. The spin-off transaction is expected to be completed in H2 2020.
Increasingly, over the past year, we’ve been focused on identifying potential short stock ideas/avoiding stock blow-ups. Our short screens comprise the 13 most potent valuation, earnings quality, capital creation, capital allocation, and sentiment metrics we’ve found to be most useful in searching for ideas on which to complete additional fundamental analysis. These short screens represent the backbone of the process we use into which to dig deeper and identify the most compelling short ideas.
Each month, we publish our favorite long idea stock screens. They encompass many investment styles and themes including value, growth, capital creation, cash usage, corporate actions, dividends, and financial institutions.
Each month, we publish Senyek’s Long Stock Screens and Senyek’s Short Stock Screens, featuring our favorite long and short ideas across many investment styles. In this report, we track the share price performance of the ~50 thematic stock baskets on an absolute and relative basis. In the pages that follow, we provide details of these thematic baskets’ performance for December 2019 and the full year. In addition, we include market, sector, and industry long-term relative valuations.
The most recent companies with a CEO change (* denotes external) include: Calavo Growers (CVGW), Avis Budget (CAR), The Michaels Companies (MIK), FMC Corporation (FMC), Green Dot (GDOT), Trinity Industries (TRN), Stratasys (SSYS), ACI Worldwide (ACIW), Tapestry (TPR), Continental Resources (CLR).
An initial public offering represents a significant stage in a company’s growth process. Along with fresh access to new capital follows investor scrutiny over a company’s business prospects, fundamentals, and financial reporting and volatile stock price performance. In this report, we summarize our findings in analyzing the subsequent stock price performance of IPOs and which characteristics were most predictive of the top and worst performing stocks.
Danaher (DHR) announced the final exchange ratio for its exchange offer with Envista Holdings Corp (NVST). For each share of Danaher common stock that is tendered, Danaher will deliver 5.5784 shares of Envista common stock. The exchange offer expires at midnight on December 13, 2019.
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