Martin Vlcek
Contrarian, growth at reasonable price, macro, small-cap

DXP Enterprises Will Undergo A Tectonic Shift And Is Currently Undervalued

DXP Enterprises' (NASDAQ:DXPE) stock price rose more than 100 times for the past decade (and no, that's not a typo) from $0.6 per share all the way to the current price of $65 per share. This really is the so-called "100-bagger." More recently, since the low of $10 in 2009, the company's price has increased more than six-fold, or almost doubled every year on average since. Will this strong growth continue?

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My opinion, which I would like to demonstrate in this analysis, is that the company still has room to grow, and it will prove to be an excellent investment. However, although an occasional doubling of its price in future years is not out...

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