Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Support.Com's Price Is Far Too Low

In today's frothy market, it's not easy to find US companies trading at P/E ratios below 6. But after the giant plunge in Support.com's (SPRT) share price over the last few weeks, that's precisely where shares of SPRT sit on an ex-cash basis. The dramatic decline in Support.com's share price offers investors an opportunity to pay little for a company with a lot of potential.Read more...


Anonymous said...

Saj, thanks for this write-up. I was able to research and take a position before today's run up in the price.

In case it catches your interest for a future post, Ralph Lauren Corp. may be worthy of consideration, as a Buffett/Fisher-style value candidate. Although, recent changes in ownership structure require some careful consideration.

Hope you're doing well.


Unknown said...

Hi Saj,

I hope you are doing fine.

I was wondering if it would be possible to recover the original post. I read it and printed it out to do additional analysis. However, I am not able to find that copy with my notes anymore. I know it's now on Seeking Alpha Pro, but unfortunately I am not a member.

I would be great if it is possible. After today's results, I wanted to review all the information regarding the company.

Anyhow, I hope you are doing well.


Saj Karsan said...

Hi Joris,

I would like to help, but unfortunately I don't own this content, so I'm not at liberty to do so.

Anonymous said...

Vertex Opportunities Fund Reports 3.8% Stake In Support.Com as of September 24, 2015.


Your thoughts?