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Yes they well all right -- a number of big name companies are planning.
Spin offs in the coming months so the question is will these new stocks be a good -- will -- -- stick with their parent company.
Upon -- -- kind of quantitative research at Credit Suisse look.
Into the -- -- off performance over the past seventeen years that's a long time he joins me now with.
His malice is.
When congress -- do spin -- creates or destroy value let's begin now.
-- thank you and good afternoon -- It wouldn't let me stock dividends -- that yes in general spin off create -- value.
And our study for the -- haven't had a -- -- indicates that.
But how -- a lot of investors have to be admitted he wanted to gonna be getting that revenue creation process.
OK so let's you looked of these spin offs over the seventeen years what are some of those things that you noticed -- -- certainly at one thing I noticed that the spin off value dips almost immediately and for how long.
Yes and good observation that spin -- better -- immediately after the announcement date.
And one of the main reason this you know rendered tapes -- the announcement days.
At that the meat company the parent company every part of the index and the spin off.
May not be part of index fell more that people put a manager if he cannot horse farm cannot have an independent any big index David Salant.
Also minutes felt happens.
By some -- and you -- commission had reached then there are intended to -- that so they did get you have that right away.
Also I think -- spin off.
That is less and -- -- And also other thing finally.
As -- and you spin off about definition it is -- not that long history somewhat most people -- -- that.
How does the parent company do.
Generally as you look across not just in the short term but in the long run how -- the performance of the parent company compare with the spin off.
On that of the look at performance -- -- from thirty days.
Don't -- a month after the effective date and Ben and company outperformed in next dry month by about nine point 6%.
So that it -- so that it does create value.
But hey that's that keep in mind that there's a lot of volatility in -- thirty days.
Yeah definitely volatility so how does an investor play this is there is there an ETF that exists for spin off plays.
I'm not or at a penny if I knew there of the media -- few years ago -- I'm I'm pretty sure that doesn't exist right now.
One way to think about the for the investments to look at the this spinoff company.
And they should think about buying this after the announcement date at around five or seven days after the announcement date that's -- it goes on most.
And then reported for about a month end.
And that it -- and expert -- erotic and if you like get me.
So the best -- -- saying to maximize.
Profits hold it for at least twelve months is that what you're saying that's connect.
All right very interesting so we have some spin offs coming up -- up croft spinning off its foods division.
C is spinning off outlet stores and probably -- stalls.
Do you think those are good advise.
And and not let -- didn't do create value MSN.
So you have to be everything you wanted to -- plus other I think you're reminded -- note that this study or sound and enough yes.
Most of them that you're most of the our performance game -- think that that Bubba and -- for the -- about it.
So there is a few hundred vote for this town and yet -- this part of -- a lot of that you even for the front month you're back.
Yep and you have to prepare for that all right so thank you so match up on 'cause Patel of Credit Suisse really appreciate your time thank you.
Thank you ask me.
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