- As a long-term Broadridge investor I am pleased with its FY2017 results and optimistic it will meet its FY2018 projections. Both were released August 10, 2017.
- Broadridge continues to make bolt-on acquisitions to enhance its product/service offering with the Spence Johnson acquisition being the most recent.
- The repurchase of Issued and Outstanding shares and Dividend increase trends continue.
- BR’s shares are very rarely inexpensive but are currently reasonably valued if you use consensus adjusted EPS estimated for FY2018.
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- This Broadridge Financial stock analysis is based on Q3 2017 and 9 month YTD results and forecast for the remainder of the current fiscal year.
- Broadridge Financial continues to grow its business and the NACC acquisition made in mid 2016 is already making significant contributions.
- Adjusted net earnings increased 11% to $0.174B of the current FY compared to $0.156B for the prior year period (9 months).
- Diluted EPS increased 2% to $1.15 compared to $1.13 for the prior year period (9 months).
- Adjusted EPS increased 12% to $1.43 from $1.28 for the prior year period (9 months).
- Trends in Capital Markets, Wealth Management, Asset Management, and Corporate Issuers present significant long-term growth opportunities for BR.
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- This Broadridge Financial (NYSE: BR) stock anlysis is based on Q2 2017 and first half of FY 2017 results released February 8, 2017.
- Broadridge handles proxy voting services for over 90% of public companies and mutual funds in N.A. and processes more than $5T in fixed income and equity trades daily.
- In the first 6 months of FY 2017 revenue has increased 45% from the same period in FY 2016.
- Integration of the NACC business it acquired in mid 2016 is proceeding smoothly.
- Strong total revenue growth, recurring fee revenue growth, and FCF projected for remainder of the year.
- Don’t overlook BR because of its low dividend yield.
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