Frank Sands

Last Update: 05-16-2016

Number of Stocks: 51
Number of New Stocks: 1

Total Value: $33,855 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 3%

Countries: USA
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Frank Sands Watch

  • Frank Sands Sells Visa, Baidu, Alibaba

    Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio) is chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Sands Capital Management, an investment management firm focused on investing in quality growth businesses throughout the world. He sold his shares in the following stocks during the first quarter:


    The guru closed his stake in FMC Technologies Inc. (FTI) with an impact of -1.04% on the portfolio.

      


  • Steven Cohen Trims Nike, Coach, Alphabet

    Steven Cohen (Trades, Portfolio), a billionaire hedge fund investor, is the founder of SAC Capital Advisors, a Stamford, Connecticut-based hedge fund that he continues to manage. During the first quarter he reduced his holdings in the following stocks:


    The investor almost closed his stake in Nike Inc. (NKE), reducing his shares by 94.17% with an impact of -1.28% on the portfolio.

      


  • Lending Club CEO Resigns, Stock Sinks Amid Loan Discrepancies

    Lending Club (NYSE:LC), a peer-to-peer online lending company, has sunk 63% year to date and lost its CEO Renaud Laplanche, who resigned Monday after an internal investigation found sales of $22 million in near-prime loans to a single investor, contrary to the investor’s instructions.


    The New York Times reported that a Lending Club employee found the dates on $3 million of loan applications had been altered and alerted Laplanche, who then told an internal auditor. That investigation would also reveal discrepancies in the aforementioned $22 million of loans. The company also discovered Laplanche had failed to disclose a personal interest in an investment fund in which Lending Club was considering investing.

      


  • Guru Stocks With Steady Returns, Profitability

    According to GuruFocus' All-in-One Screener, the following stocks have had strong performance over the last 10 years with high and steady returns, as well as profitability. EPS has also grown steadily with the company’s revenue. Most of these companies have a great cash-to-debt ratio.


    Baidu Inc. (BIDU)

      


  • Netflix, Starbucks Outperform S&P 500

    The following are some of the stocks that outperformed the S&P 500 Index over the last 12 months and have been bought by gurus during the fourth quarter.


    Netflix Inc. (NFLX) has a market cap of $44.67 billion, and during the last 12 months has outperformed the S&P 500 Index by 72.6%. Currently, six gurus are holding the company that has declined 5% year-to-date but returned 212% during the last five years. It is now trading with a P/E ratio of 374.39 and according to the DCF calculator, it looks overpriced by 2,101%.

      


  • Top Insiders' Buys and Sales of the Week

    The All-in-One Screener can be used to find insider buys and sells over the last week by clicking on the Insiders tab and changing the settings for All Insider Buying to “$1,000,000+” and duration to "March 2016."


    According to the above filters, the following are recent buys and sells from company insiders in the past week.

      


  • High Quality Stocks: Chipotle Mexican Grill, Dollar Tree Stores

    According to GuruFocus’ All-in-One Screener, the following stocks have a high business predictability rating, and at least five gurus are shareholders in the companies.


    Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. (CMG)

      


  • Sands Capital Boosts Stake in Edwards Lifesciences

    Frank Sands' Sands Capital Management boosted its stake in Edwards Lifesciences (NYSE:EW) in the fourth quarter by adding 9,598,997 shares.


    Edwards Lifesciences got started when Miles “Lowell” Edwards had the idea at the age of 60 to mechanize the human heart. Edwards had an engineering background in hydraulics and fuel pump operations. He presented the concept to Dr. Albert Starr, a young surgeon at the University of Oregon Medical School, who thought the idea was too complex. Instead, Starr encouraged Edwards to focus first on developing an artificial heart valve, for which there was an immediate need.

      


  • Frank Sands Acquires Stake in Netflix

    Much of the significant fourth-quarter investment activity from Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio), CEO and CIO of Sands Capital Management, an investment management firm that invests in quality growth businesses across the globe, was in familiar names in North America.


