Harman International Industries (HAR +9%) pushes to the top of the S&P leader board after...


Harman International Industries (HAR +9%) pushes to the top of the S&P leader board after investment firm Relational Investors and California State Teachers' Retirement System buy ~3.9M shares, saying they view the stock as "undervalued."
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  • Angel Martin
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    since harman gets something like 70% of its revenues from europe it is highly exposed to both currency risk and eurozone recession risk.

     

    if you think everything in europe is going to be cool, it might be argued that it is undervalued...

     

    that's a high risk assumption in my book.
    14 Oct 2011, 04:18 PM Reply Like
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