CNBC said high margins with iwatch one thing that has pushed margins higher - highest since 2012 right?
Wouldn't guidance on future performance be what we are looking for? Positive info on that would be great. The last report explained that newly built manufacturing should help with the supply constraints that have bothered some parts of the company, right?
Weird market reaction, with the drop. CNBC sez the new TV bundles are suspect for the drop in stock price. If people were taking profits it would seem they would wait for an uptrend.
Looks like it is bouncing off the previous high of last week around 32.85 .......should break through that this week?
DDD is making a profit and the last capital investment factories are just now in production. Probably will not need a secondary unless they have something really innovative - which would be great news.
I expect NUE to be in line with the guidance they have given, a quote from Clarkson:
"Despite his expectation of continued low steel prices, Clarkson Capital's Lee McMillan launches coverage on several steel makers with Buy recommendations for Arcelor Mittal (MT +5.2%), AK Steel (AKS +4.6%) and Nucor (NUE +0.7%) based on their exposure to the U.S. automotive and construction industries."
led me to hope for a positive outlook going forward from NUE perhaps. I have seen a lot of commercial construction and cars are selling well - not all have aluminum bodies.
Some rare good news , Arcelor Mittal, AK Steel, Nucor rated Buy at Clarkson Capital, is a notice I got. I hope this earnings call is a good one - I have been in the red for a while.
Onward Red Guard ! ;-) I am in at $28.50 after a put exercised [very small amt. shares] and I anticipate adding more. I went by the DDD website which looks like it has been updated - pretty spiffy with the youtube videos etc.