Thinly traded; 50% run-up in last 4 months; price of oil under pressure (although should not be a factor); I note that yield is now pretty low compared to the past. I have been a holder since the IPO. Sand stocks EMES and HCLP hit hard today too after recent huge run-ups.
Some firms do have qualification requirements. However, no need to request more than 100 shares of an IPO. However, now that markets are humming, I have not been able to get any shares, but maybe that is because I only go for quality IPO's. I can request at both Schwab and Fidelity.
(ERGO). They have actual products that are being sold. Their CEO has a long track record of creating successful companies:
"Entia brings the credibility of biotechnology to the food science and supplementation markets. Our growing portfolio of intellectual property currently spans some of the most powerful antioxidants and bio nutrients occurring in nature. We are rapidly becoming a global leader in Nutrigenomics by identifying, scientifically validating, and commercializing solutions that address multi-billion dollar markets for organic health, beauty and agriculture."
If I read the Yahoo stats correctly, RMAX PE is only about 5 on this year's earnings estimate of $6.41, but it is growing by over 50% YOY. What am I missing?
If you are a Schwab client, you can see the rating in their research section. While a good thing, Schwab has lots of stocks rated "A Strongly Perform", so not sure how much it means.