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37 Hedge Fund Favorites With Falling Receivables Turnover Ratios

By Contextuall Stock MarketsDec 13, 2012 01:25AM ET
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37 Hedge Fund Favorites With Falling Receivables Turnover Ratios
By Contextuall   |  Dec 13, 2012 01:25AM ET
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Screen Criteria:

List of stocks with significant institutional buying, and falling accounts receivable turnover ratios.

Average Weekly Returns:

Average 1-Week Return of All Stocks Mentioned Below: 2.01%

Average 1-Month Return of All Stocks Mentioned Below: 3.76%

Analysis of List Alpha:

Number of Stocks in This List Generating Excess Return vs. SP500 (Beta Adjusted Over Last Week): 18 out of 37 (48.65%)

Number of Stocks in This List Generating Excess Return vs. SP500 (Beta Adjusted Over Last Month): 20 out of 37 (54.05%)

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1. Flowers Foods, Inc. (FLO): Produces and markets bakery products in the United States. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 6.4M shares (5.30% of float at 120.65M shares). Size of receivables grew by 14.58% during the most recent quarter ($221.58M vs. $193.38M y/y), while revenue only increased by 6.21% ($717.28M vs. $675.37M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 47.5% to 53.78% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 12 weeks ending 2012-10-06 to 12 weeks ending 2011-10-08).

2. Halc (HK): Engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties in British Columbia, Canada. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 18.8M shares (9.55% of float at 196.86M shares). Size of receivables grew by 1139.40% during the most recent quarter ($115.14M vs. $9.29M y/y), while revenue only increased by 202.36% ($73.14M vs. $24.19M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 47.99% to 76.35% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

3. SandRidge Energy, Inc. (SD): Operates as an independent natural gas and oil company in the United States. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 14.9M shares (5.75% of float at 259.22M shares). Size of receivables grew by 119.09% during the most recent quarter ($382.09M vs. $174.4M y/y), while revenue only increased by 46.47% ($532.8M vs. $363.75M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 27.77% to 31.08% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

4. Gulfport Energy Corp. (GPOR): Develops, and produces oil and gas in the Louisiana Gulf Coast. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 5.3M shares (9.69% of float at 54.68M shares). Size of receivables grew by 45.84% during the most recent quarter ($35.73M vs. $24.5M y/y), while revenue only increased by 4.24% ($60.54M vs. $58.08M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 44.09% to 69.23% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

5. Lexmark International Inc. (LXK): Develops, manufactures, and supplies printing and imaging solutions for offices. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 3.7M shares (5.86% of float at 63.16M shares). Size of receivables grew by 11.64% during the most recent quarter ($522.9M vs. $468.4M y/y), while revenue only increased by -11.18% ($919.2M vs. $1,034.9M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 20.43% to 27.23% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

6. HFF, Inc. (HF): Provides commercial real estate and capital markets services to the commercial real estate industry in the United States. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 2.4M shares (7.32% of float at 32.77M shares). Size of receivables grew by 129.07% during the most recent quarter ($234.61M vs. $102.42M y/y), while revenue only increased by 8.03% ($69.04M vs. $63.91M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 45.94% to 59.67% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

7. John B Sanfilippo & Son Inc. (JBSS): Engages in processing and marketing tree nuts and peanuts in the United States. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 498.6K shares (7.21% of float at 6.92M shares). Size of receivables grew by 30.39% during the most recent quarter ($63.93M vs. $49.03M y/y), while revenue only increased by 13.21% ($177.51M vs. $156.8M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 28.54% to 30.63% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 13 weeks ending 2012-09-27 to 13 weeks ending 2011-09-29).

