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Fund of ESG pioneer releases quarterly portfolio

The Parnassus Fund, part of San Francisco-based Parnassus Funds, disclosed this week that its top five trades during the fourth quarter of 2020 included new holdings in ANGI Homeservices Inc. (ANGI) and Ncino Inc. (NCNO) and position reductions in C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. (CHRW), The Trade Desk Inc. (TTD) and Square Inc. (SQ).

Parnassus founder and environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) pioneer Jerome Dodson (Trades, Portfolio) stepped down this year from his remaining investment responsibilities, which include the Parnassus Endeavor Fund (Trades, Portfolio). Dodson will retain his ownership stake and his role as

244 Views    James Li    2021-01-12 16:35
Guru increases stake in company that owns Angie's List

Steven Cohen (Trades, Portfolio), the billionaire leader of Point72 Asset Management, revealed his firm upped its stake in ANGI Homeservices Inc. (ANGI) by 64.87% earlier this week.

With the goal of generating superior risk-adjusted returns, the guru's Stamford, Connecticut-based firm invests in a wide range of asset classes worldwide. Its long-short strategy is based on bottom-up research processes focusing on fundamentals and macroeconomic conditions.

According to GuruFocus Real-Time Picks, a Premium feature, Cohen invested in an additional 1.48 million shares of the Denver-based company on Sept. 22, which had an impact of 0.1% on the equity

235 Views    Sydnee Gatewood    2020-09-24 16:30
The stocks have a low-to-moderate debt-equity ratio s

Falling knives are companies whose share prices have declined more than 59% over the last 12 months. Investments in these securities are based on expectations of huge rewards following the share price rebound.

Investors are also aware that more than 59% drop in the share price could indicate financial distress, so their portfolio could be damaged if the company fails.

If investors pick shares of falling knives with moderate to low financial burden, they can meaningfully reduce the risk of loss.

Along with a moderate to low debt-to-equity ratio, the following securities have a positive recommendation rating ranging between hold

179 Views    Alberto Abaterusso    2019-08-25 19:26
Macy's tops the list

While gurus hold positions in these companies, the share prices and returns continue to fall. The following are the worst-performing stocks over the past six months with a long-term presence in more than five gurus' portfolios.

Shares of Macy's Inc. (M) declined 8.85% over the past six months. The stock is held by 15 gurus.


The department store chain has a $7.01 billion market cap. The stock was trading with a price-earnings ratio of 6.39. As of Tuesday, the share price of $22.69 was 46.46% below the 52-week high and 12.29%

91 Views    Tiziano Frateschi    2019-07-30 18:23
Amazon tops the list

According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Guru Screener, the following stocks have outperformed the Standard & Poor's 500 index over the past 12 months and were bought by gurus during the last quarter. Inc. (AMZN) has a market cap of $709 billion. It has outperformed the S&P 500 index by 34.8% over the past 12 months.


The stock is trading with a price-earnings ratio of 81.26. According to the DCF calculator, the stock is overpriced by 710% at $1,450 per share. As of Thursday, the share price is 33.68% above its 52-week low and

140 Views    Tiziano Frateschi    2018-12-20 21:26
Review of holdings

Fiscal Year Contributors

Angie’s List (ANGI) is a nationally-based, local services review provider and marketplace. The business, which began as a consumer pay subscription service, has been progressively lightening the load on subscribers and shifting the cost of the model to advertising service providers. This transition has caused a flattening of top-line growth. The stock appreciated in the fourth quarter of 2015 when IAC/InterActiveCorp (a company we have owned in the past) made an opportunistic cash offer to buy Angie’s List for slightly less than $9 per share. We felt the offer undervalued Angie’s business and precluded any opportunity to

2488 Views    Holly LaFon    2016-04-25 16:12
A discussion of what gross profitability is and why you should take notice

This metric is awesome.

It's one of the newer metrics that has earned a firm spot in my toolbox.

Introducing gross profitability.

