Featured Stock In January’s Dividend Growth Model Portfolio

Valuation: we made $4.1 billion of adjustments with a net effect of decreasing shareholder value by $3.9 billion. Apart from $4 billion in total debt, which includes the operating leases noted above, the largest adjustment to shareholder value was $72 million in deferred compensation. This adjustment represents <1% of BBY’s market value. Despite the net decrease in shareholder value, BBY remains undervalued.

 

[1] Harvard Business School features the powerful impact of our research automation technology in the caseNew Constructs: Disrupting Fundamental Analysis with Robo-Analysts.

[2] Ernst & Young’s recent white paper “Getting ROIC Right” demonstrates the superiority of our stock research and analytics.

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