Alert: Negative Investment/Fundamental Signals (9/18/20)-Marriott Vacations Worldwide Cor (NYSE: VAC)


Marriott Vacations Worldwide Cor (NYSE: VAC) has recently experienced extremely meaningful negative changes in investment behavior: the stock’s recent price decline challenged its longer term uptrend, and the stock fell on very heavy volume.

Marriott Vacations Worldwide Cor (NYSE: VAC). Meaningful negative changes in fundamentals have recently occurred: the consensus estimate for December, 2020 decreased significantly, and significant quarterly earnings deceleration occurred.

In light of these highly negative signals we are reviewing our current Overall Rating of F. We would continue to view the shares with caution pending completion of this review in the next several days.


Current PriceTarget Research Rating

With future capital returns forecasted to be in line with the cost of capital, VAC is expected to be Value Creation neutral.

VAC has a current Value Trend Rating of F (Lowest Rating). With this rating, PTR’s two proprietary measures of a stock’s current attractiveness are providing inconsistent signals. VAC has a neutral Appreciation Score of 45 but a very low Power Rating of 11, leading to the Lowest Value Trend Rating.

Recent Price Action

Marriott Vacations Worldwide Cor (NYSE: VAC) stock closed at $92.89 on 9/18/20 after a large decline of -3.2%. Moreover, exceptionally high trading volume at 349% of normal accompanied the decline. Relative to the market the stock has been weak over the last nine months and has declined -3.9% during the last week.

About John Lafferty 84225 Articles
During his career, John has developed valuation and stock rating methodologies, managed institutional portfolios and mutual funds, and provided equity research to institutional investors on thousands of companies. He has been Director of Research at PTR since its inception in 2004.

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