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Turnaround Letter
Out-of-Favor Stocks with Real Value
Issues
Thank you for subscribing to the Cabot Turnaround Letter. We hope you enjoy reading the February 2023 issue.

While many initial public offerings (IPOs) have a quick price “pop” on their debut, most are speculative companies whose share performance is more accurately described as “pop and drop.” Our search for enduring post-IPO companies whose shares trade at attractive prices turned up four promising ideas.

We also take a look at our research process using an approaching opportunity in shares of Fidelity National Information Services (FIS).

Our feature recommendation this month is a European company that investors are avoiding due to its conglomerate structure and potentially large legal liabilities related to a disastrous acquisition several years ago. But shares of Bayer AG (BAYRY) trade at an excessive discount to the likely liabilities, while the core business is stable and resilient. Shareholders are beginning to press for major changes to unlock the company’s value.
Updates
This week, we comment on earnings from Dow (DOW), General Electric (GE), Nokia (NOK) and Xerox Holdings (XRX). Next week brings reports from Vodafone (VOD), Polaris Industries (PII), M/I Homes (MHO), Meta Platforms (META), Western Digital (WDC) and Janus Henderson Group (JHG).


We also include the Catalyst Report and a summary of the February edition of the Cabot Turnaround Letter, which was published on Wednesday.