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Hot Low Price Stocks For 2021: TransUnion(TRU)

TransUnion, formerly TransUnion Holding Company, Inc., incorporated on February 15, 2012, is a risk and information solutions provider to businesses and consumers. The Company operates through three segments: US Information Services (USIS), International and Consumer Interactive. Businesses embed the Company’s solutions into their process workflows to acquire new customers, assess consumer ability to pay for services, identify cross-selling opportunities, measure and manage debt portfolio risk, collect debt, verify consumer identities and investigate potential fraud. Consumers use its solutions to view their credit profiles and access analytical tools that help them understand and manage their personal information and take precautions against identity theft. The Company has operations across various industry verticals, including financial services, insurance and healthcare. The Company has presence in over 30 countries across North America, Africa, Latin America and Asia.

The Company obtains financial, credit, alternative credit, identity, bankruptcy, lien, judgment, insurance claims, automotive and other information from an average of approximately 90,000 data sources, including financial institutions, private databases and public records repositories. The Company refines, standardizes and enhances this data using algorithms to create databases. The Company’s analytics know-how includes its tools, such as predictive modeling and scoring, customer segmentation, benchmarking and forecasting. The Company’s decisioning capabilities, which are delivered on a software-as-a-service platform, allow businesses to interpret data and apply their qualifying criteria to make decisions, and take action with respect to their customers. The Company’s data, analytics and decisioning capabilities collectively allow businesses to authenticate the identity of consumers, determine the products for consumers, retain and cross-sell to existing consumers, identify and acquire new consumers, and manage loss from! fraud. The Company’s capabilities also allow consumers to see how their credit profiles have changed over time, understand the impact of financial decisions on their credit scores and manage their personal information, as well as to take precautions against identity theft.

US Information Services

The Company’s USIS segment provides consumer reports, risk scores, analytical services and decisioning capabilities to businesses. The USIS segment leverages its data assets, data matching expertise and predictive analytics to develop and deliver solutions across various vertical markets. Its credit database contains the name and address of all of the United States credit-active population, a listing of their existing credit relationships and their timeliness in repaying debt obligations. The information in its database is provided by various credit-granting institutions and other data furnishers. The Company also sources information from courts, government agencies and other public records, including suits, liens, judgments, bankruptcies, professional licenses, real property, vehicle ownership, other assets, driver violations, criminal records and contact information.

The Company’s Online Data Services encompass services delivered in real-time, using both credit and public record datasets. These services include credit reports and predictive scores delivered to businesses to help them assess the risk of consumers seeking to access credit or insurance. The Company also provides online reports that link public record datasets for businesses that seek to locate consumers or specific assets, or investigate relationships among consumers, businesses and locations. The Company also provides online services to help businesses manage fraud and authenticate a consumer’s identity when they initiate a new business relationship. Its fraud database, which is updated daily and contains data elements, such as addresses and Social Security numbers from various sources that alert business! es to ide! ntities associated with known or suspected fraudulent activity. The Company provides portfolio review services, which are periodic reviews of its customers’ existing accounts, to help its customers develop cross-selling offers to their existing customers and monitor and manage risk in their existing consumer portfolios. The Company also provides trigger services, which are daily notifications of changes to a consumer profile.

The Company’s software-as-a-service offerings include a range of platforms that help businesses interpret data and predictive model results and apply their customer-specific criteria to facilitate real-time automated decisions at the time of customer interaction. The Company’s customers use Decision Services to evaluate business risks and opportunities, including those associated with new consumer credit and checking accounts, insurance applications, account collection, patient registrations and apartment rental requests. The Company’s AdSurety digital marketing capabilities allow banks to deliver personalized messages on the Internet.

The Company competes with Equifax, Experian, LexisNexis, FICO, Solera, Verisk, Emdeon, IMS Health, Inovalon, Trizetto, LifeLock and CSIdentity.

