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3 Reasons Growth Investors Will Love Sally Beauty (SBH)

Growth investors focus on stocks that are seeing above-average financial growth, as this feature helps these securities garner the market’s attention and deliver solid returns. But finding a great growth stock is not easy at all.

That’s because, these stocks usually carry above-average risk and volatility. In fact, betting on a stock for which the growth story is actually over or nearing its end could lead to significant loss.

However, it’s pretty easy to find cutting-edge growth stocks with the help of the Zacks Growth Style Score (part of the Zacks Style Scores system), which looks beyond the traditional growth attributes to analyze a company’s real growth prospects.

Sally Beauty (SBH) is one such stock that our proprietary system currently recommends. The company not only has a favorable Growth Score, but also carries a top Zacks Rank.

Studies have shown that stocks with the best growth features consistently outperform the

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Sally Beauty Supply and Cosmo Prof Announce the Cultivate Cohort of Women Entrepreneurs

DENTON, Texas, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Sally Beauty Supply and Cosmo Prof announce the four brands selected for the second iteration of the Cultivate Cohort. This accelerator program is designed to empower female-owned beauty brands to bring their visions and business plans to life.

In 2018, the inaugural Cultivate program propelled brands Curlanista and PuffCuff to new heights, transforming them into household names and growing by 3,771 percent and 88 percent over the past year, respectively. As part of the 2020 program, four brands were selected to receive business grants worth a combined total of $60,000, online distribution at SallyBeauty.com and CosmoProfBeauty.com in October, along with a 4-week virtual boot camp built to set the brands up for success.

Alexis Stanley, founder of UniQurl
Alexis Stanley, founder of UniQurl
Pekela Riley, founder of True + Pure Texture
Pekela Riley, founder of True + Pure Texture
Tara Darnley, founder of Peculiar Roots
Tara Darnley, founder of Peculiar Roots
Pattie Yankee, founder of Pattie Yankee Products
Pattie Yankee, founder of Pattie Yankee Products

Introducing the

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BBC Radio 5 live – Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review, Sally Hawkins, Eternal Beauty, On the Rocks and The Trial of the Chicago 7

Mark and Simon are joined by Sally Hawkins who talks about her new movie. Plus your essential streaming and cinema reviews including The Trial of the Chicago 7 and On the Rocks.

Mark and Simon are joined by Sally Hawkins who talks about her new movie Eternal Beauty.

Plus your essential streaming film reviews including Aaron Sorkin’s star-studded drama The Trial of the Chicago 7, Sofia Coppola’s On the Rocks, about a young mother reconnecting with her larger-than-life playboy father on an adventure through New York, starring Bill Murray, Rashida Jones and Marlon Wayans.

Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week.

They also recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week and count down the top 10 films at the UK box office.

00:32:24 Box Office Top 10
00:44:07 A Perfectly Normal Family
00:47:27 Sally Hawkins

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Are Investors Undervaluing Sally Beauty (SBH) Right Now?

The proven Zacks Rank system focuses on earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find winning stocks. Nevertheless, we know that our readers all have their own perspectives, so we are always looking at the latest trends in value, growth, and momentum to find strong picks.

Of these, value investing is easily one of the most popular ways to find great stocks in any market environment. Value investors use tried-and-true metrics and fundamental analysis to find companies that they believe are undervalued at their current share price levels.

Zacks has developed the innovative Style Scores system to highlight stocks with specific traits. For example, value investors will be interested in stocks with great grades in the “Value” category. When paired with a high Zacks Rank, “A” grades in the Value category are among the strongest value stocks on the market today.

One company value investors might notice is Sally Beauty (SBH).

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Coronation Street spoilers: Sally and Tim’s wedding ruined by Geoff?

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The moment Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) in Coronation Street finally stood up to his dad Geoff (Ian Bartholomew) was one we will never forget.

It’s been a tricky time for Tim and Sally (Sally Dynevor) as of late, their relationship has been tested and pushed to near breaking point during the times where Tim would defend his dad and Sally would beg him to see Geoff for the controlling person he is.

Now Tim has disowned his dad he and Sally can finally begin preparations for their wedding. As the plans get underway for the big day, it would appear Geoff is in the middle of planning something…but what could it be?

Determined Geoff mustn’t find out, Tim and Sally secretly plan their wedding with Abi (Sally Carman), Faye (Ellie Leach) and Gail (Helen Worth) on side. But as they enjoy a low key hen party in the

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Sally Hawkins breaks down the challenges of portraying mental illness in Eternal Beauty



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Sally Hawkins has a fondness for characters that, in her words, “fall in the gaps.”

