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  • lovedavidtsui lovedavidtsui Jan 17, 2008 5:35 PM Flag

    Quick p/e calculations

    The PE of this stock is around 8 right now, dude.

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    • Where do you get that from? I'm reading their current income statement on Scottrade. They list 9.1 mil in net income minus a 2.8 mil adjustment for 12 months with date ending 6/30/2007. With a total of 36.7 mil outstanding shares that is an earning per share of 9.1/36.7 = 0.17 cents per share. At a price of 6.07 that is a p/e of 6.07/0.17 = 35. I actually used the number off google, which has their latest quarter included. This makes up for the 35 vs 30 difference from my first post.

      Where do you get 8 from. If that is the case, this certainly is undervalued!

    • ----' dclader ',

      In their 1Q08 earnings report , period ending 9-30-07 ( Fiscal year 2008 begins 7-1-07 and ends 6-30-08 ) , NED reported U.S.$0.20 / diluted share and U.S.$33 million net revenue .

      The analysts are estimating U.S.$0.36 for 2Q08 period ending 12-31-07 .

      The analysts are estimating U.S.$0.73 for 3Q08 period ending 3-31-08

      The company has forecast U.S.$96 to $97 million net revenue for fiscal 2008 .

      Adding it up : actual ' eps '____________________1Q07___$0.20
      No analyst est. avail./average of previous Q's ______4Q08___$0.43

      _____________________total 2008 ' eps '_____________$1.72

      Current stk. price $6.07 / $1.72 ' eps ' = fwd ' p/e ' = 3.5

      I hope this helps .



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