    Sands’ most noteworthy fourth-quarter transaction was his acquisition of a 7,451,892-share stake in Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX), a Los Gatos, California-based provider of streaming video and by-mail DVDs. Sands paid an average price of $114.59 per share in a deal that had a 2.2% impact on his portfolio.

      


  • Facebook, McDonald's Among Guru Stocks Outperforming S&P 500

    The following are some of the stocks that outperformed the S&P 500 Index over the last 12 months and have been bought by gurus during the last quarter.


    Facebook Inc. (FB) with a market cap of $327.41 billion, during the last 12 months has outperformed the S&P 500 Index by 55.7% and currently, 14 gurus are holding the stock that has returned 14% year-to-date and 205% during the last five years. It is now trading with a P/E ratio of 116.45 but according to the DCF calculator, it looks overpriced by 1,000%.

      


  • Share Your Year-End Performance, Best Picks for 2016

    It’s a new year and we’re interested in hearing how GuruFocus members fared in 2015, a rather tough year for the market. What were your best holdings, which stocks were your largest detractors and what is your best idea for 2016? Share your picks in the comments area below.

    The gurus posted performances all across the spectrum. Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio), who was recently voted Guru of the Year by a landslide, had a busy 2015 with a multitude of activist moves involving companies like AIG (NYSE:AIG), Pep Boys (NYSE:PBY) and Cheniere Energy (LNG). Despite being down 2.8% through the third quarter, Icahn’s fund is still outperforming the S&P 500, which declined 8% over the same time frame.  


  • Frank Sands Increases Stake in Illumina, Alibaba, Baidu

    Frank Sands is the CEO and CIO of Sands Capital Management, an investment management firm focused on investing in quality growth businesses throughout the world. He manages a portfolio composed of 53 stocks and the following are the stakes the guru increased during the third quarter.


    He increased his stake in Illumina Inc. (ILMN) by 63.44% with an impact of 0.83% on the portfolio. The current stake is 2.13% of his total assets and 2.96% of the company’s outstanding shares.

      


  • Stocks That Lost Their Positions in Jim Chanos' Portfolio

    Jim Chanos is president and founder of Kynikos Associates LP., an employee-owned investment manager, and invests in public equity and fixed income markets across the globe. The hedge fund has 54 stocks with a total value of $248 milion.


    Cerner Corp. (CERN)

      


  • Frank Sands Invests in Stake in Amazon.com

    Sands Capital Management, the investment management company that was founded in 1992 by Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio)’ father, emphasizes patience in its investment decisions, targeting exceptional growth businesses that the company expects to hold for a long time.


    It is reasonable to think that Sands shares that approach, but it may be hard to imagine how much more Sands’ largest third-quarter acquisition can grow. That investment was a 1,745,554-share stake in Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), a Seattle-based ecommerce company, for an average price of $505.62 per share. The purchase had a 2.49% impact on Sands’ portfolio.

      


  • Alibaba Bets on Middle Class and Opens Offices Worldwide

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA) is a holding company and conducts its businesses through its subsidiaries. Alibaba is engaged in online and mobile commerce through products, services and technology that enable businesses to operate efficiently and extend their reach to sell to consumers and businesses in the People's Republic of China and internationally.


    Recently Alibaba’s founder urged small and medium-sized Western companies to enter the country's markets since China’s middle class is expanding. 

      


  • Frank Sands' Undervalued Holdings With Growing EPS

    Frank Sands is the CEO and CIO of Sands Capital Management, an investment management firm focused on investing in quality growth businesses throughout the world. He manages a portfolio of 51 stocks with a total value of $40.6 billion. The following are five undervalued stocks in his portfolio with the highest growing EPS over the last five years.


    IPG Photonics Corp.'s (IPGP) EPS grew by 78.70% over the last five years. According to the DCF calculator, the stock is undervalued at its current price of $81 and is trading with a margin of safety of 34%.

      


  • Five High-Yield Stocks With a Wide Margin of Safety

    If you are looking for stocks that pay high yields, the current market correction gave us some at a discounted price. GuruFocus' All-In-One Screener provides a selection of five that are worth putting on a watchlist.


