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The Company is engaged in the design, manufacture, marketing and support of connectivity solutions for computers.
SILC is a company that I looked at when it was at $35, and I considered it attractive at a price around $30-32. Then it ran up to $45, and I stopped following it, but it popped back on my radar. Not much has changed since that $35 price point, despite the wild swings. Strong product portfolio, robust cash flow, growth, dividend.....a lot of things to like....they've had some product delays and lost some big purchases, but that is not new information any more. They are located in Israel, so there is some geopolitical risk, but I generally consider it to be mild. I consider fair value to be between 37 and 42. Current prices would be an attractive entry point.
SILC BP 40 TP 55 PEG 1.2 PE 23 NEXT YR PE 15
See Wade Michels's articles. Reasonable valuation probably because of Geo risk.
I've got Silicom Ltd tagged as a 5 year, which means I'm going to watch it and evaluate it for a period of time in hopes that I tagged it near a low and the added dividend will win it out over the S&P average.Normally a long needs to meet some of my technical AND fundamental checks, but technically this would have been a better call near $33. The step rise from $40 to $70 in March shows the high beta this stock has and there is a lot of "hurt" above this $38 entry.Fundamentally, Silicom is very erratic. It has good potential, but a roller coaster is not generally a good long. In this case, the roller coaster seems to have been influenced by Silicom not providing guidance, yet beating analysts handily. IN April they beat analysts only slightly and the market decided it had gotten a little higher than it should have. Add the sell-offs in techs and Silicom got a double whammy. Comparing YoY and QoQ numbers can be a little tricky at this size company where just a little shift in and out of orders can make several percent of difference. Operating income was up, margins were up.Good read from May after the 20% drop. (Wade Michaels, Fool.com).http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/05/05/why-the-market-is-100-wrong-about-silicom-ltd.aspxNEW products, cloud, virtualization, compression, off loading....Forward P/E of 12 (For a tech company). Strong margins, strong growth, no debt, P/B of 3, P/S of 3.6. Wicked cheap company that is sub $300M market cap. Could be attractive to others, "possible" arbitration is not a reason "alone" to buy, but will help support share price. Only downside I see is based in Israel. Israeli companies do well, generally are in safe areas, but book keeping is not as easy or transparent and have some market niches they can't enter.Needs more investigation. Looks good from here.
Excellent management, strong growth in earnings and sales, no debt.
With this recent sell-off and earning hiccup, this makes for a great buying opportunity. Perfect time to pull the trigger on the my CAPS account.
It was overextended but now underwent a correction and I think it's ripe for a nice rebound. I've just added some shares to my possession.
Just what I love to see in a Rule Breaker.- Huge market opportunities: Cloud computing, virtualization offloading, and software-defined networks are all waves of the future.- Competitive advantage: Engineer-to-engineer sales model allows Silicom to work as a development partner with their OEM customers. This builds future long-term opportunities and also induces significant switching costs.- Great management and capital allocation: Conservative with operating expenses and focusing on the most promising opportunities. Growing revenue at 38%/yr and earnings at 59%/yr for 5 years, yet still have $7.74/share of cash on the balance sheet and pay a dividend.- Strong past-price appreciation: The stock is already up 170% during the past twelve months, and is already up over 40% this month.All of that said, I still don't think the valuation reflects their opportunity.- $0.94 of adjusted earnings during the quarter X 4 = $3.76 of forward EPS at the current run-rate.- Sector average P/E of 21.6x for the peer group (which is probably conservative for a growth company like this).- $7.74/share of cash on the balance sheet.- ($3.76 *21.6) + $7.74 = $88.96We're getting an innovator with a huge market opportunity for a 25% discount, even when using conservative assumptions.Outperform.
I started looking at this after David Gardner recommended it in CAPS. I am NOT an engineer or a techy so perhaps I shouldn't be investing in this, but I did last week and was fortunate to get the post earnings release bump. My simplistic understanding of what they do, machine to machine communication. That's going away soon... NOT!I have listened to the last 2 conference calls and I have no clue why the stock is not higher. They have grown sales from 20 mil in 2009 to around $66 mil for this year and it has been consistent. Their earnings have grown from $3 mil to around $15 mil this year and again it has been consistent. Their P/E is only 23 even after the 22% run up this week. They have no debt. They have over $50 mil in cash and the company is only worth a little over $300 mil. According to this the company has never lost a client...http://beta.fool.com/wamike/2013/05/28/smooth-as-silc/34829/The conference calls keep talking about new clients and wins. They basically said in the call that the 4th quarter this year will probably be their best quarter ever. Without completely understanding the technology here, what am I missing? I know there are risks with it being headquartered in Israel and that a larger company could perhaps out execute them, but risks come along with investing and these seem minor for a small portion of my portfolio.
following TMFSpiffyPop on this one. good growth and expanding margins along with no debt makes this a good potential investment. i wouldn't be surprised if i found some shares in my own account in the next week or so after some research.
growth industry, undervalued
SILC is becoming a legit player In the connectivity market. Watch this baby for huge gains as it is about to soar and has begun. Jump on folks for the ride.
Current ratio = 6; long-term debt = 0, net margin = 23%, ROE = 20%
Everything is right with this stock, way up to go- Strong market growth going 2010- broad customer base and product range, much recurring revenue- cash and cash equivalents amount up to 30% of market cap; book value about 40%- no debt- PE 2008 is 11-12- recently entered Chinese market- wonderful business model
This stock is going to do amazing things. It just entered China's major market for computer chips by landing a 1.8 Million deal. There's no way this stock wont go up over $35 a share. Its already up $2.50 in the last week.
not for widows and orphans
I believe we've reached the bottom on this one!
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