Cooper Cos.

Cooper Companies is a global medical device company. The company operates through CooperVision and CooperSurgical business units. CooperVision is a manufacturer providing products for contact lens wearers. CooperVision designs its products for astigmatism, presbyopia, myopia, ocular dryness and eye fatigues with a collection of spherical, toric and multifocal contact lenses. CooperVision is engaged in myopia management and specialty eye care markets with products, such as orthokeratology and scleral lenses. CooperSurgical focuses on improving the health of women, babies and families through a portfolio of products and services including medical devices, fertility, diagnostics and contraception.
  • TickerCOO
  • ISINUS2166484020
  • ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
  • SectorHealth Care Equipment & Services
  • CountryUnited States
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Vermilion Short Shots: Technically Vulnerable Stocks

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Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • A number of Restaurant names are staging price and RS reversals or continue to have bullish formations. (ex. CHUY, JACK, CMG) • There are a few healthcare related names that continue to be bright spots and reflect leadership. (ex. CUTR, TFX, BSX, SYK, ADUS, CHE, COO, WST, TRHC, HUM, AMGN, PBH, MRK, and ZTS.) • REITs continue to show leadership characteristics' as many are hitting price and RS highs. (ex. OHI, SBRA, ESS, IRT, and MAA)

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Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • A few Consumer Discretionary names continue to act well. The list is thinning of attractive names though. (ex. FOXF, UEIC, DECK, CHDN, WING, YUM, BOOT, RCI, POOL, DLTR, and AAN) • A number of Health Care Sector names are attractive. (ex. MASI, TFX, CNMD, STE, CRVL, LNTH, HAE, COO, WST, RGEN, ANIK, NEO, and TECH) • Attractive Technology and Services names include: MANH, CDNS, ANSS, AGYS, TTEC, CLGX, MMS, and KBR

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Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • Gold appears to be developing a potential head-and-shoulders bottom. A break above the $128 level would be very bullish. (ex. GLD and GDX) • A number of restaurants are bullishly inflecting, trending up and to the right. (ex. JACK, DIN, SHAK, and YUM) • REIT's continue to be leadership (ex. PSB, HCP, HR, WELL, ARE, ESS, MAA, AMT, CCI, and SBAC)

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Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • Homebuilders and Auto Parts suppliers continue to stage price and RS reversals. • A number of Industrial Manufacturing are in the process of reversing price and RS downtrends or forming bullish bases. • Semiconductors and Semi-Suppliers continue to be leadership with many breaking topside of bases and staging price and RS reversals.

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Valens Equity Insights and Inflections - 2020 06 23

AMKR currently trades at a discount to Uniform assets, with a 0.6x Uniform P/B (V/A'). At these levels, the market is pricing in expectations for Uniform ROA to improve from immaterial levels in 2019 to just 3% through 2024, accompanied by 4% Uniform asset growth going forward. Meanwhile, analysts have similarly muted expectations, projecting Uniform ROA to expand to 3% by 2021, accompanied by 2% Uniform asset shrinkage. That said, management is excited about their cost reduction actions and confident about their long-term growth strategy. Current valuations appear to be pricing in overly bear...

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COO - Embedded Expectations Analysis - 2020 06 16

The Cooper Companies, Inc. (COO:USA) currently trades above recent averages relative to UAFRS-based (Uniform) earnings, with a 28.1x Uniform P/E. At these levels, the market has bullish expectations for the firm, but management may be concerned about MiSight sales growth, pricing pressures, and product launches Specifically, management may have concerns about MyDay lens capacity constraints,the ability of the EMEA region to recover, and the sales impact of coronavirus, namely in South Korea. In addition, they may lack confidence in their ability to sustain CooperVision gross margin and MiSigh...

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Vermilion Short Shots: Technically Vulnerable Stocks

Short Shots is a collection of technically vulnerable charts culled from the Negative Inflecting and Toppy columns within our Weekly Compass report or from various technical screening processes. The charts contained in this report have developed concerning technical patterns that suggest further price deterioration is likely. For these reasons Short Shots can also be a great source of ideas for investors interested in short-selling candidates.

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  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

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