International

The International segment provides services similar to its USIS segment to businesses in select regions outside the United States. Depending on the maturity of the credit economy in each country, the Company’s services include credit reports, analytics and decisioning services and other value-added risk management services. The Company also has insurance, business and automotive databases in select geographies. These services are offered to customers in a range of industries, including financial services, insurance, automotive, collections and communications, and are delivered through both direct and indirect channels. The International segment also provides consumer services similar to those offered by its Consumer Interactive segment to help ! consumers! manage their personal finances. The Company’s approximately two market groups in the International segment include Developed Markets and Emerging Markets.

The Company offers online data services, marketing services and decision services in Canada and Hong Kong. The Company operates across various verticals in Canada with positions in insurance, collections and automotive, and a presence in financial services. Its Canadian customer base encompasses various companies in verticals, including banks, credit card issuers, insurance companies and automotive manufacturers. The Company is a primary supplier of data and value-added solutions to the banks in Hong Kong. The Company also provides online data services, marketing services and decision services in emerging markets, such as South Africa, Brazil, India and other countries in the Africa, Latin America and Asia Pacific regions.

The Company is diversified and serves a range of industries through traditional consumer credit reporting services, insurance solutions, auto information solutions, commercial credit information services and consumer solutions in South Africa. The Company also has presence in Kenya, Namibia, Swaziland, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia, Rwanda, Malawi and Uganda. The Company has operations in several Central and South American countries, including a presence in the Dominican Republic and an interest in Trans Union de Mexico, S.A., the primary credit-reporting agency in Mexico. In Guatemala, the Company maintains a centralized database that services Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The Company also own ZipCode, which is an alternative database in Brazil with information on over 190 million consumers and approximately 30 million companies, and is an industry data source for collections and marketing.

The Company owns or has access to various non-credit data sources that the Company uses to enhance its solutions. The Company offers a range of risk and information solutions across the cre! dit life ! cycle for banks, telecommunication companies and insurance companies. Its range of offerings includes analytics and decisioning solutions that enable its customers to make decisions. Along with its business solutions, the Company also offers online credit scores and reports to consumers, and is in the process of building additional capabilities in the consumer interactive area. Its operations in Asia Pacific include markets, such as Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, China and the Philippines. The Company also has a presence in China, where the Company provides consulting on fraud and authentication solutions to financial institutions.

The Company competes with Equifax and Experian.

Consumer Interactive

The Company’s Consumer Interactive segment offers solutions that help consumers manage their personal finances and take precautions against identity theft. Services in this segment include credit reports and scores, credit monitoring, fraud protection and resolution, and financial management. Its products are provided through online and mobile interfaces, which are supported by educational content and customer support. The Company’s Consumer Interactive segment serves consumers through both direct and indirect channels. The Company offers services directly to consumers, primarily on a subscription basis through Websites and mobile applications. Its product features include credit reports, credit scores and analysis, alerts to changes in credit information, debt analysis, identity protection services, insurance scores and the ability to restrict third-party access to a consumer’s TransUnion credit report. The Company also offers its services to business partners who combine them with their own or other branded services to be offered as a bundle to consumers, governmental agencies and businesses in support of fraud or credit protection, credit monitoring, identity authentication, insurance or credit underwriting, and collections. The Company has a range of products and se! rvices th! at include many of the product features, education content and customer support offered in its direct channel.

The Company competes with Equifax, Experian, FICO and LifeLock.

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Stephan Byrd]

    Natixis trimmed its stake in shares of TransUnion (NYSE:TRU) by 22.9% in the second quarter, HoldingsChannel reports. The firm owned 248,242 shares of the business services provider’s stock after selling 73,784 shares during the quarter. Natixis’ holdings in TransUnion were worth $17,784,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period.

