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The Company is a provider of explosion-welded clad metal plates.
I think they have a strong business with well-qualified leaders at the top who know the business and are able to look forward.
40% growth trading at a P/E of 35 puts the PEG below 1. I say BOOM should trend higher toward to a share price of $30 in the next 6 months. This represents about 25% appreciation and at $30 a foward P/E of 26 is a fair valuation.
No clear succession plan for key executives
BOOM has dropped after significant gains and they are starting to plataeu again and this usually means a large drop.
they make a product that many others need and as the economy comes back their demand will raise.
Dynamic Materials Corp. Metal bonding and fabrication using controlled explosions. Cyclical demand. Managed expenses effectively during economic downturn -- stayed profitable. Well positioned to benefit from overall economic improvement.52 - Week Range $13.50 low - $22.40 high. 23 Nov = $15.86 1-year target: $22.00
I sold this stock in 09 and made a good gain. i like it even better at this price and pumping real cash into BOOM. The mfg cycle will swing back...
I owned this stock for quite a while, now I don't. The question for this stock is not if but when. It will do well; its products are needed for industrial expansion- especially in energy. Added as a long-term outperform.
Innovative welding process, still waiting for the boom in profits!
Second time I've bought in a real portofolio. I expect a steady growth 2011 through the next few years. I agree with the Fool evaluation that this a required business in so many plants, pipelines etc that it will grow as well as any infrastructure company can over the next few yesrs.
45 years of experience in explosive welding acts as a barrier to competition.
The man with the plan
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sERVES THE OIL INDUSTRY WHICH WILL PERFORM VERY WELL as soon as the world understands that wind and solar can not supply the huge amount of energy used by the world. Crude oil is still "cheap" and relatively stable the Gulf spill notwithstanding.
Demand for this companiesproductswill only go up at least in the next few years.
Construction can't stay dead forever.
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