anybody want to venture a guess on top line sales for Q3? Probably 7.2 M is a ball park. Over $8M would be a home run, IMO and will get significantly noticed by the market.
great news on the orders and like the comment that the ceo expects the trend to continue for years to come.
Just to clarify, should we take the 1.7M order as included in the year to 9/30? or is this now an order in October? Hummmm.
Yes, it does seem like those quarters are the best. New (100% larger) facility is coming to fruition via a large amount of orders. It's all good. Buy Buy Buy.
someone passed SPCB to me, so i thought i'd do the same. Those who have some powder left, may want to check out WYY. Small but growing company. Of course, do your own DD. Interested in pros and cons.
My head was spinning just trying to understand the items they listed of what they were going to do. E-VIsa, biometrics etc... Wow.
amilby, i agree. I think most would agree that in an overall market decline of 10%+ it will drag down most stocks, then this is a perfect opportunity to load the truck because when the market turns around, SPCB would be first to go up. I wish i had some more funds to buy at $10, but just don't.
I'm new here too and see the future is very bright. Long term holder, not trader. BTW, besides downward market pressure, does anyone think the price of oil drives this stock?? I know it shouldn't but....
Also, i' have read that some fracking companies have higher costs and if price of oil gets to say 75-$80 barrel, their cost advantage will be deminished and there by not needing HIIT's services. Any thoughts on this. Just wondering. I don't see HIIT dropping to the .70's again, yesterday was a gift for those taking advantage. GLTA
based on this current news and last earnings release, new orders for Q3 were $7.5M.
Most ways I look at this is good news. GO CVV.
I agree there are more opportunities in vessels division as well as Scientific with the mobile buildings. Maybe Ward will address this in the conf call. Also agree that their last few aquisitions are now folded into (ususally) the manufacturing division. Metals revenue is increasing but is losing money. I feel that ARTW is now moving in several distinct directions and it is difficult for mgnt to keep its eye on all of it with the oversight needed. Have felt for a while Marc is doing too many jobs and not enough at ARTW. He is involved with many other outside projects.
i hadn't checked on CVV in a while and was surprised it dropped over 10% the last couple of days. Seems like an irrational decrease. In hindsight, it could be a buying opportunity. Back to the crickets.
In LATF since early 2014 and am in the red, of course. Would like to see LATF simply be able to prove the business model (in Colorado) and show income from sales of MJ. So far just shrimp business.
seems to be a wait and see issue with SP. Price has run up recently. Although contract wins are amazing, I think, overall market pressure is overwhelming at the moment. I think trading sideways until earnings is possible unless something positive (more contract wins) or negative is announced. Personally, i'm trying to play the $1 - $1.50 short term swings in price, while i hold a long term position.
Yes, I like the acquisition both in top line and bottom. Without getting too crazy, I can see HIIT growing to 150M revenue in few years. In my book that is about $5-6 per share.
BTW, do you collect antique cars. Your handle suggests 1930's. American or foreign? Just wondering, I love car myself.