The following information is a highlight of the real-time guru activity we saw this week. To view more information on these gurus, check out their guru portfolios. The “Real Time Picks” reports the stock purchases and sells that Gurus have made within the prior two weeks. If a Guru makes a purchase or sell of a company in which they own a greater-than 5% stake, SEC regulations require them to report their transaction within two days. This week we saw notable increases and buys in Real Time activity from John Rogers (Trades, Portfolio) and RS Investment Management (Trades, Portfolio).
John Rogers (Trades, Portfolio)
Over the past week GuruFocus real time picks reported that guru John Rogers (Trades, Portfolio) made a notable reduction to his holdings in Gaiam Inc. (GAIA). The guru cut his holdings -41.07% by selling 1,050,710 shares of the company’s stock. He sold these shares at an average price of $7.34, and since then the price per share is up about 6% to $7.82 per share.
Rogers now owns 1,507,690 shares of the company’s stock, representing 6.63% of the company’s shares outstanding. This sell makes Rogers the second largest guru shareholder following Columbia Wanger (Trades, Portfolio).
Rogers’ historical holding history:
Gaiam is a lifestyle media and products company providing information, media, products and services to customers who value yoga, fitness, wellness, personal development, and responsible media.
Gaiam’s historical revenue and net income:
The analysis on Gaiam reports that the company’s price is near a 3-year high, the revenue per share has been in decline over the past five years and it has a poor quality of earnings. The analysis also notes that the company holds no debt.
John Rogers (Trades, Portfolio), Chuck Royce (Trades, Portfolio), Jim Simons (Trades, Portfolio), and Columbia Wanger (Trades, Portfolio) are the only gurus holding a stake in Gaiam. Check out their holding histories here.
Gaiam has a market cap of $188.1 million. Its shares are currently trading at around $7.82 with a P/S ratio of 1.20 and a P/B ratio of 1.80.
RS Investment Management (Trades, Portfolio)
RS Investment Management (Trades, Portfolio) also made a sizeable sell over the past week as reported by GuruFocus Real Time Picks. The guru-rated fund reduced their holdings in Integrated Device Technology (IDTI) -50.85% by selling 5,641,181 shares of the company’s stock. The fund sold these shares at an average price of $13.84 per share. Since that sell the price per share is trading up about 4% to $14.35 per share.
RS Investment Management (Trades, Portfolio) now holds 5,453,602 shares of the company’s stock, representing 3.64% of the company’s shares outstanding. Prior to the fund’s sell, they held on to 7.4% of the company’s shares outstanding.
RS Investment Management (Trades, Portfolio)’s historical holdings as of the close of the first quarter:
Integrated Device Technology designs, develops, manufactures and markets low-power, high-performance mixed signal semiconductor solutions for the advanced communications, computing and consumer industries.
Integrated Device Technology’s historical revenue and net income:
The analysis on IDTI reports that the company’s revenue per share has been in decline over the past five years, its price is near a 5-year high and the company holds no debt.
The Peter Lynch Chart suggests that the company is currently overvalued:
Integrated Device Technology has a market cap of $2.19 billion. Its shares are currently trading at around $14.65 with a P/E ratio of 30.10, a P/S ratio of 4.60 and a P/B ratio of 2.80. The company had an annual average earnings growth of 1.80% over the past five years.
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