8. Western Refining Inc. (WNR): Operates as an independent crude oil refiner and marketer of refined products in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, and the Mid-Atlantic region. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 3.7M shares (6.62% of float at 55.91M shares). Size of receivables grew by 50.09% during the most recent quarter ($452.47M vs. $301.47M y/y), while revenue only increased by 2.05% ($2,446.32M vs. $2,397.14M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 23.56% to 30.63% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

9. Intersections Inc. (INTX): Provides subscription based consumer protection services and other consumer products and services primarily in the United States. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 1.1M shares (11.65% of float at 9.44M shares). Size of receivables grew by 39.76% during the most recent quarter ($30.79M vs. $22.03M y/y), while revenue only increased by -8.14% ($86.65M vs. $94.33M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 26.13% to 41.1% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

10. Polypore International Inc. (PPO): Develops, manufactures, and markets microporous membranes used in separation and filtration processes. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 2.3M shares (5.37% of float at 42.85M shares). Size of receivables grew by 3.06% during the most recent quarter ($128.13M vs. $124.32M y/y), while revenue only increased by -6.55% ($177.62M vs. $190.06M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 36.74% to 39.41% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 13 weeks ending 2012-09-29 to 13 weeks ending 2011-10-01).

11. Akamai Technologies, Inc. (AKAM): Provides services for accelerating and improving the delivery of content and applications over the Internet in the United States and internationally. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 9.0M shares (5.24% of float at 171.73M shares). Size of receivables grew by 29.33% during the most recent quarter ($236.23M vs. $182.66M y/y), while revenue only increased by 22.51% ($345.32M vs. $281.86M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 19.76% to 31.34% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

12. Illumina Inc. (ILMN): Develops, manufactures, and markets integrated systems for the analysis of genetic variation and biological function. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 8.8M shares (7.24% of float at 121.61M shares). Size of receivables grew by 29.04% during the most recent quarter ($218.15M vs. $169.05M y/y), while revenue only increased by 21.39% ($285.87M vs. $235.5M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 11.24% to 13.25% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 13 weeks ending 2012-09-30 to 13 weeks ending 2011-10-02).

13. Duff & Phelps Corporation (DUF): Provides independent financial advisory and investment banking services worldwide. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 2.6M shares (6.91% of float at 37.63M shares). Size of receivables grew by 30.49% during the most recent quarter ($133.39M vs. $102.22M y/y), while revenue only increased by 18.31% ($111.71M vs. $94.42M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 54.08% to 69.56% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

14. Dorman Products, Inc. (DORM): Dorman Products, Inc. supplies original equipment dealer automotive replacement parts, and fasteners and service line products primarily for the automotive aftermarket. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 965.2K shares (5.85% of float at 16.51M shares). Size of receivables grew by 38.98% during the most recent quarter ($140.56M vs. $101.14M y/y), while revenue only increased by 19.78% ($156.41M vs. $130.58M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 34.58% to 38.69% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 13 weeks ending 2012-09-29 to 13 weeks ending 2011-09-24).

15. Schlumberger Limited (SLB): Schlumberger Limited, together with its subsidiaries, supplies technology, integrated project management, and information solutions to the oil and gas exploration and production industries worldwide. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 81.2M shares (6.15% of float at 1.32B shares). Size of receivables grew by 20.62% during the most recent quarter ($11,450M vs. $9,493M y/y), while revenue only increased by 11.19% ($10,652M vs. $9,580M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 44.65% to 49.89% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

16. El Paso Pipeline Partners, L.P. (EPB): Engages in the ownership and operation of natural gas transportation pipelines and storage assets in the United States. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 7.4M shares (5.91% of float at 125.18M shares). Size of receivables grew by 68.24% during the most recent quarter ($143M vs. $85M y/y), while revenue only increased by 0.55% ($368M vs. $366M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 25.68% to 41.81% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

17. McDermott International Inc. (MDR): Operates as an engineering, procurement, construction, and installation company worldwide. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 15.7M shares (6.71% of float at 234.09M shares). Size of receivables grew by 83.92% during the most recent quarter ($611.84M vs. $332.66M y/y), while revenue only increased by 16.92% ($1,028.74M vs. $879.89M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 25.83% to 32.99% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

