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The Company designs and manufactures suspension assemblies for hard disk drives.
Big win or Big loss?
Htch is a leader in the disc drive area. It's plant in Thailand is producing more daily and is gaining market share. That alone should make the company profitable in 2015. But Htch has partnered with Cambridge to produce an OIS (optical image stabilization ) product for mobile phones. Units have been shipped to china to be installed in several new phones. Results should be reported soon. That could be a game changer for Htch. and it's shareholders. Htch has new leadership and insiders are adding not selling shares.
Pending introduction of patented image stabilization technology should get this company back in it hayday.
P/S, momentum. It might be hurt by the move to solid state drives or it might be able to get away with this business model for a while if it can sell (indirectly) to the rapidly growing Asian middle class.
As demand for cloud data storage continues to grow, so will this company's profit margins.
This company continues to increase efficiency in productions and cost control. The price to book is way to low. This makes for a great investment and a potential acquisition target.
Will be a performer.Good returns.Tech stock..eady to run
I like these guys. I think they're turining things around. They increased market share and sales and seem to be reacting well to thier challenges.
Not likely to go far from current place. Just doing a re shuffle of chairs doesn't change overall market conditions.
This company has gone through some hard times in the last couple of years. I do believe that the restructing will be completed soon and the share repurchase program will help the stock price rise again. I don't believe the stock will reach it's high in '05, but it should climb back into the mid-to-upper 20s with a year or so.
Oversold. Sector growth projected at 12% during 2008.
Pinched in core business, new product line is out of core competency- totally unknown if this will lead to any growth. The demise of Cannondale as a public corporation tells me this is risky (Bicycles-> Motorsports, failed).
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