Does anyone understand the difference between the stats these two sites provide? FINVIZ has CISQ's profit margin at 2.10% and a p/e of 40.89, while yahoo has a p/e of 16 & profit margin of 5.15% (still not smashing but much better).
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GILD has only surprised to upside for last 7 quarters so that would be highly unusual.
Yes, but CSIQ not really affected. Only one of its 10 projects is on hold. This remains the best of the solars.
Starting in March, from ascending base, started building right side of cup mid-August, handle formation began in mid-Sept. With that 6-month pattern, could be a very powerful move up after the funds have sold off for end-of-quarter profits.
I just think at this P/E ratio, LGF is a bargain. It had a very big move up last year, ilke a lot of growth stocks. Now those stocks are being hit and we're seeing a possible shift toward value. But many of the other growth stocks that are taking a beating now had ridiculous valuations -- in the 30's - 200's. The sell-off in LGF in the last couple of months has brought it down to below the S&P average P/E ratio, making it a value stock. With an ROE of 63% and EPS this year of 636%, if it falls much further it will only be in concert with an overall major correction. In a neutral market, imo, w/ a 15 P/E, it should hold or rise around current levels.
The markets are down today after testing highs. LGF like nearly all growth stocks today are taking a beating. Nothing particular to the company. FB is down almost 5% after good earnings.
After what I've been through with this stock, it will take a lot more than this to shake me out. ;-)
All leading stocks seem to be moving in concert today. Of the watch list I keep, LGF's move today is somewhere in the middle. Stocks like DATA & PANW are taking 7% losses. I've never traded options but am considering here.
I saw Divergent tonight and really enjoyed it. The reviews had me prepared for a bad film, and since action flicks aren't normally my thing (put me to sleep) I thought I might lose interest and leave halfway through. But my friend and I both liked it a lot and look forward to Insurgent.
The stock is extremely oversold. Hard not to believe there won't be a reversal coming soon -- if only because there's no one left to sell! ;-) The stochastics are down to 5!
Call the company. Their investor contact info is on their website. Ask them to issue a statement &/or buy back shares to support their shareholders and company.
I can't imagine it going much lower. There's no one left to sell. Institutions are out of this.
You do realize that HG opened in November, right? And that Divergent opened in March, a much softer month for box office? You're comparing apples and oranges. You're also ignoring their very successful television side, their new channel, EPIX, their library, and several other output deals announced in recent months.
This little "step-child" surpassed Paramount in box office revenues last year. While other studios are faltering, it is growing like mad. Other studios wished they could produce consistently great programming like Mad Men, Nurse Jackie, Weeds, Nashville. I'm not surprised by Icahn's attempt; it will no doubt be the target of takeovers in the future but I think it will hold its own. It's a leader in its group, and all leaders have been breaking down these past couple of weeks. It's just searching for a bottom. Who knows for sure what that will be, but i would generally think blasting a stock back to near year-ago levels would be -- if not THE bottom -- very close. It would be different if the company was faltering. But it's not -- just the opposite. At some point even chartists have to respect fundamentals.
This has been known for quite some time. The trades and investment sites have been reporting the blow by blow. If the fall is due to this, it perplexes me -- it suggests no one was doing their research.
If anything I expected Wall Street to reward LGF for fending off a hostile takeover any which way it could.
Icahn doesn't know how to run an entertainment company.