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Previous Close34.17
Bid34.75 x 800
Ask35.25 x 800
Day's Range34.18 - 35.24
52 Week Range31.80 - 78.30
Avg. Volume393,670
Market Cap1.108B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.59
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.28
Earnings DateApr 24, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est49.67
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  • GoPro Is Making Progress, But GPRO Stock Still Doesn’t Look Cheap
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    GoPro Is Making Progress, But GPRO Stock Still Doesn’t Look Cheap

    Give credit where credit is due. Long-struggling GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) is making progress. And it's reflected in GPRO stock, which now has risen over 50% so far this year.Source: Shutterstock Of course, the problem is that GoPro stock closed 2018 only a few pennies off an all-time low. The big rally has only returned GPRO to where it traded at the beginning of November, ahead of yet another disappointing earnings report.That said, Q4 earnings -- and 2019 guidance -- were much stronger. GoPro is tracking toward profitability in 2019, if only on an adjusted basis. There is some good news here in a stock that I've long viewed with skepticism.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe question after the rally is whether that good news is already priced in. For the most part, it is. GoPro still has real questions -- and back above $6, GPRO stock simply doesn't look quite compelling enough. Case for GoPro StockAdmittedly, the outlook is brighter for GoPro. Q4 numbers were strong, with sales up over 12%, capping off a year when revenue dropped just 2.7%. Cost-cutting -- non-GAAP operating expenses dropped 17% in 2018, according to the Q4 call -- helped margins, allowing GoPro to revert to profitability on an adjusted EBITDA basis. * 7 High-Risk Stocks With Big Potential Rewards In 2019, revenue growth is expected to return, with the company guiding for a 5-8% increase in sales. And GoPro expects to move to non-GAAP net profitability, with EPS guidance of 20-40 cents. The big driver is an enormous expansion in adjusted gross margin, which is expected to rise from 32.8% in 2018 to 35-37% in 2019.That gross margin expansion, in particular, gives added reason for hope. It shows that GoPro is able to sell more cameras at higher prices and rely less on discounting to move units. GoPro has had some issues over the years overbuilding inventory, and then clearing that product through outlets like Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) at unattractive prices. At least at the moment, management doesn't expect a repeat in 2019. The Subscription BusinessThe other trend boosting margins is the company's growing subscription business. Those revenues have higher margins and are growing nicely, with paid subscriptions rising 50%+ last year.So there is a bull case here -- which truthfully hasn't always been the case. Revenue is growing, both domestically and overseas. On the Q4 call, CEO Nicholas Woodman cited improving market share figures in Europe and Asia. Both gross margin and operating margin - the latter thanks to better spending controls - should expand.And with GoPro now targeting profitability, valuation suddenly doesn't look so extreme. The midpoint of 2019 EPS guidance suggests a P/E multiple of 21x. That's not stunningly cheap, to be sure. But if GoPro is building a base for continued earnings growth, it's cheap enough. The Concerns with GPRO StockThat said, the big concern here is whether earnings growth is going to continue. Assuming the company meets 2019 guidance, operations will have improved significantly between 2017 and 2020.But what happens from there? Gross margin expansion is likely limited; CFO Brian McGee said long-term gross margin targets were 36-39%, pretty much in line with 2019 expectations. The company can't bring down opex every year without skimping on needed R&D and marketing spend. There's room for savings on interest expense if GoPro can pay its debt off a few years from now, but after-tax even that represents something like 10-12 cents in annual earnings per share. * 7 Stocks to Buy for Spring Season Growth From a growth standpoint, the easy work has been done. Post-2019 -- again, assuming guidance has been met -- GoPro simply has to grow sales. And the worry there is that the company really hasn't shown a consistent ability to do so. In fact, few hardware companies have.IP camera manufacturer Arlo Technologies (NYSE:ARLO) has plunged after its spin-off from NETGEAR (NASDAQ:NTGR). GoPro often is compared to Fitbit (NYSE:FIT), which went public around the same time, similarly soared, and then collapsed.Consumer hardware simply is a hugely difficult business. Sales depend essentially on the replacement cycle. That seems doubly true for GoPro, whose market is limited. 'Action cameras' simply have a fixed demographic. Consumers will age into that demographic -- and also age out. GPRO as a Revenue StoryBut at 20x+ earnings, with margin improvement opportunities limited, GPRO stock now becomes a revenue story. And that seems dicey. GoPro hasn't shown sales growth: 2019 revenue guidance suggests sales will be ~12% lower than they were five years earlier. Market growth is unlikely. It already has 90%+ share of Western markets, which means market share gains are limited as well.With profitability and some growth, GPRO likely can grind out some upside. A sale could drive returns - but there's no obvious acquirer, or any sign that Woodman (also the founder and controlling shareholder) is interested in being taken over. As a standalone, for real returns in GPRO stock, sales need to grow for several years to come. It's possible -- and it looks more possible now that it did a year ago or three years ago.'Possible' isn't enough to make GoPro stock compelling, however. Gains from here still requires consistent revenue growth. And for those investors who have followed the company since its IPO, consistency has been the one thing the company has never been able to provide.As of this writing, Vince Martin has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 5 Dividend Stocks Perfect for Retirees * 7 Reasons the Stock Market Rally Isn't Over Yet * 10 S&P 500 Stocks to Weather the Earnings Storm Compare Brokers The post GoPro Is Making Progress, But GPRO Stock Still Doesn't Look Cheap appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • GlobeNewswire5 days ago

