|Day Low/High||641.00 / 641.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||365.50 / 655.00|
The stock is off some 8% today and 40% since the fall. Is a buyout next?
Any bid should include a decent premium to the current share price.
These low-priced dividend payers are beating the Russell 2000.
This collection of beaten-down small-caps is beating its benchmarks.
Ingram Micro has agreed to a $6 billion dollar buyout by China's Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co., underscoring china's growing appetite for us technology companies.
We can't talk about a wave of M&A, but there are green shoots.
Good fundamentals and a price pullback make the stock look chic.
Bullish volume points to an upside breakout that could be coming soon.
These small players offer opportunities to investors willing to take a chance and exercise patience.
How much to sell? My mavens on the floor of the Exchange see $450 million to sell at the close. The largest sectors to sell include energy ($80 million), financials ($70 million), consumer discretionary ($70 million) and health care ($55 million). I...
The stock's upside is high, risk is low, and it has solid technical support.
A no-nonsense name like this could serve as a nice remedy to our zero-interest environment.
Benchmark Electronics is again trading below NCAV. It may be time for the company to shake things up a bit.
Ingram Micro is profitable, but its stock has fallen below net current asset value.
It's been almost a year and a half since the creation of JIMS CRAB FEST. Let's check in.
Here is today's schedule for the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference. So you know, here is the schedule for day two of Goldman Sachs' (GS) tech conference (all times PST): 11:10 a.m. -- VMware (VMW) 11:55 a.m. -- IBM (IBM) 12:40 p.m. -...
When searching for stocks that trade below net current asset value, beware of value traps.
I focused on identifying profitable small-caps with healthy amounts of cash.
Long shots, nukes, fast food and presidential politics … it's all in there.
Companies trading below net current asset value, or net/nets, had a strange and boring year.