    Great Northern Iron Ore (GNI) owns interests in fees, both mineral and nonmineral lands, on the Mesabi Iron Range in northeastern Minnesota. The company's properties span two counties (St. Louis and Itasca) in northeastern Minnesota, extend from Hoyt Lakes on the east end of the Mesabi Iron Range to Grand Rapids on the west end of the Mesabi Iron Range.

      


  • Six High-Yield Companies With a Wide Margin of Safety

    Last month the bull market that began seven years ago began a correction; since then, the Standard & Poor's 500 dropped by about 12% as did the prices of some of the stocks that pay the highest yields to their shareholders.


    Thanks to GuruFocus' All-In-One Screener, the following is a selection of six of them that are worth putting on a watchlist.

      


  • Frank Sands Shows Bold Side in Second-Quarter Trades

    Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio) is CIO/CEO for Sands Capital Management, the firm his father founded more than 20 years ago and has grown from $900 million in assets under management to more than $15 billion. The portfolio of its Select Growth strategy, which emphasizes quick growth and bold vision, produced double-digit returns in 2012 (24.1%) and 2013 (42.2%).


    In the second quarter, Sands was bold in his investment decisions, both buying and selling shares in several companies that traded for hundreds of dollars apiece.

      


  • Perigon Wealth Management's Largest Buys in Second Quarter

    The hedge fund Perigon Wealth Management in its last quarterly 13F reported a total value of its portfolio of $379 million, with an increase of 4.19% since the previous quarter. During Q2 2015, the firm bought eight new stocks and increased 100 of its existing stakes. The following are the most heavily weighted buys during the quarter.


    It bought shares of Allergan PLC (AGN) with an impact of 1.63% on its portfolio. The company is engaged in development, manufacturing, marketing, sale and distribution of generic, branded generic, brand name, biosimilar and over-the-counter pharmaceutical products. It also develops and out-license generic pharmaceutical products in Europe through its Medis third-party business. It operates in three segments: Pharma, Specialty Brands and Anda Distribution.

      


  • Allergan, Google Among Popular Guru Stocks

    According to GuruFocus' All-in-One screener, the following stocks were three of the most popular among the gurus during the past three months.


    Related Article: Stocks Gurus Are Buying - Part I

      


  • Ariel Capital Advisors bought Sanofi and Priceline in Q2 2015

    At the end of the second quarter of 2015, the hedge fund Ariel Capital Advisors reported a total value of its portfolio of $174,199,000 with an increase of 3.44% since the previous quarter.


    During the Q2 2015, the hedge fund bought 282 new stocks and increased 51 stakes. The following are the most heavily weighted buys of U.S. companies the hedge fund has done during that quarter.

      


  • Frank Sands Adds to His Position in Medidata Solutions, Inc.

    Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio), Jr. of Sands Capital Management recently reported an increase in his holdings of Medidata Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ:MDSO). Sands is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Sands Capital Management. Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio), Jr. is the son of company founder Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio), Sr. who started Sands Capital Management in 1992. The firm’s investments focus on quality businesses with an emphasis on growth.


    Sands has been steadily adding to his holdings of Medidata Solutions, Inc. since the second quarter of 2014 when he first bought the portfolio holding at $41.52. In 2015 Sands has added to his holdings of Medidata twice. In the first quarter of 2015 Sands added 273,700 shares, increasing the portfolio stake by 5.34%. Most recently, Sands added 176,800 shares, increasing his holding in the stock by 3.27% and bringing the total portfolio position to 0.72%.

      


  • Manning & Napier Advisors' Most Weighted Trades in Q2 2015

    For more than four decades, Manning & Napier Advisors, Inc has been guiding individual and institutional clients toward their financial goals. Their independent, opportunistic style can help clients meet a wide variety of investment needs even in the most challenging environments. They’re majority employee-owned, which means they’re able to give clients the kind of service and commitment that only comes from people who have a direct stake in success.


    Its portfolio is composed of 352 stocks and has a total value of $22,955 Mil.

