Well all I know is what analysts are projecting. What Wall Street actually expects who knows. But with a 12 week backlog that means they are operating at full capacity, meaning the $0.22 projections will easily be blown out of the water.
That can be interpreted in several ways though. If they have a 12-week backlog, and are operating at full capacity, that means we know what their maximum ability to generate profits is. The backlog is nice, because it shows they have work in the pipeline, but it also caps the profit potential (unless they make a capital expenditure to increase capacity).
I don't think it necessarily means they will "blow" the $0.22/share estimate out of the water. I hope they will beat it, but there is nothing for sure in this type of ultra-choppy market.
This stock is priced to perfection. Remember when RIMM beat estimates, AND raised revenue guidance for the year, the stock dropped from around $110 to $100 and has not bounced back. I hope TASR does continue to defy gravity, but they have to be careful operating on a tightrope without a net. It is a long way down. I'm holding long, just hoping I don't regret it.
With company's history of being stockholder friendly and defending their stock at a moments notice,and the fact that they are reporting in the a.m. and holding a 10am conference..Doubt whether they will miss anyone's targets..