The Jensen Investment Team Sells Position in TJX Companies
TJX is a leading global off-price retailer. Off-price retailers take advantage of inefficiencies in the retail supply chain to purchase and sell merchandise at a discount to traditional retailers. Key TJX store concepts include T.J. Maxx, HomeGoods and Marshalls.
We retain a positive view on TJX as a business. However, the stock price exceeded our estimate of full value and we began reducing the position in early 2023. We intend to closely monitor TJX and may consider reestablishing a position based on improvement in the company’s valuation, fundamentals and/or risk characteristics.
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