    NETGEAR to Host 2019 Annual Stockholder Meeting

    SAN JOSE, Calif., April 19, 2019 -- NETGEAR, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTGR), a global networking company that delivers innovative products to consumers, businesses and service providers,.

  • Analysts Estimate Netgear (NTGR) to Report a Decline in Earnings: What to Look Out for
    Zacks6 days ago

    Analysts Estimate Netgear (NTGR) to Report a Decline in Earnings: What to Look Out for

    Netgear (NTGR) 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.

  • GlobeNewswire8 days ago

    NETGEAR Debuts New 5 and 8 Port Smart Managed Plus Gigabit Ethernet Switches

    SAN JOSE, Calif., April 16, 2019 -- NETGEAR®, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTGR) the leading provider of networking products that power today’s small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), has.

  • NETGEAR Introduces 4 New Wi-Fi 6 Routers to Meet Demands
    Zacks13 days ago

    NETGEAR Introduces 4 New Wi-Fi 6 Routers to Meet Demands

    NETGEAR (NTGR) is confident about being a leader in product introduction, based on the Wi-Fi 6 standards. It introduces new products that hinge on affordability, reliability and ease of use.

  • Barrons.com13 days ago

    AT&T Plays ‘Game of Thrones’ With Verizon as It Expands Its 5G Network

    The telecom’s shares are up slightly Wednesday, a day after it announced seven more U.S. cities as part of its gradual 5G rollout.

  • GlobeNewswire14 days ago

    NETGEAR Insight Pro Rated as a Top Network Management Tool by Independent Analysis Firm

    Miercom tested NETGEAR Insight Pro against Network as a Service (NaaS) industry offerings in the application’s capability to handle the specific needs of Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to maintain multiple client accounts. The questions included categories such as management, deployment, reporting, support and the total cost of ownership, with NETGEAR Insight scoring an “excellent” rating on most accounts, in dramatic contrast to the other evaluated offerings.

  • Markit14 days ago

    See what the IHS Markit Score report has to say about NETGEAR Inc.

    NETGEAR Inc NASDAQ/NGS:NTGRView full report here! Summary * ETFs holding this stock are seeing positive inflows * Bearish sentiment is moderate Bearish sentimentShort interest | NeutralShort interest is moderate for NTGR with between 5 and 10% of shares outstanding currently on loan. The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices. Money flowETF/Index ownership | NeutralETF activity is neutral. ETFs that hold NTGR had net inflows of $2.48 billion over the last one-month. While these are not among the highest inflows of the last year, the rate of inflow is increasing. Economic sentimentPMI by IHS Markit | NeutralAccording to the latest IHS Markit Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) data, output in the Technology sector is rising. The rate of growth is weak relative to the trend shown over the past year, however. Credit worthinessCredit default swapCDS data is not available for this security.Please send all inquiries related to the report to score@ihsmarkit.com.Charts and report PDFs will only be available for 30 days after publishing.This document has been produced for information purposes only and is not to be relied upon or as construed as investment advice. To the fullest extent permitted by law, IHS Markit disclaims any responsibility or liability, whether in contract, tort (including, without limitation, negligence), equity or otherwise, for any loss or damage arising from any reliance on or the use of this material in any way. Please view the full legal disclaimer and methodology information on pages 2-3 of the full report.

