SLCA -

. Currency in USD
12.60
-0.33 (-2.55%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close12.93
Open12.85
BidN/A x N/A
AskN/A x N/A
Day's Range12.37 - 12.98
52 Week Range9.30 - 23.09
Volume1,255,672
Avg. VolumeN/A
Market Cap927.108M
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-3.57
Earnings DateOct 21, 2019 - Oct 25, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est15.92
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Enservco Corporation (ENSV)Sector: Energy Long-term earnings growth: 20% Year-to-date performance: -4.7% Enservco (NYSEARCA:ENSV) is a little-known oil and gas player with a lot of earnings juice in the tank. The reason you haven't heard of this Denver-based company is due to its particularly boring, but stable, business: well enhancement and fluid logistics.Source: Shutterstock In a nutshell, Enservco works with American exploration and production (E&P) firms through its three subsidiary businesses (Heat Waves Hot Oil Service, Heat Waves Water Mangement, Dillco Fluid Service). These companies provide core services that include hot oiling, acidizing and frac water heating.It's not your conventional oil and gas business. While Enservco suffered along with the rest of the oil patch during the dog days of the energy rout, it has since turned things around. In 2016, ENSV reported an operating income loss of $11 million. By 2017, management had trimmed that loss to $5 million. 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It also owns its own sand mine for fracking in the Oakdale, Wisconsin area, and another mine in Jackson County, Wisconsin.Source: Shutterstock Lately, business has been good, with Smart Sand increasing its net income from 8 million in 2014 to 29 million in the past year.Should you buy SND stock? SND needs a catalyst to be worth owning. According to U.S. Silica (NYSE:SLCA) CEO, Bryan Shinn, that catalyst is demand for locally sourced frac sand. * 10 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 and Beyond "The trend towards longer laterals and more sand per well is continuing and will drive strong demand into 2019 and beyond," says Shinn. Higher oil prices should also facilitate stronger demand for fracking sand and make SND stock worth holding. Shineco (TYHT)Sector: Pharma Earnings growth: N/A YTD performance: 6.5%Shineco (NASDAQ:TYHT) is a China-based holding company specializing in Chinese herbal medicine, which it sells through its subsidiaries direct to consumers. Shineco differentiates itself from its competition through its technology: Apocynum Venetum Fiber, Flavonoids and Pectinose.Source: Shutterstock Apocynum Venetum is a cotton-like Chinese fiber with (allegedly) antibacterial properties that are intended to regulate blood pressure. Shineco's flavonoids are central to its "cardio-cerebral-vascular" drugs.The company claims that its treatments improve memory, among many other things. Pectinose, which can be used as a food additive, is used by Shineco to lower blood lipids and enhance the immune system.Should you buy TYHT stock? With a P/E of 1.82, TYHT stock is undervalued relative to its peers. That said, Shineco's business sounds too hokey for me, and it's a space that doesn't lend itself well to competitive moats. I'm also unconvinced that its investment in blockchain through Hash Bank will pay off. Stay away unless you're extra nuts. Coffee Holding Co (JVA)Sector: Food & Beverages Earnings growth: N/A YTD performance: 10.10%Like most of the companies on this list, you've probably never heard of Coffee Holding Co (NASDAQ:JVA), a scrappy little company whose business is beans. JVA sells coffee wholesale for several uses, which include green coffee, private-label use and as branded coffee.Source: Shutterstock Back in 2011, Coffee Holding was on top of the world. Forbes named Coffee Holding No. 41 on its "Best Small Companies" list amid a boom in coffee stocks. Companies such as Caribou Coffee and Peet's Coffee & Tea were flying high as the price of coffee peaked around $2.90-per-pound. Today, both Caribou and Peet's are delisted as the price of coffee trades just over $1-per-pound.The only coffee stock you hear about today is Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX), which is more akin to McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) than the aforementioned coffee stocks. But Coffee Holdings survived the downtrend and is still kicking. 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