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Hyatt Hotels Corporation (H) [hlAlert]

Rating:
Underperform
H
down 44.86 %

Realogy Corp (H) rated Underperform by Bernstein

Posted on: Wednesday,  Nov 11, 2009  8:25 AM ET by Bernstein

Bernstein rated Underperform Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) on 11/11/2009, when the stock price was $28.62. Since
then, Hyatt Hotels Corporation has gained 81.38% as of 01/26/2016's recent price of $51.91.
If you would have followed this Bernstein's recommendation on H, you would have lost 44.86% of your investment in 2267 days.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation (Hyatt), formerly Global Hyatt Corporation, is a global hospitality company. The Company operates in three segments: owned and leased hotels, which derives its earnings from owned and leased hotel properties located predominantly in North America but also from limited international locations; North American management and franchising, which derives its earnings from services provided, including hotel management and licensing of its family of brands to franchisees located in the United States, Canada and Caribbean, and international management and franchising, which derives its earnings from services provided, including hotel management and licensing of its family of brands to franchisees located in countries outside of the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. In March 2009, the Company acquired a 30% interest in Hotel Investments, LP, a hospitality venture that owns an interest in a hotel property located in Texas.

A central advantage for Bernstein clients is the ability to harness our highly regarded expertise in investment research and management. Originally known as a value investor, Bernstein has long been known for seeking out stocks with temporarily depressed prices due to unwarranted short-term pessimism about a company’s ability to recover from its current problems. This philosophy is embodied in our flagship Strategic Value portfolio. But since value and growth stocks have alternated leadership—with no clear signal of when one style will give way to the other—we’ve developed a Strategic Growth portfolio that seeks out leading companies whose stock prices don’t fully reflect their companies’ potential for superior earnings growth.
Stock Market Advice
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
11/11/2009 8:25 AM Sell
None
28.62
as of 12/31/2009
1 Week down  -58.34 %
1 Month down  -66.22 %
3 Months down  -60.31 %
1 YTD down  -60.31 %

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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