01 | Recent spinoffs can be a rich source of mispriced investments
- Wall Street analysts often provide little coverage to newly spun-off companies.
- Shareholders of the parent company may be forced by their investment mandate to sell their shares in the spun-off company.
02 | Companies emerging from bankruptcy can also be a source of undervalued situations
- Such companies often suffer from a lack of analyst coverage, as well as a general stigma. This can cause them to temporarily sell below their intrinsic value.
- However, these situations can be quite profitable for patient long-term investors.