|Bid||155.89 x 900|
|Ask||155.99 x 900|
|Day's Range||155.09 - 157.51|
|52 Week Range||105.05 - 178.45|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.90|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 4, 2019 - Nov 8, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||178.06|
DexCom, Inc. (DXCM), the global leader in real-time continuous glucose monitoring, today announced the promotion of Quentin Blackford to the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO) in addition to his duties as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Blackford has served as Dexcom’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since 2017.
DexCom, Inc. (DXCM), the global leader in real-time continuous glucose monitoring, today announced the appointment of Bridgette Heller to its Board of Directors, effective immediately. Ms. Heller brings more than 35 years of experience at Fortune 100 companies, including several key leadership positions with global oversight. Most recently, she served as the Executive Vice President and President of Nutricia, the Specialized Nutrition Division of Danone.
Increasing adoption of cloud platforms, phones, phablets, tablets and other smart devices as well as apps is making acceptance of IoMT easier among the masses.
EVP CFO of Dexcom Inc (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) Quentin S. Blackford (insider trades) sold 10,320 shares of DXCM on 09/10/2019 at an average price of $141.25 a share. Continue reading...
President, CEO and Chairman of Dexcom Inc (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) Kevin R Sayer (insider trades) sold 14,322 shares of DXCM on 09/09/2019 at an average price of $149.86 a share. Continue reading...
VANCOUVER , Sept. 9, 2019 /CNW/ - DexCom Inc. (DXCM), a leader in continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), announced today that it is now accepting orders for the Dexcom G6 CGM System for people with diabetes ages two years and up.
Today we will run through one way of estimating the intrinsic value of DexCom, Inc. (NASDAQ:DXCM) by estimating the...
The internet of things has been a hot topic for years now, but with a 5G revolution right around the corner, connected devices are garnering more and more attention. Trade tension with China has made the market shaky, especially in the tech space. However, when it comes to picking stocks to buy in the technology sector, the internet of things is a great place to start.Here's a look at five stocks that offer exposure to the fast-growing internet of things market.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Internet of Things Stocks to Buy: AT&T (T)Source: Roman Tiraspolsky / Shutterstock.com If you're looking for internet of things stocks to buy, the first place to look is network providers. None of the connectivity needed would be possible without telecoms building and maintaining infrastructure to support it. If everything goes according to plan and T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) and Sprint (NYSE:S) merge, there are only three names to choose from on that list -- T-Mobile, AT&T (NYSE:T) and Verizon (NYSE:VZ). A lot of people point to Verizon as the winner of the three, but the only telecom I'd be willing to bet on right now is T. * 7 Best Tech Stocks to Buy Right Now T stock is cheap because the firm is weighed down by a massive debt pile that it acquired beefing up its content library in preparation for a new streaming service. Not everyone believes in AT&T's path forward, which explains the firm's ultra-low valuation. However, I think T stock's future looks bright in the streaming space and its position in 5G means the company has a definite future growth catalyst. With a near 6% dividend yield and a forward price-to-earnings ratio of just 9.7, T stock is a cheap way to buy into the revolution. Honeywell International (HON)Source: josefkubes / Shutterstock.com Another internet of things stock that can't be overlooked is Honeywell (NYSE:HON), an American company responsible for a wide range of connected household devices. Honeywell not only makes everything from connected fire alarms to thermostats for consumers, but the firm also delivers a wide range of connected solutions at the enterprise level as well. There's a lot to like about HON stock from its modest P/E of 18.4 to its respectable 2% dividend yield to the fact that it's been able to grow its earnings per share by 14% annually for the past three years. However, what I find most compelling about Honeywell is the fact that the firm is making big moves into the internet of things space in an unprecedented way. HON is pushing forward with connectivity as a service, a