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Small and Midcaps: No Holiday for Portzampark High Five – 08/04/2022 at 08:20


Last month, High Five posted efficiency: +11.1%, in comparison with +9% for the CAC Mid and Small index. (Photo credit score: Adobe Stock – )

While many buyers are on trip or already at the seaside, PortZumpark analysts stay loyal to the place even through the summer season tarpo and have up to date their number of 5 shares, the High Five, since August. Last month, the High Five posted efficiency: +11.1%, in comparison with +9% for the CAC Mid & Small index. All shares within the ballot are up, however efficiency has been pushed by Ipsos (+13.5% over the interval) and particularly Poujoulat (+22.1%).

August is subsequently a possibility to make some changes leaving Ipsos, Pojoulat however Clasquin. Ipsos exits with no imminent information circulation however stays on the docket for Portzampark’s convictions within the second half. Poujoulat leaves a excessive 5, as he has confirmed the expectations positioned on him and Clasquin is taken into account at “near market” worth.

So three new candidates are coming into, or fairly returning: Hexaom, SII and Esker.

Also Read: Small and mid caps: Portzampark clears its excessive fives in July

A fast reminder for buyers not conversant in this choice: it’s equally weighted and reviewed month-to-month. Stocks are chosen utilizing a twin strategy: wonderful fundamentals and quick-time period market potential. Free float have to be greater than 10 million euros. Detailed assessment of this summer season’s excessive fives.

Escort: Buy with a goal worth of 191 euros

For analyst Nicholas Riot, Esker is a GARP worth, which stands for progress at an affordable worth, a progress worth however at an affordable worth. The writer of doc dematerialization options confirmed its targets, particularly an working margin of 12 to fifteen%. Portzampark expects first-half working revenue of 11.7 million euros, up 28%. The share is valued at three-quarter excessive with an EV/CA ratio (enterprise worth over turnover) estimated at 4.9 for 2022 and 4.2 for 2023.

Next occasion: 14 September 1st half outcomes

Hexaom: Buy with a goal worth of EUR 46

On a extra difficult be aware, ought to we be anxious about ex-Maisons France Confort? Analyst Arnaud Despré does not suppose so. So sure, developer orders fell within the first half, be it quantity or worth. But Portzampark has calculated that. Even within the worst case situation (revenue from non-public home building is 12% decrease with an working margin of two.5% implying steady fastened prices and the bottom within the final ten years), working revenue can be solely 4.6% decrease than in 2021 and 20.9% greater than in 2020. Managed by the group Thanks for the variability.

Next occasion: Q2 earnings on August 4

Roche Bobois: Reinforce with goal worth of 40 euros

The world chief in excessive-finish furnishings retains its place within the High Five and the goal worth is raised from 36 to 40 euros. There isn’t any main change in analyst reasoning with exercise visibility in 2023, a margin pushed by constructive change charge results with the North American market and a nonetheless “assured” place for future releases.

Next Event: 29 September First Half Results

ReWorld Media: Buy with a goal worth of EUR 10.30

Another worth to excessive 5, Reworld Media is having begin to the yr and the acquisition of Unifi and its 12 reference manufacturers (together with Aufeminine, Doctissimo or Gamecult) is taken into account promising.

Next Event: twenty first September First Half Results

SII: Buy with a goal worth of EUR 54.20

SSII “has a really sustainable dynamic” and its comparable publications at the tip of July “testify to intact demand from clients regardless of the context”. For analyst Maxence Dhoury, first-half progress will stay in double digits regardless of a really demanding foundation for comparability. The evaluation stays cheap “in a scenario which could be very more likely to come up”. extender…

Next occasion: Q1 earnings on August 10.

Laurent Grassin (redaction@boursorama.fr)

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