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Digital Subscriptions > The Hedge Fund Journal > Issue 118 - Nov | Dec 2016 > What does opportunity look like to an activist?

What does opportunity look like to an activist?

Within each sector, how do you view current market valuations?

In 2016, 45% of respondents see energy stocks as undervalued. After a year in which activity was seemingly frustrated by the volatility of oil prices, this may be the sector to watch over the next year.

Those surveyed say that, on average, they hold their activist investments for around three years and seek to realize a 20% return on investment. Over a shorter period, that sort of increase would be hard to produce without a major change in ownership or financial structure, but turnarounds and operational campaigns fit the three-year timeline better. Even so, those critics who accuse activists of encouraging short-termism are unlikely to be convinced.

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