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I sold at just over $14.00 in April. Took a small hit. New management team and still nothing! I don't see any good in the short term, and the long term at best, is hazy.
they just took out $105m in debt having been cash flush for years. poisonous sign. Div cut good for short term and jobs cuts as well, but just keeping water at bay. No growth or delivery next Q and the rats will start bailing.
this thing had a range to 15.10 or so looking for breakout past, debt alone will cut 2 pts off that and no further growth, if we see (-) 12.25 or so for a few days its "look out below".
in at 15.15, holding tight again my better judgement. GL longs
Didn't they replace the CEO back in July of last year? Unfortunately he isn't doing any better than his predecessor. Dropping the dividend, although a necessity was a death knell; and the clandestine way they did it, well, speaks for itself. Executive salaries at the very least should have been on the cutting block.
agreed. Unfortunately, QSII (& NextGen) is dying a slow death (in a subsidized market ! Obamacare has provided significant "Meaningful Use" incentives...). Sad to see the company not acknowledging their errors and coming up with a new plan urgently. I have not met the leaders, but they are paid EXTREMELY WELL for the very poor results provided. I wonder who is on the Board of Directors for Executive Compensation ? I will bet they have no backbone (and should be replaced by someone representing stakeholder interests). Again, just a "case study" for a business class, at this stage. Best wishes to all, but this industry has some very aggressive leaders... QSII has chosen a different path.
I hear ya on the dividend. Was a pretty quiet move. I think the analysts clearly took note. For you or I, it was a bit opaque and you had to seek it out... but it was there. Still bullish and patient from my POV. cheers.
Faith and reality are often in conflict. I find it to be a little unsettling for them to not cut, but do away with the dividend entirely. I called the IR department for verification. There was no general announcement it was going to happen. Just doesn't seem to be above board.
Oh ye of little faith. Take heart, the Reorg seem to be moving along from all appearances. The recent reduction in workforce apparently has occurred or is almost done. That's 18M to bottom line, keeping EPS in line. Pivoting to now accelerated cloud EHR from acquisition will help with net new sales in that space. Keep their existing clients happy or help make them happier and that's a recipe to shift to newer pastures of growth.
The quality was gone long ago. Now the dividend is gone. Not much left! Everything seems to be dropping off, except executive compensation. Google QSII CEO compensation. Select Insiders Morningstar.
I called the IR office and the dividend is gone, omitted. In reading the earnings transcript, I thought they were just reducing the dividend but it is gone completely. I sold my shares yesterday as I just can't hold a stock where the company thinks they are smarter than the shareholders and are looking to obfuscate something like the elimination of a 4% dividend.