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Company profile

Cryoport, Inc. (Cryoport), is a life sciences services company that is an integral part of the supply chain supporting the biopharma, reproductive medicine and animal health markets. Through its products and services the Company enable its clients to ship, store and deliver cellular-based materials and drug products as well as other life sciences commodities in a precise, defined temperature-controlled state. The Company’s advanced platform is comprised of comprehensive and technology-centric systems and solutions are designed to support the global high-volume distribution of commercial biologic and cell-based products and therapies regulated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other international regulatory bodies for distribution in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific (APAC) regions.

Price
Delayed
$42.72
Day's Change
-0.54 (-1.25%)
Bid
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Ask
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B/A Size
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Day's High
43.60
Day's Low
42.11
Volume
(Light)

Today's volume of 148,417 shares is on pace to be much lighter than CYRX's 10-day average volume of 417,312 shares.

148,417

UPDATE: Here are 35 stocks in the market's two hottest sectors that Wall Street loves

6:58 am ET September 22, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch

Technology stocks are not among them

Quick -- which stock sectors have been the best performers over the past month? The information technology sector is not among them.

Here's how the 11 sectors of the benchmark S&P 500 Index have fared over the past month and for all of 2020 through Sept. 18:

Index Price change - Aug. 18 through Sept. 18 Price change - 2020

Materials 4.6% 6.8%

Industrials 2.5% -3.5%

Financials 0.0% -20.1%

Real Estate -1.7% -8.4%

Consumer Staples -1.8% 0.6%

Health Care -1.9% 3.2%

Utilities -2.9% -10.2%

Information Technology -2.9% 21.9%

Communication Services -3.0% 6.4%

Consumer Discretionary -4.0% 18.5%

Energy -10.6% -45.1%

S&P 500 Index -2.1% 2.7%

Source: FactSet

All price changes in this article exclude dividends.

You may be surprised to see the materials and industrials sectors leading over the past month, especially because so much of the financial media's focus has been on the FAANG stocks and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT), whose combined market capitalization is $6.6 trillion, or 24% of the index's combined market cap, according to FactSet.

Most of the FAANG + Microsoft group members have had a fantastic year, even with the declines over the past month:

Company Ticker Price change - Aug. 18 through Sept. 18 Price change - 2020

Facebook Inc. Class A US:FB -3.7% 23.0%

Apple Inc. US:AAPL -7.5% 45.5%

Amazon.com Inc. US:AMZN -10.8% 59.9%

Netflix Inc. US:NFLX -4.5% 45.2%

Alphabet Inc. Class C US:GOOG -6.3% 9.2%

Alphabet Inc. Class A US:GOOGL -6.7% 8.3%

Microsoft Corp. US:MSFT -5.2% 27.1%

Source: FactSet

You may have to scroll the table to the right to see all the data.

Among these six companies, only Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Microsoft are in the technology sector, while Facebook Inc. (FB), Netflix Inc. (NFLX) and Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) (GOOGL) are in the communications services sector (also having a banner year) and Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) is in the consumer discretionary sector.

But the cap-weighting of the S&P 500 means investors might not realize that 58% of those 500 stocks have actually declined during 2020.

Turning back to the materials and industrials sectors, Jefferies analyst Steven DeSanctis wrote in a note to clients on Monday that he was confident about his "overweight" recommendation for both because of improving macroeconomic conditions.

He cited a weakening dollar, greater demand from China and rising commodity prices for the materials sector, and improving industrial-supply numbers as well. He added that recent earnings-estimate revisions among analysts for the two sectors were positive and that tech-stock valuations were looking ripe.

DeSanctis is actually focused on small-cap and mid-cap stocks. If we expand beyond the S&P 500 to the S&P 1500 Composite Index (which also includes the S&P Small Cap 600 Index and the S&P Mid Cap 400 Index), there are 324 stocks in the materials and industrials sectors. Narrowing the list, there are 223 companies with market capitalizations of at least $1 billion that are covered by at least five sell-side analysts. Among these 223, 35 have "buy" or equivalent ratings among at least 75% of analysts.

Here they are, sorted by implied 12-month upside potential, based on consensus price targets (scroll the table at the bottom, to the right, to see all the data):

Company Ticker Industry Share 'buy' ratings Closing price - Sept. 18 Cons. Price target Implied 12-month upside potential Price change - Aug. 18 through Sept. 18 Price change - 2020

Patrick Industries Inc. US:PATK Homebuilding 100% $51.74 $80.67 56% -19.5% -1.3%

Harsco Corp. US:HSC Metal Fabrication 83% $15.34 $20.75 35% 4.7% -33.3%

Applied Industrial Technologies Inc. US:AIT Wholesale Distributors 100% $55.85 $75.40 35% -11.6% -16.3%

Curtiss-Wright Corp. US:CW Aerospace and Defense 100% $98.70 $127.00 29% -4.3% -29.9%

Cubic Corp. US:CUB Aerospace and Defense 88% $44.37 $56.86 28% -3.4% -30.2%

L3Harris Technologies Inc. US:LHX Aerospace and Defense 95% $185.21 $236.45 28% 2.3% -6.4%

Raytheon Technologies Corp. US:RTX Aerospace and Defense 75% $62.35 $79.00 27% 0.4% -29.4%

MasTec Inc. US:MTZ Engineering and Construction 100% $43.46 $54.82 26% -4.4% -32.3%

Ashland Global Holdings Inc. US:ASH Chemicals: Specialty 82% $71.07 $88.60 25% -6.9% -7.1%

Ingevity Corp. US:NGVT Chemicals: Major Diversified 78% $55.58 $68.89 24% -5.5% -36.4%

SkyWest, Inc. US:SKYW Airlines 100% $33.75 $41.67 23% 10.7% -47.8%

Mercury Systems Inc. US:MRCY Electronic Equipment/ Instruments 82% $75.27 $92.80 23% -2.0% 8.9%

Univar Solutions Inc. US:UNVR Wholesale Distributors 78% $18.38 $22.22 21% 1.8% -24.2%

Carlisle Cos. Inc. US:CSL Miscellaneous Manufacturing 89% $122.41 $147.75 21% -2.9% -24.4%

SPX Corp. US:SPXC Industrial Conglomerates 83% $43.50 $52.00 20% -0.8% -14.5%

Minerals Technologies Inc. US:MTX Chemicals: Specialty 100% $49.67 $59.00 19% -4.1% -13.8%

Dycom Industries Inc. US:DY Engineering and Construction 86% $55.39 $65.00 17% 17.3% 17.5%

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc. US:AAWW Air Freight/ Couriers 83% $61.23 $71.83 17% 4.6% 122.1%

Aecom US:ACM Engineering and Construction 80% $39.97 $46.44 16% 4.7% -7.3%

Teledyne Technologies Inc. US:TDY Aerospace and Defense 100% $325.07 $376.00 16% 1.6% -6.2%

Northrop Grumman Corp. US:NOC Aerospace and Defense 77% $341.50 $394.95 16% 1.2% -0.7%

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