+ Watch ANW
on My Watchlist
Supplier & marketer of marine fuel to ships at sea
High insider ownership, technical uptrend, and having traded above $25 3 years ago.
Beastly value. If things in Greece hold together this one will pay off big in a few years.
New ports, acquiring additional transport, law suit thrown out. See this steadily increasing
ANW - is adding terminals at both ends of the Panama Canal exposing them to new business fueling the marine industry.
Price to Earnings (P/E) ? -41.2 Price to Book (P/B) ? 0.689 LOWPrice to Sales (P/S) ? 0.107 AVGReturn on Assets (ROA) ? 0.3% LOWReturn on Equity (ROE) ? -1.7% VERY LOWEV/EBITDA ? 9.54 AVGDividend Yield 0.6% AVG
The stock pick for the contrarian investor:Could the news on ANW get any worse?Lawsuits, downgrades, extremely weak market sector...Negative chart pattern, European economic crises (esp. in Greece)...What is an investor to do?Let's look long term here. Ocean shipping isn't taking a backseat any time soon, particularly as global fuel prices rise. Although I'd avoid any bulk shipping companies (I've seen some odd pitches for Diana Shipping, Paragon Shipping, and some others), but ANW predicts a nearly 40% revenue growth over 5 years on nearly 200% EPS growth rate (year over year). No other company in the sector can boast those stats, and once this sector recovers, ANW will be poised to reap the benefits. I advertise this stock at these levels now. Ride out the near-term ups and downs, and watch this company reach $20-$30 by 2016.
An essential refueling at-sea tankers company.
Turnaround in shipping stocks coming soon!
Trading way below value. They've made quite a few purchases but paid little to SH. I think time will pay off if the world markets speed up.
6 months to around $15 levels. Good EPS but stock bashed because of two bad quarters in a recovering economy. Never the less a hold for about 6 months would give good returns IMO.
Why is this stock continuing to drop? =S
Strong buy, P/E is good in sector, oversold on Friday IMO
They corner the market on ship refueling. The market is suffering now due to recession, but shipping is slowly coming out and they will recover at a much faster rate.
I can't say which shipping firms will benefit most with so much excess capacity. Shipping will however, increase, and Agean's game plan for providing the fuel those vessels need looks solid. Discount what's happening in Greece, this is a world wide firm. The recent pull back makes it look very attractive here.
high earnings and price to book measures; dirty commodity business that is subject to further environmental changes; no real barriers
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