18. Ensco plc (ESV): Provides offshore contract drilling services to the oil and gas industry. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 12.7M shares (5.47% of float at 232.18M shares). Size of receivables grew by 30.28% during the most recent quarter ($853.2M vs. $654.9M y/y), while revenue only increased by 22.72% ($1,123.6M vs. $915.6M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 43.24% to 60.48% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

19. SEI Investments Co. (SEIC): Provides investment processing, fund processing, and investment management business outsourcing solutions to corporations, financial institutions, financial advisors, and high-net-worth families. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 8.8M shares (6.53% of float at 134.68M shares). Size of receivables grew by 35.48% during the most recent quarter ($226.19M vs. $166.95M y/y), while revenue only increased by 7.94% ($251.75M vs. $233.23M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 26.15% to 33.74% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

20. DeVry, Inc. (DV): Provides educational services worldwide. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 4.8M shares (8.45% of float at 56.81M shares). Size of receivables grew by 48.83% during the most recent quarter ($225.38M vs. $151.43M y/y), while revenue only increased by -6.99% ($482.74M vs. $519.04M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 27.77% to 41.27% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

21. Peabody Energy Corp. (BTU): Engages in the exploration, mining, and production of coal. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 23.1M shares (8.64% of float at 267.26M shares). Size of receivables grew by 15.35% during the most recent quarter ($682.2M vs. $591.4M y/y), while revenue only increased by 3.95% ($2,058.8M vs. $1,980.6M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 19.68% to 25.7% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

22. Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc. (CSOD): Provides learning and talent management solution delivered as software-as-a-service. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 2.1M shares (5.90% of float at 35.61M shares). Size of receivables grew by 95.41% during the most recent quarter ($45.16M vs. $23.11M y/y), while revenue only increased by 53.70% ($30.77M vs. $20.02M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 20.84% to 37.32% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

23. Atlas Energy, L.P (ATLS): Engages in the gathering and processing of natural gas in the Mid-Continent and Appalachia regions. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 4.8M shares (10.25% of float at 46.83M shares). Size of receivables grew by 2.73% during the most recent quarter ($147.77M vs. $143.84M y/y), while revenue only increased by -19.60% ($354.93M vs. $441.48M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 54.08% to 63.77% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

24. CBOE Holdings, Inc. (CBOE): CBOE Holdings, Inc. intends to operate as the holding company for Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE), which operates as an organized marketplace for the trade of standardized, listed options on equity securities. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 4.8M shares (5.58% of float at 85.97M shares). Size of receivables grew by 32.36% during the most recent quarter ($70.64M vs. $53.37M y/y), while revenue only increased by -10.64% ($128.32M vs. $143.6M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 25.74% to 29.62% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

25. Vascular Solutions Inc. (VASC): Develops solutions to interventional cardiologists and interventional radiologists worldwide. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 1.0M shares (7.0% of float at 14.28M shares). Size of receivables grew by 21.42% during the most recent quarter ($13.89M vs. $11.44M y/y), while revenue only increased by 1.03% ($24.55M vs. $24.3M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 21.97% to 28.38% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

26. Callon Petroleum Co. (CPE): Engages in the acquisition, exploration, development, and production of crude oil and natural gas properties in the onshore in Louisiana and Texas, and the offshore waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 2.9M shares (7.92% of float at 36.61M shares). Size of receivables grew by 5.38% during the most recent quarter ($16.64M vs. $15.79M y/y), while revenue only increased by -18.33% ($27.4M vs. $33.55M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 21.31% to 77.4% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

27. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated (RBA): Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated, an industrial auctioneer, sells various equipment to on-site and online bidders worldwide. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 7.6M shares (8.48% of float at 89.62M shares). Size of receivables grew by 78.30% during the most recent quarter ($227.72M vs. $127.72M y/y), while revenue only increased by 15.83% ($92.33M vs. $79.71M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 35.71% to 44.97% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

28. Wesco Aircraft Holdings, Inc. (WAIR): Distributes and provides supply chain management services to the global aerospace industry. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 1.3M shares (8.38% of float at 15.52M shares). Size of receivables grew by 80.15% during the most recent quarter ($175.27M vs. $97.29M y/y), while revenue only increased by 17.0% ($212.16M vs. $181.33M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 14.37% to 20.99% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

