Post-Bankruptcy Stocks

Stocks of public companies that have recently emerged from bankruptcy

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Excerpted from the May 2017 Issue

Post-Chapter 11 Oil & Gas Stocks: Good Assets Freed From Shackles of Debt

Since the start of 2016, over a dozen energy companies have emerged from bankruptcy as public companies. Knowledgeable distressed investors have not been able to soak up this large supply of new post-bankruptcy stocks, leading to their stock prices being even softer than usual. We think many of these post-reorganization oil and gas stocks look like good bargains right now.
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Post-Chapter 11 Oil & Gas Stocks: Good Assets Freed From Shackles of Debt

Excerpted from the May 2017 Issue
Since the start of 2016, over a dozen energy companies have emerged from bankruptcy as public companies. Knowledgeable distressed investors have not been able to soak up this large supply of new post-bankruptcy stocks, leading to their stock prices being even softer than usual. We think many of these post-reorganization oil and gas stocks look like good bargains right now.
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Distressed Investing: How to Handle Emotion & Realize Outsized Gains

As the range of potential outcomes for a distressed security is wide, the path to the endgame is uncertain and the timing can be protracted, it is easy to let your emotions drive your strategy. Once you’ve made the decision to invest, the waiting--doing nothing--is the most difficult part.
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P10 Emerges

P10 Industries Plan Effective

P10 Industries' First Amended Prepackaged Plan of Reorganization became effective, and the Company emerged from Chapter 11 protection.
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Amplify Energy Emerges

Memorial Production Partners Plan Effective

Memorial Production Partners' Second Amended Joint Plan of Reorganization became effective, and the Company emerged from Chapter 11 protection under the name Amplify Energy.
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Distressed Investing: What Happens in a Bankruptcy?

While investing in distressed companies can produce enormous gains, not all distressed companies fully recover. Some slip into bankruptcy, yet this might still produce a positive return for some bondholders. However, in some cases the company has little value at all, and is best sold piecemeal, for scrap, in essence. What happens to your investment then? 
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When companies utilize the Chapter 11 process properly, they can emerge as lean and strong competitors. 

Post-Chapter 11 Oil & Gas Stocks: Good Assets Freed From Shackles of Debt

Since the start of 2016, over a dozen energy companies have emerged from bankruptcy as public companies. Knowledgeable distressed investors have not been able to soak up this large supply of new post-bankruptcy stocks, leading to their stock prices being even softer than usual. We think many of these post-reorganization oil and gas stocks look like good bargains right now. This article highlights several post-Chapter 11 stocks that look particularly attractive, together with a few that narrowly escaped bankruptcy and now offer interesting turnaround potential.
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Energy's Wild Ride--Energy Sector Bankruptcies E-Report

BankruptcyData's Energy Sector Bankruptcies report anticipates that overall Chapter 11 activity will remain at a high level for the foreseeable future. Energy company filings have probably peaked and will gradually decline over the next 12 to 18 months, so the flow of bankruptcies will likely shift toward a more diverse group of industries. In time, this could contribute to an opportunity-rich market for distressed debt and post-reorganization stocks.
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Puerto Rico Government Bankruptcy: Uncertainty But Also Investing Opportunity

Because of special tax law provisions that exempt the territory’s debt from not only federal taxes but also state taxes in every state, the bonds are widely held by investors across the country. Since the legal action is under a new law that has never been tested, there is tremendous uncertainty about how much creditors will recover and how long the process will take, but there may be opportunities for stock investors to profit from the island’s restructuring as well--perhaps with less downside risk than in many of the bonds. We found four public companies based in Puerto Rico that could benefit from stabilization in the island’s finances as well as three major insurance companies with exposure to Puerto Rican debt. Read More.

Market-Beating Profit: The 200+ Club

Turnaround stocks present a unique opportunity for savvy investors to buy in at bargain prices. Take a look at this list of just a few of our purchase recommendations that have realized a return rate of 200% or better:

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* Bristow remains in our active portfolio (currently as a Hold), and 2,320% gain is as of 4/11/17.

Five Struggling Stocks That Will Turn Around

 

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Kiplinger points out that despite the post-election stock market surge, not all stocks have benefited from the uptick: "More than 100 issues in the S&P 500 have fallen in price this year, including dozens that have slumped by more than 10%....Yet these stocks won’t all stay in the dumps forever. Some will mount a comeback in 2017, making it an opportune time to try to identify the best candidates."

 

Quoting George Putnam, Kiplinger details five value opportunities for the new year.

 

Learn more about Putnam's investing success with turnaround stocks.