TUI AG/ADR and Recruit both are business services firms, however, we are curious to know whose investment is superior? To know this we will have to do a comparison of firms on the basis of their earnings, institutional ownership, profitability, valuation, dividends, analyst recommendations, and risks.
Institutional investors have ownership of 0.1 percent of TUI AG/ADR shares. Strong institutional ownership indicates that endowments, hedge funds, as well as, large money managers have confidence in the stock and that it will be outperforming the market over the long term.
A yearly dividend of 0.26 dollars per share is paid by TUI AG/ADR and has a dividend yield of 3.8 percent. No dividend is paid by Recruit. 37.3 percent of the firm’s earnings are paid out by TUI AG/ADR in the form of a dividend.
The beta of Recruit is 1.03, which gives an indication that its share price is 3 percent more volatile than the S&P 500. In contrast to that, the beta of TUI AG/ADR is 0.86, which gives an indication that its share price is 14 percent less volatile than the S&P 500.
The firm offers employment information services not only in Japan but also across the world. It has its operations managed through Media & Solutions, Human Resource Technology, as well as, staffing segments. The firm operates Indeed.com, which does aggregation of numerous job listings from information provided on job search sites, firm’s career pages, as well as, other online sources. In addition to this, the firm also operates Suumo that is a real estate & housing Website; Zexy, a site that provides bridal-related information on several wedding venues in addition to jewelry, dresses, and accessories, as well as, wedding favors. It also operates Study Sapuri Shinro; a Website that provides educational information for guiding high school students, as well as, their families.