7/7/2015  7:17:35 PM Chg. +0.16 Volume Bid7:17:35 PM Ask7:17:35 PM Market Capitalization Dividend Y. P/E Ratio
30.73USD +0.51% 8.53 mill.
Turnover: 234.67 mill.
30.72Bid Size: 9,900 30.73Ask Size: 2,900 55.56 bill.USD 2.00% 11.49
4:18 PM Seeking Alpha 3D Systems: When Will The Carnage End?

Seeing 3D Systems (DDD) plunge to a new multi year low at the start of trading on Thursday had me wondering when the carnage in the stock would end. One can quickly see from the below chart that once a stock loses momentum it is very tough to regain. Of course, the issue with 3D Systems is two pronged. The stock went through a period of extreme valuation and now the company is going through a period of struggling to produce expected results. The importance for investors is to separate the two scenarios. The stock value can always be dealt with, but the key is always whet...

3:55 PM Seeking Alpha Datalink: Undervalued Data Storage Company Might Be A Worthwhile Risk

Data solutions provider Datalink (DTLK) has seen shares drop 35.5% YTD, including a sharp May sell off following a disappointing Q1 which missed estimates. DTLK data by YCharts At just over $8 per share, though, we believe DTLK is cheap and could provide a speculative buying opportunity to investors, albeit not a conviction buying opportunity due to risks concerning future revenue streams. DTLK is trading at a one year forward 8.25x P/E multiple, and analysts are forecasting 25.90% year over year earnings growth for the company. This yields a one year forward PEG of ...

1:32 PM Seeking Alpha Today's Market: Teva Is A Committed Buyer, But Is Hewlett-Packard?

International markets are recovering a bit from Greece's decision to try and continue to negotiate better terms for a bailout, but central banks are still focusing on what the latest from Europe means for their economies, currencies and debt markets. Australia held rates steady overnight but made it quite clear that they are interested in a cheaper Australian dollar, which means that they will either continue to ease via interest rates, engage in quantitative easing, or hold everything steady as others tighten. With only the United States looking to tighten at this point i...

7/2 Seeking Alpha The Dow Divergence Is A Good Thing

So far this year the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA) is down 1.15%, while the S&P (SPY) is up .2% and the NASDAQ (NDAQ) is up a solid 5.3%. This "Dow Divergence" has been going on for some time. Go back five years and the NASDAQ is up 124%, the Dow just 74%. Take it back 10 years and the NASDAQ is up 143%, the DOW up just 71%. This includes the Great Recession. About the only way to make this comparison work in the Dow's favor is to take things back to the dot bomb, at the turn of the century, which over the course of two years cut the NASDAQ from a high o...

7/2 Seeking Alpha Wall Street Breakfast: All Eyes On Jobs

Economy U.S. job growth likely cooled a bit in June after reaching a five month high, but still healthy hiring could suggest the labor market is strong enough to support an earlier Fed rate hike. Economists estimate that non farm payrolls rose 230,000 last month after May's 280,000 jump, the largest gain since December. The unemployment rate is seen dropping one tenth of a percentage point to 5.4%, not far from the 5.0% 5.2% range most Fed officials consider consistent with full employment. Chinese stocks fell again today in another highly volatile session desp...