Carl Icahn has taken a stake in Dollar Tree

Carl Icahn has taken a stake in Dollar Tree

The market, however, assigns almost no value to the Family Dollar chain, John Zolidis of Quo Vadis Capital said earlier this month in a presentation at the Cyprus Value Investor Conference. If Dollar Tree splits off or sells Family Dollar, which represents about half of its stores, the Dollar Tree chain would still retain 96 percent of the company’s current market value, he argued. Accordingly, the argument can be made that the market is valuing Family Dollar at nearly zero. If spun off, however, Family Dollar on its own would be worth between $5 billion and $6.2 billion, according to Zolidis.

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