Tuesday, November 06, 2007
Staind - It's Been Awhile
No CC's, I'm fucking busy.
Tuesday November 6, 4:05 pm ET
-- Record revenue of $60.9 million, an increase of 32.7 percent as compared to the third quarter of 2006;
-- Record Adjusted EBITDA(1) of $10.9 million, an increase of 79.9 percent as compared to the third quarter of 2006;
-- Adjusted Gross Margin(1) of 51.9 percent; Adjusted EBITDA Margin(1) of 17.9 percent;
-- Fourth consecutive quarter of Adjusted Gross Margin(1) and Adjusted EBITDA Margin(1) improvement;
-- Return to profitability - GAAP Net Income of $1.8 million; and
-- Addition of 149 net new customers to end the third quarter at a total of 3,552 customers.
This market started out in gay mode last Thursday and shows no signs of straightening.
November is gay pride month for the market.
Q3 net climbs 58%; rev up 48%; beat analysts EPS expectations; raised guidance for remainder of 2007...
Stock was down over 18% today!
Good or bad, black or white, everything else takes it up the arse.
With the major exception of my Yukon Corneliuses which I TOLD all you fuckers about, and at the risk of sounding like that halfwit from Ukraine, JJ, would advise you get ye some, still.
Silver has just started. Even the shitheels (HL, CDE, PAAS) are up like Christmas today. SA is about to roll too.
Get ye to the silversmith.
16.75 to 18.50 take it in. Hold till years end.
No reason to be public and they know it. Steve Mihaylo and D Danks are going to make bank on this.
S&P UPGRADES OPINION ON SHARES OF DYNAMIC MATERIALS TO BUY FROM HOLD
S&P Marketscope - October 26, 2007 11:24 AM ET
Symbol Last Chg
BOOM Trade 57.70 +3.03
Real time quote.
Q3 EPS of $0.58 vs. $0.30 is well above our $0.44 estimate on a 69% sales rise. Backlog declined to $77M from $85M in Q2 but, based on strong markets in oil & gas, metals, petrochemicals, etc., we expect order activity to remain strong. In particular, we see high oil prices driving demand for drilling projects. We also expect continued efficiency improvements from BOOM's recent plant expansion. As a result, we are raising our '07 EPS estimate by $0.08 to $2.00, and '08's by $0.13 to $2.45. We are lifting our 12-month target price by $9 to $58, on our revised P/E analysis.
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