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Paychex (PAYX) Moves to Sell Watch Consideration List

Paychex (PAYX) Moves to Sell Watch Consideration List

160707-Picture31Paychex, Inc. provides payroll, and integrated human resource and employee benefits outsourcing solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. They are focused on achieving strong, long-term financial performance by providing high-quality, timely, accurate, and affordable comprehensive payroll and integrated human resource services; delivering these services utilizing a well-trained and responsive work force through a network of local and corporate offices.

The stock has reached 130.8 % FV just squeezing above the 130% FV mark for consideration of a sell. Once placed on the Sell Watch list the stock will be monitored for a reversion directional change and moved to the Sell Consideration List.

The company is rated an A+ on MAB Sensitivity (Merged Acquired Bought) placing it in the top 5% in terms of probability of such an event occurring. If the stock continues above FV without a reversion directional change we would expect the company to be a buyer using their stock as a currency. It is currently ranked #467 in the S&P 500 Index® and 1454 in the S&P1500 Index®. The company is trading at $60.84/share which has not been seen since October 2000 for a very brief moment. It is considered a “Market” stock that exhibits similar pricing change movement to the market. The dividend yield is above the market average at 3.10%.


By |2016-07-07T15:22:17+00:00July 7th, 2016|Categories: Money Basics|Tags: , |0 Comments

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