Friday, May 30, 2014
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
GDT::Portfolio underwent some modifications while I was road tripping and I will be getting caught up as to what happened.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
"First quarter proved to be challenging for us on a variety of fronts, but our outlook on the core business remains very positive," commented Vinit Asar, President and Chief Executive Officer. "Like many companies, the harsh winter weather throughout the first quarter significantly impacted our sales and earnings.
Not the way you want to start a quarterly report.
And the following was reported.
"The Company lowered its 2014 full-year adjusted diluted EPS guidance [...] The Company has lowered its projected full year 2014 same center sales growth [...] The Company lowered 2014 full-year net sales guidance [...]"
HGR closed yesterday (02014.05.05) at $33.62. 52-week range: $30.10 - $40.71. HGR hit an intra-day low of $30.31 shortly after the market opened.
Thursday, May 1, 2014
Cray (CRAY) closed down 11.5% yesterday (02014.04.30) after reporting 1Q'14 results. CRAY closed at $28.71. Intra-day low was $28.30. 52-week range: $16.20 - $42.09.
Twitter (TWTR) closed down 8.6% yesterday (02014.04.30) after reporting 1Q'14 results. TWTR closed at $38.97 after hitting a new 52-week low of $37.24. 52-week range: $37.24 - $74.73.
The S&P 500 all-time high is 1,897.28. Yesterday (02014.04.30) the S&P 500 closed at 1,883.95, so 1,900 is well within reach. Just like with the DJIA, the GDT::Portfolio sucks in comparison to what's happening with the S&P 500.