according to today's downgrades by Canaccord and UBS. Stock might tank 20% and more today given that everybody already took for granted that the new IPhone would indeed have a sapphire display. Even worse - how will Apple differentiate their new phone from the competition without premium design and innovation
would short into any movement as the results are saved by a huge one-time gain - in fact product sales were cut in half form the already dismal last year's number. Sell.
Clearly one of the bigger beats the company has delivered in the most recent past. Guidance looks equally impressive. Great cash flow.
PC user metrics continue to decline (as expected) but the search business growth looks very healthy and mobile seems to do pretty well, too.
Given the numbers and the guidance I would expect some positive analysts commentary tomorrow but at the same time some price target reductions given the new valuation reality for growth stocks these days.
Would buy the shares.
prescriptions were actually DOWN qoq which is an absolute disaster
unexpected reviews do NOT take place without serious cause for concern. The press release already reveals that there have been "serious adverse events related to allergic reactions" so it is quite clear that the drug is a failure. The trial will be stopped and the drug be abandoned.
it just means that you are an idiot - I don't like the company either but quarterly results are always unaudited
here's my take:
the company continues to disappoint. Remember the giant move in the stock price was solely a function of management's flamboyant Fiberlan promises but actually they are totally failing with regards to this product line. With results and guidance once again below very modest expectations, Fiberlan revenues down from Q4 and absolutely no growth in the business I don't see any reason to own the shares. Management's projections shouldn't be trusted as the company has been a steady underperformer.
revenue projection for Q2 is significantly below the single analyst estimate and net loss is guided to INCREASE even more
even with another round of cost cutting the company won't be able to grow revenues in a way that cash flows will turn positive soon enough to avoid the bankruptcy filing.
given all the acquisitions the numbers look like a bad joke - net income just because of GAAP accounting requirements (actually because the stock price is down so much since last quarter)
real number is a loss of $1.52 per share - UGLY
did you sell at $6 plus ? No. The shares are down 50% from recent highs and for very good reason. The Fiberland story isn't playing out at all (remember: CEO wanted to record $40 mln in Fiberland revenues in FY14). With the story behind the share price move completely gone this should and will go back to the sub $2 level which is well deserved. Management still hasn't learned from the past.
another dismal quarter with license revenue down 30% yoy, lowered margin guidance, weakness in the US core business and effectively lowered revenue guidance makes analysts seemingly losing patience on the call. Lots of tough questions. Would expect several downgrades today and tomorrow.
as expected the latest acquisition seems to once again fire back on management
nailed it - another great call and another huge gain
so it is hard to see why the pattern of overpromising and underdelivering should change going forward - the Sunetric acquisition makes no sense at all given the state of the Hawaiian solar market (and the fact that Sunetric would have filed for chapter 11 otherwise) but the worst announcement on yesterday's call was the decision to pull the $200 mln shelf later this year. So with the company coming to the market with another 100 mln new shares or more there's absolutely no incentive for investors to get involved with the shares in the meantime. The company remains a third tier solar installation company trying to mask themselves as the new Solar City. Avoid.
shorted this morning - hoping for $15 as everyone seemingly was looking for the sapphire display (which doesn't make sense at all anyway)