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Hot Low Price Stocks For 2021: Resolute Energy Corporation(REN )

Resolute Energy Corporation, incorporated on July 28, 2009, is an independent oil and gas company. The Company is engaged in the exploitation, development, exploration for and acquisition of oil and gas properties. The Company’s asset base consists primarily of properties in Aneth Field located in the Paradox Basin in southeast Utah (the Aneth Field Properties or Aneth Field), the Permian Basin in Texas and southeast New Mexico (the Permian Properties or Permian Basin Properties), and the Powder River and Big Horn Basins in Wyoming (the Wyoming Properties). As of December 31, 2014, its oil sales comprised approximately 89% of revenue, and its estimated net proved reserves were approximately 74.2 million barrels of oil equivalent, of which approximately 56% and 45% were proved developed reserves and proved developed producing reserves (PDP), respectively. Approximately 86% of its estimated net proved reserves were oil and approximately 92% were oil and natural gas liquids (NGL). The Company has an interest in gas gathering and compression facilities located within and adjacent to its Aneth Field Properties. Collectively called the Aneth Gas Processing Plant, the facility consists of an active gas compression operation operated by it and a dismantled gas processing facility.

Aneth Field Properties

Aneth Field, an oil field in southeast Utah, holds 73% of the Company’s net proved reserves as of December 31, 2014, and accounted for 49% of its production during 2014, averaging 6,287 equivalent barrels of oil per day, of which 98% was oil. The Company owns working interests in, and is the operator of, three federal production units covering approximately 43,000 gross acres, which constitute the Aneth Field Properties. These are the Aneth Unit, the McElmo Creek Unit and the Ratherford Unit, in which the Company owns working interests of 62%, 67.5% and 59%, respectively, as of December 31, 2014. The Company had interests in and operated 388 gross (246 net) producing wells and 333 gro! ss (210 net) active water and carbon dioxide injection wells. Aneth Field covers a single geologic structure with production coming from the Pennsylvanian age Desert Creek formation.

Within Aneth Field, as of December 31, 2014, the Company had estimated net proved reserves of 30.3 million barrels of oil equivalent. Of these reserves, 27.6 million barrels of oil equivalent are attributable to recoveries associated with expansions, extensions and processing of the tertiary recovery carbon dioxide floods. Within the Ratherford Unit, the Company has two carbon dioxide flood projects, one targeting both the Desert Creek I and II zones and a second targeting primarily the Desert Creek I zone. Carbon dioxide is available from McElmo Dome, the carbon dioxide source in the United States. Aneth Field is connected directly to McElmo Dome through a 28 mile pipeline that the Company operates and in which the Company owns a 68% interest.

Oil production from its Aneth Field is characterized as a light and sweet crude oil. The field is connected by pipeline to a refinery located near Gallup, New Mexico that is owned and operated by Western Refining Southwest, Inc., a subsidiary of Western Refining Inc. (Western). On December 31, 2014, the Company entered into an amendment to the purchase agreement with Western. There are two types of gas production in Aneth Field, saleable gas and gas that is contaminated by Carbon dioxide. The contaminated gas stream, which is rich in valuable NGL and gas, is compressed and re-injected into the reservoir.

Permian Properties

As of December 31, 2014, the Company had interests in 36,500 gross (25,000 net) acres in the Permian Basin of Texas and southeast New Mexico. Its position is divided between three principal project areas: the Delaware Basin project area in Reeves County, the Midland Basin project area in Howard, Martin, Midland and Ector counties and the Northwest Shelf project area located in the Denton, Gladiola and Knowles fiel! ds in the! Northwest Shelf area in Lea County, New Mexico. Approximately 14.1 million barrels of oil equivalent of proved reserves are associated with these assets as of December 31, 2014. During 2014, the Company completed 15 gross (7.9 net) wells in the Permian Properties and had 234 gross (197 net) producing wells. As of December 31, 2014, the Company was in the process of drilling one gross (0.7 net) well and had two gross (1.2 net) wells awaiting completion operations. During 2014, average net daily production from the Permian Properties was 4,656 barrel of oil equivalent and was 80% liquids. In January and February 2015, the Company completed three horizontal wells.

