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Scientific Games Stock Is Estimated To Be Significantly Overvalued

– By GF Value

The stock of Scientific Games (NAS:SGMS, 30-year Financials) appears to be significantly overvalued, according to GuruFocus Value calculation. GuruFocus Value is GuruFocus’ estimate of the fair value at which the stock should be traded. It is calculated based on the historical multiples that the stock has traded at, the past business growth and analyst estimates of future business performance. If the price of a stock is significantly above the GF Value Line, it is overvalued and its future return is likely to be poor. On the other hand, if it is significantly below the GF Value Line, its future return will likely be higher. At its current price of $40.88 per share and the market cap of $3.9 billion, Scientific Games stock appears to be significantly overvalued. GF Value for Scientific Games is shown in the chart below.

Scientific Games Stock Is Estimated To Be Significantly Overvalued

Scientific Games Stock Is Estimated

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Tumi Just Collaborated With McLaren on a Collection of Sleek, Sports Car-inspired Luggage

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These days, there’s plenty of stylish, functional luggage on the market, but not many suitcases and travel bags are as sleek and technologically advanced as a luxury sports car, that is, until now. If you’re a fan of fast cars and modern luggage, you’ll be thrilled to learn that Tumi has just collaborated with McLaren on a new collection that includes suitcases, backpacks, duffels, and more travel accessories.

Travel + Leisure spoke with Rob Melville, McLaren’s Automotive Design Director and Victor Sanz, Tumi’s Creative Director, about this new collection and the inspiration behind it. Melville, for example, called the collaboration “a unique opportunity to create the ultimate travel and lifestyle luggage collection for the global citizen; something that encapsulates the ‘performance luxury’ mindset

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Funko Stock Gives Every Indication Of Being Significantly Overvalued

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2 “Strong Buy” Stocks Insiders Are Snapping Up

One strategy for selecting top stocks is to track insider transactions. After all, if insiders are dipping into their own pockets you can imagine it’s because they believe the stock looks compelling. A Harvard study revealed that insider purchases earn “abnormal” returns of more than 6% per year. The authors of the study conclude that insider buyers “have a good feel for near-term developments within their firm.” The advantage of following these insiders isn’t just that they are privy to data which the rest of us don’t necessarily know – it’s also that they are held responsible for their decisions. Company officers can’t just make trading choices based on personal preference or profit. They must account for their choices to board members and shareholders – and that audience wants to make money, too. So, when corporate insiders start buying up stock

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Booking Holdings Stock Is Estimated To Be Significantly Overvalued

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Keep on Buying These 3 EV Stocks, Says Analyst Following Conference

Investors are always on the lookout for the next big thing, the next industry that will bring the great returns. Predicting what stock sector will blast off is an inexact science, at best; but like politics, stocks run downstream from culture. And right now, culture is all-in for clean energy and electric cars. Observing the electric vehicle (EV) stock sector for Colliers Securities is industry expert Michael Shlisky. Shlisky had an opportunity last week to meet virtually with management from numerous EV companies, in Colliers’ Spring Alternative Transportation Conference, giving him a chance to sharpen his view of the sector. EV stocks have dropped significantly in the past six weeks. However, Shlisky believes this “may be the perfect time for investors to test the waters for stocks that may have fallen too far, too fast…” The analyst added,

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