“I’m aligned with people in life that may not be noticed or are generally stigmatized,” she tells EW. “Those stories are always more interesting. Every single person has a voice. Whether it’s somebody who’s not sorted out or is part of a section of society that is not necessarily treated with compassion. Spinning that on its head and seeing them with love — as soon as we open our hearts and our minds, then we can begin to change.”



a person standing posing for the camera: Sally Hawkins discusses portraying mental illness in 'Eternal Beauty' and her fondness for playing people who 'fall through the gaps.'


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Sally Hawkins discusses portraying mental illness in ‘Eternal Beauty’ and her fondness for playing people who ‘fall through the gaps.’

Hawkins has earned Oscar nominations for her portrayal of two such people, the eternally optimistic Poppy in Happy-Go-Lucky and mute cleaner Elisa in The Shape of

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Eternal Beauty review: A perfect showcase for Shape of Water star Sally Hawkins

Guillermo del Toro once said that when he casts a movie, he casts eyes. The main eyes in his Best Picture winner The Shape of Water belong to Sally Hawkins, and they’re impossible to confuse with anyone else’s. There’s a warmth to her face that’s used well in films like Paddington and Happy-Go-Lucky, but there’s a brittleness to her features, too. Her forehead always seems furrowed in sadness or concern, even when she’s smiling, as if she could break down at any moment. Her latest role, as the lead in Craig Roberts’ Eternal Beauty, takes full advantage of that dangerous, fragile quality.

Hawkins stars as Jane, a woman struggling with schizophrenia and depression. Her visits to her doctor, who reproaches her for saying she’s “doing fine” instead of “doing better,” are fruitless, and her medication isn’t making her feel any better. Her family — her mother Vivian (Penelope

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‘Eternal Beauty’ Review: Sally Hawkins, in Another Transformation

The Welsh actor Craig Roberts dedicates his second directorial feature to “the real Calamity Jane,” making clear that “Eternal Beauty” is based on actual people in his life. (He’s also said so in interviews.) The Jane he presents in this movie — he’s also the writer — is played by Sally Hawkins, and her performance is another startling transformation in her filmography. (She’s a two-time Oscar nominee, for her work in “The Shape of Water” and “Happy Go Lucky,” playing two very different characters.)

Jane suffers from a form of schizophrenia. Her state is not entirely debilitating but is certainly erratic. And it manifests itself in often alienating behavior. She buys her own Christmas presents, opens them in front of her family and hands out receipts to the designated givers.

She definitely shouldn’t drive. She almost breaks her nephew’s neck when coming to a sudden, unnecessary stop on the road.

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SailPoint Technologies Holdings Set to Join S&P MidCap 400; Sally Beauty Holdings to Join S&P SmallCap 600

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NEW YORK, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — SailPoint Technologies Holdings Inc. (NYSE:SAIL) will replace Sally Beauty Holdings Inc. (NYSE:SBH) in the S&P MidCap 400, and Sally Beauty Holdings will replace Oasis Petroleum Inc. (NASD:OAS) in the S&P SmallCap 600 effective prior to the opening of trading on Monday, October 5. Oasis Petroleum is filing for bankruptcy protection and is ineligible for continued inclusion in the S&P SmallCap 600. Sally Beauty Holdings has a market capitalization more representative of the small-cap market space.

Following is a summary of the changes that will take place prior to the open of trading on the effective date:



Effective Date

Index Name

Action

Company Name

Ticker

GICS Sector

Oct. 5, 2020

S&P MidCap 400

Addition

SailPoint Technologies Holdings

SAIL

Information Technology

Oct. 5, 2020

S&P

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‘Eternal Beauty’ Review: Sally Hawkins in Quirky Mental Health Comedy

“What if there’s no such thing as happiness, only moments of not being depressed?” So asks Jane, the paranoid schizophrenic heroine of “Eternal Beauty,” and it’s one of the more thought-provoking lines in Craig Roberts’ earnest but ungainly sophomore feature — a film that itself stumbles upon moments of clarity without ever finding a happy or consistent groove. Making a comedy about mental illness is a tall enough order without the tricky tonal embellishments, filched from influences as disparate as Paul Thomas Anderson and Terry Gilliam, that Roberts has attempted on an otherwise slender script. With an assist from Sally Hawkins’ valiantly committed lead performance, the result occasionally summons the genuinely disoriented perspective of an unstable protagonist, but more often, it’s the filmmaking that seems to spiral out of control.

Despite an impressive best-of-British ensemble that, besides Hawkins’ go-for-broke star turn, includes support from David Thewlis, Billie Piper, Alice Lowe,

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