Laird Superfood Introduces Its RENEW Plant-Based Protein Powder to the Company's Expanding Product Lineup
Laird Superfood (NYSE American: LSF) is continuing its focus on plant-based superfood products with the introduction of its RENEW Plant-Based Protein powder. Laird Superfood's RENEW Plant-Based Protein features 19 grams of plant-based protein plus 9 naturally occurring essential amino acids. It has no rice or pea protein, or preservatives.
PR Newswire · 6d ago
Laird Superfood to Report Third Quarter 2020 Financial Results on November 12, 2020
Laird Superfood, Inc. (NYSE American: LSF) will report financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2020 on Thursday, November 12, 2020 after market close. Laird Superfood will host a conference call and webcast at 5:00 p.m. ET on the same day to discuss the results.
Business Wire · 10/21 21:05
Analysts Press the ‘Buy’ Button on These 3 Under-the-Radar Stocks
We’ve talked a lot about the economic downturn of this past spring and summer, and that’s a real story. The sequel, of course, is the remarkably fast recovery we’ve been experiencing, as first the stock market and then the general economy began bouncing back.The addendum to all of this, of course, is that there are stocks flashing ‘buy’ signs for investors. The reasons can vary, but at bottom, it’s fair to say that not every company suffered from coronavirus. For some, the new market conditions presented opportunities.Wall Street’s stock analysts make their reputations by spotting those opportunities – and letting the investing public know. We’ve opened the TipRanks database and pulled up three under-the-radar stocks that just received a thumbs-up from the analysts. There is upside here, along with some risk – but for investors willing to shoulder that, here are some unexpected picks from the Street.O’Reilly Automotive, Inc. (ORLY)One of the sectors that has seen positive growth in the ‘corona era’ is ‘do it yourself.’ DIY companies have found an expanding customer base as the social and economic isolation policies put in place to combat the virus closed businesses and forced people to stay home – but basic maintenance is still a requirement. O’Reilly is one such company. It sells aftermarket auto parts and supplies, including tools and accessories, to the DIY and professional market. The company boasts over 5,400 stores across the US and Mexico.American love their cars, and always have; home auto repair isn’t just a less expensive alternative to the shop, but also a popular hobby. O’Reilly has driven that basic fact to growing profits. The company saw $9.5 billion in total revenue in 2018, which grew to $10.2 billion 2019. So far, 2020 has seen $5.6 billion in revenue for the first half – and that number is trending up. Q1 saw $2.5 billion at the top line, while Q2 saw $3.1. Second quarter EPS was up 78% sequentially, to $7.10 per share.Indeed, the company credited an increased interest in DIY car repair for the strong quarter. Along with revenues and earnings, total sales were up 19%, comp store sales were up 16%, and net cash from operations grew by a whopping 84%, or $712 million.Matthew McClintock, writing from Raymond James, is unabashedly positive here. He says, “…we now believe that sizable independent market share is up for grabs now more than ever, and therefore we are incrementally positive on the company's ability to deliver comps towards the higher end of its annual 3%-5% algorithm. This company remains and likely will remain the single best supply chain in this industry for the foreseeable future…”Along with this upbeat outlook, McClintock upgrades his rating on ORLY stock from Market Perform to Outperform (i.e. Buy), and his $550 target price represents an upside of 17%. (To watch McClintock’s track record, click here)Overall, ORLY has drawn optimism mixed with caution when it comes to consensus opinion among sell-side analysts. Out of 14 analysts polled in the last 3 months, 9 are bullish on ORLY stock, while 5 remain sidelined. With a 10% upside potential, the stock's consensus target price stands at $517.31. (See ORLY stock analysis on TipRanks)Laird Superfood (LSF)The next stock on our list held its IPO just last month. Laird Superfood produces and markets a range of plant-based, nutrient-dense snacks and food additives. The company’s main line of products is specialized coffee creamers, designed to add both energy and nutrition to the morning staple.While LSF is too new to the public markets to have a significant chart history, and has not yet released quarterly results as a publicly traded company, it’s notable that the IPO was remarkably successful. The stock was offered for trading at $22 per share – but it opened at more than $33. The IPO sold more than 3 million common shares, and the company now boasts a market cap of $513 million.Canaccord analyst Robert Burleson is impressed with Laird, and initiates his firm’s coverage with a Buy rating and a $70 price target indicating room for 21% growth in the coming year. (To watch Burleson’s track record, click here)Supporting this view, Burleson writes, “LSF’s long-term prospects appear particularly