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Should You Consider Investing in Summit Materials (SUM)?

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Weitz Investment Management, an investment management firm, published its “Hickory Fund” first quarter 2021 investor letter – a copy of which can be downloaded here. A return of +8.71% was recorded by the fund in the first quarter of 2021, outperforming its Russell Midcap benchmark that delivered an +8.14% return. You can view the fund’s top 5 holdings to have a peek at their top bets for 2021.

Weitz Investment Management, in its Q1 2021 investor letter, mentioned Summit Materials, Inc. (NYSE: SUM), and shared their insights on the company. Summit Materials, Inc. is a Denver, Colorado-based construction materials company that currently has a $3.8 billion market capitalization. Since the beginning of the year, SUM delivered a 64.54% return, extending its 12-month gains to 137.19%. As of May 21, 2021, the stock closed at $33.04 per share.

Here is what Weitz Investment Management has to say about Summit Materials, Inc. in its Q1 2021 investor letter:

"Beyond the benefit of 'reopening,' gains were led by companies experiencing positive, company-specific developments. Summit Materials shares rallied as the market began to anticipate how the new presidential administration’s infrastructure plans may result in healthy incremental demand for years to come."

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Our calculations show that Summit Materials, Inc. (NYSE: SUM) does not belong in our list of the 30 Most Popular Stocks Among Hedge Funds. As of the end of the first quarter of 2021, Summit Materials, Inc. was in 32 hedge fund portfolios, compared to 31 funds in the fourth quarter of 2020. SUM delivered a 31.53% return in the past 3 months.

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