Read through the Jefferies downgrade...they still say they expect growth rate in the teens. Yet the stock is down 13% as if it's bankrupt?
I will be buying more at these levels.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
A hot steamy pile of SKUL pooh in ones hand does not constitute a gift. RVM is a better deal or anything else than SKUL. See charts on SKUL and see price action this week for yourself. I can't even get investor relations on the phone.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Well I disagree with all the haters. Unless there is some cooking of the books by SKUL, I just don't see how this stock can trade so low. And Jefferies didn't post anything of substance about his down grade. Just his "feeling" of increased competition. How about more specific numbers?
We'll see when they report in Feb. I'm betting they beat the estimate. We'll see.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
if their margins are halved, revenues have to double just to break even
keep in mind that torrid growth in both top and bottom lines was already priced in
prices are starting to reflect tepid growth in revs, probable drop in earnings, and uncertain expansion into lower margin lines as their core business withers in the face of competition
you sound like someone trying to get more deck chairs out as the water rose over the railings of the titanic
p/e's and peg's will rapidly reset now that the uptrend is broken, and they will look very reasonable next year relative to what only appears now to be a low price for the stock.
many have, and even more now believe that the stock never should have been so high, that the price was based on unsustainable short-term numbers, and that this drop is in fact a correction to true value. if so, those expecting a rebound simply because the price is down are in for a rude awakening.
btw, quite recently MOST of the investors here believed this stock was due for the correction just described. they were the CONSENSUS, and they be called the shorts...
I would agree if you mean torrid growth is priced into the earnings expectations. I disagree the torrid growth was already priced into the stock. The PEG ratio is only 0.44 and well below industry averages. Also, with a P/E of ~ 7, a forward P/E