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The Company is an independent provider of electronic manufacturing services and solutions.
JBL has moved away from BlackBerry and had failed with Apple and plastic iPhone 5c. Jubil is hiring and training teams for direct labor and prototyping and repositioning manufacturing assets across to Co. Seeing good opportunitys in China's growing smartphone mark,. Demand for LTE is growing . Have won more than 15 new customer s in its high velocity segment diversifying in other areas. P/E ratio of 14 dividend of 1.80%
Seems cheap. It isn't. Incredible shrinking circuit board maker, master of lowering guidance. Zach's Bear O The Day.
Poor recent results. Tepid outlook.
No deep analysis made for this pick. Just a simple Holt exercise.
Read an article said to cheap to ignore
iPhone 5 will push all major suppliers higher
It's been down. Showing strength and is on the rise.
Why not? This one will suffer as the world gets smarter but you should be safe for the time being.
Efficient operating margins and net earnings may very well deliver another record year in fiscal 2012. Recent share prices drop creating good entry point.
http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2011/12/21/jabils-drop-is-your-opportunity.aspxManagement points to a more diverse and profitable business mix plus a focus on operating efficiencies. These factors helped the company expand operating margins and net earnings even in the face of economic worries that slowed down sales growth somewhat. "We are on track to deliver another record year in fiscal 2012," says CEO Tim Main.I like what I see in Jabil's business trends. So does analyst firm Needham, calling Jabil "the best name today in electronic manufacturing services." Share prices dipped 3.7% on the report, erasing gains made in the last few days. No biggie.
under appreciatied offshore manufacting giant.
I like the industry segment
JBL continues to steadily manage cash well beyond what the market does in this industry, their customer satisfaction is solid as well.
technical play in electronics industry
Who do you thinks makes the guts for your cell phone ?
Once the market move on and the economy gets healthy everything will get better .Because my point of view is that everybody is waiting for the economy to get better and the dealers will come back again to boost the market up to copensate what they have lost during this bad economic period.
Is WallStreet full of it or are these really some of the Fastest-Growing Stocks in S&P 500 Index
Although this stock consistantly underperforms the S&P over a longer period, for shorter terms it leads the S&P in either direction, for gains or loss percentages. This said, as the markets creep back up, JBL will continue to lead in short term gains over the next year or so.
I like the 12.02 P/E ratio. The stock is currently trading around $6.00 under it's 200 day moving average. I bought the stock at $6.38 and it seems to be dong well even on down days so far. This stock will move up when the economy recovers and is tied to the auto industry. Since Obama is on a mission to save the auto industry plan on seeing this stock double within the next year.
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