  • Netgear's latest WiFi 6 router is cheaper, but still costs $200
    Engadget15 days ago

    Netgear's latest WiFi 6 router is cheaper, but still costs $200

    If your router can't handle your growing number of gadgets, Netgear's latest WiFi 6 router could solve the problem. The freshly-announced Nighthawk AX4 comes in yet another spaceship-like design, and offers dual-band 4-stream WiFi with up to 600 + 2400Mbps speeds -- a generous 3Gbps in total. These are handled by the AX4's dual-core processor plus Intel's WAV600 WiFi chipset, with the latter being notable as this is Intel's first foray into the WiFi 6 router market. As for physical ports, the AX4 comes with five Gigabit Ethernet ports (one WAN and four LAN) plus a USB 3.0 socket.

  • GlobeNewswire15 days ago

    Driving The Evolution Of Next-Gen Wi-Fi, NETGEAR Debuts Four New Wi-Fi 6 Routers

    SAN JOSE, Calif., April 09, 2019 -- NETGEAR®, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTGR), the industry’s leading provider of leading-edge networking products for the home and office, has announced the.

  • One Thing To Remember About The NETGEAR, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTGR) Share Price
    Simply Wall St.19 days ago

    One Thing To Remember About The NETGEAR, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTGR) Share Price

    Want to participate in a research study? Help shape the future of investing tools and earn a $60 gift card! Anyone researching NETGEAR, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTGR) might want to consider the historical volatility of the share price. Mode...

  • Telecom Stock Roundup: Verizon to Launch 5G, Qualcomm's U.S. Verdict & More
    Zackslast month

    Telecom Stock Roundup: Verizon to Launch 5G, Qualcomm's U.S. Verdict & More

    As the telecom industry awaits further clarity on policy issues and its aftereffects with no official statement release, there is an element of uncertainty in the domestic market.

  • GlobeNewswirelast month

    Netgear Debuts Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Router With the Fastest Wi-Fi Speeds for Homes With a Multitude of Connected Devices

    SAN JOSE, Calif., March 20, 2019 -- NETGEAR®, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTGR), the leading provider of networking devices that power today’s smart home and small businesses, has introduced.

  • Netgear's latest gaming router goes on sale in April for $199
    Engadgetlast month

    Netgear's latest gaming router goes on sale in April for $199

    Whether you're playing Fortnite, Apex Legends or PUBG, less lag means more wins. Netgear promises its new gaming router will deliver both. The company debuted the Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 WiFi Router at SXSW this week.

  • NETGEAR (NTGR) Unveils Gaming Router for Superior Experience
    Zackslast month

    NETGEAR (NTGR) Unveils Gaming Router for Superior Experience

    NETGEAR's (NTGR) Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR300 WiFi Router focuses on Internet speeds for faster online gaming and smoother streaming, while reducing lag with ultra-low ping rates.

  • GlobeNewswirelast month

    NETGEAR Introduces New Nighthawk Pro Gaming Router Optimized to Minimize Lag for Gamers

    AUSTIN, Texas, March 14, 2019 -- NETGEAR®, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTGR), the leading provider of networking products for online gaming, has debuted the Nighthawk® Pro Gaming XR300 WiFi.

