Jason Bond Picks (Long Term Trading Portfolio) – Sold ANGI For +$6,420 on 10-Week Hold:
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Let’s go ahead and break down his watch list comments and alerts regarding the +$6,420 (55%) ANGI trade. Pay close attention to his comments in BLUE below. Boy, did he hit the nail on the head with this one…
Here’s Jason’s Exact Alert Explaining His Purchase of Angie’s List (ANGI) on 2/21/17:
ANGIE’S LIST (ANGI)
As I stated at the opening of the second half of this report, I bought 2,000 shares of ANGI at $5.84, Tuesday.
ANGI has been on a slide since the first week of September, after the stock reached a high of $10.76, then tumbled below its 52-week low, following Q4 earnings on February 15.
The company reported a fourth-quarter profit of $8.9 million, or $0.15 per share. Analysts expected $0.03 per share.
Since management didn’t offer guidance for Q1, the talk on the street is Angie’s management believes Q1 will be another troubled quarter. Maybe so, but maybe not so. Memberships have surpassed five million, an approximately 50% rise from last year.
ANGI is one of those stocks I believe has been oversold due to the lack of guidance, which may suggest to some traders that the company is in serious trouble. Now trading at one-times revenue, I believe the stock suffers from another case of over-pessimism.
I also wouldn’t be surprised if Angie’s is sold. The company’s EV of $345 million is just barely more than its market capitalization of $326.27. Hmmm.
I’ve done pretty well with stocks whose management does a bad job of holding investors’ hands between quarterly results. There’s a when-in-doubt-bail-out attitude among amateur traders that has suited me just fine in many cases. I pick up stocks cheap.
My downside for ANGI is $5 per share, but my upside is $8.25, a 2.87:1 reward-to-risk ratio, with an announced buyout as my best-case scenario for ANGI.
After 10 Weeks, Jason Bond Cashed in +$6,420 (55%) on His ANGI Position:
After-hours on 5/1, news broke that Angie’s List Received a Buyout Bid at $8.50 for nearly $3.00 per share premium. Jason Bond cashed in his 2,000 shares in pre-market trading on 5/2 at $9.05 for a +$6,420 (55%) score.
The Takeaway – ANGI Was a Flexible Trade That ANYBODY Could’ve Followed:
This is a play that anybody could’ve entered at or near Jason Bond’s entry price of $5.84 for two months. Overall, this is what Jason Bond Picks Long Term Trading is all about. Slower-developing plays that create flexible entry & exit opportunities for busy professionals.
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Written by Matt Thomas (@MattThomasEST)