Market Folly has T2 Partners’ presentation to the 7th Annual Value Investing Seminar, in which they discuss three opportunities in BP, which I’ve discussed in the past, MSFT and BUD. Says Jay:
On Anheuser-Busch InBev, T2 Partners says, “you can currently buy BUD with an entry FCF yield of 10% for a business that can probably grow at GDP + inflation for a long time, giving you a long term IRR of at least 15% without any multiple expansion.” We’ve previously covered a separate and specific T2 Partners presentation on BUD worth checking out as well.
Secondly, Tilson and Tongue argue that Microsoft (MSFT) is undervalued. They write, “MSFT’s closing price on 7/12/10: $24.83, so assuming $2.40/share of FY 2011 earnings (midpoint of analysts’ estimates and our own), plus $4 share in cash, here are possible stock prices and returns (plus there’s a 2.1% dividend): 10x multiple = $28 stock = 13% return. 12x multiple = $33 stock = 33% return. 15x multiple = $40 stock = $61% return.” They highlight the company has $4.24 cash per share, shareholder friendly capital allocation (buybacks & dividend), as well as a new product cycle in tow (Microsoft Office, Windows 7, etc). T2 Partners says that the rumors of Microsoft’s demise are greatly exaggerated.