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Raymond James Equity Research employs more than 60 research analysts dedicated to providing insights and context that help investors connect the dots in key industries and across national borders, and make informed investment decisions. They cover over 1,100 companies in nine highly focused industries – consumer, energy, financial services, healthcare, industrial, mining and natural resources, real estate, technology and communications, and transportation – and collaborate to produce detailed supply chain surveys, reports and industry updates.
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Retailing School of Hard Knocks; Resuming Coverage of the Retailing Sectors
Our retailing industry report details our view that the “retail apocalypse” is overstated. Successful retailers have focused their efforts over the last few years on returning to basic retail fundamentals, such as service, merchandising, and living up to their brand promises.
Put Me In Coach! Initiating Coverage of the Athletic Retailing Sector
We believe the Athletic industry is positioned well for a continuation of impressive growth for at least the next decade given a long-term mega-trend toward comfort, health, and wellness.
Lot of Pain but Plenty to Gain; Resuming Coverage of Canadian E&P Operators
Our updated framework for assessing equities in this sector includes an increased focus on sustaining capital across the sector and a heavier emphasis on risk assessment. Longer-term, we believe those companies that can effectively compound capital within the sector will ultimately deliver the strongest returns.
Commercial Real Estate Provider 101
We believe the CRE services industry has undergone a meaningful and positive evolution over the last decade, shifting from transactional business models to delivering a more holistic, outsourced functionality and solutions from business’ real estate needs.
Trash to Cash XI; Assessing 2020 Estimates Using EBITDA Bridges and Free Cash Flow Waterfalls
Our periodic in-depth look at the fundamental factors driving financial results across our Waste and Industrial Services coverage.
Truck Equipment: Shifting Gears From Boom & Bust Pre-Buys to an Underlying Desire for New Equipment
Our in-depth report examines an industry in transition, with high barriers to entry. Our analysis includes the key companies in this sector and an examination of the trends of electrification and autonomous vehicles.
Takeaways from Colorado: Conservative Messaging; No $1,500 Euphoria
Our takeaways from the recent Precious Metals Summit and Denver Gold Forum include that companies will remain focused on developing internal growth pipelines and will likely increase exploration budgets in the coming year. Our report details key themes, including a more prevalent focus on ESG metrics, and links these themes to the companies we cover.
Stars Aligning: Time to Buy the Trees Again
With encouraging U.S. homebuilding statistics and commentary, coupled with material curtailment-related shipment declines, we have conviction that building materials commodity pricing will trend higher in coming quarters. What’s more, this favorable supply/demand dynamic is coinciding with seasonally advantageous timing. Thus, we have updated our outlook for the Forest Products sector accordingly.
3Q IT Survey; Large Enterprise Flu Has Not Spread
Results this quarter continue the trend of a “soft landing” from double-digit growth rates during 2018 for many partners to a tick below as both transactional and data-center-oriented partners saw consistent growth rates.
Survey Shows Increasing Appetite for Food Delivery: Market Share Converging Around Leaders
Our Internet analyst team has updated our online food delivery market survey to judge trends in consumer adoption and key players in the market. We see lower delivery fees and greater restaurant selections as key factors for increasing usage.
IT Supply Chain: 2019 Review and 2020 Outlook
Our annual industry overview details moderating 2019 spending that still outpaced GDP, leading to solid results across the supply chain. We also look at the vendor effect on specialty distribution and the impact of trade wars on the electronic manufacturing services space.
Warren Can Win, Both the Nomination and the White House
While countless external events can and will happen between now and Election Day, we believe that the market under-appreciates Elizabeth Warren’s ability to capture the nomination and win the Presidency. Our commentary details our view that Trump remains the front-runner but also how Warren could win the nomination and examines the corresponding potential market effects.
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