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  • Home Depot – A Simple Peer Group Comparison

    A company can frequently be valued by comparing it to a peer group of companies. The advantage of performing a peer group comparison is that the constituent companies are normally fairly similar along their product/service lines, sizes and operating structures. This approach assigns company “value” based on the notion that assets of similar dimensions should sell at similar prices and is known as the “method of comparables.”

    The method of comparables involves taking a subject company’s P/E, P/B, P/S, P/CF or some other multiplier and then comparing it to the mean or median multiplier for the peer group to derive a relative value. This equilibrium multiplier can then be multiplied to the subject companies per share earnings, book value, sales or cash flows to derive a fair-value estimate. The stock’s market price could then be compared against this fair value estimate to determine whether the position is under- or overvalued.


  • One Bear's Roar

    David Tice of Tice Capital is spot on with his analysis of the present market conditions. Although I don't completely agree that the market would decline 60%, I could see how the market could decline 30% and maybe even 40% if panic takes control of investor thinking. Stocks, and other assets, continue to become overvalued and analysts seem to only see the "potential" and best possible scenarios for companies. Some analysts are even looking towards the NASDAQ hitting 5,000 next year! Value investors should proceed with absolute caution as Wall Street anlaysts and pundits seem to be listening to their own bullish outlooks of 1999 and 2007. I can't say that the market will correct tommorrow, next week or next year, but when it does it will look awfully familiar.


  • Think Like An Owner

    I currently own 49 equity positions in high-quality businesses across multiple industries and geographies. These are little, tiny slivers of ownership in real businesses out there making real money by selling real products and/or services to people and/or other businesses.

    These aren’t just pieces of stock paper. Or, translated for modern times, digital stock tickers that show up in a brokerage account with a number next to them, indicating how many shares you own.


  • Oh Snap! Wall Street Value

    Has Wall Street completely gone off the deep end? Have social media valuations reached the ridiculous levels of the Dot Com Bubble? The answer to both must be yes. How can a company be valued at $10 billion without any rvenue, business plan or actionable model? It isn't as if Snapchat hit a rough patch and is trying to increase its net income next quarter. The company hasn't sold anything, hasn't made any money and quite frankly isn't a real business. How would it be monetized? Through random spam ads sent to its users? That would kill the "company." Regardless of whether the company is set to do its IPO and enter the market or may be sold in 5 years to another VC firm, the fact that companies are being valued pre-revenue at such extraordinary numbers and projects is maddening.


  • Is Subaru Going Strong At The Home Turf?

    The automotive division of Fuji Heavy Industries (FUJHY), Subaru has chiefly two markets for its models – first being Japan, which happens to be its home turf, and second is the U.S. where over the last century it has built several Subaru fans as it offers the unique all-wheel drive (AWD) in all its models, seldom seen in most of the models of the automotive honchos. Presently, the sales in the first quarter of the 2015 fiscal have seen a whopping 33.2% drop at the home turf, which is a direct hit on its revenue chart.

    Nevertheless to improve its sales at home, it has recently released the all-new 2015 WRX S4 sports sedan throughout Japan. So, does this imply that its footage in Japan is strong enough to pull sales in the remaining quarters? Let’s take a closer look.


  • Why Investors Should Stay Away From This Organic Food Company

    Whole Foods Market (WFM) has performed badly in 2014. Shares of the natural sustenance organization are down considerably this year. Whole Foods is confronting intense rivalry from several angles in the natural nourishment industry, and the organization's disappointing second-quarter results show that there is no respite going ahead.

    Powerless performance


  • Telecom Growth Can Power Frontier Communications Higher

    In spite of the fact that Frontier Communications (FTR) is up this year, the organization's last-reported first-quarter results were not up to the imprint. Frontier missed estimates despite the fact that it picked up a broadband piece of the overall industry in 91% of its markets. Additionally, Frontier's revenue was down 4.3% from the year-back quarter, while its earnings dropped 18.4% year over year.

    Investors are pulled in to Frontier because of its eye-getting dividend yield of 7%. On the other hand, if Frontier is not able to enhance its revenue and earnings significantly going ahead, then its dividend may take a hit. Indeed, Frontier's present dividend yield of 7% is lower than the five-year normal yield of 10.7%, so a dividend remove can't be dominated. Furthermore, the organization has a payout degree of a massive 400%.


