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Today's 52-week lows (those of interest on any given day)


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12/16/21:

 

CTLP - Cantaloupe (formerly USA Technologies) -- vending technology -- recall the name from Artko Capital investor letters -- Hudson Executive Capital 10+% owner and on board

 

IRBT - iRobot -- Roomba -- per 12/9/21 investor day, shift from hardware to software?

 

UPLD - Upland -- software roll-up

 

WWW - Wolverine World Wide --

 

 

Others of interest?

 

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12 minutes ago, CafeB said:

12/16/21:

 

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IRBT - iRobot -- Roomba -- per 12/9/21 investor day, shift from hardware to software?

 

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It's been said that a business model shift is sometimes a great opportunity. But I can't imagine how this will be a good example.

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On 12/20/2021 at 6:17 PM, CafeB said:

FTK - Flotek Industries

 

www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/flotek-industries-receives-unsolicited-indication-of-interest-engages-piper-sandler-301451063.html

 

“HOUSTON, Dec. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Flotek Industries, Inc. ("Flotek" or the "Company") (NYSE: FTK) has received an unsolicited indication of interest for a potential transaction for all or part of the Company. To assist in evaluating this unsolicited indication of interest, Flotek's Board of Directors has engaged Piper Sandler & Co. ("Piper Sandler") as a financial advisor to assist with the evaluation process.”

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On 12/17/2021 at 9:40 PM, stockman500 said:

So if a company makes a 52 week low, generally the idea is to stay away from the stock until a base appears to have formed because it will probably go lower because its bottom, last remaining, yearly support has been broken?

 

This is if you believe in technical analysis.  I give it no credence whatsoever.

 

If the fundamentals look like they can be turned around or have been turned around, or you can buy the company for less than liquidation value, then it may be something worth looking at.  Generally, a 52-week low stock is there for a reason.  Cheers!

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Technicals are strange.

 

This one is "bearish":

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/T/?p=T

 

This one is "bearish":

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/DISCK?p=DISCK

 

This one is "bullish":

https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/KIND/?p=KIND

 

I'm at a loss.

 

(I'm referring to the "Chart Events" feature depicted on each page -- it's located under the chart)

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18 hours ago, Parsad said:

Generally, a 52-week low stock is there for a reason.

 

Agreed--and the reasons are manifold.

 

For a company such as CoStar to be on the list of new lows, as it was yesterday, arguably relates to a revaluation rather than to a re-evaluation of its competitive position.

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15 minutes ago, CafeB said:

 

Agreed--and the reasons are manifold.

 

For a company such as CoStar to be on the list of new lows, as it was yesterday, arguably relates to a revaluation rather than to a re-evaluation of its competitive position.

Same with GDRX. They have pretty much performed to expectations since their IPO @$33 in September 2020. Since then, their revenue run rate has increased from ~$140M to 195M, up ~40% while the share price (from IPO) has decreased by ~23%.
It felt like an overvalued stock at IPO (even had a substantial one day pop from its IPO price) but that’s a 52% haircut based on the P/S metrics counting from the IPO price and given them credit for the growth from then. Those are the kind of cases that are interesting to look at on a 52 week low list, because it’s clearly more the narrative than the fundamentals driving the price here.

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1/12/22:

 

AOUT - American Outdoor Brands -- spin-off from Smith & Wesson completed August 2020

 

AVO - Mission Produce -- avocados

 

PHG - Philips -- "Group sales for the quarter are expected to be approximately EUR 4.9 billion, which is around EUR 350 million lower than Philips’ earlier expectations. This is mainly due to intensified global supply chain shortages (primarily related to electronic components and freight capacity), as well as the postponement of customer equipment installations." -- Philips provides update on financial performance Q4 2021 - News | Philips

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1/20/22:

 

--THO - Thor Industries -- RVs -- also WGO - Winnebago ~6% above its low

 

--SONO - Sonos -- featured in recent Greenlight Capital investor letter:

 

"We’ve owned SONO, which manufactures multi-room wireless smart home sound systems, for about a year. We were initially attracted by the strength of the brand and IP, SONO’s ecosystem dynamics, and signs that the company was under-earning. We’ve been impressed with management’s ability to consistently outperform both guidance and expectations amidst a rapidly changing macro environment. We think that there is a long-term household penetration story here: SONO products are currently in approximately 11 million homes globally, a number that has grown by at least 20% in each of the last 4 years and stands to grow further as SONO adds more accessible price points, expands into new verticals, and introduces new products and services. While we acknowledge that there are near-term headwinds in the form of supply chain disruptions and a cyclical normalization in consumer electronics demand, we think these will prove to be temporary distractions in an otherwise bright growth story. Between an elevated backlog of orders that will support demand well into the next year and strong pricing power, we see earnings growing close to 25% annually for the next few years. The stock currently trades at just over 15x FY2021 adjusted earnings net of the $5 cash per share on the balance sheet today. We purchased our stake at an average price of $28.45 per share. SONO shares ended the quarter at $32.36."

 

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