      


  • Frank Sands More Than Doubles Stake in LendingCorp

    Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio) is CEO and CIO of Sands Capital Management, a firm that was founded by his father in 1992 and has grown from roughly $900 in assets under management to more than $23 billion. Most of his transactions involve reducing or increasing existing stakes in his portfolio, not buying new ones or selling old ones, and the first quarter of 2015 was no exception.


    Sands more than doubled his stake in LendingClub Corp (NYSE:LC), a San Francisco-based peer-to-peer lending company, in the first quarter. Sands bought 13,862,781 shares for an average price of $20.83 per share. The purchase elevated his stake to fifth place in his Top 20 holdings (by volume) and had a 0.65% impact on his portfolio.

      


  • Frank Sands' Low PE Stocks

    Frank M. Sands, Jr., CFA, is chief executive officer and chief investment officer of Sands Capital Management, an investment management firm focused on investing in quality growth businesses throughout the world.


    Sands Capital believes that over time stock prices reflect the earnings growth of their underlying businesses. Their team is dedicated to identifying the relatively small number of truly exceptional growth businesses that they expect to own for many years.

      


  • Guru Stocks at 52-Week Lows: XOM, BABA, CVX. HSBC, IBM

    According to GuruFocus list of 52-week lows, these Guru stocks have reached their 52-week lows.



    Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) Reached the 52-Week Low of $83.87

      


  • Frank Sands And His Current Portfolio Update

    Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio), CEO and CIO of Sands Capital Management added three new positions to his portfolio of 54 stocks, valued at $42.02 billion with a quarter over quarter turnover rate of 7%.


    His firm tends to gravitate toward growth companies and Sands is known to hold stocks for an average of five years.

      


  • Vanguard Health Care Fund New Buys on 2014 Q4

    Vanguard Health Care Fund (Trades, Portfolio) (trades, Portfolio) is managed by Edward Owens that has worked in investment management for over 30 years. He has managed the Vanguard Health Care Fund (Trades, Portfolio) since its inception in May 1984. Owens received a B.A. from the University of Virginia and an M.B.A from Harvard Business School.


    Owens invests primarily in health care companies. His strategy is characterized by a long-term focus and careful attention to valuations.

      


  • Sands' Trading Activity Low Key in Third Quarter

    Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio), CEO and CIO of Virginia-based Sands Capital Management, the firm his father founded in 1992, bought and sold stock in 16 companies in the third quarter, the fewest transactions he’s had in a quarter in more than three years.


    Sands has shown a preference in the past for certain stocks, but he neither bought nor sold stock in his largest assets (by volume, Facebook [FB], or by value, Visa [V]). Instead, his transactions involved companies that had lesser presences in his portfolio.

      


  • Las Vegas Sands: A Key Valuation Technique for this Dividend Stock

    In a previous article, we analyze the principal drivers of Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE:LVS), a $51.14 billion market cap company, which operates casinos in Las Vegas, NV; Macau, China; Bethlehem, PA and Singapore.


    Dividends

      


  • Top Movers of the Day: Nike and Micron Technologies

    Nike (NYSE:NKE) and Micron Technologies (NASDAQ:MU), a manufacturer of semiconductor memory chips, were the top two movers on Sept. 26 after the stocks jumped almost 9% and 6%, respectively.


    Yesterday, Nike released a strong first-quarter report for the three months ending Aug. 31. Revenue increased 15% year over year while revenue for the Converse brand saw similar growth, increasing 16% year over year. Nike’s online sales were up by 70% over the last quarter, and the gross margin increased to a comfortable 46.6%. 

      


  • Why Starbucks is a Buy

    In this article, let´s consider Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX), a $57.14 billion market cap, which has a trailing P/E ratio that indicates that the stock is relatively overvalued (PE 251.6x vs Industry Median 30.7x).


    So in this article, let's take a look at a model which is applicable to stable, mature, dividend-paying firms and try to find the intrinsic value of the stock. Although the model has a number of characteristics that make it useful and appropriate for many applications, is by no means the be-all and end-all for valuation. The purpose is to force investors to evaluate different assumptions about growth and future prospects.

