FOCS - Focus Financial Partners Inc.

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Previous Close30.33
Open29.97
Bid29.81 x 1300
Ask29.85 x 800
Day's Range29.55 - 30.03
52 Week Range22.61 - 49.52
Volume196,394
Avg. Volume263,630
Market Cap2.291B
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)162.84
EPS (TTM)0.18
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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1y Target Est41.00
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  • The 7 Best Stocks to Buy From the IPO ETF
    InvestorPlaceyesterday

    The 7 Best Stocks to Buy From the IPO ETF

    The IPO market in 2019's been a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde affair with some well-known unicorns such as Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) and Uber (NYSE:UBER) disappointing investors while others like PagerDuty (NYSE:PD) and Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) have exceeded investor expectations. It's never been easy separating the good IPOs from the bad ones. You never know how a stock is going to perform once it's trading in the secondary markets. However, there are two ETFs available to help investors take advantage of the IPO phenomenon on a long-term basis. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsOf the two, the First Trust U.S. Equity Opportunities ETF (NYSEARCA:FPX) is the larger ETF with total net assets of $1.1 billion. However, it is the tiny Renaissance IPO ETF (NYSEARCA:IPO) at $42 million in total assets that has a more appropriate methodology for finding the best stocks to buy. That's because IPO primarily adds new stocks on a quarterly basis -- though it can make fast-track additions if the offering is large enough as was the case with Lyft, while FPX adds IPO stocks after the sixth day of trading, which means in the case of Beyond Meat, that the fund is buying shares at hugely inflated prices.The other difference is that FPX holds for four years while IPO kicks IPO stocks out after two years. In my experience, the best time to buy IPO stocks is between 12-24 months after going public. * 7 Safe Stocks to Buy for Anxious Investors So, based on the holdings of IPO, I've selected the seven best stocks to buy for the long haul. VICI Properties (VICI)Source: Shutterstock VICI Properties (NYSE:VICI) is a real estate investment trust that was spun off from Caesars Entertainment (NYSE:CZR) in October 2017. VICI went public on January 31, 2018, at $20 a share. Its first-day return was 4.5%. Since its IPO, VICI shares are up 11.5% through May 15. What's to like about the experiential and gaming real estate portfolio?First, it has a 100% occupancy rate with its tenants (Caesars, Harrah's, etc.) on triple-net leases. That means the tenants pay for all the upkeep on the properties. Secondly, it has a diversified group of revenue streams. Although gaming accounts for 51% of its overall revenue, it gets another 19% from hotel rooms, 18% from food and beverage, and 12% from management fees, etc. I know what you're thinking. VICI is the asset-heavy castoff from Caesars. Caesars keeps the operating contracts and VICI is stuck with assets that are near-impossible to convert from a casino operation should the business go sourThe fact is, VICI's properties generate some of the highest adjusted funds from operations (AFFO) yields in real estate at 6.3%Furthermore, it's got excellent non-gaming external growth opportunities ahead of it to tap into an ongoing desire by consumers to spend on experiences rather than things. Sixteen months into its IPO, it's underperformed. That lack of performance won't last forever. In the meantime, enjoy the 5.1% yield. Roku (ROKU)Source: Roku If you're a cord cutter, you probably are familiar with Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU), the company behind the Roku Channel and its streaming platform that brings together consumers, content publishers, and advertisers for mutual benefit. Roku went public in September 2017 at $14 a share. Its first-day return was 67.9%; its total return since its IPO is 495.3%. I'm not usually a fan of stocks that aren't profitable, but Roku's got a pathway to profitability that's sure to make IPO investors even more money than they've already made. Roku makes money in three ways: advertising, licensing fees from Smart TV makers who license the Roku operating system, and from the sale of streaming players. This trifecta of growth is what's got me so darn excited about its future. I recently stated that an analysts prediction Roku's stock price could triple over the next five years wasn't as crazy as it sounded. That's because Roku continues to grow its user base and hours streamed by 40% or more a quarter. * 5 Great Tech ETFs That Aren't the XLK In my opinion, Roku's got an excellent shot at hitting $200 within the next 2-3 years. It's got that good a business model. Ceridian HCM (CDAY)Source: Shutterstock Although I said in the intro that it's virtually impossible to know how a stock's going to perform in the secondary markets, I had a real strong feeling about Ceridian HCM (NYSE:CDAY) when it went public in April 2018 at $22 a share. Up 41.9% in its first day of trading and 128.0% since its IPO, I recommended CDAY within a week of the human capital management software company selling shares to the public. "Dayforce has over 3,000 customers who pay a per-employee, per month (PEPM) subscription with an initial term of 3-5 years. If the customer grows headcount, Dayforce wins," I wrote May 7, 2018. "Dayforce has grown its cloud revenue by more than 60% on a compounded basis over the past five years. I see it as one of the best up-and-coming stocks to own on the NYSE."Fast forward to the end of Ceridian's Q1 2019 results that it released May 1, and Dayforce now has 3,851 customers, a 28% increase in less than a year. As it continues to build market share in North America and beyond, I expect its profitability will increase dramatically. CEO