Sometimes record profits just aren't enough. On Friday, Samsung estimated that its second-quarter revenue would be approximately $49.9 billion, which should translate into an operating profit of more than $8.3 billion. That would be an increase of 47% in operating profits and would represent record highs for the South Korean conglomerate.
Investors were not impressed. Analysts had been modeling for $51.4 billion in sales and $9.3 billion in operating income. As a result, shares fell nearly 4% on the figures. After losing 13% of their value in June, Samsung is now 20% off its peak. LOL
This will be the future for BBY as well. Looking for too much too soon.