      


  • National Oilwell Varco On the Uptick Following Several Acquisitions

    In this article, let's take a look at National Oilwell Varco, Inc. (NOV), a $35.56 billion market cap company that designs and manufactures drill rig equipment, provides down hole tools and services, and well as supply chain integration services to the upstream oil and gas industry.


    Operating Margin

      


  • Kansas City Southern: On the Route to Success

    In this article, let's take a look at Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU), a $12.68 billion market cap company, which is a holding company with railroad investments serving the central and south central U.S., northeastern and central Mexico and Panama.


    Mexico

      


  • In a Weak-Dollar Environment, Gold Is Sought as "Safe-Haven" Asset

    Gold is a limited commodity that retains consumer´s purchasing power even under inflationary economies. The advantages are that gold is not at the mercy of government policy, so it cannot be easily issued or mined. Additionally, it is used to hedge, so it is a currency hedge an inflation hedge and most importantly, a diversification tool in your portfolio.


    Gold Exchange-Traded Fund

      


  • Top Guru-Owned Energy Companies at the Start of 2014

    Using the GuruFocus Aggregated Portfolio Screener you can filter results to see what companies maintain the highest amount of guru ownership. By using this screener, we filtered down to see energy companies which are held by the most gurus. The following five energy companies are held by the largest number of gurus during the past quarter.


    Exxon Mobil (XOM)

      


  • Weekly Three-Year Low Highlights: QUNR, CGG, LADR, RARE

    According to GuruFocus list of three-year lows; Qunar Cayman Islands Ltd, CGG, Ladder Capital Corp. and Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical Inc. have all reached their three-year lows.


    Qunar Cayman Islands Ltd. (NASDAQ:QUNR) Reached the Three-Year Low of $21.25

      


  • Frank Sands' First Quarter Top Five

    Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio) of Sands Capital Management reported his first quarter holdings today. These holdings highlighted five new buys, bringing his total to 44 stocks valued at $38.4 billion. The Sands Capital Management team is dedicated to identifying the relatively small number of truly exceptional growth businesses that they expect to own for many years.


    The following five stocks are Sands’ top five holdings as of the close of the first quarter:

      


  • Eastman Is an Outperforming Chemical Company with Interesting Outlook

    We think the outlook for the diversified chemicals will be positive and will continue to expand this year. In this article, let's take a look at one specialty chemicals maker and try to explain to investors the reasons this is an apparently appealing investment opportunity.


    Eastman Chemical Co. (NYSE:EMN) is a chemicals company that produces materials, chemicals, and fibers in five segments: Additives and Functional Products manufacture chemicals for products in the coatings and tire industries; Adhesives and Plasticizers manufactures resins and plasticizers; Advanced Materials produces and markets copolyesters, cellulose esters, interlayers, and aftermarket window film products; Fibers manufactures and sells acetate tow and triacetin plasticizers, solution-dyed acetate yarns, cellulose acetate flake and acetyl raw materials; and Specialty Fluids and Intermediates provides products that include intermediates based on oxo and acetyl chemistries and performance chemicals.

      


  • Charles Schwab Is a Fast Growing Stock

    The Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE:SCHW) is a savings and loan holding company. The company is engaged, through its subsidiaries, in securities brokerage, banking, money management, and financial advisory services. Its subsidiaries include Charles Schwab & Co. (a leading discount broker-dealer), Charles Schwab Investment Management (a mutual fund investment advisor) and Charles Schwab Bank.


    In this article, let's take a look at this brokerage firm and try to explain to investors the reasons this is an apparently appealing investment opportunity.

      


  • Frank Sands' Gas Long-Term Pick

    When reviewing stocks from the gas industry, the principal risk is always the same: price volatility. Praxair (NYSE:PX) is one company that has been able to avoid the risk and improve overall performance since its entrance to the stock market. Only the 2007 economic crisis was able to shake the solid foundations on top of which the company’s business model rests. Nonetheless, market performance has ever since been on the uptrend. There are several reasons for the positive results. Most importantly, the profits conquered were shared with stock holders through annual dividend increments. One of the beneficiaries has been Frank Sands (Trades, Portfolio), who increased the size of his holding since early 2011 was the largest shareholder before selling out, making a strong statement for long-term investment in the company.


