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|Subject: Screen results||Date: 12/8/2010 11:38 AM|
|Author: TMFGebinr||Number: 80 of 1284|
So over the weekend, I got TTM FCF, share count, and recent price data for the over 2800 companies in the Russell 3000 index. I then (automatically!!) generated a predicted price assuming a 5.0 / 2.5 / 0 growth pattern. (Remember, that's shorthand for % CAGR for first five years / % CAGR second five years / Terminal growth rate.)
Then I scanned through the list to see what companies had prices higher than the latest. There were a lot of financial firms -- banks and insurance companies primarily -- on the list, but also a bunch that were in other industries. (I ignored those financial firms.) Microsoft wasn't on the resulting list because the latest numbers are 6.1 / 3.1 / 2.5. But, Oshkosh and Power-One were on the list. (Transocean wasn't though, because it's not a member of the index.)
Here's what came through, and what MUE growth rates are expected at last night's close, at a 15% discount rate.
An interesting list and it covers quite a range of industries.
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