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Salisbury Bancorp Inc. Message Board

  • curt.brandt@ymail.com curt.brandt Apr 2, 2014 9:48 PM Flag

    Blue Horseshoe Loves Salisbury Bancorp by Monkey with a Pen

    Company: Salisbury Bancorp (SAL), $27.20, 2 Apr 2014; Recommendation: Scale In
    1. Core Thesis: Small company (46M) market cap and no analyst coverage. Well managed and executes well. Significantly undervalued. Large dividend while waiting for value to be recognized.
    2. Crucial Factors a. Valuation; Likely to continue as a going concern: Yes; Economic franchise: No; WACC: 3.18%; Normalized FCFPS: $3.02; Valuation method: Asset Reproduction Value; Asset Replacement Value: $76.28; b. Potential Upside: $188; c. Valuation Margin of Safety: 226%; d. Certainty: 99%; e. Time: 3 yrs

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • curt.brandt@ymail.com curt.brandt Apr 2, 2014 9:49 PM Flag

      3. Secondary Factors; a. Pristine Balance sheets: 10.4% equity/asset ratio, imputed credit rating AAA; b. Large cash balances: excess cash / share ~$0; c. Good growth prospects: marginal; d. Seasoned Management: CEO w/ company since 2001, e. Large Product Base: full line of standard banking products; f. Large Customer Base: operates in CT, MA, and NY; h. Share Repurchase Program: shares outstanding constant;; i. Insider Buying: none; j. High ROIC that generates FCF: med ROIC, 4.35% vs 3.18% WACC, generates FCF
      4. Hygiene Factors; a. Market Cap: $46M; b. Analysts: 0; c. Bulletin Board Activity: spam and 1 post from a Riverside shareholder in the last 3 months; d. Dividend yield: excellent, 4.1%; e. Main shareholders: Directors, no major institutional shareholders with large positions;

 
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