Plus, Monica stated, "We hope to close additional new deals in the near term."
Sounds like they have at least a couple of new deals almost in the bag, after having been working to close these deals for a long time. Note that their marketing expenses were higher in 2Q15. Let's hope that all this marketing money will lead to results in the short term.
I was thinking the same thing. Does someone know something, thus contributing to the pps increase over the past month or so?
Maybe not record earnings, but I'd be happy to see a decent revenue bump compared with the prior quarter. And maybe the announcement of a few significant orders to boost revenue in the second half of 2015 and beyond.
The CEO bluntly stated on the conference call, "our stock is a great value."
This CEO doesn't strike me as being that interested, normally, in the company's share price but realizes that the share price has been held down by (perhaps largely by) "overhangin issues" related to the nuclear jobs' controversies. He further stated, when pressed by an analyst, that he hoped to get these situations stabilized by year-end.
From the conference call, it sounds like they are likely to buy back about $500,000 of stock as soon as next week. Then, they will be done doing share buybacks for roughly 12 months as they focus on paying down debt. "...but now [that they have aggressively bought back 4 million shares] the goal is to reduce debt."
The CFO did state that they are slightly above the covenant of 1.5 debt-to-EBITDA.
But the CFO also stated that, going forward, continued return on capital is the goal, "given high cash flow expected."
Dean, would you be so kind as to detail why you consider MNDO a growth stock? What metrics do you see as consistently growing over the last few years? Revenues? Net income? The company's growth in revenue disappeared during the most recently reported quarter, if I'm not mistaken. Thank you in advance. --David