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Should You Buy Hyatt Hotels (H) Stock Before It’s Too Late?

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Baron Partners Fund recently published its fourth-quarter commentary – a copy of which can be downloaded here. During the fourth quarter of 2020, the Baron Partners Fund returned 42.87% (institutional shares). In comparison, the benchmark S&P 500 Index was up 12.15%, while the Russell Midcap Growth Index was up 19.02%. You should check out Baron Partners Fund’s top 5 stock picks for investors to buy right now, which could be the biggest winners of 2021.

In the Q4 2020 Investor Letter, the fund highlighted a few stocks and Hyatt Hotels Corp (NYSE:H) is one of them. Hyatt Hotels Corp (NYSE:H) is a hospitality company. In the last three months, Hyatt Hotels Corp (NYSE:H) stock gained 20% and on March 18th it had a closing price of $87.09. Here is what the fund said:

"Global hotelier Hyatt Hotels Corp. contributed to results on investor expectations that travel will increase as several newly developed COVID-19 vaccines work to help bring an end to the pandemic. While it may take time for Hyatt’s business and group customers to return, a strong leisure business is aiding recovery in revenue per available room. Hyatt has also successfully lowered its breakeven occupancy levels by reducing fixed costs and has cut its capital budget to preserve cash. Hyatt’s strong balance sheet is allowing it to weather the pandemic-generated disruption."

Park Hotels & Resorts
Park Hotels & Resorts

Credit: Park Hotels & Resorts

Earlier this month, we published an article revealing that Hyatt Hotels Corp (NYSE:H) was one of the stock picks of billionaire Nicholas Pritzker.

Our calculations showed that Hyatt Hotels Corp (NYSE:H) isn't ranked among the 30 most popular stocks among hedge funds.

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