PEG ratio, balance sheet and backlog all point to a significant rise in the price of this stock.
Also this company provides a service to the pharmaceutical industry that is necessary to that industry.
I don't know if this drop relates to the infamous "Brexit", an over hyped phenomenon which tells me big institutions are having another silly fit.
Why is NVS selling its Roche holdings?
My question is: Will they pay a hefty dividend or will they use the money to buy another company?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You need to become educated.
IRBT has been among the most innovative companies in the WORLD.
YOU know ZERO about this company!
Have YOU ever looked at their brilliant engineering innovations in the defense sector these financial engineers have essentially destroyed?
YOU know nothing about the need to preserve cash for more innovation.
YOU know nothing about how extremely well managed this company has been on BOTH engineering and financial management.
Unbelievable. Period. Sad. Sad. Sad.
I also went to the local Safeway and the price per dozen is 99 cents.
I also looked at a couple of other stores where the price for large is $1.59 per dozen in one place and $1.49 in the other.
So the price must be dropping at least anecdotally here in the Northeast.
A PEG ratio of any company with declining earnings forecast should not be above 1.00.
RL now has a PEG ratio of 2.30 indicating the stock could get totally obliterated from here another 50%.
Profit Margin (ttm): -25.86%
Oper Margin (ttm): -8.89%
End of message
I do not see how they can meet their estimates. They look optimistic to me.
1. El Nino indicating more snow and rain over the next 12 months.
2. Surplus of corn, wheat and soybeans.
3. Republican promise to end corn based energy production.
4. Russian crop production ramp up as one of their means to help their balance sheet.
1. Russia plans on massive increase in corn, soybean and wheat production.
2. Republicans certain they will end the production of corn based energy products.
Fortunately I added before this huge run up.
LCI catalyst appears clear to me with acquisition even though it requires a bit of debt.
CALM egg company with massive upside in earnings this year with great dividend.
PPC chicken company with p/e around 6 with feed (corn, wheat, soy, fish meal prices plummeting) and new chicken restaurants opening in the thousands.
SAFM same catalysts as PPC, both extremely inexpensive stocks from earnings and fundamentals perspectives.
All have high short positions for no fundamental reason. In the case of CALM the high short position has existed for over 10 years but the stock has risen more than 90% of the market over the past 20 years.
There is nor has there been any news in India about Amira whatsoever.
Makes no sense. Searched all major news outlets and business news sites. Nothing.
Why no coverage at all?
IBN is far more profitable than most Asian banks and clearly has the best management.
Profit Margin (ttm): 22.95%
Operating Margin (ttm): 34.36%