Joel Greenblatt

Joel Greenblatt

Last Update: 05-16-2016

Number of Stocks: 950
Number of New Stocks: 311

Total Value: $8,921 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 46%

Countries: USA
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Joel Greenblatt Watch

  • Xerox Looks Like a 'Sell'

    Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) is a $9.26 billion market cap company that is a media and entertainment conglomerate with diversified global operations in theme parks, filmed entertainment, television broadcasting and consumer products.


    Xerox operates in three segments: document technology, business services and other. Some months ago, the company announced its plan to split into two companies. The first one comprising the document technology corporations and the other comprising the business process outsourcing segment. The deal will generate about $2.4 billion in savings over the next three years in a strategic transformation program. The deal will be finished by the end of the year.

      


  • Joel Greenblatt Increases Stake in Corning by 5-Fold

    Guru Joel Greenblatt (Trades, Portfolio) increased his stake in Corning Inc. (NYSE:GLW) by adding 1,067,746 shares of the company in the first quarter.


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  • Mr. Market Is Way Far Off On Wayfair

    I've been really intrigued by Wayfair (W) recently.


    It started with the purchase of a sleeper sofa last year.

      


  • Joel Greenblatt Reveals the Secret to Investing Success

    Do you know who Joel Greenblatt (Trades, Portfolio) is?


    If you don’t follow the investing industry, there’s a big chance you don’t know who he is. But if you want to become a better investor, he’s definitely someone you need to learn about.

      


  • Gap May Be Poised for a Comeback

    Gap (NYSE:GPS) is one of the most iconic American brands and still has a solid economic moat. The company has been downsizing and closing stores, making room for cash to be deployed into higher-profit channels like ecommerce.


    It ended the first quarter with 3,794 company-operated and franchise store locations with almost 38 million square feet of retail space covering well-known brands like Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta, Gap and Gap Kids.

      


  • Bearish Sentiment in Becton Dickinson's Stock

    Becton Dickinson & Co. (NYSE:BDX) is a $33.87 billion market cap company that provides a broad range of medical devices and diagnostic products used in hospitals, doctors' offices, research labs and other settings.


    The med-company is trading at $159.55. Analysts have a consensus $163.53 price target on the stock. Yahoo! (NASDAQ:YHOO) Finance estimates a one-year target share price at $166.9. Also, investors will be paid a dividend of $2.64 at the end of the year. The dividend yield is 1.65%, which tries to protect the purchasing power. Dividend investors often pay attention to the track record of dividends payments and favorable expectations regarding dividend growth for the next year. This company has paid dividends since 1926; during the past 13 years, the highest yield was 2.44%, the lowest was 1.05%, and the median was 1.77%. Now it is close to a five-year low.

      


  • It's Time to Sell Joy Global

    Don’t believe the analyst hype. Despite both BofA Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs upgrading Joy Global (NYSE:JOY) stock in recent weeks, the long-term outlook for the coal industry is bleak. It might not go to zero, but its size and use as an energy source is dwindling.


    The company’s new initiatives direct service, hard rock and industrial minerals, reduced capacity, inventory reductions, share buybacks, new product development and high-growth markets may prove effective but in the end will likely fail to produce value for shareholders.

      


  • On Diversification

    On Diversification​The age-old question of exactly how many stocks to hold is likely never going to be definitively answered. There are entire books, even courses, on the subject after all. Since portfolio construction is more of an art than a science, in this post I want to break down relevant studies, examine historical data and analyze some of the best investors in an attempt to come up with the optimal strategy. As always, please share your comments and thoughts below!


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  • Growing EPS for Viacom, Western Digital, Fossil

    Companies with growing EPS are often a good investment as they can return a very good profit to investors. Here is a selection of the most undervalued companies, according to the DCF calculator, that have a five-year growing EPS.


    Earnings per share of Waddell & Reed Financial Inc. (WDR) grew by 14% over the last five years; according to the DCF calculator, the stock, at the price of $22.41, is undervalued and trading with a margin of safety of 70%.

      


  • Undervalued Stocks With Wide Margin of Safety

    The following stocks are trading with a wide margin of safety according to the DCF calculator, and some of them have a very low P/E ratio. GuruFocus' All-in-One Screener can be used to find similar stocks. 


    D.R. Horton Inc. (DHI) has a market cap of $11.67 billion and a GuruFocus’ business predictability rating of 1 star. The stock has a price of $31.6 with a forward P/E ratio of 12.30, and according to the DCF calculator is trading with a margin of safety of 43%. During the last 12 months, the price of the stock has risen by 10% and is now 4.53% below its 52-week high.

      


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