S&P500 should be about ready for it's typical 10% correction. The market has been stright up since early December. Look for a pull back to 1425 or so on the S&P; with SPXU going to mid-30's during that time.
If we are valuing companies based upon their Price/Sales ratio, then DMND is way undervalued at $16./share.
With a Price / Sales ratio 9 times smaller than NFLX; it should be valued at $145 / share if NFLX is fairly valued.
$50 / share is an easy target as that would be a Price / Sales value of only 1.00 !
NLY should be strong. Where in the world can you get a great dividend like this in a market with low interest rates. Dividend has been in place for many, many years.
Why is this stock not performing well ? A dividend of 11+% seems like a screaming BUY at this level.
P/E of 5 --> very profitable company.
No lingering issues it seems....
NRP is such a natural fit for this type market. \
High yield with INCREASING dividends. They have pounded the earnings expectations the last 3 Quarters and look to do well in this environment.
Not sure why there has been a sell-off other than people not understanding the investment.
BBY is significantly undervalued. A P/E of only 6.7 going forward - are you kidding me! Great dividend of 2.7%
Institutional investors loading up on a value play that will easily see $30 by year end.
No problem - BBY is a solid company.
With a P/E of only 7-8; BBY is significantly undervalued compared to other retailers. $50B in Gross revenues & an attractive dividend yield of 2.7%; BBY share price should accelerate into the year end for 2011 and surpass the $30 level by mid-December.
Best Buy is fairly valued @ $ 44.00 with a P/E of 14.
Many retailers hover in that P/E range. A forward P/E less than 9 is EXTREMELY cheap by any valaution.
AMZN's P/E is 72 ! What an overpriced situation that is...
BBY is growing annually, good store locations, 2010 earnings of $1.98 vs 2009 of $1.86. Analyzt estimates of growth both in 2011 & 2012.
They have blow away earnings and the stock is down ? The stock should've been up 5-10% this morning with as good of news as they came up with in the earnings #'s.
The mgmt needs to step up and aggressively BUY shares of the company stock to lift the NAV of the common shares and make it a more respectable company.
I can't believe that the Board of Directors has not taken personal responsibility and bought about 100k positions EACH and made this stock more equitable.
Dismayed and bewildered - what kind of mgmt team exists if they don't have confidence in their own company.
I am a shareholder for 2+ years at this point and am seeing a continued drop in revenue with no profits and am wondering if the company is near dissolving - research $ being short these days as companies reign in cash.
Franklin Income fund paid $0.063 Cap Gain today (12/3) and will post tomorrow. That's the reason for the bid drop today.
The fund only went down $0.017 today actually (approx 0.6%); similar to market performance - no big deal
Great fund over the long term - don't worry.
ONB experienced unusually high volume today with almost 1,000,000 shares traded. I've been watching this stock lately for a good time to buy, but can't come up with why the volume would be 4-5X normal and no movement up. Recent upgrade has not seemed to help.
With 55,000,000+ of those in the last few minutes of the day. This is NOT an S&P500 addition style buying routine. Those shares are typically added over a few days or more with a little additional volume on the last day. T
his smells like a buyout coming - news will surface soon on this one.
All the best -
Ford is significantly undervalued at this point.
With a P/E of less than 10, one could make the argument that this stock would be fairly valued with the more normalized P/E of 13-16; indicating a fair market value of shares @ $12-$15.
With 'Google' type P/E's of 70+, we'd be in the mid to low $70's for a stock price, but who would ever imagine a 'brick-n-mortar' company getting a valid P/E price ratio.
Just my thoughts...
Looking at INTC's value, it certainly is a slow growing company yet it's earnings are VERY SOLID. With a P/E in the low 13's or so, it deserves to be properly valued like a technology company with a P/E upwards of 18-20. This would make fair market value at 40-50% higher than today's stock price (i.e. $28-$32 / share).
It is certainly a BUY in this range.
Negative impacts - come on !
Every company has negative impacts (cost of employees, utilities, supplies, overhead), that's what makes AA's #'s so bad. Even with record HIGH aluminum prices they can't match least year's #'s.
I agree, but with the earnings release and the market in general TOO HOT for right now, the Jan $30 PUT's are a good play.
Remember, only a month ago you would have prayed that AA was at $30 - now it's time to step back a few bucks this week to $27 or so.
Dow will retreat a little bit in the next few weeks to 10,800 or so -can't continue forever UP with NO correction.
AA at ~$24 is a good value. Then the P/E going forward would be more at historical levels of aluminum companies long term.