  • 15 Stocks Sitting on Huge Piles of Cash
    InvestorPlacelast month

    15 Stocks Sitting on Huge Piles of Cash

    A strong balance sheet can and should be a key part of the bull case for a stock. Modest -- or zero -- debt lowers risk. And excess cash can be used for shareholder returns, M&A, or growth opportunities while, in some cases, putting a protective floor under the stock.Of late, even in major stocks, investors have seen the importance of the balance sheet. Consumer giants Kraft Heinz (NASDAQ:KHC) and Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE:BUD) have seen their equity values plunge after loading up on debt. AT&T (NYSE:T) hasn't shown the same downside, but its record levels of debt threaten its dividend and likely have kept on lid on T stock in recent years.So cash-rich stocks offer some value -- but not without their own downside. Companies that keep significant amounts of excess cash aren't putting that cash to work or allowing their shareholders to do the same. Debt can cause big downside if a business stumbles; it can also lever returns higher if management strategies succeed.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * The 10 Best Stocks to Buy for the Bull Market's Anniversary As always, there's no simple way to find the best stocks to buy among these names. But for investors who look for cash-rich stocks, these 15 fit the bill. All have big cash balances that can be put to use and little or zero debt. Those balance sheets provide plenty of options for management -- and, hopefully, potential moves that can boost shareholder value. Cash-Rich Stocks to Buy: Apple (AAPL)Source: Apple Outside of banks, it's likely no other company in history has had more cash than Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) does right now. The company closed its fiscal first quarter with $245 billion in cash and investments.The question is what Apple plans to do with it. Investors long have clamored for a big acquisition, particularly with the company's emphasis on growing its Services business. But that historically hasn't been Apple's style: its biggest buy ever was the $3 billion deal for Beats Music back in August 2014.That may change: earlier this year, Luke Lango detailed 7 potential M&A targets for Apple (among them Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX)). Either way, however, Apple will spend its $130 billion net cash in some way, as management disclosed early last year. That will likely include aggressive dividend increases - and almost certainly additional share repurchases. Apple spent $73 billion on buybacks last year, another $8 billion-plus in Q1.The question is whether that windfall -- or M&A -- will be enough. I wrote last month that I'm still skeptical toward the pivot to services, with iPhone revenues likely to decline as pricing power maxes out. But AAPL is cheap, and management has plenty of tools at its disposal to try and move the stock higher. Advanced Energy Industries (AEIS)Source: Shutterstock Power products manufacturer Advanced Energy Industries (NASDAQ:AEIS) has an interesting bull case at the moment. AEIS stock has dropped by about 30% from early June highs, due largely to worries about the semiconductor manufacturers it services.As a result, AEIS looks rather cheap, at 10x 2020 EPS estimates. But the company also has some $9 per share in cash -- which makes AEIS even cheaper. Excluding that hoard, AEIS trades at barely 8x next year's consensus.Admittedly, this is a cyclical stock. And many companies in the chip space keep cash on the balance sheet to ensure they can manage through a downturn. Still, Advanced Energy seems to have some dry powder here. Cash has risen by over $200 million in the last five years. * 7 Top Stocks to Buy From Goldman Sachs' Secret Portfolio On the Q4 call, meanwhile, CFO Paul Oldham said the company would "use our strong cash position to pursue new growth opportunities and expand our addressable market." That could signal a willingness for M&A -- and putting that cash to work might make AEIS even cheaper. Netgear (NTGR)Source: Shutterstock The story at Netgear (NASDAQ:NTGR) has been frustrating of late, to say the least. The spin-off of Arlo Technologies (NYSE:ARLO) has been an unmitigated disaster. Margins have seen pressure recently. Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) acquired "mesh network" provider and Netgear competitor Eero last month.But I haven't given up on Netgear just yet. Its router business still is hanging in there. Dominant market share in switches provides a stable profit base. And Amazon historically hasn't been successful in hardware: it has won with the Echo, but failed with the Fire Stick and Fire Phone, among other efforts.One reason I'm still long NTGR stock is the company's cash balance. Netgear closed 2018 with $273 million in cash and investments -- nearly a quarter of its market cap. That dry powder is likely to be used for M&A, which could grow earnings. At less than 15x 2019 EPS estimates, an accretive deal can make NTGR cheap again. And it could jumpstart a rally that erases at least some of the disappointment of the last year. Facebook (FB)Source: Shutterstock Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) has seen a nice rally so far this year, gaining some 30%. Controversy still swirls around the company, but investors seem at least a bit more confident than they were at the end of 2018.At the end of the day, Facebook stock is going to come down to how users feel, not investors. But in the meantime, the company has quite a bit of cash to play with. Facebook ended 2018 with $41 billion in cash -- and no long-term debt.It's not entirely clear what Facebook plans to do with the cash -- or what it can do. A major acquisition probably doesn't make a lot of sense. Last year, the company used most of its impressive free cash flow for buybacks. The company generated $17.7 billion in free cash flow -- and spent almost three-quarters as much repurchasing stock. * 9 Trade War Stocks to Sell on U.S.