strategy that combines connected wearables with cloud-based applications in order to assist customers in creating more efficient organizations. DexCom (DXCM)Source: FOOTAGE VECTOR PHOTO / Shutterstock.com It would be irresponsible to talk about internet of things stocks to buy without mentioning at least one healthcare play. The healthcare space holds a lot of potential for growth when it comes to connected devices because data collection is such an important part of the industry. DexCom (NASDAQ:DXCM) makes glucose monitors for people living with diabetes. DXCM stock is up 43% so far this year, though it's been a bumpy ride for investors. In just two years, DXCM is up 128% as its devices gained notoriety and investors started to take notice. * The 8 Worst Stocks to Buy Before the Trade Turmoil Cools Off Of course there is some risk buying into a stock that's been on a run up, but DexCom looks likely to keep climbing in the years ahead as it rolls out new devices at more affordable price points. DexCom is planning to roll out a new glucose monitor in late 2020 or early 2021 that will be smaller than the firm's G6 model. Its lower manufacturing costs mean it will be less expensive for consumers. Management is hoping that the new G7 model will help the firm break into other markets beyond glucose monitoring which would create an entirely new growth runway. Skyworks Solutions (SWKS)Source: madamF / Shutterstock.com Another industry that can't be overlooked when it comes to the internet of things is the semiconductor space. The chips that power connected devices and the networks themselves are an integral part of the overall future of the internet of things. However, choosing which semiconductor stocks to buy right now is a tricky business as the industry has been up against some pretty strong headwinds in recent months. My pick here is Skyworks Solutions (NASDAQ:SWKS), a Massachusetts-based semiconductor firm whose share price has been on a roller coaster ride for the past year. The government's ban on sales to Huawei has hurt SWKS stock significantly -- in the third quarter the firm saw its revenue fall 14% and EPS were down a whopping 47%. However, the firm appears to be faring well in areas unaffected by the trade tension. The company is becoming a major player in the 5G space, and its connected chips can now be found in a variety of electronics including soundbars and smartwatches. The firm's tech is also included in Oculus headsets, Facebook's (NASDAQ:FB) virtual reality arm.So, although you're taking on a lot of risk considering that the trade war with China looks unlikely to let up anytime soon, SWKS could offer a great deal of reward as well. Not only will its connected chips drive growth in the future, but the firm's comparisons in 2020 will be much easier after the dismal year it's had. That means investors who can stomach the risk could see a payoff in just a few months time. Visa (V)Source: Tada Images / Shutterstock.com Payment processors will be another big beneficiary of a more connected world. As more and more devices make their way online, online payments will continue to rise. Part of the reason connected devices are gaining traction is that they reduce friction in people's lives. Cash has become friction for many people, leading developers to look for easier ways to allow people to pay for things without ever taking out their wallets. The two largest credit card networks, Visa (NYSE:V) and Master Card (NYSE:MA) will be able to continue building their networks as people continue to opt for cashless payments. Don't get me wrong, V stock is expensive -- it trades at almost 29 times its future earnings, but that extra cost is worth it. Visa makes money every time someone uses their credit or debit cards, and with trillions of dollars changing hands in Visa's name each year, that translates into some pretty impressive revenue figures. Guggenheim Securities analyst Jeff Cantwell said he also sees a lot of potential growth in Visa's business to business payments arm. Cantwell pointed out that V stock will benefit significantly as contactless payments spread and Visa pushes its way further into cross-border transactions, a $100 trillion market.As of this writing Laura Hoy was long FB and T. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Best Tech Stocks to Buy Right Now * 10 Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy * 8 Precious Metals Stocks to Mine For The post 5 Internet of Things Stocks to Buy Now appeared first on InvestorPlace.
DexCom (DXCM) continues to benefit from growing glucose monitoring market, strategic buyouts and strong international presence. However, margin contraction remains a woe.