Gross Profitability = Gross Profits/Total Assets

Switch gross profits with net income and you get ROA.

However, the difference is big, and the results speak for themselves.

Professor Robert Novy-Marx introduced this new stat in his paper The Other Side of Value where he shows that the gross profitability ratio is just as good as, if not better than, book to market.

Novy-Marx feels that profitability measures get more "polluted" as one goes further down the income

5484 Views    Jae Jun    2016-04-06 16:28
Yelp's business model still looks unsustainable in the long run, and investors should expect a buyout bid soon

I have been bearish on Yelp (YELP) for a long time now. The stock has lost roughly 40% of its value since I recommended shorting it just a few months ago. While I still think Yelp is not a good company, investors should book profits by covering their short positions.

David Einhorn (Trades, Portfolio)’s Greenlight Capital recently disclosed that it has a 380,000-share stake in Yelp and following the disclosure, shares of Yelp have moved higher. While I don’t necessarily think that Einhorn is right about Yelp; there are a few reasons why the stock could

753 Views    Juhi Kulkarni    2016-02-19 18:17
An acquisition offer and a decent earnings report can save Yelp investors some pain

Yelp (YELP) may be the de facto search engine for local restaurants, but the company’s weak business model has led to limited profitability. In addition to the weak business model, Yelp has also attracted a lot of hate due to several controversies regarding extortion over the last few years. As a result, the stock has lost about 80% of its value over a span of 18 months.

With the company expected to report its earnings today, investors may be looking eagerly for signs of recovery. Although Yelp has a weak business model, the stock may have bottomed and can offer

621 Views    Naman Shukla    2016-02-08 15:17
Guru stock highlight

Angie’s List (ANGI) is a nationally-based, local services review provider and marketplace. The business, which began as a consumer pay subscription service, has been progressively lightening the load on subscribers and shifting the cost of the model to advertising service providers. This transition has caused a flattening of top-line growth. The stock appreciated in the fourth quarter when IAC/InterActiveCorp (a company we have owned in the past) made an opportunistic cash offer to buy Angie’s List for slightly less than $9 per share. We felt the offer undervalued Angie’s business and precluded any opportunity to participate in the upside of

468 Views    Holly LaFon    2016-01-25 15:54
Why investors should short Yelp's recent rally

As someone who has been calling Yelp (YELP) a short for quite some time, I think the stock still has a lot of room to fall. Although Yelp has performed nicely in the last few weeks, the appreciation in the stock price is unjustified and investors can still short the stock, as it is trading at a very high valuation. Let’s take a look at the reasons why I think you should short Yelp.

Acquisition rumors

Yelp has appreciated considerably in the last few weeks due to InterActiveCorp’s acquisition offer for Angie’s List (ANGI). Although Angie’s List has rejected

1321 Views    Juhi Kulkarni    2015-12-24 20:53
TCS laments 'shortsighted' gamble on new LeadFeed product

TCS Capital has sent a another letter to Angie's List (ANGI) to follow up on the meeting with managment and what the firm believes the company needs to do to unlock value for shareholders.

Letter to Angie's List

This letter is a followup to my recent meetings with you and certain other members of the board of directors (the “Board”) of Angie’s List Inc. (“ANGI” or the “Company”). I appreciate the time you have taken to meet with me to discuss my serious concerns. Unfortunately, our discussions have made it clear that the Board has no intention of pursuing a

509 Views    Cody Eustice    2015-11-30 19:50
No acquisition makes Angie's List a short going forward

Shares of Angie’s List (ANGI) have been on a roll. The stock has appreciated almost 40% in the last few weeks thanks to the buyout offer by InterActiveCorp. InterActiveCorp placed a bid of $8.75 per share to buy Angie’s List. The deal, surprisingly, was rejected by Angie’s List as the company’s management believes the offered price undermines its true value.

Although InterActiveCorp's offer was $8.75 per share, Angie’s List is currently trading at $10.72. Now that the acquisition deal is off the table, investors should consider shorting Angie’s List after the recent rally.

