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Vivint Smart Home Inc

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584,000

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5.34 - 5.73

52 WEEK

5.1 - 16.2

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After slipping last week, U.S. stock futures are edging higher to start the trading week, with Treasury yields little changed as markets remain in “wait-and-see” mode regarding the timing of accelerated tightening by the Fed after last weeks sharply higher inflation readings. Investors also prepare for a busy week of quarterly earnings in the retail sector with results from WMT, LOW, TGT and HD among those expected this week as earnings season wraps up. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index gained +0.56% to 29,776, the Shanghai Index fell -5 points to 3,533, and the Hang Seng Index advanced +0.25% to 25,390, In Europe, the German DAX is up about +0.1% at 16,100, while the FTSE 100 is little changed at 7,340. Stocks finished Friday near the highs, but for the week, the S&P 500 500 fell 0.3%, the Dow fell 0.6% and the Nasdaq fell 0.7%, as each snapped their 5-week winning streaks amid heightened inflation fears. Before the bell today, the November Empire State Manufacturing Index arrives, with economists predicting a small rise from the month before in the only main data point on the schedule today. The dollar is steady, oil prices are lower and Bitcoin/crypto assets are looking higher. Overall, it looks like a strong start to the trading week, but will gains hold? Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Empire Manufacturing for November…est. 21.2 Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: ACM, AYRO, BFLY, CMAX, CVSI, DMRC, DNA, GOED, JAGX, KALA, OEG, ONDS, PTN, RAIL, RMBL, SEAT, TLS, TSN, URGN, VVNT, WE, YOU Earnings After the Close: AAP, ASTG, AGIL, ATHX, AXON, BIOC, BKYI, BODY, CMP, COMS, COOK, CSPR, DM, EDR, ETON, FPAY, GLAD, IDEX, INVO, JJSF, LCID, LFG, MARK, MIRM, NRDY, PLBY, POWW, PRCH, RAX, RXT, SGBX, SNDX, TALK, UAVS, VTSI, XL, XSPA, ZEV Other Key Events: BTIG Digital Health Forum $virtual, 11/15 Stifel 2021 Healthcare Conference $virtual, 11/15-11/17 Wolfe Industrial Growth & Technology Conference 2021 $virtual, 11/15 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -1.00 79.79 Brent -1.16 81.01 Gold -1.90 1,863.00 EUR/USD -0.0002 1.1443 JPY/USD -0.03 113.86 10-Year Note +0.006 1.554% World News China Oct Industrial O/P higher: 3.5% y/y vs 3% consensus; China Oct Industrial Production higher: 10.9% vs 10.8% consensus; China Oct Retail Sales higher: 4.9% y/y vs 3.5% consensus ECB’s Lagarde said this weekend that conditions for hike in rates unlikely to be met next year; GDP still expected to exceed pre-pandemic levels by year end; price pressures to normalize as supply bottlenecks unwind; no evidence of negotiated wages Hackers compromised a Federal Bureau of Investigation $FBI email system on Saturday and sent tens of thousands of messages warning of a possible cyberattack, according to the agency and security specialists. Jayson Albano reports. Sector News Breakdown **Consumer** Tesla $TSLA shares slipping -2%; CEO Elon Musk on Sunday asked Bernie Sanders on Twitter whether the U.S. senator wants him to sell more shares after Sanders demanded the wealthy pay their “fair share” of taxes. “Want me to sell more stock, Bernie? Just say the word,” Musk tweeted. Meanwhile, “The Big Short” investor Michael Burry tweeted that “Musk doesn’t need cash, he just wants to sell Tesla Macy’s $M, Nordstrom $JWN and Signet Jewelers $SIG among mall-based retailers that are enjoying a revival on expectations consumers will spend a record $851 billion this holiday season, a 9.5% jump from last year, Barron’s reported, citing the National Retail Federation **Energy** Negotiators from almost 200 countries clinched a deal that seeks to keep the most ambitious goal of the Paris Agreement alive, breaking new ground in the fight against climate change but punting the hardest decisions into the future. After two weeks of often fraught United Nations COP26 talks, delegates agreed to reduce the use of coal **Financials** S&P Global $SPGI won U.S. antitrust approval to buy IHS Markit $INFO to create a financial data giant spanning everything from bond ratings and commodities prices to tracking trade flows across the world after the Justice Department cleared the $39 billion deal **Healthcare** Regeneron $REGN announces $3B share buyback plan Pfizer $PFE strong R&D makes stock a good long-term bet, according to Barron’s. Notes two years ago, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla asked investors to take a big gamble on the research-and-development operation, and that bet is looking smarter than ever **Industrials & Materials** Deere $DE and union officials reach a third preliminary contract agreement on a contract in a bid to end a four-week-old strike; the previous offer included 10% pay raises, a signing bonus of $8,500, made workers eligible for health insurance sooner, and maintained no-premium health insurance coverage. The United States said late Friday it will open talks with Japan over tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Japan last week asked the United States to abolish the “Section 232” tariffs imposed by former U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration in 2018. **Technology, Media & Telecom** American Tower Corp. $AMT is said to near an agreement to acquire CoreSite Realty $COR for about $10B in an all-cash deal according to a Bloomberg report saying they could announce the acquisition of the data center operator as soon as this week. The report comes after Reuters reported last week that CoreSite was exploring options after getting a takeover approach. Walt Disney $DIS stock tumbled to near a one-year low this week following high-profile misses in its streaming and theme-parks segments according to Barron’s, which could make for an attractive entry point for patient investors CrowdStrike $CRWD initiated at underweight with a $247 target at Morgan Stanley saying the firm’s early leadership position is becoming increasingly challenged Shopify $SHOP downgraded to Hold from Buy at Loop Capital

