Bausch Health Cos., Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and market of a range of branded, generic and branded generic pharmaceuticals, medical devices and over-the-counter products. It operates through the following segments: The Bausch + Lomb/International, Branded Rx, and U.S. Diversified Products.
The Bausch + Lomb/International segment consists of the sale of pharmaceutical products, over-the-counter products, and medical devices products. The Branded Rx segment comprises of pharmaceutical products related to the Salix product portfolio; dermatological product portfolio; branded pharmaceutical products, branded generic pharmaceutical products; over-the-counter products; medical device products; Bausch + Lomb products sold in Canada; and the oncology, dentistry, and health products for women. The U.S. Diversified Products segment refers to the sales in the U.S. of pharmaceutical products, over-the-counter products, and medical device products in the areas of ne…
NextEra had good results relative to a group of peers in a factor-based analysis.NextEra has an appealing profitability and income profile.Its price momentum looks decent, with a caveat.Its relatively small size (a small mid-cap) coupled with its industry (renewable energy) further weight the odds that this company could be a strong performer in the future.
The Analysis Overview
I created a portfolio of stocks in the alternative energy sector, looking specifically for companies with a market cap over $1B but less than $4B. This is a sweet spot that offers strong potential for growth but is also substantial enough not to be too speculative.
It's my believe that alternative energy is on the ascendance, where as fossil fuels will inevitably decline (NextEra isn't a pure play in this regard however, natural gas assets are part of its portfolio). If you share this belief and you want exposure to this market, NextEra looks like a good bet.
Twilio, Inc. engages in the provision of communications software, cloud-based platform and services. Its developer-first platform approach consists of programmable communications cloud, super network, and business model for innovators. The company was founded by John Wolthuis, Jeffery G. Lawson, and Evan Cooke.
Number of Employees: 996
Headquarters: San Francisco US
CEO: Jeff Lawson
We'll keep TWLO's business model in mind as we analyze it. They're an enabling company - they provide tools to help other companies deliver on their objectives. They help their customers focus on their core business by providing a robust platform where they can quickly, easily and for less money (presumably) build the ancillary features they need to be successful, namely customer support. They're a B2B business using a SaaS model. They are "developer-centric". I interpret this to mean they are focusing on the developer in their …