DPW - DPW Holdings, Inc.

NYSE American - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1.6050
+0.7250 (+82.39%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

1.5200 -0.09 (-5.30%)
After hours: 7:54PM EST

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Previous Close0.8800
Open0.9000
Bid1.4800 x 1000
Ask1.5900 x 1200
Day's Range0.8999 - 1.7500
52 Week Range0.6500 - 176.0000
Volume7281180
Avg. Volume211,673
Market Cap5.2M
Beta (3Y Monthly)3.39
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-49.4650
Earnings DateNov 20, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est25.81
  • Business Wire

    DPW Holdings Announces Rebrand of Defense Business as Gresham Worldwide and Plans to Seek Access to Public Markets

    DPW Holdings Announces Rebrand of Defense Business, known as DPW Technology Group, now as Gresham Worldwide and Plans to Seek Access to Public Markets

  • Business Wire

    DPW Holdings to Present at 12th Annual LD Micro Invitational

    DPW Holdings announced that it will present at the 12th Annual LD Micro Invitational, a 3-day investor conference starting Dec. 10, 2019 in LA, CA.

  • Business Wire

    DPW Holdings Reports Third Quarter Financial Results

    DPW Holdings, Inc. , a diversified holding company , reported financial results for its third quarter and the nine-month period ended September 30, 2019 on its Form 10‑Q with the Securities and Exchange Commission today.

  • MarketWatch

    Deutsche Post earnings rise as revenue grows in all divisions

    The German freight-and-logistics group reported net profit of 561 million euros ($618.8 million) for the period, nearly three times higher than the EUR146 million result posted during the same period the year previous.

  • Business Wire

    DPW Holdings Announces that CBCS Washington Street LP has Emerged from Bankruptcy

    DPW Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American: DPW) a diversified holding company (“DPW,” or the “Company”) announced today that the Plan of Reorganization submitted by CBCS Washington Street LP (“CBCS”) with its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Southern District of New York was confirmed by the court earlier this week. The Plan of Reorganization includes a $135 million construction loan commitment (the “Construction Loan”) from Hana Financial Investment of Hana Financial Group, one of the largest bank holding companies in South Korea with over $350 billion in assets under management. The Construction Loan for the construction of the 94,000 square-foot luxury hotel in Tribeca (the “Hotel”) was arranged by Terence Park of VI Development Group and carries an interest rate of LIBOR plus 8 percent over a term of three years.

  • Benzinga

    A Look At Benzinga Pro's Most-Searched Tickers For August 29, 2019

    This most-searched list is a feature included in Benzinga Pro's Newsfeed tool. It highlights stocks frequently searched by Benzinga Pro users on the platform. DPW Holdings (AMEX: DPW) shares were down ...

  • Benzinga

    From Red To Green: Managing Risk As Momentum Makes A Comeback

    Warrior Trading is a content partner of Benzinga. This article did not go through the Benzinga Newsdesk. After more than a month of struggle and strife in my trading accounts, momentum has finally started to reappear.

  • Why DPW Holdings Stock Soared Over 400% Yesterday
    Market Realist

    Why DPW Holdings Stock Soared Over 400% Yesterday

    DPW Holdings stock soared over 400% on August 19 after the company announced the relaunching of online fintech portal MonthlyInterest.com.

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    A Look At Benzinga Pro's Most-Searched Tickers For August 19, 2019

    This most-searched list is a feature included in Benzinga Pro's Newsfeed tool. It highlights stocks frequently searched by Benzinga Pro users on the platform. DPW Holdings (NYSE: DPW ) shares were up 261% ...

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  • DPW Holdings (DPW) Stock Is in Freefall, and This Bad News Has a Good Reason
    TipRanks

    DPW Holdings (DPW) Stock Is in Freefall, and This Bad News Has a Good Reason

    Down 25% in Tuesday trading -- and down another 25% today -- power systems supplier DPW Holdings (DPW) stock is in freefall, and it has only itself to blame.One week ago, DPW published a press release advising investors that in consequence of its stock trading for too long at too low a share price (i.e. about 14 cents), the NYSE American exchange had informed the company that it must either conduct a reverse stock split or be delisted from the exchange.Faced with this choice, DPW chose Door No. 1, and on August 6 executed a 1-for-40 reverse split (i.e. if you owned 40 shares of DPW before the split, then now you own only 1). Immediately following this split, the company further shook investor confidence by announcing an "at the market" offering of common stock, designed to raise as much as $5.5 million in new capital through issuance and sale of common stock "from time to time" -- at whatever price investors might be willing to pay for the stock at such time.But wait. It gets worse.On August 6, DPW also filed an 8-K report with the SEC, advising that when it reports its quarterly financial results a week from now, it expects to report only $12.7 million in revenues booked over the first six months of 2019, an increase of just $0.1 million, or less than 1%, from last year's first half.Granted, DPW also advised that it expects its net loss to shrink. But given that the company just got finished reporting a 30% increase in sales from Q1 2018 to Q1 2019, the fact that sales for Q1 and Q2 combined will show almost no growth implies that a rather steep decline in Q2 sales is likely. In fact, by my calculations, for DPW to report only $12.7 million in sales for its fiscal first half, after reporting $6.9 million in sales in Q1 alone, Q2 sales will have to fall to just $5.8 million this year -- a decline of roughly 22% year over year.Chances are, it's this rapid drying-up of sales in Q2 that investors are focusing on today (and yesterday). And viewed in this context, the fact that DPW will lose a bit less money, by making a doing a lot less business, is not being interpreted as particularly "good news."So what's an investor to do in the face of all this? Buy more, or sell?Let me run a few facts by you and see if you can guess the answer:DPW is not profitable today, and hasn't earned a full-year profit since way back in 2011. In the interim, it's managed to rack up losses of about $46.5 million.DPW has no profits and no free cash flow. Its revenues are falling, and it's carrying more than $19 million in debt, with less than $2 million in cash on hand to pay it with. The dilutive stock offering it just announced will raise only enough cash to pay off a fraction of its debt.So ... does that sound like a "buy" argument to you? (Hint: It isn't).To find the better stocks try TipRanks’ Analysts’ Top Stocks tool. It will help you identify the stocks that have received the most bullish recent ratings from the Street’s top analysts. These are the analysts that consistently outperform the market with the highest success rate and average return.