|By Business Wire||
|December 13, 2012 02:47 PM EST||
Next year, investors will see a +20% year-on-year growth in the value of companies looking to break-up a business division according to, Jim Osman, CEO of The Spinoff Report (TSR).
Notably, for all the recent developing interest in Spinoffs; 2012 YTD, it might amaze you to read that the average Global Spinoff has only increased +4% since listing this year to Nov 30th.
Meanwhile, TSR’s top recommended Spinoff stock picks have produced a return of +19% YTD from the Spinoffs that they will have analyzed for clients. Ahead of the market, discovering the fundamental, technical and insider hidden value that potentially sits within each break-up.
“Funds are starting to realize the danger of cheap, untimely and inaccurate research,” states Osman.
“Our 5 Year Track Record defines our value. Funds using cheap research, are buying-in speculative ideas and the carried risk will hurt them in the long-term. That’s why The Spinoff Report was created. To report, analyze and quantify the facts,” he continued.
And there’s a due to be a notable swing in the trend of Sector based companies breaking-up in 2013 according to TSR’s 2013 Global Calendar of Spinoffs. At $656bn, around 54% of next year’s due and potential Spinoffs will spin out of the United States. With European Spinoffs seeing a strong return to activity in the space. More than any other investment research firm, TSR have covered over 60 pure Global Spinoffs.
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