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ARC Document Solutions, Inc. (ARC)

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  • N
    Nacho Libre
    4 dollars here we come! $175million market cap is within reach!
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    bbb
    Great article if you didn’t catch from Seeking Alpha. Spelling out the details on why the pps has started its Upward march ($2+ AND beyond). Will prove to be a great investment for those that started accumulating below $1.25 over the last few months and recently (bonus will be a nice dividend for those long term holders). $3+ in our future? Very possible imo if sales move back to previous levels with the restructure of the business model (eps has lots of upward movement). Can’t wait for the quarter announcement next week. The turnaround is upon us....Gita!

    ARC Document Solutions, If You Loved Seabiscuit

    ARC Document Solutions, If You Loved Seabiscuit
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    Nova
    During the five years over which the share price declined, ARC Document Solutions' earnings per share (EPS) dropped by 22% each year. This change in EPS is reasonably close to the 24% average annual decrease in the share price. This suggests that market participants have not changed their view of the company all that much. So it's fair to say the share price has been responding to changes in EPS.
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    bbb
    7cents per share!!!!! Do the math, first $2 pps soon then on to $3,! The restructure has produced amazing results, and the company will be on the radar now of new monies! Great job management, keep it up. I look forward to that first dividend check 😁
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    bbb
    Very nice, great announcement with only meager gains, meaning more pps increase to come. Glta (except the shorts and inpatient). Also thanks arc for reinstating the dividend and thanks traders for the cheap shares over the last month :-)
  • b
    bbb
    Looking good! New monies, selling subsiding, new short term trading range! $2 coming soon, possibly after another great quarter. glta all (except the shorts and inpatient)
  • l
    luis
    300 shares and holding for a while this stock is deff worth $6
    Bullish
  • E
    Exotic Hamster
    nice pop today. will be expecting another 40% total from today's price in the run up to ER
    Bullish
  • b
    bbb
    Looking good, back over a $1. Let’s hope for a good quarter - 4 cents, and growth in revenues from the prior quarter. Should have over $65 million in cash now, hopefully reinstate dividend which will be a nice impetus for institutional buying. Nice base from here on the way to $2+pps. Glta!
    Bullish
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    bbb
    .90 cents, really? Patience should be rewarded, hoping management will make extra effort to get pps rolling, like step up and retire a few million shares at these price levels (why not buy 10million to give eps a big boast, they have the cash). Where are the buyers? Technically way over sold, Should see reinstatement of dividend next year as well as resurgent in demand for their products.Seems
    Worth the risk at these price levels. Glta
  • N
    Nova
    If the stock sells for under $1 a share for 30 consecutive days, it's in violation of the NYSE minimum price regulations and can be delisted.
    Bearish
  • B
    B
    imo we need some operational shake up, a new CEO and staff cuts as part of a dynamic cost cutting plan to drastically cut cost structure and reduce debt. definitely encouraged by latest round of profitable quarters, but since company is not growing g top line by leaps and bounds, needs to focus on bottom line which should be more controllable. need something to get shareholders excited and company needs to increase share value from current languish.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    ARC Document Solutions is up 18.93% to 1.23
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    J
    OK, ARC is officially a mess in MHO, MPS is mentioned in earnings and can be very profitable yet the web site does not promote it out front. and they still advertise art supplies, good lord it seems management has no incentive based on their personal wealth.
    MY Q2 in this industry kicked butt including print revenue. Issue a dividend instead of paying down debt, the stock price will go up and the employees will be excited.
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    Steve
    Poorly ran company, CEO is out of touch with the market and the company is always playing catch up. Most of the Exec staff is cronies and yes men, so no original thinking going on. MPS is still strong, AIM should be a money maker as not a lot of other companies can handle the workload they can take on. Facilities is smoke and mirrors, most places can do what they do on their own with Bluebeam, thats why they are losing the market there contractors are doing it on their own. Continuous cutting of high performing employees to save a buck has become a standard and they seem to be OK with the status quo. Hate to say it, but this company isn't going anywhere until they have a shake up at the top, and get new blood in. It won't happen as the exec staff are some of the largest stake holders, but it needs to be done soon or this company will be a distant memory
  • b
    bbb
    Given the shutdown in 2Q, the results were very positive, not only in terms of cost restructuring (“EBITDA margin of 16.6%, a 200 basis point improvement from the second quarter of 2019 on sales that were down nearly $35 million year-over-year due to the pandemic”; and “we have reengineered literally every part of the company, from corporate, from IT, operations, sales literally every part of the company”), but also in the potential yoy growth from these levels (as MPS customers return; opportunity to capitalize on “other verticals” as part of the restructuring, moving into new industries; ability to service larger customers given national footprint & expertise; “working on some really large signage opportunities”; and “…opportunities have gone into other verticals.”).
    Worth noting that nearly half of the shares o/s have traded since they announced back in July. Most of those shares were overhead supply (legacy investors that gave up on the stock at a deep lose). Point being, that pps should have less resistance moving higher.
    I agree with one of the callers that the pps should be conservatively $3+ at 5x ebitda of 40 million. Factor in the reinstatement of the dividend and that spells a win at these levels. I’m going all in on this one as a long term hold. Glta.
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    bbb
    Very nice news today, this is what I’ve been waiting for, some partnerships with viable future biz. Partner does about 100 million in rev, good start, offering product/service to cloud based world, waive of the future. Have been adding lately , believe will see &1 pls soon. Website upgrade looks great and professional, like a company that wants to be part of future. Hopefully dividend won’t be suspended, but at this pos think the worst has been favored in. Think we could see $1.5 a share by end of year as world recovers and company rebuilds. Hope to see facility management biz to accurate.
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    Hake
    ARC Document Solutions is at its lowest point in 4½ years.

    It may still as yet be overvalued, as the company is going nowhere and more forward-thinking (and performing) rivals continue to erode ARC's once-dominant hold on the reprographics/printed document business.

    ARC's flirtation with the digital iteration of the blueprint business is a weak attempt to fend off rivals who have motored past ARC and left it in their wake.

    ARC is sinking like the Titanic.
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    Antonio
    Surprised by the sudden drop. Earnings were positive.
  • D
    Dan
    Great quarter and guidance for the rest of the year. Listened to their conference call and they seem to have a great strategy for growth. The X factor in play will be their AIMs line where they’re developing their facilities management solutions. They seem to be at all the big facilities conferences and winning “best” awards helps with publicity.