  • 175 Years of Excellence

    Deere & Co. (DE), known by its John Deere brand, is a manufacturer of so many different products from recreational utility vehicles to lawn mowers and other agricultural equipment. Deere is a solid company that has been around for over 175 years, and it doesn't look as if it is going anywhere. Building a worldwide brand is never easy, but now that Deere has accomplished that feat, it can now continue to expand its product line, attracting more and new customers who wouldn't normally purchase its products.



  • Here's Why Chesapeake Energy Is Set to Get Better

    Natural gas maker Chesapeake Energy (CHK) has seen a noteworthy drop in its fortunes in the last one month. Chesapeake shares have dropped recently, underperforming the S&P 500. However, the slowdown looks provisional, and Chesapeake should have the capacity to make a strong rebound because of a couple of simple reasons.

    Increase in generation and better estimating to drive development


  • Some Reasons Why Investors Should Consider Halliburton for Their Portfolio

    Oilfield services organization Halliburton (HAL) is on a tearing run this year. Its shares have comprehensively outperformed the business sector, picking up more than 35% so far in 2014. Halliburton is seeing tremendous development in the business and reported record revenue in the as of late reported second quarter. The organization is profiting from profit gains in North America and the Eastern Hemisphere. Looking ahead, the organization's performance can enhance further, determined by the positive moves that it is making.

    Armada upgrades and enhancing prospects


  • This Chipmaker Will Benefit From a High-Growth Market

    There can't be a superior time to purchase Sierra Wireless (SWIR), the chip creator which is on track to profit from the development in Cisco's (CSCO) Internet of Things.

    Web on Things to drive development


  • Invest in This Stock to Benefit From Copper Growth

    Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold's (FCX) results felt the high temperature of declining copper and gold prices. But Freeport's is near its highs, and it has picked up solid force throughout the last three months with gains of 16%. Be that as it may, will Freeport have the capacity to sustain its stock value energy going ahead in troublesome times?

    Indonesia could improve


  • Why Corning Has More Upside Potential

    The talk that GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) is on track to supply sapphire for Apple's (AAPL) approaching iphone, supplanting Gorilla Glass, has had no impact on Corning's (GLW) shares in the not so distant future. Corning has liked 24% so far in 2014, yet will it keep surging? We should discover.

    Gorilla Glass isn't dead yet


  • This Oil Field Services Company Looks Like a Good Holding

    Offshore services supplier Seadrill (SDRL) has an eye-getting dividend yield of 10%. Be that as it may, the stock's performance has not been impressive in 2014. Seadrill's shares are down 7% in 2014. At the same time, Seadrill seems to be making solid progress. The organization surprised the Street with its first-quarter results and looks set to improve later on. How about we investigate what will drive Seadrill's performance going ahead?

    Enhancing step by step


  • This Solar Company Is Primed for Long-Term Gains

    As of now the largest solar installer in the U.S., Solarcity (SCTY) looks set to improve. Despite having an exciting ride in 2014, the stock has done better than the S&P 500. Besides, Solarcity's prospects got a solid endorsement as of late when Canaccord started scope on the stock with a purchase rating, alongside a $94 value target.

    Solid development anticipated


  • Invest in This Fast-Growing Chipmaker to Profit From Mobile Technologies

    Synaptics (SYNA) has been riding the smartphone wave successfully. Considering Samsung, a customer surely helps and Synaptics is also taking a gander at the quick development of the Chinese smartphone business sector to drive development.

    It is well realized that the smartphone market has been developing at a brisk pace with the quantity of cell phones on the planet anticipated that will dwarf the worldwide populace before the year's over, while sales of PCs have been falling.


  • Apple and Samsung Are Warming Up Before the Holiday Season

    The much awaited Samsung (SSNLF) Galaxy Note 4 is scheduled to be launched on September 3 at IFA 2014 in Berlin. The new Galaxy Note is an upgraded version of Samsung’s offering and comes with better features compared with its predecessors.

    What to expect?


  • This Online Player Is Aggressively Targeting a Key Emerging Market

    It's apparent that retailers regularly ponder slowing sales. There comes a moment that driving their natural development requires advancement, R&D and advertising. This, thusly, requires lavish spending as capital expenditures and special fighting.

    Luckily, for investors, Amazon (AMZN) is ready to develop inorganically as well. The e-retail monster has turned to India, with an experience-rich administration and a $2 billion war chest, to support its development energy over the impending years.


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