LONDON & NEW YORK--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--UK based, world leading Spinoff investment advisor, TSR has released independent research to their clients capturing and predicting over 150 Potential Spinoff / break-up targets globally from analyzing over 1,500 of biggest listed companies around the globe. So if like a growing number of smart investors are citing, you feel 2014 will not repeat 2013’s market rally, knowing what company stocks to buy or hold because they contain misunderstood catalysts will be vital if investors want to avoid losing potential growth.
“Immense value unlocking potential there. GM has the potential of a re-rating from a home grown business within the automotive giant, making it compelling for a separate listing”
“Since 2007, having covered and predicted over 300 Spinoffs worldwide, our research predicts what the best value unlocking $2bn+ stocks are from all sectors. Where both management and shareholders equally benefit”, comments, Ryan Mendy, COO of TSR.
Examples: TSR highlighted two names: Global consumer giant, $150bn Amazon (AMZN). Amongst many of their businesses, discovering that one of the hidden high-margin assets of Amazon is now prime for a Spinoff; potentially unlocking major value for investors. Secondly, $49bn General Motors Company (GM). “Immense value unlocking potential there. GM has the potential of a re-rating from a home grown business within the automotive giant, making it compelling for a separate listing”.
Could TSR’s predictions be right? Their six year long-only track record of recommendations to global investors and leading hedge funds has significantly outperformed every major index.
“As the global leading research firm on corporate break-ups, our job is to discover and analyze opportunities where the shareholders and management can benefit from a Spinoff of their parent company via a restructuring or equally M&A. Unlock misunderstood fundamentals, having the new plans recognized by other industry investors and bringing about a market re-rating”, continued Mendy.