|Bid||20.00 x 800|
|Ask||30.52 x 1000|
|Day's Range||24.45 - 25.98|
|52 Week Range||18.12 - 40.82|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||2.72|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.49|
|Earnings Date||Apr 24, 2019 - Apr 29, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.10 (4.28%)|
|1y Target Est||33.00|
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As H&E Equipment Services, Inc. (NASDAQ:HEES) announced its earnings release on 31 December 2018, analyst forecasts seem fairly subdued, with earnings expected to grow by 8.3% in the upcoming yearRead More...
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H&E Equipment (HEES) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 22.81% and 11.43%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2018. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / February 21, 2019 / H&E Equipment Services, Inc. (NASDAQ: HEES ) will be discussing their earnings results in their 2018 Fourth Quarter Earnings to be held on February 21, 2019 ...
On a per-share basis, the Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based company said it had profit of 70 cents. The construction and industrial equipment service provider posted revenue of $346 million in the period. For ...
H&E Equipment (HEES) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
H&E Equipment Services, Inc. today announced that its Board of Directors declared a regular quarterly cash dividend to be paid to its stockholders. The Company announced a quarterly cash dividend of $0.275 per share of common stock to be paid on March 8, 2019 for stockholders of record as of the close of business on February 20, 2019.
H&E Equipment Services, Inc. (HEES) today announced that it will release its 2018 fourth quarter financial results before the market on Thursday, February 21, 2019. The Company will also hold a conference call to discuss fourth quarter results on Thursday, February 21, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Time). To listen to the call, participants should dial 323-794-2551 approximately 10 minutes prior to the start of the call. A telephonic replay will become available after 1:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on February 21, 2019, and will continue through March 2, 2019, by dialing 719-457-0820 and entering the confirmation code 1714345. The live broadcast of H&E Equipment Services’ quarterly conference call will be available online at www.he-equipment.com on February 21, 2019, beginning at 10:00 a.m. (Eastern Time) and will continue to be available for 30 days. Related presentation materials will be posted to the “Investor Relations” section of the Company’s web site at www.he-equipment.com prior to the call. The presentation materials will be in Adobe Acrobat format.
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H&E Equipment Services, Inc. (HEES) today announced it has completed its acquisition of We-Rent-It (WRI), a non-residential construction-focused equipment rental company in Texas. The assets include approximately $75 million of fleet based on original equipment cost and six branches serving the growing central Texas market. Brad Barber, H&E’s Chief Executive Officer and President, said, “With the WRI acquisition, we expand our presence to 22 branches in Texas and improve our ability to better serve the healthy markets in the central portion of the state.
It's time to dive into why CAT stock looks like a buy a moment, with the construction and mining power set to report its Q4 financial results before the opening bell Monday.
Among publicly tradable securities, perhaps none are more enticing than small-capitalization firms, or colloquially, small-cap stocks. Though specific definitions vary, these investments typically describe companies with market values between $300 million and $2 billion. Why would anyone want to risk their money on these speculative offers? The most obvious answer is profitability potential. Larger companies usually enjoy greater resources, and analysts as a collective force have vetted every detail. Not many surprises exist, which means these blue chips provide relatively stable trading dynamics. On the other hand, smaller firms, especially hot small-cap stocks, have an information "blackout." Analyst coverage is limited, if one is even on tap. Moreover, upstart organizations suffer a credibility gap. Almost always, they promise much upfront, but their ability to deliver over the long run remains questionable. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips However, this lack of information also represents the greatest strength for small-cap stocks. Like anything in life -- betting on a racehorse or drafting a franchise quarterback -- higher risks can yield higher rewards. In addition, if you're not about to retire, a controlled exposure to hot small-cap stocks is prudent. Unlike their well-capitalized counterparts, smaller firms provide explosive profitability potential over a short time frame. What it would take a Dow Jones blue chip to accomplish in 10 years can be realized within a matter of months, or even weeks. * 7 Dark Horse Stocks You Really Need to Look at for 2019 That said, you want to know when to pull the trigger, and when to call it quits. Here are five small-cap stocks that are on fire, but you shouldn't buy until the time is right: ### Crocs (CROX) Source: Shutterstock Due to its sub-$2 billion market value, Crocs (NASDAQ:CROX) fits within the accepted range of small-cap stocks. Despite my personal styling reservations, Crocs' signature shoes -- the clog-like ones manufactured with holes in them -- have fit well with customers. As a result, CROX stock has absolutely dominated Wall Street. Last year, shares doubled in value. More impressively, Crocs continued to deliver the goods throughout 2018, and carried positive momentum into the current year. So far this month, CROX has gained 8.6%. At the same time, every good thing must come to an end. CROX stock has gone too far too fast. Earlier in January, the shoemaker received a price-target upgrade from $25 to $31. Right now, we're very close to meeting this forecast. I can dive into further details, but in this