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Some of the best investment opportunities in the market are small, relatively unknown companies. These can also be among the most dangerous investments. 24/7 tracks companies like Dendreon, Nuvelo, Cell Genesys, Rackable , and Vonage to give investors opinions on their prospects before others have them.
24/7 has also done break-up values on over fifty companies from Level 3 to Motorola. When private equity fund, hedge funds, LBO firms and other public companies look at candidates, one of the important parts of their analysis is how much a company is worth if it is broken into parts. Sometimes auctioning off a company in pieces brings in greater value than when it trades as a whole. The 24/7 Wall St. Special Situation Investing Newsletter will bring investors at least one major company break-up analysis a month. We refer to these as “Bait Shop” candidates, which we break down into Active members and Watch List members.
Merger and buy-out candidates often have segments of their P&Ls and balance sheets that are not readily available to investors. Convertible notes, undervalued real estate, goodwill, deferred revenue and sales can all have a significant impact on corporations when they are being reviewed by investment banks and raiders as possible target. The 24/7 Wall St. Special Situation Investing Newsletter will track companies that fall into these categories.
24/7 Wall St. also reviews numerous upcoming special situations to identify irregularities inside of companies or industries. We offer insight into irregular options activity, backdoor plays into upcoming hot IPO’s, pointing out misinterpretation of events, and more.
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