-China Deal News At an average price of $163 (according to figures from the 10-K), that effort has been accretive so far. And it should continue into 2019. Investors who believe FB still is cheap can at least know that Facebook itself will be buying shares as well. Bassett Furniture (BSET)Source: Mike Mozard via FlickrIt has been a struggle of late for Bassett Furniture (NASDAQ:BSET). Torrid growth in the first few years of the decade has slowed to a crawl. Retail sales declined in fiscal 2018 (ending November) for the first time since 2011. And BSET stock touched a four-year low earlier this month before rebounding modestly in recent sessions.But there's an intriguing "buy the dip" case here. The company should be able to work through disruption from tariffs and higher input costs. There's still room to expand the footprint of the retail business; that segment has turned from a loss leader to a modest profit center.And Bassett still has a rock-solid balance sheet. It closed FY18 with over $55 million in cash and investments -- almost 30% of its market cap. The company paid special dividends back in 2015 and 2016 and could do so again. Meanwhile, backing out that cash, BSET trades at about 13x earnings, with those earnings down sharply from recent levels.There's tons of upside to BSET if the company can execute a turnaround. That's a big "if," and it requires some macro help as well. But the balance sheet gives Bassett time -- and BSET stock some downside protection. Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL)Source: Shutterstock Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) is another tech giant with an enormous cash hoard. The company has over $101 billion in cash and only about $4 billion in long-term debt.It's less clear what Alphabet's plans are. The company's expanding reach beyond search gives it a wealth of potential M&A targets. It wouldn't be a total shock if the company decided to put more capital behind its Waymo self-driving car program. The company could try to move into content. And it has made moves into hardware, most notably with its purchase of Nest. * 7 Dow Jones Stocks to Buy Here, too, the cash does color the valuation of the stock. GOOGL already looks cheap, at 22x forward earnings. Exclude the cash hoard, and the forward multiple dips under 20x. There are some reasons for the low multiple, including pressure on the search business, but Alphabet has a literal wealth of options at its disposal going forward. Guess? (GES)Source: Shutterstock Plenty of retailers have good amounts of cash on the balance sheet. But Guess? (NYSE:GES) combines a fortress balance sheet with an intriguing bull case.At the moment, it doesn't look like Guess? has that much to play with. Net cash at the end of the third quarter was just $139 million. But that will change when the company reports fourth-quarter results next week. Inventory builds ahead of the key holiday season will reverse -- Guess? will likely finish its fiscal year with over $3 per share in cash.Meanwhile, growth looks impressive. The company is managing positive same-store sales in the Americas. But the real opportunity is overseas. Guess? is performing exceedingly well in Europe, and has a huge growth opportunity in Asia.Backing out that cash, GES trades at under 17x forward EPS -- an intriguing multiple. For investors who want international exposure and a strong balance sheet, GES should be at the top of the list. Dolby Laboratories (DLB)Source: Sony Dolby Laboratories (NYSE:DLB) offers an interesting combination of value and growth. $12 per share in cash on the balance sheet provides some downside protection -- and fuel for growth. New initiatives like Dolby Cinema, Dolby Voice and Dolby Vision are growing quickly, with guidance for the three categories to increase sales 30%-50% in fiscal 2019 (ending September).The story isn't perfect. Some of the cash probably could be spent with no real harm to Dolby. Family control of the company may limit distributions (for tax reasons). And valuation isn't as cheap as Dolby's non-GAAP numbers suggest, as stock-based compensation is rather high. * 7 Chinese Stocks to Buy for the 2019 Rebound Still, there's a nice base in royalty revenue, huge margins and growth potential. With DLB stock still off the highs, there could be nice upside here going forward -- with less risk than the rest of the market. Fitbit (FIT)Source: Shutterstock To be sure, I'm not a fan of Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) as a stock. I recommended investors sell FIT stock ahead of earnings last month, and indeed disappointing guidance undercut a recent rally.But I'll admit other investors can see it differently. Fitbit could be an acquisition target at some point, with a buyer looking to slash overhead costs and increase distribution. And few stocks in the market have the same amount of cash as Fitbit. At the end of 2018, Fitbit had $723 million in cash and investments -- almost half its market cap of about $1.5 billion.At the least, Fitbit has plenty of time to turn its operations around. Adjusted EBITDA still is guided to flat to negative this year, so there's work left to do. But patient investors might see Fitbit as worth the wait -- with the cash providing a potential floor, even if operations take a turn for the worse. Amtech Systems (ASYS)Source: Shutterstock It does seem like micro-cap equipment manufacturer Amtech Systems (NASDAQ:ASYS) simply can't fall any further. Around $5, its market cap sits at $72 million. But