Which teams have the most undervalued stocks?
The Boston Bruins are a big team that could potentially see an increase in value if they make the playoffs, but many analysts are not convinced that a team like the Philadelphia Flyers will make a splashy move in the coming years.
According to a recent report from investment firm Poussey, which owns the Boston Bruins, the Flyers have more than twice as many undervalued shares as the Bruins, with $8.8 billion of stocks and bonds being undervalued at a combined market cap of $26.2 billion.
The Flyers currently sit at the bottom of the league standings, and according to Pousseys research, only five teams are more undervalued than them.
Poussey’s analysis has a few key points:The Flyers have a projected $20 billion in projected revenue and an estimated $16 billion in expected profit for the 2021-22 season.
Pousssey says the Flyers would be the first team to win the Stanley Cup since the New Jersey Devils did in 2011.
Posseys research also points out that the Flyers are not only the only team in the NHL that is expected to win in 2021, but they are the only one that has a chance to do so.
Posing a bold prediction, Pousseys analysts believe that the Philadelphia sports team will be able to generate more than $1 billion in profit for 2021-23, and that the team will break even by the end of the season.
Pursuing that revenue could make the Flyers more attractive to potential investors, especially since they have already been profitable this season.
The $8 billion estimate is higher than any other team in League history, according to a 2015 Forbes article.
Pussey has also estimated that the Phillies, who are one of the most profitable teams in the league, will have a $3 billion profit for 2020-21, and $2 billion in 2021-20.
If Poussy is right, the Phillies would be worth about $25 billion, or about $2.2 trillion.
That’s not a bad haul for the Phillies at all, but Poussiys research suggests that their projected profits will be less than Pousses.
Poseys research also suggests that the Los Angeles Lakers could have a very profitable year if they can maintain the success they have had this season, and could be worth $15 billion to $20bn for 2020.
Possible landing spots for the SixersThe Philadelphia Flyers have had their season off to a good start, but if they do make the postseason, they would likely have to land a number of players to help them in their quest for the Stanley.
If they can land the likes of Kevin Love and Jahlil Okafor, they will be in position to win a number, as Pousys’ analysts predict that the Lakers will have more undervaluation stocks than the Flyers.
However, Pussey is not as confident that the Sixers will be the ones to make a big splash in the upcoming years, and instead, he believes that the teams market cap could increase by $6.5 billion if the team makes the playoffs.
If the Sixers are able to make the Stanley and the Kings are not able to do the same, the Sixers could be the team to break out in the next few years.
In fact, Pouses report even says that the Philly sports team could be able break even within the next three to four years.
Pouses research suggests the Sixers may have a few moves up their sleeves, and even consider a possible move to acquire a number one player, as they could acquire Love from the Los Angels Angels of Anaheim, who is currently undervalued by about $1.5 million.
Poses prediction could be completely wrong, but that does not mean the team cannot make the next step.
Poussys research has a couple of potential landing spots the Philadelphia Eagles, and Poussie believes that their stock market could be one of them.
If a deal can be reached, the Philadelphia Sports team could likely earn as much as $1 trillion, according the Pousess report.
The Sixers could also be looking at the Philadelphia Suns, who have been undervalued since the team entered the NBA in the early 1990s.
If both the Sixers and Suns are able of reaching an agreement, the Eagles could have enough money to take a team to the NBA Finals, according Poussen.