David Ossip is Canadian (as am I) so I'm biased about his leadership capabilities. However, if you read up on the Toronto resident, you'll find out he's the real deal. Focus Financial Partners (FOCS)Source: Shutterstock If you've owned shares of wealth-management consolidator Focus Financial Partners (NASDAQ:FOCS) since it went public last July at $33, I feel your pain. That's because FOCS made 13.8% on its first day of trading but has given it all back and then some -- down 3.0% in the 11 months since its IPO. The biggest problem with consolidating independent wealth management firms is that you can pay the right price when making an acquisition but lose ground anyway due to market corrections, slowing economies, etc., which lowers the assets under management and by extension the fees you charge as a result. Therefore, you can acquire the smartest money managers in the world, and still lose."Organic revenue growth(1) was 7.7%, which when compared to the prior year quarter, was impacted by the effect of the markets, primarily equities and fixed income, decline in the 2018 fourth quarter and the advanced billing structure utilized by certain of our partner firms," Focus stated in its Q1 2019 press release. "Based on our M&A momentum and the general recovery in the financial markets, our organic revenue growth for the second quarter of 2019 is expected to be above 10%, demonstrating the resiliency of our business model."I believe the consolidation of independent registered investment advisor (RIA) firms is only in the early stages. That being said, if you do buy shares in FOCS, be less concerned about M&A and more concerned about organic growth. Watch that number like a hawk. * 7 Stocks to Buy for Over 20% Upside Potential That's because in 3-5 years, the music will stop, and you don't want to be left without a chair. Dropbox (DBX)Source: Shutterstock So many IPOs go public each year it's hard to remember when some of the better-known issues listed their shares. Take Dropbox (NASDAQ:DBX), the web-based cloud storage and collaboration platform. I could have sworn it was the granddaddy amongst the seven stocks I've recommended. No, that title goes to Roku, which went public in the fall of 2017. Dropbox's IPO was March 22, 2018, at $21 a share. On its first day of trading, DBX shares gained 35.6%. However, since then, investors haven't been nearly as enthusiastic about its stock. It's up only 8.6% in the almost 14 months it's been trading on NASDAQ.It's not unusual for IPO shares to lose ground after a robust first-day return. According to UBS head of asset allocation Jason Draho, the average first-day return is 18%, followed by six months of underperformance relative to the broader markets. Furthermore, as I often point out when discussing IPOs, you can often buy shares of an IPO for less than its original price within 12-24 months of going public. Dropbox announced its Q1 2019 results May 9 and they were solid across the board. However, DBX dropped perilously close to falling below $21, the price at which it went public. This is one stock where I'd buy a little now and wait to see if it falls below $21 in the next 3-6 months. Zoom Video (ZM)One of the Best Stocks Class of 2019, Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ:ZM) went public on April 17 at $36 a share. It was an immediate hit with investors gaining 72.2% in its first day of trading and is up 121.6% through May 15, an annualized total return of almost 1,500%. Yikes.I had never heard of the company until I read a Yahoo Finance story by Brian Sozzi about CEO Eric Yuan. In it, he talks about how Zoom would always leave money on the table when obtaining funding from VC investors so that long-term everyone would win. In case you're not familiar with Zoom, it provides outstanding video conferencing technology to companies on a monthly subscription basis. The subscription economy continues to gain traction, so the IPO timing was good on Yuan's part. However, it is the fact that Yuan left Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) in 2011 to create better video conferencing technology than the giant networking company offered, that makes this IPO a must own. And, let's not forget it's one of the few Class of 2019 IPOs that makes money. Spotify (SPOT)Source: Spotify I don't know if it's a coincidence, but Spotify (NYSE:SPOT) went public on April 3, 2018, at $132 a share. Its first-day return was a respectable 12.9%. However, its total return through May 15 is 3.4%, 520 basis points worse than Dropbox, whose IPO was two weeks earlier. Unless you've been living on Mars, you're likely familiar with the global music streaming service. At the end of April, it announced its Q1 2019 results that included a 26% year over year increase in active monthly users to 217 million and a 32% increase in premium subscribers to 100 million. Of greater importance is the fact it generated $173 million in free cash flow, 134% higher than in the same quarter a year earlier. While it's best known for streaming music, it is the work it's doing for podcasters that's got my attention. Between launching Spotify for Podcasters last October and Soundtrap for Storytellers on May 14, the company's capturing a potentially lucrative secondary market from its original business idea. * 10 Names That Are Screaming Stocks to Buy Like Dropbox, I see it plodding away at its business until economies of scale force investors to take notice. Until then you're paying about the same valuation for its stock as you would have a year ago, but you're getting a much stronger company from a financial perspective. At the time of this writing Will Ashworth did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 Safe Stocks to Buy for Anxious Investors * 4 Tech Stocks Looking Vulnerable * Should You Buy, Sell, Or Hold These 7 Hot IPO Stocks? Compare Brokers The post The 7 Best Stocks to Buy From the IPO ETF appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • GlobeNewswire2 days ago