Amtech has some $56 million in unrestricted cash -- and just $8 million in debt. Its tangible book value is just shy of $7 per share.The problem is that ASYS has been a value favorite off and on for years now -- and historically disappoints. Its exposure to solar markets leads to huge upcycles: ASYS touched $25 in early 2011, cleared $10 in 2014 and 2015, and was at $15 less than eighteen months ago. The downturns, however, usually send investors fleeing. * 7 March Madness Stocks to Consider for the Big Dance At this point, however, there's an intriguing case to buy the dip. Business remains relatively weak, but the stock is cheap. $4-plus generally has held as support for most of the decade. And Amtech can use the cash sheet to make another acquisition or wait out another downturn. At the least, value investors should take a long look. American Software (AMSWA)Source: Shutterstock Shares of American Software (NASDAQ:AMSWA) have plunged in recent months for one key reason. The ERP (enterprise resource planning) and SCM (supply chain management) software developer tried to change the narrative surrounding the stock by focusing on a shift from license revenue to SaaS (software-as-a-service) billing.The problem is that it looks like management oversold the shift. License revenue was only a small part of the business -- and overall growth has decelerated sharply in recent quarters. As a result, AMSWA has pulled back to past levels -- and unsurprisingly so.But after the sell-off, AMSWA does look a bit more attractive. Income investors can be enticed by a 3.8% yield. The company has over 20% of its market capitalization in cash. The run-up certainly went too far. But back at current levels, there's enough here to get interested again. 1-800-Flowers (FLWS)Source: Kazandrew via FlickrThe case for 1-800-Flowers.com (NASDAQ:FLWS) is that the next five years will look like the past five. 1-800-Flowers.com has crushed rival FTD Companies (NASDAQ:FTD) in pretty much every way. That's most obvious when looking at the respective stock prices. Over the past five years, FLWS stock has gained 231%. FTD has lost 94.5% of its value.There's still plenty of room for FLWS to gain more market share. FTD is reeling, having swapped out management and struggling under a heavily leveraged balance sheet. FLWS, on the other hand, is operating on all cylinders. * 9 Best Stocks to Buy on U.S.-China Trade Optimism And its balance sheet could provide another catalyst. The company has $258 million in cash and only $87 million in debt. That gives 1-800-Flowers.com to ability to either drive share repurchases or look to acquisitions. The 2014 acquisition of Harry & David is a clear winner that expanded the company's gift business. FLWS could look for another winner -- or simply buy back more shares. As long as it keeps dominating its space, investors should be fine either way. Adams Resources (AE)Few stocks in the market have the balance sheet that Adams Resources (NYSEAMERICAN:AE) does. Adams has nearly $28 per share in cash in the bank -- and zero debt.To be fair, Adams needs quite a bit of cash for its marketing business, in which it buys vast amounts of oil from drillers and resells it at a modest profit to refiners. But at this point, a good chunk of the cash is excess, and Adams may finally be ready to put it to work. The company's trucking business is showing signs of life amid a nationwide shortage, and after one small acquisition in that business, Adams could look to build it out further.Expecting huge returns here may be too much to ask, admittedly. But at $38, Adams trades at only a modest premium to book value while there is some upside potential here. A 2.3% dividend helps -- and so does the fortress balance sheet. AXT (AXTI)Source: Shutterstock AXT (NASDAQ:AXTI) manufactures substrates used in semiconductor production, and so it's little surprise AXTI shares have pulled back of late. The stock is down 45% over the past year.But the declines may have gone too far. AXTI still has about $1 per share in cash against a share price just over $4. Price-to-book-value sits at about 0.9x. * The 10 Best Stocks to Buy for the Bull Market's Anniversary Like Amtech, cycles are brutal. And like Amtech, a strong balance sheet suggests that the sell-off may have gone too far. BlackBerry (BB)Source: Shutterstock BlackBerry (NYSE:BB) seems almost forgotten at this point. It's not terribly hard to see why. The company once dominated the smartphone space, but it has long since exited the business altogether. Meanwhile, BB stock has traded basically sideways for about seven years now. Investors clearly have lost patience, and interest: average daily volume in the stock is at decade-long lows.But there is an interesting case for BB at the moment. The company used a big chunk of its cash balance to acquire artificial intelligence company Cylance. It still should have about $800 million left -- well over $1 per share. The company's QNX software is just one of the potential catalysts for the stock.I've long been a BB skeptic -- but there is a case here. BlackBerry still has dry powder left for another deal, or shareholder returns. And it's possible that investors have stopped paying attention just as the company is entering a new phase.As of this writing, Vince Martin is long shares of NETGEAR and FTD Companies. He has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 15 Growth Stocks to Buy Under 15x Earnings * 7 Dark Horse Stocks That Deserve Your Attention in 2019 * 5 Disruptive Technologies That Are Moving Too Fast Compare Brokers The post 15 Stocks Sitting on Huge Piles of Cash appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Netgear (NTGR) Down 7.3% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?
    Zacks2 months ago

