Booking Holdings, Inc. (BKNG) – Brief Report

Booking is the world’s largest online travel agency by revenue, offering booking services for hotel and vacation rooms, airline tickets, rental cars, restaurant reservations, cruises, experiences, and other vacation packages. The company operates a number of branded travel booking sites, including,, Agoda, OpenTable, and, and has expanded into travel media with the acquisitions of Kayak and Momondo. Transaction fees for online bookings account for the bulk of revenue and profits.

Intuit, Inc. (INTU) – Brief Report

Intuit develops and markets well-known and trusted software products such as QuickBooks for small-business accounting, TurboTax for preparing personal tax returns, and Mint for managing personal finances. The firm is targeting the additional needs of small businesses with payroll and payment processing products in addition to growing its self-employed user base. Intuit was founded in 1983 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Rollins, Inc. (ROL) – Brief Report

Rollins Inc is a provider of pest and termite control services. Rollins offers pest control services and protection against termite damage, rodents, and insects to homes and businesses, including hotels, food service establishments, food manufacturers, retailers, and transportation companies. The company and its wholly-owned subsidiaries offer their services to residential and commercial customers in North America and Australia. In Central America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Asia, the Mediterranean, Europe, Africa, and Mexico, the company operates a franchise system.

PetMed Express, Inc. (PETS)

At $23.50, PETS is undervalued and we recommend a BUY. A combination of short-term guidance misfires and PetSmart’s acquisition of Chewy has caused market-wide panic, float short % to skyrocket, and PETS’ market cap to halve over the past 9 months. A price correction was deserved but the market has overreacted. PETS’ price-implied-expectations (discussed later in detail) indicate a contraction in sales growth and margins that defy rationality.

Booking Holdings, Inc. (BKNG)

At $1,692, Booking Holdings is undervalued and a BUY. The company is expected to continue being a significant participant in the growth of online gross bookings. Building on an extensive network and a unique business model, BKNG is likely to grow revenue between 9-11% over the next 10 years, maintaining a 35% EBIT margin. Given its uncertainty profile, a 25% margin-of-safety is recommended.

Leejam Sports Company – IPO analysis

Leejam Sports Company is a Saudi joint stock company established in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Company operates the largest network of fitness centres in the Middle East and North Africa region under the Fitness Time brand with 112 operational fitness centres in 23 cities in the Kingdom and three cities in UAE. Additionally, 31 fitness centres are under development as of 31 December 2017.