Oasis Petroleum (NYSE: OAS) is an independent exploration and production company. The focus is on the acquisition and development of land unconventional oil and gas resources in the North Dakota and Montana states and the Permian Basin in the Williston Basin.
For the fiscal year ended December 2017, the company’s total revenue was $1.248 billion, an increase of 81.8% from the $687 million in the fiscal year of December 2012, and it said that the five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) was 12.7%.
Analysts predict that Oasis Oil’s total revenue in fiscal year 2022 will reach US$3.012 billion, a five-year compound annual growth rate of 19.3%.
As of Tuesday, March 20, the company’s stock price fell -38.8% compared to last year, and the stock price last fell to $ 8.00. Three separate valuation analysis means there is upside room of 34.7% relative to its current trading price. Wall Street’s target price of $12.43 per share means further gains.
Spirit Airlines Incorporated (NYSE:SAVE) provides low-fare airline services to approximately 60 destinations in the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
For the fiscal year ended December 2017, the airline’s total revenue was US$2.648 billion, which was 100.8% higher than the US$1.318 billion in the December 2012 fiscal year. In addition, Spirit’s revenue growth has been fairly stable from 8.4% to 25.5% over the past five years.
Looking ahead, Wall Street expects that Spirit’s total revenue will reach US$4.508 billion in fiscal year 2022, which represents a compound annual growth rate of 5 years at 11.2%.
Spirit Airlines’ stock fell 13.0% from last year, and finbox.io’s fair value estimate is $62.66 per share, which is calculated from six cash flow models, which means 41.1% upside.
Euronet Worldwide (Nasdaq: EEFT) provides payment and transaction processing and distribution solutions to financial institutions and retailers around the world.
For the fiscal year ending in December 2017, the company’s total revenue was US$2.252 billion, 77.7% higher than the US$1.268 billion in the December 2012 fiscal year, and the five-year compound annual growth rate was 12.2%. Euronet Worldwide’s revenue growth over the past five financial years has steadily been between 6.5% and 17.8%.
Analysts estimate that Euronet Worldwide’s total revenue in fiscal year 2022 will reach US$3.869 billion, equivalent to a compound annual growth rate of 11.4% for five years.
Applying these assumptions to the eight valuation models implies the benefits of shareholders.
As of Tuesday, Euronet Worldwide’s stock currently trades at $86.43 per share, which is only 2.8% higher than last year. However, the intrinsic value estimate of finbox.io indicates that the stock price may rise by 34.1% in the future.
Centene Corp (NYSE:CNC) is a diversified multinational health care company that provides programs and services to under-insured and uninsured individuals in the United States.
As of the latest fiscal year, the company’s total revenue is 48.3 billion US dollars. This is nearly five times higher than the $8.1 billion five years ago.
Looking ahead, analysts predict that by the 2022 financial year, Centene’s total revenue will reach US$87.9 billion, equivalent to a compound annual growth rate of 12.7% for five years.
The company’s stock price rose by 54.2% year-on-year. However, according to Centene’s future cash flow forecast, stock prices may eventually rise by 31.6% in 2018.
It is worth noting that David Tepper, a highly-focused portfolio manager, currently has a $76.5 million position in Centene. Tepper, the founder and portfolio manager of Appaloosa Management, is known for his inspiration from the 2010 Tepper Rally.
Equinix (NASDAQ: EQIX) connects businesses with their customers, employees, and partners through data centers.
For the financial year ended December 2012, the company’s revenue reached US$4.368 billion, an increase of 131.5% over December 2012. During this period, Equinix’s revenue growth ranged from 11.5% to 32.5%.
Wall Street analysts estimate that Equinix’s total revenue in the next five years will continue to grow at an annual rate of 10.1%.
As of Tuesday, Equinix’s stock traded at $414.48 per share, up 9.4% from last year. Fundamentally, the trading price of the company’s stock is 7.0% lower than the valuation of intrinsic value of finbox.io.
II-VI Corporation (NASDAQ:IIVI) provides engineering materials and optoelectronic devices worldwide.
For the fiscal year ending in June 2017, the company’s total revenue reached US$922 million, an increase of 88.2% from the US$516 million in the June 2012 financial year. The II-VI’s revenue growth rate ranges from 6.7% to 24.0% in the past five years.
Looking ahead, Wall Street predicts that by the end of 2022, II-VI’s total revenue will reach 1.839 billion U.S. dollars, equivalent to a five-year compound annual growth rate of 13.6%.
The stock price of the company rose by 23.0% from last year. As of March 20, the final transaction price of the stock was $47.25, and eight separate valuation analyses imply that the stock’s trading price is close to its fair value.