    Williams, Jones & Associates to Join Focus as a New Partner Firm

    NEW YORK, May 21, 2019 -- Focus Financial Partners Inc. (NASDAQ: FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, announced today that.

  • More than half of millennials in their 30s still banking on Mom and Dad
    Yahoo Finance6 days ago

    More than half of millennials in their 30s still banking on Mom and Dad

    According to a recent study, more than half of older millennials are still banking on Mom and Dad for up to a third of their monthly expenses.

  • GlobeNewswire6 days ago

    Lodestar Investment Counsel to Join Focus Partner Firm Bartlett & Co. Wealth Management

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement under which Lodestar Investment Counsel, LLC (“Lodestar”), a registered investment adviser based in Chicago, Illinois, will join Focus partner firm Bartlett & Co. Wealth Management LLC (“Bartlett”). The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of 2019, subject to customary closing conditions.

  • GlobeNewswire9 days ago

    Hines & Warner Wealth Management to Join Focus Partner Firm Vista Wealth Management Group

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement under which Hines & Warner Wealth Management, LLC (“Hines Warner”), a leading registered investment adviser located in Portland, Oregon, will join Focus partner firm Vista Wealth Management Group, LLC (“Vista”). Vista is headquartered in Palo Alto, California with offices in San Francisco, Pleasanton, Santa Monica and Scottsdale. Founded by Earl Hines and Greg Warner in 2007, Hines Warner provides comprehensive financial planning and investment management services to high net worth families and individuals nationwide.

  • Focus Financial Partners Inc (FOCS) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool13 days ago

    Focus Financial Partners Inc (FOCS) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    FOCS earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.

  • GlobeNewswire16 days ago

    Catamount Management Group to Join Focus Partner Firm Crestwood Advisors Group

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement under which Catamount Management Group, LLC (“Catamount”) will join Focus partner firm Crestwood Advisors Group, LLC (“Crestwood”). Founded in 2003 by Louis Albanese, Catamount is a registered investment advisor based in Westport, Connecticut.

  • GlobeNewswire17 days ago

    Stevens First Principles Investment Advisors to Join Focus Partner Firm Benefit Financial Services Group

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, announced today that it has entered into a definitive transaction agreement under which Stevens First Principles Investment Advisors (“Stevens First”), a leading registered investment advisor based in Newport Beach, California, will join Focus partner firm Benefit Financial Services Group (“BFSG”). BFSG has offices in Irvine, California and Phoenix, Arizona, and the Stevens First team will ultimately join the Irvine office.

  • Did Hedge Funds Drop The Ball On Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) ?
    Insider Monkey23 days ago

    Did Hedge Funds Drop The Ball On Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) ?

    You probably know from experience that there is not as much information on small-cap companies as there is on large companies. Of course, this makes it really hard and difficult for individual investors to make proper and accurate analysis of certain small-cap companies. However, well-known and successful hedge fund managers like Jeff Ubben, George Soros […]

  • GlobeNewswire27 days ago

    Lake Mary Wealth Management, LLC To Join Focus Partner Firm Buckingham Strategic Wealth

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, announced today that Focus partner firm Buckingham Strategic Wealth (“Buckingham”) has entered into a definitive agreement under which Lake Mary Wealth Management, LLC (“Lake Mary”) will join Buckingham. Lake Mary is a fee-only registered investment advisor located in Maitland, Florida.

  • GlobeNewswire28 days ago

    Focus Financial Partners To Release 2019 First Quarter Results On May 9th

    NEW YORK, April 25, 2019 -- Focus Financial Partners Inc. (Nasdaq: FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, today announced.

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    Focus Financial Partners Selects HiddenLevers to Create Next Generation Business Intelligence Platform Specifically Designed for Fiduciaries

    NEW YORK, March 25, 2019 -- Focus Financial Partners Inc. (NASDAQ: FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, announced today.

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    Skeet Kaye Hopkins to Join Focus Partner Firm Gelfand, Rennert & Feldman; Transaction Will Increase Focus’ Partner Firm Presence in the U.K.

