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Estimates are rising for this oil services company.
This supplier to the construction industry beat Wall Street’s earnings forecasts by $0.06 per share last quarter. Analysts are expecting 40%+ growth from the company this year.
Our first idea is expected to grow at double-digit rates this year, and our second recommendation is profit-taking.
Buy: Hudson Technologies (HDSN)
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Hudson Technologies (HDSN) provides and recycles refrigerants including CFCs, HCFCs and HFCs used primarily in air conditioning and refrigeration, but also certain...
Sell: Dycom (DY)
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Updated from WSBI 783, July 20, 2016
Dycom (DY), which has risen $38 since its February low, trades at a PE of 15.8 times the FY7/17 consensus while the move to 1 gigabyte service and to “Connect (rural) America” continues The...
Motley Fool recently recommended this pharma company, noting the possibility of “astronomical returns, yet significant risk” (as is the case with most biopharmas).
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By far my top pick for 2017 is Anavex (AVXL). The company’s lead drug Anavex 2-73 has just very...
Analysts are forecasting a 27% growth rate for this entertainment company this year. Earnings are scheduled to be announced on September 6.
Dave and Busters Entertainment, Inc. (PLAY)From BI ResearchDave and Busters Entertainment, Inc. (PLAY) is an 82 location casual restaurant concept where you go...
EPS estimates for this silica company are moving up, with 14 analysts raising their forecasts in the past 30 days. Barclays just initiated coverage on the shares with an ‘Overweight’ rating and a $50 target.
U.S. Silica (SLCA) From BI Research
U.S. Silica (SLCA) recently Q2...
This telecom infrastructure company beat estimates by $0.34 last quarter, and analysts are forecasting that the company will grow nearly 60% this quarter.
Dycom Industries Inc. (DY) From BI Research
Dycom Industries Inc. (DY), which installs infrastructure for telecoms and cable companies, including wireless companies, benefiting...
This biotech is showing up on the radar of Wall Street. The shares were recently recommended by Motley Fool, TheStreet.com and Forbes. And Singular Research just upgraded them to ‘Buy’. The company beat last quarter’s earnings estimates by $0.17. Our second recommendation today a..
This infrastructure company beat analysts’ estimates by $0.23 in the last quarter, and five analysts have increased their forecasts in the past 30 days. Our second recommendation is a sell for a lagging fund.
Buy: Dycom (DY) From BI Research
Back in the late ‘90s the...
Sell: Hodges Small Cap Fund (HDPSX) From BI Research Updated from Investment Digest 770, June 17, 2015
While Hodges remains a 5-star rated small-cap fund focused on growth and value opportunities its 3-year rating has slipped to 4 and it is increasingly falling behind Russell...
BI Research began publishing in 1981. It is a 12-page investment newsletter focused on small to mid-cap special situation stocks which are believed to have the drivers in place to double (or better) in the next one to three years. Each issue includes new...
Low oil prices are creating challenges for this silica business, but long-term, the shares with a 2.3% annual dividend yield, look attractive. The dividend is paid quarterly.
US Silica (SLCA)
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US Silica’s (SLCA) Q2 report was well received by Wall Street, despite what by...