The Delaware Basin project area includes approximately 21,200 gross (13,200 net) acres. The primary objective in this area is the Wolfcamp formation. Within the Wolfcamp formation, the Company has focused primarily on the Wolfcamp A and B subzones. Within its project area, other operators are also developing the Wolfcamp C and D subzones, as well as the third Bone Spring formation. Based on drilling activity to date, approximately 40% of the acreage is held by production. Approximately 5.4 million barrels of oil equivalent of proved reserves are associated with these assets as of December 31, 2014. The Midland Basin project area includes approximately 10,000 gross (7,800 net) acres. Approximately 7.2 million barrels of oil equivalent of proved reserves were associated with these assets as of December 31, 2014. Within this inventory, 114 wells are located in its core operated Gardendale area in Midland and Ector counties based on 80- to 120-acre spacing and three zones. Its acreage in this area is held by production. In Gardendale the Company has primarily focused on the Wolfcamp B subzone. Other operators in the area are developing the lower and middle Spraberry, as well as the Wolfcamp A and C subzones.

The Company owns assets in Lea County, New Mexico, in Denton, Gladiola and South Knowles fields, which are convention! al oil fi! elds that produce from fractured carbonate reservoirs and cover 4,700 gross acres in which the Company holds an approximate 85% working interest, all held by production. Its interest in Denton Field consists of 2,900 gross acres, all of which are held by production. Approximately 1.0 million barrels of oil equivalent of proved reserves are associated with its Denton Field interests. The Company is the operator of the Lea County assets.

Wyoming Properties

Hilight Field is located in the Powder River Basin in Campbell County, Wyoming, and consists of the Central Hilight Unit, the Grady Unit and the Jayson Unit. The Company has a 98.5% working interest in the Central Hilight Unit, an 82.5% working interest in the Grady Unit and an 82.7% working interest in the Jayson Unit. The Central Hilight, Grady and Jayson units and adjacent leasehold cover an area of almost 51,600 gross (47,400 net) acres. As of December 31, 2014, there were 151 gross (143.5 net) producing vertical wells and six gross (5.6 net) horizontal wells. Gross cumulative production through December 31, 2014, from its three operated units was 68.4 million barrels of oil and 168 billion cubic feet of gas. During 2014, production from Hilight Field averaged 1,770 barrels of oil equivalent per day and was 29% oil. The Company drilled two additional wells in the Turner formation. In the Big Horn Basin, the Company owns leases covering approximately 34,700 net acres.

Advisors’ Opinion:

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  • [By Ethan Ryder]

    Shares of Resolute Energy Corp (NYSE:REN) have received an average rating of “Hold” from the nine ratings firms that are currently covering the firm, Marketbeat reports. Seven analysts have rated the stock with a hold recommendation and two have assigned a buy recommendation to the company. The average 1 year price target among brokers that have issued ratings on the stock in the last year is $39.17.

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Hot Low Price Stocks For 2021: Enerplus Corporation(ERF)

Enerplus Corporation, incorporated on August 12, 2010, is an energy producer. The Company’s capital program is focused on the development of its crude oil and natural gas core areas of operation, which includes its North Dakota and Montana crude oil assets in the Williston Basin, and its natural gas interests in northeast Pennsylvania. The Company’s oil and natural gas property interests are located in western Canada in the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan, and in the United States, primarily in the states of Montana, North Dakota, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Production volumes from the Company’s properties consists of approximately 40% crude oil and natural gas liquids (NGLs) and approximately 56% natural gas. The Company’s average daily production is over 106,520 barrels of oil equivalent per day (BOE/day), consists of approximately 41,640 barrels per day (bbls/day) of crude oil, over 4,760 bbls/day of NGLs and 356,142 thousand cubic feet per day (Mcf/day) of natural gas. Approximately 40% of the Company’s 2015 production is from Canada, with the remaining over 60% from the United States. Approximately 60% of the Company’s production is operated by the Company and the remaining operated by industry partners. The oil and natural gas property interests held by the Company were estimated to contain gross reserves of approximately 17.2 million barrels (MMbbls) of light and medium crude oil, over 41.5 MMbbls of heavy crude oil, approximately 131.3 MMbbls of tight oil, over 15.7 MMbbls of NGLs, over 237.4 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of conventional natural gas and over 963.4 Bcf of shale gas, for a total of approximately 405.8 million barrels of oil equivalent (MMBOE).

