Wyndham Worldwide (WYN)
$47.42 0.13 (0.27%)
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Market Cap 4.73B
PE Ratio 6.33
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 584,100
Day's Range 46.60 - 47.61
52-Week Range 13.74 - 53.13
Dividend & Yield 0.82 (1.73%)
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It's not the best hotel stock out, but WYN stock is okay. Following some bold moves, Wyndham Worldwide Corporation could be an intriguing investment at the right price.
Wyndham is purchasing La Quinta and announced a spinoff plan. WYN needs to bolster its image, and these moves are the first step.
Wyndham (WYN) is planning to buy La Quinta (LQ) in a $1.95 billion deal that is set to close during the second quarter of the year.
I remain optimistic. WYN has a fortress brand with each of its three divisions pulling its own weight. In particular, the Hotel Group is dominant with 8,000 hotels worldwide, and Vacation Ownership continues to post good growth figures with about 900,000 owner families globally.
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By Ken Trester
To take advantage of what I think are probably the last legs of this market rally, let's get long Wyndham (WYN).
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