The fear-mongering media had quite a few factors to scare investors with last Friday: the U.S.-China trade war, President Trump's latest tweets, and the plummeting S&P 500. Underneath the big selloff, would you ever guess that plenty of stocks made new 52-week highs that very same day?No, I'm not talking about the good old "FANG" stocks - Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL), which fell 2.4%, 3%, 1.8% and 3.2%, respectively.In fact, the FANG stocks have been well off their highs for at least a month - if not 10 or 11 months!InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsHowever, several of my stocks did hit new 52-week highs…including DexCom, Inc. (NASDAQ:DXCM), Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE:LMT) and NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE:NEE), one of my Top 5 Stocks in my Growth Investor service. A medical device maker, a defense contractor, and a power company…what a motley crew. * 10 Companies Using AI to Grow Well - what do these stocks have in common?Take a look at how these companies measure up in my Portfolio Grader and I think you'll spot the common thread:Yep, this diverse group of stocks from different corners of the U.S. economy all earned an "A" for their Quantitative Grade.That formula is one of the most important aspects of the stock-picking system behind Portfolio Grader. And it's responsible for all the best wins of my investing career - so let me explain what I'm measuring here:Essentially, a stock's Quantitative Grade lets you know whether or not it is experiencing strong buying pressure. Simply put, I believe in "following the money." If the "smart money" on Wall Street, like hedge funds and mutual funds, is pouring into a stock, that provides great momentum to keep the stock moving higher, all in itself. If the smart money is avoiding a stock - that's a major red flag.For example, most all of the FANG stocks currently have a "C" for their Quantitative Grade. Not terrible…but DXCM, LMT and NEE are simply better favored on Wall Street, as shown by their "A" grades. And the new 52-week highs demonstrate that.Energy stocks, on the other hand, are racking up lots of "Ds" and even "Fs" for their Quantitative Grade. So, while many of them have juicy dividend yields, the incredibly weak stock performance cancels out that thesis for investing in energy at this time.This all being the case…it won't surprise you to learn that at Growth Investor, we're largely avoiding energy. By focusing on companies with strong fundamentals, and popularity on Wall Street - even if they don't receive much press - we've been able to ride stocks like DXCM, LMT and NEE to new 52-week highs, despite the volatile market.In fact, at Growth Investor, we've enjoyed such strong relative performance that we haven't had to sell any stocks in three months.So would I recommend that you respond to the trade-war terrors by dumping your stocks? No.I would recommend, however, that you choose your stocks very carefully. For example, you might not want a portfolio that's overly exposed to Europe - given that President Trump has proposed tariffs on EU goods as well. While the "big fish" is Airbus (OTCMKTS:EADSY), the European rival to The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA), consumer staples like olive oil, wine and cheese may also incur the extra tax.Tariffs or no, I say "buy American" is the way to go, anyway. When you get down to it, the United States is not only the country with the largest economy - but we also have some of the best growth prospects as well. At this point, countries from Sweden to Japan and even Germany are even willing to resort to negative interest rates to juice their growth. This is largely why global capital is pouring into the U.S. bond market…and the U.S. stock market has been the oasis for quite some time already, and clearly, it still is today.As you see below, the S&P 500 (with its 14% year-to-date gain) is beating other global indexes by a mile.Out of those 500 stocks - which becomes more like 5,000 when you factor in the whole U.S. market - how do we find the creme de la creme?Well, I've got 3 urgent steps you should take today.You already saw Step 1 earlier: "follow the money." Click here for a free briefing with more of my timeliest advice to profit and protect yourself.These days, if you want to invest with the "smart money," you've got to have a healthy weighting in bulletproof stocks like my Money Magnets.Not only did these stocks earn an A in my Portfolio Grader, thanks to strong buying pressure and great fundamentals…The stocks also earn an A in my Dividend Grader. These stocks are able to pay great yields - and have the strong business model to back it up!All in all, I've got 27 strong dividend growth stocks for you, almost all of which yield more than the S&P 500. These stocks are poised to do well as we continue to see international capital flow to the U.S. markets. Click here to see how I found these stocks, and how you can get great performance out of YOUR portfolio - come what may.Louis Navellier had an unconventional start, as a grad student who accidentally built a market-beating stock system -- with returns rivaling even Warren Buffett. In his latest feat, Louis discovered the "Master Key" to profiting from the biggest tech revolution of this (or any) generation. Louis Navellier may hold some of the aforementioned securities in one or more of his newsletters. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Companies Using AI to Grow * The 10 Biggest Winners From Second-Quarter Earnings * 7 Marijuana Penny Stocks to Consider for Those Who Can Handle Risk The post The 52-Week Highs You Never Heard About appeared first on InvestorPlace.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon has granted Dexcom's (DXCM) motion for summary judgment invalidating all asserted claims in the two remaining patents asserted against it by WaveForm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of AgaMatrix. Granting Dexcom's motion for summary judgment that the asserted claims of two patents are invalid for “indefiniteness,” the District Court handed Dexcom a complete victory in the lawsuit, filed in 2016 and initially asserting three patents.
President, CEO and Chairman of Dexcom Inc (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) Kevin R Sayer (insider trades) sold 10,000 shares of DXCM on 08/15/2019 at an average price of $156.12 a share. Continue reading...
Higher revenues, solid performing Sensor and Transmitter segments and strong 2019 outlook benefit DexCom's (DXCM) Q2 earnings. However, contraction in gross margin remains a woe.
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The medical device maker delivered strong revenue and adjusted earnings growth in Q2 thanks to continued popularity of its G6 continuous glucose monitoring system.