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3 Stocks That Could Make Huge Moves
Fuel Cell (Nasdaq: FCEL)
Why Are Investors So Negative? Fuel Cell has been unable to turn a profit and has continually relied on dilutive offerings to keep the company afloat. The company’s fuel cell energy still trades at a premium to natural gas, wind, and other renewable energy sources.
Here’s What to Really Watch Wall Street Expectations Currently, 16% of available shares are being shorted. Analysts estimate revenue will come in at $44.7 million. Analysts estimate that earnings per share will come in at a loss of $0.04. What to really watch Management has talked about becoming profitable for a long time, but that hasn’t happened. Look for actual evidence that increased sales could eventually lead to profitability.
Amabarella (Nasdaq: AMBA)
Why Are Investors So Negative? The popularity of wearable cameras for adventure enthusiasts may be waning. The stock was up 200% in 2013. Shares trade for 24 times earnings, which isn’t bad, but earnings are only expected to increase by 3% in the coming year.
Here’s What to Really Watch Wall Street Expectations Currently, 16% of available shares are being shorted. Analysts estimate the company will report revenue of $40 million. Analysts estimate earnings per share will come in at $0.21 per share. What to Really Watch These possible applications of AMBA’s technology stretch far and wide. Keep an eye on the long-term trends here. Listen in for progress on Google’s Helpouts deal. Pay attention to the strength of the automotive and security segments
Vera Bradley (Nasdaq: VRA)
Why Are Investors So Negative? Comparable store sales were down 10.2% during the latest holiday quarter. Overall, Vera Bradley saw revenue dip 1%, and net income fall 15% during 2013.
Here’s What to Really Watch Wall Street Expectations Currently, 48% of available shares are being shorted. Analysts expect Vera Bradley to report revenue of $118 million. The company is expected to report earnings per share of $0.13. What to Really Watch Pay attention to gross margins, which fell by 500 basis points last quarter. Unlike other fashion companies, Vera Bradley does lots of business outside the holiday quarter, too. Results are important, but guidance will let you know how things are faring right now for the company.
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