Discussion in 'Stocks' started by JDE13158, Nov 1, 2005.
Rocketed to $130 now trading around $100...just wondering what your opinions are.
here is my previous post from 10/24
10-24-05 09:32 AM
Some thoughts of my thoughts on the CBOT IPO.
-Uses Euronext Liffe's LIFFECONNECT for matching, not its own system
-In 2003, Exchange fees accounted for 75% of revenue ($285mm); 2004, only 54% of revenue ($204mm)
-Uses CME's CME/CBOT Common Clearing Link for clearinghouse
-Clearinghouse fees increased from $1.158mm in 2003 to $73.556mm in 2004.
-Clearinghouse house costs increased from $972m in 2003 to $54.755mm in 2004.
-82% of all contracts cleared are for Financial derivatives â¦
-CME is the largest US financial derivatives market
2005 first-half net income was $39mm; annualized we will assume $78mm for fiscal 2005
There is a float of 52mm shares and only 3.163mm have been offered to the public. *6.1% of float*
EPS: $78mm/52mm = $1.5/share
P/E 10/21: $126/$1.5 = 84
There is a lockup on the stock for 6/12/18 months 1/3 of shares free to trade every 6 months.
Compared with CME:
-IPO issued 13% of float, BOT only issued 6% of float so the rest of those shared will be coming in 6 months.
-CME makes money for clearing BOT's trades
-Euronext Liffe makes money for matching BOT's trades
- CME largest US financial derivatives exchange
Here is the kicker though, CME with all 34.37mm shares outstanding is only trading at a p/e of 44.
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