This quarter, analysts on Estimize are expecting Weight Watchers to come up short on revenue but top of Wall Street's EPS consensus by a few cents per share. Even still, 4th-quarter earnings are projected to drop dramatically from 54 cents per share to just 11 cents.
Contributors project that revenue will come in a hair below $336 million, virtually flat compared to last year's tally.
That's why they are sued for driving down the financial firms during the Economic Crisis. Suckers
well, next Q, Q1/15 will be back to 4cent to 6 cent again. Hard to see potential growth.
That's true. I sold all my shares and stay sideline until tomorrow. Wall Street always looking for BIG Beat to move the stock.
sold another half. Look at FEYE yesterday after market, a big gap down. Will buy back tomorrow if Q is good. Worried about profitability.