29. CGI Group, Inc. (GIB): Provides information technology services (IT) and business process services in Canada, the United States, India, Europe, and the Asia Pacific. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 46.6M shares (25.55% of float at 182.39M shares). Size of receivables grew by 197.29% during the most recent quarter ($1,470.8M vs. $494.74M y/y), while revenue only increased by 60.06% ($1,609.66M vs. $1,005.67M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 35.85% to 52.72% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

30. Higher One Inc. (ONE): Provides technology and payment services to the higher education industry in the United States. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 3.3M shares (13.29% of float at 24.83M shares). Size of receivables grew by 63.14% during the most recent quarter ($19.3M vs. $11.83M y/y), while revenue only increased by 6.42% ($51.23M vs. $48.14M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 16.55% to 34.07% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

31. NGL Energy Partners LP (NGL): Operates as a vertically-integrated energy business. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 4.0M shares (16.43% of float at 24.35M shares). Size of receivables grew by 604.86% during the most recent quarter ($388.73M vs. $55.15M y/y), while revenue only increased by 440.62% ($1,135.51M vs. $210.04M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 31.67% to 52.8% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

32. Rosetta Resources, Inc. (ROSE): Engages in the exploration, development, production, and acquisition of onshore oil and gas resources in the United States. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 2.8M shares (5.45% of float at 51.36M shares). Size of receivables grew by 56.11% during the most recent quarter ($87.44M vs. $56.01M y/y), while revenue only increased by 21.22% ($122.75M vs. $101.26M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 30.09% to 53.97% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

33. Telular Corp. (WRLS): Designs, develops, and distributes products and services that utilize wireless networks to provide data and voice connectivity among people and machines primarily in the United States and internationally. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 925.0K shares (6.08% of float at 15.21M shares). Size of receivables grew by 108.53% during the most recent quarter ($12.22M vs. $5.86M y/y), while revenue only increased by 79.14% ($23.45M vs. $13.09M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 25.88% to 36.05% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

34. Responsys, Inc. (MKTG): Provides on-demand software and professional services to enterprise and larger mid-market companies. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 2.1M shares (7.39% of float at 28.41M shares). Size of receivables grew by 45.0% during the most recent quarter ($25.81M vs. $17.8M y/y), while revenue only increased by 19.65% ($40.55M vs. $33.89M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 15.13% to 19.02% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

35. GT Advanced Technologies Inc. (GTAT): Provides polysilicon production technology and multicrystalline ingot growth systems, and related photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing services for the solar industry worldwide. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 18.0M shares (15.27% of float at 117.89M shares). Size of receivables grew by 7.66% during the most recent quarter ($112.52M vs. $104.51M y/y), while revenue only increased by -49.44% ($110.06M vs. $217.69M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 10.58% to 12.93% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-29 to 3 months ending 2011-10-01).

36. NII Holdings Inc. (NIHD): Provides wireless communication services to businesses and individuals primarily in Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, and Chile. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 31.4M shares (19.85% of float at 158.18M shares). Size of receivables grew by -4.17% during the most recent quarter ($800.03M vs. $834.87M y/y), while revenue only increased by -14.95% ($1,491.9M vs. $1,754.21M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 19.75% to 23.38% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).

37. Sina Corp. (SINA): Provides online media and mobile value-added services (MVAS) in the People’s Republic of China. Net institutional shares bought during the most recent quarter at 5.4M shares (8.78% of float at 61.50M shares). Size of receivables grew by 30.88% during the most recent quarter ($144.96M vs. $110.76M y/y), while revenue only increased by 16.95% ($152.38M vs. $130.29M y/y). Accounts Receivable, as a percentage of current assets, increased from 12.44% to 16.27% during the most recent quarter (time interval comparison 3 months ending 2012-09-30 to 3 months ending 2011-09-30).
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