Zachs has no credibility. Their analysis is at the first grade level. Goldman is seeing a 40 PE ratio on a stock with maybe 8% EPS growth this year.
I bought back in at $0.85 a few weeks ago. About every year or two they have a big quarter and the stock jumps sometimes as much as double. The balance sheet is weak but strong enough to hold on for several years as I wait for the big quarter. Getting rid of the former CEO is a plus.
Not too far in either direction. Results were mixed with revenues coming up short. That's a big deal because SAM trades at a PE multiple of about 40. You only get a PE ratio that high when you are a high growth company. Growth is slowing fast.
Quite the surge in deposits last quarter and a lot of the new deposits were non-interest bearing. Deposits had previously lagged loans in growth considerably. Bodes well for earnings growth going forward.
If KTCC shoots up after this next earnings report consider rotating to SMTX. It's in the same business and about half the size. Sales have stagnated due to the loss of two large customers (sound familiar?). The new CEO has taken them from losses to an operating profit. Still about two quarters from really taking off. Oh and it's trading at about 10% of revenues.