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Shocking Hot Stock Pick: Southwall Technologies Inc



May 21, 2008 – Comments (3)

Makers of Glass products for Automotive and energy saving applications, Southwall Technologies is undergoing a transformation.  After posting a good earnings report in the last quarter IN SPITE of exiting out of selling glass for Plasma Displays, Southwall Technologies is looking good once again.

This stock has fallen from a 5 year high of $2.50 a share to now $1.35 a share.  It is clearly a buyout/merger target as this company builds momentum by focusing on their core product and beating earnings estimates.

The company's board of directors has elected a new chairman director:  Andre R. Horn, placing former Chairman Dr. R Eugene Goodson in an advisory role.

Reasons you should care about this company:

1)  It's on the new high list currently trading at $1.35 a share is its 52 week high.

2) Insanely attractive product lineup:;jsessionid=7D2341562C3C52D528CE79AD12223A96

Heat Mirror Thermal and Solar Shading

What is that?

It's energy efficiency during a time of ever increasing Natural Gas Prices.

Is this product the best?  Apparently it is!

"Heat Mirror Insulating Glass Wins ARCHI-TECH Reader's Choice Awards for Energy-Efficiency and Sustainable Design "

"Southwall Q1 Revenue up 21% on Demand for Energy Conservation Products"

"Southwall's Heat Mirror® Helps Massachusetts Home Use 72% Less Energy "

Glass is your PIN ACTION in investing into the SOLAR Sector.

I think a diversfied portfolio should have PIN ACTION despite all 5 stocks being in 5 different sectors.

GLASS  &  SOLAR ENERGY  are 2 different sectors and yet they compliment eachother just fine.

3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On May 21, 2008 at 9:48 PM, Varchild2008 (83.96) wrote:

Ticker Symbol is SWTX.  Heck...I could cut some shares of Gencor to make room for SWTX.

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#2) On May 21, 2008 at 11:32 PM, LORDZPAIN wrote:

Sounds like something to stay away from

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#3) On May 22, 2008 at 6:11 AM, Varchild2008 (83.96) wrote:

Yea, I prefer to invest in companies that are in debt just like you!

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