The stock doesn't deserve its current valuation

568 Views    Juhi Kulkarni    2015-11-27 16:50
Despite many headwinds, Yelp is very expensive, and the company's terrible business model makes it a great short candidate.

Yelp’s (YELP) stock is down 18% since I last recommended selling the stock back in July. Although the stock has lost considerable value since then, the company has staged an impressive turnaround in the last few weeks. Yelp has jumped almost 25% in the last month. The stock jumped on news of InterActiveCorp’s offer to buy one of Yelp’s competitors — Angie’s List (ANGI). The firm offered to buy Angie’s List for roughly $512 million, marking a 10% premium over Angie’s value at the time.

Although Yelp’s recent recovery has been impressive, there has been no change in Yelp’s

2495 Views    Juhi Kulkarni    2015-11-20 16:56

After months of disappointing results, Angie’s List (ANGI) finally provided investors with some good news when it released it Q4 results. The numbers show that Angie’s List may have finally bottomed and is taking some good initiatives to get its business back on track. The company is cutting back on expenditures and looks like a great turnaround candidate at the present valuations. I’ll tell you why I think Angie’s List may move higher going forward, but first let’s take a look at the quarterly numbers.

Beating the estimates

Angie’s List reported the fourth quarter results with a lofty profit of

766 Views    Juhi Kulkarni    2015-04-29 14:17

In the recent past we have observed that the awareness in the dot com have been rising exponentially. As we witness this growth various companies are now focusing on the virtual online world to leverage the growth of their organizations. Angie’s list(ANGI) is one such company that is renowned for its online business model of subscription based websites that provides reviews and rating of various business to its customers. Their reviews range from the home improvement to health care sector. As I write this article the shares of the company is being traded at around $6.45, but from an investors

712 Views    shash63    2014-11-10 02:40

Dear Fellow Shareholder:

The U.S. economy continues to gradually expand, building on the 5+ year recovery from the Great Recession. Employment levels are improving, though progress has been slower than expected. Inflation, for now, remains subdued. As signaled and on cue, the Fed has been weaning the economy (and investors) off of the extraordinary ‘quantitative easing’ stimulus. Investors have generally shrugged off world events that might otherwise cause high anxiety (ISIS and the Middle East, Russia and Ukraine, etc.). As attention now turns to when the Fed will raise short-term interest rates, it seems plausible that volatility may

1493 Views    Vera Yuan    2014-10-16 21:18
Angie's List, Inc. (ANGI) helps connect consumers with local service professionals. It has over two million paying members across the states who share their consumer experiences and use Angie's List to gain access to ratings, exclusive discounts and information about service providers. The company generates the majority of its revenues and profits from advertising and lead generation by service providers who wish to do business with the interested network of paying subscribers. Growth in subscribers and revenues is accelerating, and the company just became cash flow positive. We are intrigued by the company's ecommerce/marketplace initiative, in which the company will
507 Views    Holly LaFon    2013-11-21 22:45
Angie's List, Inc. (ANGI) is the leading online site where consumers can find quality local service providers for home repairs and services, accessing reviews from over a million subscribing members. Shares of Angie's List performed well during the second quarter, as the company delivered strong first quarter results with expectations for improving profit margins in the second half of 2013. (Ashim Mehra) From Baron Funds [url=]second quarter 2013 commentary[/url].
952 Views    Holly LaFon    2013-08-09 21:35
If you can’t dazzle them with dexterity, baffle them with bull." — P. T. Barnum It has occurred to me that proponents of Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) must have never read the prospectus of an Initial Public Offering (IPO). Otherwise they would have long ago abandoned their notion that the market always attaches a rational price to an equity. Of course, their failure to compute the fundamental value of the underlying company which represents the IPO puts them squarely in line with most of the "investors" in such entities. In most cases it is not plausible to assume that any
1329 Views    John Emerson    2011-11-21 20:48

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