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Industrials & Materials Avis Car Rental ($CAR) Q2 adj EPS $5.90 vs. est. $1.21; Q2 revs $2.37B vs. est. $1.86B; Adjusted EBITDA in the Americas was $634 million for second quarter 2021 driven by continued sequential revenue growth and sustained cost discipline; liquidity position at the end of the quarter was approximately $1.8 billion with an additional $3.4 billion of fleet funding capacity Lyft Inc. ($LYFT) 2Q revs $765Mm vs est. $696.9Mm, adj net loss $18Mm, grew active riders in 2Q more than 3.6Mm sequentially, qtrly revs per active rider $44.63, says company would be able to keep costs down when ridership returns to pre-covid levels Curtis-Wright (CW) 2Q adj EPS $1.56 vs est. $1.54 on sales $621.5Mm vs est. $593.1Mm; guides FY adj EPS $7.15-7.35 vs est. $7.30, sees FY sales $2.465-2.515B vs est. $2.495B; increased qtrly dividend by 6% to $0.18 Kratos Defense ($KTOS) 2Q adj EPS $0.06 vs est. $0.06 on revs $205.1Mm vs est. $198.9Mm; guides 3Q revs $195-205Mm vs est. $215.95Mm; reaffirms previous FY guide for revs, adj EBITDA and FCF Lockheed Martin ($LMT) cut its full-year earnings forecast due to its purchase of group annuity contracts from Athene Holding ($ATH) to transfer $4.9B in pension obligations and related plan assets for ~18K U.S. retirees and beneficiaries. FMC Corp. ($FMC) Q2 adj EPS $1.81 vs. est. $1.78; Q2 revs $1.2B vs. est. $1.23B; cuts FY21 adjusted EPS view to $6.54-$6.94 from $6.70-$7.40 (est. $7.12); backs rev outlook of $4.9B-$5.1B; cuts FY21 adjusted EBITDA view to $1.29B-$1.35B from $1.32B-$1.42B Innospec ($IOSP) 2Q adj EPS $1.30 vs est. $0.89 on revs $354.5Mm vs est. $340.35Mm O-I Glass (OI) Q2 adj EPS $0.54 vs. est. $0.47; Q2 revs $1.7B vs. est. $1.55B; sees FY21 EPS $1.65-$1.75 vs. est. $1.68; now expects sales volume in tons should increase 4%-5% compared to 2020; says anticipates cash provided by operating activities of around $660M and approximately $260M in free cash flow Media & Telecom Lumen ($LUMN) to sell local incumbent carrier operations in 20 states to Apollo funds for $7.5 billion; transaction will sharpen lumen’s enterprise focus, accelerate the quantum fiber deployment, and drive growth on the lumen platform com ($MTCH) 2Q adj EPS $0.46 vs est. $0.52 on revs $708Mm vs est. $691.1Mm; qtrly payers +15% to 15Mm, qtrly tinder direct revs +26% (payers +17% to 9.6Mm); says seeing strong recovery in US and improvement in Europe; says rising vaccination rates helping tinder direct rev growth; guides 2H total match group revs more than +25%; sees FY revs over $3B vs est. $2.92B; guides 3Q EBITDA $275-280Mm vs est. $287.5Mm; sees FY EBITDA $1.045-1.06B vs est. $1.075B Technology Activision ($ATVI) Q2 adj EPS $1.20 vs. est. $0.75; Q2 net bookings $1.92B vs. est. $1.89B; raises FY21 adjusted EPS view to $3.54 from $3.42 (est. $3.77) and boosts FY21 net bookings view to $8.65B from $8.6B (est. $8.77B); for qtr ended June 30, 2021, overall Activision blizzard monthly active users were 408 mln Akami ($AKAM) Q2 non-GAAP EPS $1.42 vs. est. $1.38; Q2 revs $853M vs. est. $845.36M; q2 security technology