Universal Forest Products (UFPI)

Sector:Industrials
Super Investor Stats:
Ownership count:0
Ownership rank:--
% of all portfolios:0%
History Portfolio Manager Activity Share change % change to portfolio
Q3  2016
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Sell 100.00% 50,000 1.76
Q2  2016
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 9.09% 5,000 0.18
Q1  2016
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 31.25% 25,000 0.80
Q4  2015
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 46.67% 70,000 1.68
Q3  2015
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 14.29% 25,000 0.50
Q2  2015
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 18.60% 40,000 0.57
Q1  2015
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 9.72% 23,147 0.32
Q3  2014
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 2.44% 5,958 0.04
Q1  2014
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 0.51% 1,250 0.01
Arnold Van Den Berg - Century Management Advisers Sell 100.00% 2,110 0.10
Q4  2013
Arnold Van Den Berg - Century Management Advisers Reduce 84.58% 11,575 0.55
Q2  2013
Arnold Van Den Berg - Century Management Advisers Reduce 3.73% 530 0.02
Q1  2013
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 37.31% 146,045 0.86
Q4  2012
Arnold Van Den Berg - Century Management Advisers Reduce 61.78% 22,980 0.99
Q3  2012
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 12.08% 53,788 0.34
Arnold Van Den Berg - Century Management Advisers Reduce 22.80% 10,985 0.45
Q2  2012
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Reduce 22.64% 130,314 0.72
Q4  2011
Arnold Van Den Berg - Century Management Advisers Add 2050.89% 45,940 1.26
Q3  2011
Arnold Van Den Berg - Century Management Advisers Buy 2,240 0.06
Q2  2011
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Add 33.12% 143,200 0.45
Q1  2011
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Add 11.59% 44,900 0.22
Q4  2010
Bill Nasgovitz - Heartland Select Value Buy 387,402 2.27

* "Hold Price" is the term we use to indicate the price at which our Super Investors are comfortable owning a security. It is the price of the security as of the portfolio date (usually quarter end). It's a reasonable indicator of a stock's undervaluation at that price, otherwise it would have been sold. We only provide this value when a security is owned by at least two Super Investors. In the case of reporting dates being different, we calculate a weighted average price.