Building up an investment case requires looking at a stock holistically. Today I’ve chosen to put the spotlight on Two Harbors Investment Corp (NYSE:TWO) due to its excellent fundamentals in more than one area. TWO is a company with a a strong track record of performance, trading at a great value. Below, I’ve touched on some key aspects you should know on a high level. If you’re interested in understanding beyond my high-level commentary, read the full report on Two Harbors Investment here.
Solid track record and good value
TWO delivered a bottom-line expansion of 17.25% in the prior year, with its most recent earnings level surpassing its average level over the last five years. Not only did TWO outperformed its past performance, its growth also exceeded the Mortgage REITs industry expansion, which generated a -0.57% earnings growth. This is what investors like to see! TWO’s share price is trading at below its true value, meaning that the market sentiment for the stock is currently bearish. Investors have the opportunity to buy into the stock to reap capital gains, if TWO’s projected earnings trajectory does follow analyst consensus growth, which determines my intrinsic value of the company. Compared to the rest of the mortgage reits industry, TWO is also trading below its peers, relative to earnings generated. This further reaffirms that TWO is potentially undervalued.
For Two Harbors Investment, I’ve compiled three essential factors you should further research:
- Future Outlook: What are well-informed industry analysts predicting for TWO’s future growth? Take a look at our free research report of analyst consensus for TWO’s outlook.
- Financial Health: Is TWO’s operations financially sustainable? Balance sheets can be hard to analyze, which is why we’ve done it for you. Check out our financial health checks here.
- Other Attractive Alternatives : Are there other well-rounded stocks you could be holding instead of TWO? Explore our interactive list of stocks with large potential to get an idea of what else is out there you may be missing!
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