$48.25 -$9.00 (-15.7%)

09:31 AM EST on 11/22/19


CAPS Rating: No stars

Current Price $48.25 Mkt Cap $220.7M
Open $48.25 P/E Ratio 0.00
Prev. Close $57.25 Div. (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Daily Range $48.25 - $48.25 Volume 200
52-Wk Range $46.55 - $57.25 Avg. Daily Vol.


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megalong (< 20)
Submitted February 14, 2010

Schuff International, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiaries are primarily steel fabrication and erection contractors with headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona and operations in Arizona, Nevada, Florida, Georgia, Texas, Kansas, California and… More

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Member Avatar megalong (< 20) Submitted: 2/13/2010 8:49:25 PM : Outperform Start Price: $14.39 NASDAQ OTHER:DBMG Score: +38.83

Schuff International, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiaries are primarily steel fabrication and erection contractors with headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona and operations in Arizona, Nevada, Florida, Georgia, Texas, Kansas, California and Colorado.

They are a small, thinly traded company which appears significantly undervalued at 4.2x trailing earnings and .65x book value. I agree with boghead and dcrednek's analysis of the company below.


Member Avatar boghead (39.30) Submitted: 12/15/2009 3:50:51 AM : Outperform Start Price: $15.27 NASDAQ OTHER:DBMG Score: +31.88

About the worst thing I can find about them is that they might be making about half as much profit as they were last year which will give them something like a P/E of 4 rather than 2. The only other bad news, if you call it that, is that they just bought a plant in Stockton. This means that rather than being able to buy a company with cash on hand worth more than the market cap, you might have to settle for a company that is worth a little less than cash on hand. That would really be a shame if they didn't have a good profit margin and low debt.

If someone has a compelling argument against this company please speak up. I can't find any justification for the price being so low.


Member Avatar plaidone (99.31) Submitted: 7/1/2008 4:25:37 PM : Outperform Start Price: $25.21 NASDAQ OTHER:DBMG Score: -63.21

Maybe I'm crazy, maybe not. All I know is I love TDAmeritrade's tool that lets you examine several stock symbols within an industry. I was considering shorting PHHM (Palm Harbor Homes) when I noticed this one pop up in the Construction Services Industry list. Guess what? They actually have a positive P/E with a 5-year earnings growth of over 50%! Just how often have you seen stats like that in the "credit crunch"? I'd much rather go long a good stock than risk going short a bad one. Even if you know it's bad, you can get squeezed. Wouldn't you rather limit your downside too? It's not paying a dividend like some of the other construction stocks, but they're not doing well anyway. There's not much talk about this stock on finance.yahoo.com, so there's probably more room for price improvement.


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BravoBevo (99.96) Score: +92.76

"If we consider the unblushing promises of reward and the staggering nature of the rewards promised in the Gospels, it would seem that Our Lord Jesus finds our desires not too strong, but too weak. We are half-hearted creatures, fooling about with drink and sex and ambition when infinite joy is offered to us, like an ignorant child who wants to go on making mud pies in a slum because he cannot imagine what is meant by the offer of a holiday at the sea. We are far too easily pleased." C.S. Lewis - God being glorified and God being enjoyed are not separate categories. They relate to each other not like fruits and animals, but like fruits and apples. Apples are one kind of fruit. Enjoying God supremely is one way to glorify Him. Enjoying God makes Him look supremely valuable.

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wannainvestsmart 55.45 7/29/2009 Outperform 5Y $11.78 +309.69% +227.09% +82.59 0 Comment
MagicPalmTree < 20 1/11/2010 Outperform 3Y $13.96 +245.67% +175.23% +70.45 0 Comment
BALAI11 < 20 3/24/2007 Outperform NS $16.14 +198.96% +133.87% +65.09 0 Comment
InDaSkies < 20 8/26/2009 Outperform 5Y $13.09 +268.72% +209.09% +59.62 0 Comment
BicaChica 80.20 3/25/2008 Underperform 5Y $25.74 +87.48% +143.38% +55.90 0 Comment
megalong < 20 2/11/2010 Outperform 5Y $14.39 +235.20% +196.37% +38.83 2 Comments
Bankwatcher1 26.21 10/7/2008 Underperform NS $17.88 +169.79% +207.60% +37.81 0 Comment
boghead 39.30 12/15/2009 Outperform 5Y $15.27 +216.04% +184.16% +31.88 1 Comment
elizabethforman2 59.33 8/31/2007 Underperform NS $24.43 +97.53% +125.07% +27.54 0 Comment
theMovement < 20 7/29/2014 Outperform 3Y $26.17 +84.36% +59.83% +24.53 0 Comment

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