$105.02 -$1.53 (-1.4%)

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Cimpress N.V. (NASDAQ:CMPR)

CAPS Rating: No stars

Current Price $105.02 Mkt Cap $2.9B
Open $107.37 P/E Ratio 24.69
Prev. Close $105.02 Div. (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Daily Range $104.50 - $107.37 Volume 310,223
52-Wk Range $104.50 - $126.46 Avg. Daily Vol. 287,008

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TMFPencils (99.88)
Submitted August 04, 2015

Wall Street is freaking out that Cimpress is no longer going to provide financial guidance, with the stock falling roughly 20% since that announcement last week. I actually think no longer providing guidance is a good thing. If Buffett doesn't… More

bfaulkner87 (< 20)
Submitted November 17, 2009

Vistaprint (VPRT). Currently trading at about 40x p/e, which, despite the fact that the company is growing its top line quite well, is not going to produce a meaningful return for long-term investors. What's interesting is when you actually take a… More

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Member Avatar OklaBoston (< 20) Submitted: 1/1/2020 7:23:08 PM : Underperform Start Price: $126.01 NASDAQ:CMPR Score: +18.27

Topping out well above the $47.00 I would willingly pay for it.

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Member Avatar TMFPencils (99.88) Submitted: 8/4/2015 1:03:45 PM : Outperform Start Price: $65.87 NASDAQ:CMPR Score: +2.60

Wall Street is freaking out that Cimpress is no longer going to provide financial guidance, with the stock falling roughly 20% since that announcement last week. I actually think no longer providing guidance is a good thing. If Buffett doesn't provide guidance, why should anyone else? I'd rather companies not try to appease Wall Street's short attention span, and instead focused on long-term growth -- exactly what Cimpress is doing.

In a letter to shareholders last week, founder and CEO Robert Keane outlined his vision for the coming decades (not just years or quarters, to Wall Street's disappointment). Keane -- who owns 5.55% of the company today -- is focused on helping Cimpress become the global leader in mass-customization services. Cimpress can reach a level of scale globally (through acquisitions and R&D) that will be very difficult for competitors to match, and Keane's new financial focus for the company is to maximize intrinsic value per share measured by free cash flow per share.

The stock is trading at a P/E of 24 and P/FCF of 16.3, levels it hasn't been at since 2012. Cimpress produced $228.9 million in operating cash flow in fiscal 2015, a record for the company up to this point. That's a compelling valuation for a company with a significant opportunity worldwide, led by a dedicated/invested founder focused on investing for multi-decade growth:

"We see a multi-decade opportunity to become a much larger and more valuable (on a per share basis) global company by driving the transition of personalized products from local job-shop, low-volume, offline suppliers who control the vast majority of very large markets to an online mass customized business model."

I'm impressed with Keane. His letter to shareholders was self-reflective, brutally honest (acknowledging acquisition successes and failures), and unshakably focused on the long-term potential for Cimpress. He also brings an Outsiders-like approach to capital allocation, wanting the company's capital to be allocated wherever it can yield the highest return (whether through acquisitions, buybacks, or R&D, and so forth). Given that he has more at stake ($120 million, to be exact) than any other individual shareholder, I'm betting that the company continues its expansion per Keane's plan and the stock moves past Wall Street's shortsightedness sooner rather than later. I expect the stock will continue to beat the S&P 500 in the coming years. Outperform.

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Member Avatar racoveanul (64.76) Submitted: 6/28/2015 5:35:54 AM : Outperform Start Price: $87.76 NASDAQ:CMPR Score: -38.39

CIMPRESS NV, ticker CMPR, has a TTM ROE calculated by Zacks of 58,42%. It's one of my LONG picks.

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Salukilover

Salukilover (44.48) Score: +430.72

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Member Name Member
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Salukilover 44.48 11/17/2008 Outperform 3Y $12.78 +721.75% +291.03% +430.72 0 Comment
CNBCPC 94.09 12/26/2008 Outperform NS $16.40 +540.37% +286.26% +254.11 0 Comment
Razlin 93.94 12/15/2008 Outperform NS $16.99 +518.13% +278.97% +239.16 0 Comment
Zenvesting 95.88 12/9/2008 Outperform 3Y $17.49 +500.46% +273.33% +227.13 0 Comment
rwandamassacre 99.86 12/22/2008 Outperform NS $18.07 +481.18% +277.76% +203.42 0 Comment
3st3 93.44 1/9/2009 Outperform NS $18.80 +458.62% +267.09% +191.52 0 Comment
devarajchandru 97.37 1/7/2009 Outperform NS $19.67 +433.91% +264.11% +169.80 0 Comment
NikHiaSim 74.28 8/24/2006 Outperform 3Y $24.58 +327.26% +169.47% +157.79 0 Comment
szsmoke < 20 8/29/2006 Outperform 1Y $24.79 +323.64% +168.61% +155.03 0 Comment
dreadpal 46.12 10/6/2006 Outperform 3Y $25.47 +312.33% +158.77% +153.55 0 Comment

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