    Netgear (NTGR) Down 7.3% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

    Netgear (NTGR) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

  • Has NETGEAR, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTGR) Been Employing Capital Shrewdly?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    Has NETGEAR, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTGR) Been Employing Capital Shrewdly?

    Today we'll evaluate NETGEAR, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTGR) to determine whether it could have potential as an investment idea. In particular, we'll consider its Return On Capital Employed (ROCE), as that canRead More...

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 Tri-band WiFi Mesh Extender Wins Prestigious iF DESIGN AWARD for 2019

    NETGEAR®, Inc. (NTGR), the leading provider of networking devices that power today’s smart home, is pleased to be recognized with an 2019 iF DESIGN AWARD for the Nighthawk® X6 Tri-band WiFi Mesh Extender (EX7700), the latest member to the Nighthawk WiFi  mesh family of extenders. Each year, the world’s oldest independent design organization, Hannover-based iF International Forum Design GmbH, hosts the iF DESIGN AWARD competition. The Nighthawk X6 Tri-band WiFi Mesh Extender won over the 67-member jury, made up of independent experts from all over the world, with the product’s capability to provide powerful whole home WiFi by extending the range of your existing router using NETGEAR patented Fastlane3 technology.

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    Factors of Influence in 2019, Key Indicators and Opportunity within EXTRACTION O&G, ONE Gas, Kilroy Realty, Logitech International S.A, News Corporation, and NETGEAR — New Research Emphasizes Economic Growth

    NEW YORK, Feb. 28, 2019 -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Market Source Research released its latest key findings for all current investors,.

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    NETGEAR Appoints Janice Roberts to Board of Directors

    NETGEAR®, Inc. (NTGR), the leading provider of networking devices for small businesses, the smart home and online game play, today welcomes Janice Roberts to join the company’s board of directors. Janice joins the board with a wealth of experience in her nearly four decades of global technology, operating, venture capital and board level experience. “Janice Roberts is a welcome addition to the NETGEAR Board of Directors,” said Patrick Lo, chairman and chief executive officer of NETGEAR.

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    NETGEAR to Launch Nighthawk M2 Mobile Router With Australian Service Provider Telstra

    NETGEAR®, Inc. (NTGR), the leading provider of networking devices that power connectivity in the home, at the office and on the road, today announced the launch of Australia’s fastest 4G device – the NETGEAR Nighthawk M2 mobile router. With download speeds of up to 2Gbps, this next-generation Gigabit LTE mobile router delivers the capability for customers to stream content or maintain a secure connection to the office while on the road. The Nighthawk M2 Mobile Router will be available at Telstra from February 26, 2019.

  • Is Netgear (NTGR) a Great Value Stock Right Now?
    Zacks2 months ago

    Is Netgear (NTGR) a Great Value Stock Right Now?

    Here at Zacks, our focus is on the proven Zacks Rank system, which emphasizes earnings estimates and estimate revisions to find great stocks. Nevertheless, we are always paying attention to the latest value, growth, and momentum trends to underscore strong picks.