group revenue of $325 mln, up 25% year-over-year; Q2 edge technology group revenue of $528 mln, down 1% year-over-year; sees Q3 EPS $1.37-$1.41 vs. est. $1.35 Alteryx Inc. ($AYX) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.08) vs. est. loss (-$0.25); Q2 revs $120.1M vs. est. $113.04M; sees FY21 non-GAAP EPS loss (26c)-(12c), vs. consensus loss (1c); sees FY21 revenue $520.0M-$530.0M below consensus $571.48M; sees FY21 ARR $635.0M; Ended the second quarter of 2021 with 7,405 customers, a 10% increase from the second quarter of 2020 Blackbaud ($BLKB) 2Q adj EPS $0.82 vs est. $0.72 on revs $229.4Mm vs est. $225.4Mm Infinera ($INFN) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.03) vs. est. loss (-$0.05); Q2 revs $338.23M vs. est. $344.87M; sees Q3 revenue $354M plus/minus $15M, vs. est. $362.32M Lattice Semiconductor ($LSCC) Q2 adj EPS $0.25 vs. est. $0.22; Q2 revs $125.9M vs. est. $120.25M; sees Q3 revs $124M-$132M vs. est. $121.42M; said drove 25% year-over-year revenue growth, with a 49% expansion in non-GAAP net income year-over-year LivePerson ($LPSN) 2Q EPS ($0.31) vs est. ($0.13) on revs $119.6Mm vs est. $113.3Mm; guides 3Q revs $117-119Mm vs est. $117.9Mm, sees 3Q loss $0.49-0.55 vs est. loss $0.11; guides FY revs $464-471Mm vs est. $465.7Mm McAfee ($MCFE) declares special dividend of $4.50 per share Microchip ($MCHP) 1Q adj EPS $1.98 vs est. $1.91 on sales $1.569B vs est. $1.55B; guides 2Q revs $1.616-1.679B vs est. $1.594B, sees 2Q adj EPS $2.05-2.17 vs est. $1.99 Paycom Software ($PAYC) 2Q adj EPS $0.97 vs est. $0.84 on revs $242.1Mm vs est. $232.1Mm; guides 3Q revs $249-251Mm vs est. $242.6Mm; guides FY revs $1.036-1.038B vs est. $1.018B RingCentral ($RNG) 2Q adj EPS $0.32 vs est. $0.28 on revs $379Mm vs est. $359.9Mm; guides 3Q adj EPS $0.33-0.34 vs est. $0.31, sees 3Q revs $390.5-393.5Mm vs est. $384.5Mm; guides FY revs $1.539-1.545B vs est. $1.508B Skillz, Inc. ($SKLZ) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.21) vs. est. loss (-$0.10); Q2 revs $89.5M vs. est. $88.2M Veeco Instruments ($VECO) 2Q adj EPS $0.35 vs est. $0.27 on revs $146.3Mm vs est. $136Mm; guides 3Q revs $135-155Mm vs est. $141Mm, sees 3Q adj EPS $0.25-0.44 vs est. $0.32 Vivint Smart Home ($VVNT) 2Q revs $355.2Mm vs est. $340.7Mm, new subs +12.6% to 121,599; guides FY revs $1.38-1.42B vs est. $1.416B, sees FY total subs 1.80-1.85Mm

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

1.18 B

Beta

1.65

Avg. Volume

647.85 K

Shares Outstanding

212.57 M

Yield

0%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2022-08-03

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Vivint Smart Home is a leading smart home company in North America. Vivint delivers an integrated smart home system with in-home consultation, professional installation and support delivered by its Smart Home Pros, as well as 24/7 customer care and monitoring. Dedicated to redefining the home experience with intelligent products and services, Vivint serves more than 1.7 million customers throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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