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Top 30 @ 50 million.
Investors should consider selling puts. You can achieve some very high annualized returns at strikes significantly below the current price. e.g.Sep 14 $12.50 strike at $1.65 has 23% discount and 26% annualized return.
Ended this one too soon.
I placed this one on CAP at $7.91 on 3/1/10. I am sure it is dividend corrected price. It hasn't done well for me. It isn't a business I am comfortable with, but it does produce a lot of cash flow and for me that is important. I do own shares of the Company. I am keeping shares, but I am unlikely to add to them. But the cash flow is fascinating.The price of the stock has been all over the board this year $2.10 to $14.15 back to the present price of $5.60. I am holding shares and I will hold them on caps. It is a cash flow play. And with a range like that, there may be ways to exploit it. I probably won't devote the time to study it too much. But I may from time to time note the yearly cash flow and any notes I take on them.They made $35.7 million in cash flow for fiscal 2012.For the first quarter they made $5.861 million in cash flow down from $7.494 million. TTM cash flow is $34.076 million or $1.06 per share giving them a cash flow yield of 18.9% more than enough to take care of their $0.25 a year dividend which gives us a dividend yield of 4.3%. A great yield but is their business sustainable? I don't know - I don't study it enough. I tend to only study companies that I have invested larger amounts. I don't like investing in a businesses where I can't understand the competitive landscape, except for small amounts. They have no debt and $37.445 million in cash or about $1.15 per share based on 32.453 million shares outstanding.They had far more cash, but they paid out a $1.25 special dividend on June 12, 2013 a $3.00 special dividend on October 31, 2012They sold their data business for $54 million - they felt it necessary to remain competitive. That in part funded the special dividends.However, I decided if I keep it on CAPs I am going to follow it at least yearly. I will continue to work through my caps companies, ending those that don't interest me and adding companies I believe have good long-term potential.
Likely the company is up for sale
96% sell Average Overall on BarchartAt all time lows
Growing like a snail.
another hail Mary, could be awesome, could go broke
tndm has no debt and has expanded into europe,asia and around the globe with the acquisition of Tinet SpA. with huge potential in the network effect, which describes how the power of the network increases geometrically with each additional termination point added also was listed by forbs as one of the top fastest growing companies
Good 3 Yr EPS & Revenue Growth.
New dutch auction, company is buying back nearly 10% of shares. At same market cap, this stock should be valued at $18.32
volume, chart, signal
Growth of smart phones and internet favors this connector of providers.
Recovering from the fall it took this year. Probably won't be an explosive recover like some of the small/mid caps we have seen, but more steady solid growth.
P/E is too low for company with this growth history.
Solid niche. More than $6/share in cash.Profit Margin (ttm): 20.49% Operating Margin (ttm): 31.85% Return on Assets (ttm): 13.51% Return on Equity (ttm): 15.06%
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