The Company’s Canadian crude oil properties production averaged approximately 18,978 BOE/day. The Company’s Canadian crude oil portfolio includes Mannville producers Medicine Hat Glauconitic, Brooks and Giltedge, as well as Progress (a Boundary Lake producer), all of which are located in Alb! erta, and Freda Lake/Neptune, located in Saskatchewan and producing from the Mississippian Ratcliffe. The Company drilled approximately 18.4 net crude oil wells in Canada, advancing projects targeting the Mannville and Ratcliffe plays. At Brooks, over 15 wells are drilled as part of a 30 well drilling program. The Company’s Canadian natural gas properties are located in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. Its primary focus area is within the Deep Basin region where the Company holds approximately 110,000 net acres of working interest lands. These lands include approximately 70,000 net acres targeting the Stacked Mannville zones (50,000 of which are in the Wilrich formation) and over 66,000 net acres in the Willesden Green region of Alberta, targeting the liquids-rich Duvernay formation. The Company has additional shallow gas producing assets at Shackleton, in southwest Saskatchewan and Hanna Garden and Medicine Hat South in Alberta. In total, the Company drilled approximately 4.3 net wells and brought 5.9 net wells on-stream in the Deep Basin. Its Canadian natural gas properties production averaged over 126,140 Mcf/day. The Company’s producing Canadian natural gas properties are Hanlan-Robb (Wilrich), Shackleton, Tommy Lakes and Bantry.

The Company’s primary United States crude oil properties are located in the Fort Berthold region of North Dakota and in Richland County, Montana. The Company has approximately 74,000 net acres of land in Fort Berthold, primarily in Dunn and McKenzie counties and, on a production basis, operated approximately 80% of its Fort Berthold asset. Its Fort Berthold property produces a light sweet crude oil, with some associated natural gas and natural gas liquids, from both the Bakken and Three Forks formations. Fort Berthold production averaged approximately 27,700 BOE/day. It also has working interests in the Sleeping Giant property located in the Elm Coulee field in Richland County, Montana. Sleeping Giant is a mature, light oil property, which produced a! pproximat! ely 5,000 BOE/day on average from the Bakken formation. Its United States crude oil properties produced an average of approximately 32,700 BOE/day. It has drilled over 19.1 net horizontal wells in the Fort Berthold region, targeting both the Bakken and Three Forks formations (consisting of 0.2 short lateral wells and 18.9 long lateral wells) with approximately 23.3 net wells brought on-stream.

The Company’s United States natural gas properties primarily consist of its non-operated Marcellus shale gas interests located in northeastern Pennsylvania where the Company holds an interest in approximately 47,000 net acres. The Company’s Marcellus shale gas production averaged over 202,600 Mcf/day, representing approximately 56% of its total natural gas production. Its proved plus probable Marcellus shale gas reserves are over 841.0 Bcf. It has participated in the drilling of approximately 3.8 net wells, and approximately 7.3 net wells are brought on-stream. It has over 74.9 net producing wells in the Marcellus.

Advisors’ Opinion:

  • [By Matthew DiLallo]

    Crestwood had talked about potentially increasing its distribution this yearbut decided to hold it flat for 2019. That will allow it to retain more cash to finance some additional expansion projects so that it doesn’t negatively affect its financial profile. One of those projects is a $60 million investment to expand its Arrow water gathering system in the Bakken to support the growth of Enerplus (NYSE:ERF). Crestwood couldn’t pass up this opportunity since the long-term agreement with Enerplus implies an investment multiple of 4, which is higher than its average project.