attractive. The company is positioned to leverage its brand across an expansive range of plant-based foods. Backed by the wellness credibility of co-founders Laird Hamilton, an international fitness icon and nutrition expert, and his wife, Chief Brand Ambassador Gabrielle Reese, a professional volleyball player and model, LSF has already gained considerable traction within the plant-based, functional foods market.” In its short time on the public markets, LSF has garnered 3 Buy ratings, making the analyst consensus view a unanimous Strong Buy. Shares are selling for $53.58, and the average price target of $62.33 suggests a one-year upside of 8%. (See LSF stock analysis on TipRanks)CuriosityStream (CURI)Last on our list is CuriosityStream, an educational online video streaming channel devoted to ‘factual’ content. The site offers streaming services to subscribers, and boasts an audience of 13 million worldwide. It was first launched in 2015 by John Hendricks, who is best known for creating the Discovery Channel, the popular science-oriented cable channel, back in 1985.CuriosityStream went public at the end of the summer, through a merger deal with the ‘blank check’ special purpose acquisition company Software Acquisition. When the CURI ticker started trading earlier this month, on the NASDAQ exchange, it saw an almost immediate 10% price spike.The surge in interest in CURI was due in part to its public debut, but also to the company’s reputation and track record. CuriosityStream has received positive news coverage over the years from the New York Times, the LA Times, and the Wall Street Journal. It has also been nominated for 15 awards since 2016, for its science content and production quality, and has won 5 of those.Writing the first review on file for CURI shares is Zack Silver of B. Riley securities. He writes, “Our constructive view on CURI starts with a belief that consumers will continue to adopt SVOD as both a replacement and a complement to traditional linear TV… CURI launched its SVOD offering worldwide in 2015 and began to significantly ramp investments in marketing and content in 2018. Mr. Hendricks believes 40% of global viewers are interested in consuming factual programming; our recent survey work suggests that this number is closer to 80% in the U.S.” Silver initiates coverage of the stock with a Buy rating and a $16 price target that implies an impressive 45% one-year upside potential form the current share price of $11.02. (To watch Silver’s track record, click here)To find good ideas for stocks trading at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks to Buy, a newly launched tool that unites all of TipRanks’ equity insights.Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the featured analysts. The content is intended to be used for informational purposes only. It is very important to do your own analysis before making any investment.
TipRanks · 10/20 16:59
Laird Superfood lands bullish ratings after quiet period expiration
Analyst coverage begins on Laird Superfood (LSF) with shares up 124% from where the IPO price last month.Roth Capital Management initiates coverage on Laird Superfood with a Buy rating and
Seekingalpha · 10/19 11:20
Stocks To Watch: GM's Hummer Charges The EV Party, Earnings Blitz
Welcome to Seeking Alpha's Stocks to Watch - a preview of key events scheduled for the next week. Follow this account and turn the e-mail alert on to receive this article in your inbox every Saturday morning. A podcast of Stocks to Watch is also available on Sundays on Seeking Alpha, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify (click the highlighted links). The earnings season heats up next week, with high-fliers Netflix (NFLX), Tesla (TSLA) and Chipotle (CMG) all reporting. Coming off the heels of a strong retail sales report, economic reports of interest in the week ahead include looks at the
Seekingalpha · 10/17 11:51
Laird Superfood Fuels Tea Lovers with the Addition of Chai Instafuel to its Instafuel Collection
Laird Superfood (NYSE: LSF), creator of assorted plant-based superfood products, is introducing Chai Instafuel to its product lineup so that tea lovers can enjoy a gourmet, plant-based Chai latte at home or on-the-go. Chai Instafuel is Laird Superfood's newest addition to its popular Instafuel collection that includes Original, Matcha and Unsweetened.
PR Newswire · 10/13 13:00
Laird Superfood Expands its Plant-Based Product Platform into the Snack Foods Category with the Introduction of Nutrient-Dense Pili Nuts
Laird Superfood (NYSE: LSF), creator of assorted plant-based superfood products, is venturing into the snack food category for the first time with the introduction of Pili Nuts. Known for its highly popular coffee creamers, hydration products, beverage enhancing supplements, roasted and instant coffees
PR Newswire · 10/06 13:00
U.S. IPO Weekly Recap: Health And Tech Dominate The Calendar In An 11 IPO Week
September activity remained high as 11 IPOs and eight SPACs went public this past week.The IPO market shows no signs of slowing with eight IPOs and 18 SPACS submitting initial filings.Eight SPACs raised $2.0 billion this past week.
