The late great comedian Rodney Dangerfield was known for his stand-up comedy routines with the catchphrase “I don’t get no respect!”. I was especially fond of his appearance in the comedy movie classic Back to School. Rodney plays a wealthy father who supports his son by going back to college with him. My favorite scene (foul language warning) includes a cameo appearance by famous author Kurt Vonnegut. Rodney is assigned to write an essay on Vonnegut and cheats by hiring the author himself. Unfortunately, Vonnegut’s essay on himself receives a failing grade.
No matter what Rodney Dangerfield does, he just gets no respect. Some stocks seem to receive the same treatment. National Holdings (NHLD) is a profitable, growing and debt free microcap company. Despite these strong fundamentals, NHLD trades for roughly balance sheet cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities. I would call it a Rodney Dangerfield stock. This article will explore some possible reasons for this lack of respect. I will also discuss some factors that could earn NHLD more respect and a higher valuation. Readers are invited to use the comments section to suggest other Rodney Dangerfield stocks.
Hot High Tech Stocks For 2019: H&R Block, Inc.(HRB)
- [By Chris Lange]
The stock posting the largest daily percentage gain in the S&P 500 ahead of the close Wednesday was H&R Block, Inc. (NYSE: HRB) which jumped nearly 15% to $23.94. The gain was due to the companys most recent earnings report. The stocks 52-week range is $19.18 to $28.61. Volume was about 17.22 million, well above the daily average of around 2.91 million shares.
- [By Danny Vena]
H&R Block, Inc. (NYSE:HRB) is hoping to change all that. This year, it’s partnering with IBM’s (NYSE:IBM) Watson to bring the capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) to tax return preparation. This would seem a natural fit for theJeopardy!-winning supercomputer.
- [By Trey Thoelcke]
H&R Block Inc.s (NYSE: HRB) latest quarterly earnings report is expected after Tuesday’s close. The consensus estimates call for a net loss of $0.62 in per share and $129.07 million in revenue. Shares closed trading most recently at $29.71, in a 52-week range of $19.85 to $31.80. The consensus price target is $27.67.
Hot High Tech Stocks For 2019: LCA-Vision Inc.(LCAV)
- [By Lisa Levin]
Medical Practitioners: This industry jumped 2.82% by 10:15 am. The top performer in this industry was LCA-Vision (NASDAQ: LCAV), which rose 2.9%. LCA-Vision’s trailing-twelve-month revenue is $91.12 million.
Hot High Tech Stocks For 2019: Lifeway Foods, Inc.(LWAY)
- [By Peter Graham]
A long term performance chart for Dean Foods Co shows a positive but not spectacular long term return as small cap Lifeway Foods, Inc (NASDAQ: LWAY) has been more volatile and non-dairy desert stock Tofutti Brands Inc (NYSEMKT: TOF) has given a moderately positive performance:
- [By Jim Robertson]
Last Friday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggested shorting small capdairy health food product stock Lifeway Foods, Inc (NASDAQ: LWAY):
Hot High Tech Stocks For 2019: ResMed Inc.(RMD)
- [By STOCKPICKR]
Medical equipment maker ResMed (RMD) is another name that’s starting to look “toppy” after a bullish start to the year. RMD has more or less kept pace with the S&P 500 in 2014, climbing just over 11% from January to today — but shares started forming a long-term triple-top over the summer, and that setup is getting close to completion this fall.
It’s worth noting that long-term price setups come with equally long term trading implications when they trigger.
The triple-top that RMD is showing is a fairly rare pattern, but the trigger is pretty perfunctory: if shares break down below support at $48, then sellers are in control, and it’s time to unload them. Downside isn’t a foregone conclusion in ResMed, but this setup only gets invalidated if shares can close above their prior highs at $54.
Hot High Tech Stocks For 2019: Oceaneering International, Inc.(OII)
- [By Lisa Levin]
On Friday, energy shares surged by 2.60 percent. Top gainers in the sector included Oceaneering International (NYSE: OII), Willbros Group Inc (NYSE: WG), and Cobalt International Energy, Inc. (NYSE: CIE).
- [By Monica Gerson]
Oceaneering International (NYSE: OII) is projected to post its quarterly earnings at $0.35 per share on revenue of $641.85 million.
Tennant Company (NYSE: TNC) is estimated to report its quarterly earnings at $0.25 per share on revenue of $180.93 million.