case, common sense provides the best argument. Without question, CROX is one of the most intriguing hot small-cap stocks. But right now, it's overheated. ### Fossil Group (FOSL) Source: Joe King via Flickr (Modified) Famous for its stylish but accessible wristwatches, Fossil Group (NASDAQ:FOSL) has previously generated envious returns. That's not surprising considering its $800-plus million market cap. But last year, the watchmaker suffered a schizophrenic episode. In the first half of 2018, FOSL stock skyrocketed nearly 244%. But poor revenue guidance sparked a rapid deterioration in sentiment, with the second half witnessing a 41% drop. Yet Fossil Group appears to have once again won over investors. Since Christmas Eve, shares have jumped nearly 27%. Should speculators trust FOSL stock? While shares have once again entered the realm of hot small-cap stocks, a major headwind is competition. We know that Fossil has significant smartwatch cred as evidenced by Alphabet's (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) recent deal with them. However, smartwatches aren't unique and it's a crowded sector. * 7 Retail Stocks to Buy for the Rise of Menswear With the troubles Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has endured selling its once-unassailable products, it's a good idea to let Fossil cool off. ### Boyd Gaming (BYD) Source: Ace Via on Flickr With a market cap of $3 billion, gaming and hospitality outfit Boyd Gaming (NYSE:BYD) is one of the more well-resourced small-cap stocks. Given its exposure to the "vice" industry, BYD stock has natural appeal for speculators. When the economy is chugging along, consumer confidence increases, potentially resulting in higher gambling revenues. But if economic conditions deteriorate, the euphemistically-labeled "hospitality" industry offers escapism. Therefore in theory, BYD stock should witness sustained growth. Unfortunately, the second half of 2018 proved otherwise. After questions about economic stability surfaced, Boyd tumbled badly, shedding nearly 39%. However, Santa put BYD in his "nice" list. Since Christmas Eve, shares have blown up in a good way, delivering 39% returns for embattled shareholders. So is this evidence of a turnaround? I'm hesitant. Recent events like the unprecedented government shutdown have demonstrated that we're not walking on sound territory. As such, I'd wait before diving into a company so levered to consumer sentiment. ### H&E Equipment Services (HEES) Source: Daniel X O'Neil via Flickr Among hot small-cap stocks, H&E Equipment Services (NASDAQ:HEES) enjoyed a memorable run following President Donald Trump's electoral victory. A day after the historic but contentious election, HEES stock jumped nearly 18%. It's easy to see why speculators loved H&E Equipment Services. The former real-estate mogul promised big plans for his administration, chief among them the border wall. Additionally, the President has espoused a roll-up-your sleeves, "git r done" attitude. Such powerful support from the top naturally boosted HEES stock. But last November, the Democrats secured a critical victory in the midterm elections, winning a House majority. As we're witnessing with the ongoing government shutdown and associated negotiations (ie. finger pointing), Trump is unused to direct resistance. That puts H&E Equipment in a tough position. * 7 Stocks to Buy as the Dollar Weakens Moreover, we're not seeing any political headway. As it stands, we have a stubborn president and an unreasonable opposition party. So despite its massive leap forward in January, you should wait for the likely cool-off phase. ### Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals (ARWR) Source: Shutterstock Similar to other small-cap stocks, Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ARWR) had a split personality in 2018. During the first half, ARWR stock shot into low-earth orbit, profiting speculators nearly 269%. But in the second half, Arrowhead didn't really move the needle, eventually losing more than 9%. However, recent market data suggests that ARWR stock is back to its winning form. So far this month, shares are up over 19%. Is now the time to jump aboard one of the most intriguing hot small-cap stocks? On one hand, I really love the company's biotech cred. Arrowhead specializes in RNA interference, or RNAi. This describes the natural mechanism in which living cells suppress a specific gene's activities. ARWR leverages this mechanism to help combat certain debilitating diseases. But on the flip side, meeting clinical requirements is always a tough business. Moreover, insiders have been dumping their shares since 2015. I think the wiser approach is to hold off and wait. As of this writing, Josh Enomoto did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. ### More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 High-Growth Stocks for the Return of the Bull * The 10 Best Index Funds to Buy and Hold * 10 Lithium Stocks to Buy Despite the Market's Irrationality Compare Brokers The post 5 Hot Small-Cap Stocks That Are a Bit Too Toasty appeared first on InvestorPlace.
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NEW YORK, Jan. 09, 2019 -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors,.
H&E Equipment Services, Inc. (HEES) today announced its entry into a definitive agreement to acquire We-Rent-It (WRI), a non-residential construction-focused equipment rental company with six branches serving the growing central Texas market. Brad Barber, H&E’s Chief Executive Officer and President, said, “We are executing on our stated growth strategy by announcing a definitive agreement to acquire WRI, which we believe is similar in terms of solid operational and financial performance to our two previous acquisitions in 2018.
As we already know from media reports and hedge fund investor letters, many hedge funds lost money in October, blaming macroeconomic conditions and unpredictable events that hit several sectors, with healthcare among them. Nevertheless, most investors decided to stick to their bullish theses and their long-term focus allows us to profit from the recent declines. […]
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