Seekingalpha · 09/26 13:20
Laird Superfood Announces Closing of Initial Public Offering and Exercise in Full of the Underwriters’ Option to Purchase Additional Shares
Laird Superfood, Inc. ("Laird Superfood") today announced the closing of its initial public offering of 3,047,500 shares of its common stock. The offering consisted of 2,650,000 shares of its common stock, as well as an additional 397,500 shares pursuant to the exercise in full of the underwriters
Business Wire · 09/25 14:13
GoodRx stock jumps more than 50% after IPO raises over $1 billion
Prescription-drug pricing app priced shares well above range in initial public offering to raise at least $1.24 billion, including Silver Lake investment, at... · 09/23 20:07
Laird Superfood +90% from IPO pricing level in strong debut
Laird Superfood (LSF) takes off in its IPO open off strong demand. The plant-based food seller is trading at $42.09 after the upsized IPO was priced at $22 per share.
Seekingalpha · 09/23 17:53
Laird Superfood Stock Is Surging in Its Debut
Laird Superfood stock has rocketed with the IPO. Shares of the maker of plant-based foods nearly doubled from the $22 IPO price. · 09/23 17:32
Laird Superfood's stock opens more than 50% above IPO price, and keeps rising
Shares of Laird Superfood Inc. undefined enjoyed a super start to their public life, as the Oregon-based plant-based and functional foods company's stock...
MarketWatch · 09/23 16:50
Laird Superfood Stock Starts Trading Today: ‘We’re Trying to Build the Next Big Food Platform’
The plant-based food company founded by surfer Laird Hamilton and Paul Hodge, who is CEO, said Laird Superfood will eventually have many offerings in grocery stores. · 09/23 13:45
Beyond Meat Rival Laird Superfood Goes Public Today. What You Need to Know.
Investors will get a chance this week to own a new player in the plant-based food arena that is already getting a lot of attention. · 09/23 13:36
Laird SuperFood IPO: What Investors Need To Know
A plant-based food company founded by surfer Laird Hamilton is set to debut on the NYSE this week.
Benzinga · 09/23 13:05
Laird Superfood prices IPO at $22/share
Plant-based beverage manufacturer Laird Superfood (LSF) has priced its upsized initial public offering of 2.65M (from 2.2M) shares at $22/share, at the high end of the revised range of $21-$22 and
Seekingalpha · 09/23 10:32
Laird Superfood sets IPO terms
The Oregon-based plant-based and functional foods company, Laird Superfood (LSF) has raised the number of shares offered in its IPO to 2.65M (from 2.2M).The price is expected between $21 and
Seekingalpha · 09/22 11:15
IPO Outlook This Week: Bentley Systems, GoodRX Holdings, Corsair Gaming Lead The Pack
After a busy week of double digit IPOs, the next week features a smaller slate of IPOs.
Benzinga · 09/20 13:19
U.S. IPO Week Ahead: The September IPO Calendar Stays Good(Rx) And Busy In An 8-IPO Week
In another busy week for the September IPO market, eight IPOs are scheduled to raise $2.0 billion, led by prescription drug marketplace GoodRx Holdings.Brazilian energy solutions provider Hygo Energy Transition plans to raise $450 million at a $2.4 billion market cap.Street research is expected for two companies in the week ahead.
Seekingalpha · 09/19 12:46
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About LSF
Laird Superfood, Inc. is a consumer products platform focused on manufacturing and marketing plant-based foods. The Company's product categories include powdered and liquid coffee creamers, hydration and beverage enhancing supplements, and coffee, tea and hot chocolate products. The Company's products include Superfood Creamers, Functional Mushrooms Blends, Mushroom Coffee, Instafuel, Coffee Beans, HYDRATE Coconut Waters, Activate Daily Jumpstart, Coconut Sugar, Keto Friendly Products, Vegan Products and Paleo Products. Its omnichannel distribution has three components: online, wholesale and food service. The online business consists of The wholesale business addresses the grocery industry, including natural, organic and functional foods and beverages sub-segment. Its food service business addresses a set of customers, including local and regional coffee shops, juice bars, corporate offices, hotels, restaurants, college campuses, professional sports teams and gyms.