Ocwen Financial surges, halted for volatility
Down about 10% earlier following its sale of $9.8B in MSRs to Nationstar Mortgage and the sale of Home Loan Servicing to New Residential, Ocwen Financial (OCN -1.1%) has retaken nearly all of that loss in the last couple of minutes, and is currently halted for volatility after hitting its circuit breaker.
CYBR well trade under $50, way to early to be buying calls. Sell puts if you really want to own this hog.
The U.S. government's procurement arm (the GSA) has awarded Digital Ally (NASDAQ:DGLY) a 5-year Schedule 84 contract that covers "federal, state and local government agencies that are purchasing total video solutions for law enforcement, security, facilities management, fire and rescue, clothing, marine craft, and emergency/disaster response requirements."
DGLY says it has been "pursuing this GSA designation for almost two years." "CEO Stanton Ross: "We believe our GSA status will expedite the ability of government agencies to acquire our evidence gathering solutions and services, including body-worn cameras, in-car video systems, and cloud storage solutions, in a more efficient and timely manner."
In December, the White House announced it's providing $75M in funding for the purchase of 50K body cameras by police departments, and Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo) floated a bill requiring officers in any law enforcement agency receiving DOJ grants to wear body cameras.
CYBR should be trading above $160 by the end of the week CYBR is cheap, very cheap ,extremely cheap. LOl....
So CYBR should be trading above $160. CYBR is sooooooo cheap. Lol....
GS owns 5,726,317 million shares which represents 19.36 % of all shares
Hmmmm I wonder if GS has anything to do with this major pump .
In the last 8 trading day, traded the entire float every day. Finish at the highs, which means next Monday CYBR should trade above $80, maybe $100 by Friday. Un-real!!!!
Panw has 80 million shares CYBR has only 5.4 million., CYBR should be trading well above $400
And CYBR has a whooping $135 million of it! LOL... To the moon Alice.....
No Competitors ? Really? Lol...
With blazing revenue of $125M & amazing profit of .35 cents for 2015, It's only trading 18 times Revenue, with a extremely low forward P.E of 170 & a peg ratio of 39.What gives? Thanks for your help. LOl....
On top of missing Q4 estimates, Rocket Fuel (NASDAQ:FUEL) is guiding for Q1 non-GAAP revenue of $57M-$58M. Assuming a ratio between GAAP and non-GAAP revenue similar to Q4's, Q1 GAAP revenue will be around $104M-$105M, below a $126.5M consensus. Adjusted EBITDA is expected to be in a range of -$18M to -$19M.
Astonishingly, the programmatic ad-buying/retargeting platform only attributes the guidance to "a typical seasonal decline in activity." It declines to provide full-year guidance due to "the limited visibility inherent in our rapidly growing and changing industry."
Active customer count rose to 1,636 in Q4 from 1,446 in Q3 and 1,224 a year ago. GAAP costs/expenses rose 80% Y/Y to $156.8M (compares with 63% revenue growth).
SolarCity (SCTY) PT Raised to $67 at Canaccord Genuity
Baird analyst Ben Kallo reiterated an Outperform rating on SolarCity (NASDAQ: SCTY) but lowered his price target to $76.00 (from $83.00) following Q4 results.
Kallo commented, "SCTY slightly missed its installation guidance largely driven by commercial project push-outs, but continued to reduce costs, maintained full-year installation guidance, has secured the majority of its 2015 financing requirements, and is seeing strong Q1 bookings. U.S. market demand and fundamentals remain strong, although shares could face pressure from concerns over the steep ramp needed to meet installation targets, additional metrics which complicate the story, and potential pressure on retained value."
The firm lowered FY 2015 EPS from ($4.75) to ($6.21
He drops earnigs big time, but keeps a buy rating on SCTY. Really?
February 19, 2015 7:59 AM EST
Roth Capital affirms SolarCity (Nasdaq: SCTY) at Buy with a price target of $98 following Q4 results and guidance.Analyst Philip