  • [By Matthew DiLallo]

    Overall, Crestwood expects to invest $275 million to $325 million into expansion projects this year, slightly above its initial forecast to spend between $250 million and $300 million on capital projects. One driver of the increased budget is that oil and gas producer Enerplus (NYSE:ERF) awarded the company a contract to expand its water system in the Bakken. Crestwood expects to invest $60 million over the next two years on this project, which will help support Enerplus’ volume growth in the region. Meanwhile, the company is in advanced discussions with customers to provide a range of midstream services in the Delaware Basin, which could include building a new natural gas processing plant in the region.

Hot Low Price Stocks For 2021: Perficient, Inc.(PRFT)

Perficient, Inc., incorporated on May 3, 1999, is an information technology and management consulting firm. The Company designs, builds and delivers business-driven technology solutions using third-party software products. Its solutions include big data and analytics, technology platform implementations, commerce, enterprise content management, portals and collaboration, management consulting, custom applications, business integration, content management (CM), business process management (BPM), and customer relationship management (CRM), among others. It provides services primarily to the healthcare (including pharma and life sciences), financial services (including banking and insurance), retail and consumer goods, automotive and transport products, electronics and computer hardware, telecommunications, manufacturing, energy and utilities, business services, and leisure, and media and entertainment markets, among others.

The Company designs, develops, and implements business analytics solutions that allow companies to interpret and act upon timely and integrated information. Business analytics solutions help its clients make informed business decisions by classifying, aggregating and correlating data into business information. The Company’s business analytics solutions allow its clients to transform data into knowledge for decision making and include information strategy, data warehousing, and business analytics and reporting. It designs, develops, implements and integrates enterprise portals and collaboration solutions for its clients and their customers, suppliers, and partners that include searchable data systems, collaborative systems, transaction processing, unified and extended reporting, content management, social media and networking tools, and personalization. The Company designs, develops and implements technology platform solutions that allow its clients to establish an Internet-based infrastructure for integrated business applications, which extend enterprise technology asset! s to employees, customers, suppliers and partners. Its platform services include application server selection, architecture planning, installation and configuration, clustering for availability, performance assessment and issue remediation, security services, and technology migrations.

The Company designs, develops, implements, and integrates custom application solutions that deliver enterprise-specific functionality to meet the requirements and needs of its clients. The Company designs, develops, and implements advanced CRM solutions that facilitate customer acquisition, service and support, and sales and marketing by understanding its customers’ needs through interviews, requirement gathering sessions, call center analysis, developing a prototype driven solution, and integrating the solution to processes and applications. The Company designs, develops, and implements CM solutions that enable the management of all unstructured information regardless of file type or format. Its CM solutions can facilitate the creation of content and provide access and retrieval of existing digital assets from other enterprise tools, such as enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management or legacy applications. The Company designs, develops, and implements BPM solutions that allow its clients to adapt their business processes to respond to new market opportunities or competitive threats by taking advantage of business strategies supported by business applications and information technology infrastructures.

The Company has developed an array of intellectual property assets, applications, utilities and products, that enable its clients to speed time to delivery. In addition, the Company also sells certain internally developed software packages. These foundational tools include configurable Solution Accelerators and Industry Tools that can be customized to solve specific enterprise challenges. The Company’s Industry Tools enable enterprises to address industry-specific business proc! ess and w! orkflow challenges. It offers tools for the healthcare, energy and utilities, financial services and retail industries. Its network of partnerships and cross-platform capabilities enable it to develop and deliver accelerators across a spectrum of solution areas and vendor platforms. In addition to its technology solution services and intellectual property assets, it offers education and mentoring services to its clients. It conducts The International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) and Oracle-certified training, where it provides its clients both a customized and established curriculum of courses and other education services.

The Company competes with Prolifics, Avanade, Accenture, Deloitte Consulting, Cognizant, Sapient, Infosys Technologies Limited and Wipro Limited.

Advisors’ Opinion:

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  • [By Stephan Byrd]

    Perficient (NASDAQ:PRFT) was downgraded by equities research analysts at BidaskClub from a “hold” rating to a “sell” rating in a research report issued to clients and investors on Tuesday.