    Commenting on Success

      


  • Weekly Guru Bargains Highlights: VOD, LNKD

    According to GuruFocus updates, these stocks have declined the most since Gurus have bought.


    Vodafone Group PLC (NAS:VOD): Down 47% Since Steven Romick (Trades, Portfolio) Bought in the Quarter Ended on 2013-12-31

      


  • Assessing the New Boss at National Oilwell Varco

    Nothing raises more fear or hopes in a business than change in management. The questions are always the same, will the new CEO shift the company’s direction? Does the change mean the business was not doing well before? Can overall performance improve? How will the market and shareholders react to the news? What about prospect investors? The truth is that there is no certain answer to the many inquiries a change in management raises. However, an assessment can be made based on the firm’s previous performance and new management’s discourse. That is exactly what it will be looked upon throughout this analysis that concerns National Oilwell Varco (NOV). So far, gurus have shown great confidence on the company and completed important purchases throughout the last quarter of 2013.


    Announced and Smooth Transition

      


  • Top Five Guru-Held Asian Stocks at Year End

    Using the GuruFocus Aggregated Portfolio Screener you can filter results to see what companies maintain the highest amount of guru ownership. By using this screener, we filtered down to see which companies based in Asian countries were held by the highest number of gurus. The following five companies come from a variety of industries, are Asian-based and are held by the largest number of gurus.


    Baidu (BIDU)

      


  • Top Guru-Owned Energy Companies at the Close of 2013

    Using the GuruFocus Aggregated Portfolio Screener you can filter results to see what companies maintain the highest amount of guru ownership. By using this screener, we filtered down to see energy companies which are held by the most gurus. The following five energy companies are held by the largest number of gurus during the past quarter.


    Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM)

      


  • Top Five Consumer Cyclical Stocks of the Third Quarter

    Using the GuruFocus Aggregated Portfolio Screener you can filter results to see what companies maintain the highest amount of guru ownership. By using this screener, we filtered down to see which consumer cyclical companies are held by the most gurus. As of the third quarter, the following five companies are held by the largest number of gurus.


    Lowe’s Companies (LOW)

      


  • S&P's Nervous Nellies – Mmmmm Good?

    Campbell Soup Co. (NYSE:CPB) has new concern about its earnings and Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) investors wonder about slowing growth, after the company reported that it had opened 558 net new stores, including its 1,000th store in both China and Japan, in the quarter ended Sept. 29, 2013. Both stocks are showing up on the losing side of the S&P 500 index.

    Over 12 months, Campbell Soup (NYSE:CPB) is up 14%. Five gurus sold out their CPB in the third quarter of 2013, but seven of them remain for the company’s predictable revenue and earnings growth. The company reported its first quarter fiscal 2014 financial results with a 2% drop in sales and adjusted earnings at $0.66 per share, marking a 21% decrease from a year ago. Campbell reported earnings from continuing operations at $181 million, down from $232 million in the same quarter a year ago. Earnings of $0.57 per share for the reporting quarter dropped from $0.73 per share in the same quarter of the previous year.  


  • Two Market Leaders, Two Very Different Investments

    The casual dining industry is tainted by intense competition and fickle consumer preferences, so promotional offers and menu innovation are a must. Let’s take a look at two dominant players, Darden Restaurants Inc. (NYSE:DRI) and Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG), to see which strategy is most effective.

    A Bargain Price for a Key Industry Player  


  • Richard Pzena vs Warren Buffett: Oil & Gas Equipment

    When making a long-term investment, profits lay at the second-tier companies. In other words, bidding on the winner always pays smaller dividends. The same reasoning applies to horse track betting: the worse the odds of winning, the bigger the reward for betting. Here, however, we avoid gambling altogether and make an informed decision. In the oil & gas equipment industry, Baker Hughes (NYSE:BHI) and National Oilwell Varco (NYSE:NOV) fight for the third place in the industry, and have plenty of room for growth.

    The comfortable third place  


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