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, today announced that London-based Skeet Kaye Hopkins (“SKH”) has agreed to join forces with Focus partner firm Gelfand, Rennert & Feldman, LLC (“GR&F”), a Los Angeles-based multifamily office and business management firm. This transaction will allow SKH to leverage GR&F’s resources, enabling the SKH team to enhance the service offerings to their clients by providing U.S.-based expertise in multifamily office services, business management and tax services. This transaction further enhances GR&F’s clients’ experience by providing them with accessibility to multifamily office and business management services in the U.K.

  • Focus Financial Partners Inc (FOCS) FY 2019 Earnings Conference Call Transcript
    Motley Fool2 months ago

    Focus Financial Partners Inc (FOCS) FY 2019 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

    FOCS earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    Steinberg Global Asset Management to Join Focus Partner Firm The Colony Group; Matthew F. Massingale to Join Focus Partner Firm Summit Wealth Advisors

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, today announced that it has entered into definitive transaction agreements on behalf of two of its partner firms. Under the first agreement, Steinberg Global Asset Management, Ltd. will join Focus partner firm The Colony Group, LLC (“Colony”). Under the second, Matthew F. Massingale will join Focus partner firm Summit Financial Wealth Advisors, LLC (“Summit”).

  • T. Rowe Price (TROW) CEO's Compensation for 2018 Up 12%
    Zacks2 months ago

    T. Rowe Price (TROW) CEO's Compensation for 2018 Up 12%

    T. Rowe Price (TROW) increases CEO William J. Stromberg's 2018 compensation based on higher revenues and rise in earnings.

  • Will Focus Financial Partners Continue to Surge Higher?
    Zacks3 months ago

    Will Focus Financial Partners Continue to Surge Higher?

    As of late, it has definitely been a great time to be an investor in Focus Financial.

  • GlobeNewswire3 months ago

    Neuman + Associates Joins Focus Firm NKSFB

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, today announced that Neuman + Associates (“N+A”), a full-service, multifamily office and business management firm headquartered in Encino, California, has joined Focus partner firm NKSFB, LLC (“NKSFB”), a Los Angeles-based multifamily office and business management firm. This transaction will allow N+A to tap into NKSFB’s infrastructure and platform, enabling the N+A team to focus more on servicing clients.

  • GlobeNewswire3 months ago

    Joseph Feliciani, Jr. Joins Focus Financial Partners Board of Directors

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, today announced that Joseph Feliciani, Jr., former Chief Operating Officer of Finance and Chief Accounting Officer for BlackRock, has been elected to Focus’ board of directors and will serve on its audit committee, effective in each case as of April 1, 2019. Feliciani is a senior finance executive with 40 years of leadership experience in the financial services industry. During his 20-year tenure with BlackRock, Feliciani built and oversaw a world-class global finance capability.

  • GlobeNewswire3 months ago

    Focus Financial Partners To Present At The Raymond James 40th Annual Institutional Investors Conference

    NEW YORK, Feb. 27, 2019 -- Focus Financial Partners Inc. (Nasdaq: FOCS) (“Focus” or the “Company”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms,.

  • GlobeNewswire3 months ago

    Bullard, McLeod and Associates To Join Focus Firm Atlas Private Wealth Management

    Focus Financial Partners Inc. (FOCS) (“Focus”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms, today announced that a definitive agreement has been entered into under which Bullard, McLeod and Associates, Inc. (“BMA”) will join existing Focus partner firm Atlas Private Wealth Management, LLC (“Atlas”). Bullard, McLeod and Associates, Inc. (“BMA”) is an independent investment management firm based in Albany, New York.

  • GlobeNewswire3 months ago

    Focus Financial Partners Reports 2018 Fourth Quarter and Full Year Results

    Record Year with Revenue Growth of 37.4% Exceeded 20% Annual Revenue Growth Target for the Third Consecutive Year NEW YORK, Feb. 21, 2019 -- Focus Financial Partners Inc..

  • ACCESSWIRE3 months ago

    Focus Financial Partners, Inc. Class A to Host Earnings Call

    NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / February 21, 2019 / Focus Financial Partners, Inc. Class A (NASDAQ: FOCS ) will be discussing their earnings results in their 2018 Fourth Quarter Earnings to be held on February ...

  • GlobeNewswire3 months ago

    Focus Financial Partners Appoints Tina Madon as Senior Vice President and Head of Investor Relations & Corporate Communications

    NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2019 -- Focus Financial Partners Inc. (NASDAQ: FOCS) (“Focus” or the “Company”), a leading partnership of independent, fiduciary wealth management firms,.