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Ahead of the ER: Sportsman Warehouse Holdings Inc.

Sportsman Warehouse Holdings Inc. (SPWH) is set to release earnings this Thursday, August 17 at the close of trading. Investors appear to be pricing in a disappointing earnings release (ER) as Dick’s Sportings Goods (DKS) reported earnings below analyst expectations.

As an investor you should always be concerned when peer competitors report disappointing earnings. But is this loss in shareholder value justified for Sportsman Warehouse Inc.? This would be my second time reviewing SPWH since early March when the shares continued trading lower to $4.00 before rallying over $6.00/share in early June.

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Aimia Shares Enter Over Sold Territory

Shares of Aimia (AIM-T) traded as low as $1.49/share before closing at $1.53 on Wednesday. Air Canada (AC-T) released an announcement in mid May which stated they will be creating their own loyalty program and dropping the current partnership with Aeroplan rewards beginning in the year 2020. The Aeroplan program is owned and operated by Aimia. The decision for Air Canada to drop the Aeroplan rewards program has led to significant investor panic resulting in the shares plunging from over $9.00 to current levels not seen before.

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Sportsman Warehouse Inc. an Opportunity?

Sportsman Warehouse Holdings Inc. (SPWH) has declined more than 67% from a 52-week high of $14.18. Today the company trades at $4.64/share and has a market cap of $196.0 million. The continued negative trend in the stock price is beginning to create opportunities for value investors. Let’s take a closer look at this company.

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Amazon: Evaluation too High?

Amazon is set to report earnings February 2, 2017 which may mark Amazon’s best quarterly performance to date. But investors should be cautious buying into the companies already high evaluation. Over the last 36 months the stock has climbed from around $400.00 to over $800.00 per share, effectively doubling the market cap which currently sits at $383 billion. The shares closed Friday at $808.33.

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Where Will NYX Gaming Go From Here?

Heading into Q3 2016 earnings I was expecting to see positive movement from NYX Gaming (ticker NYX.VN on the TSX Venture Exchange). Everything was looking good until the company released Q3 earnings November 15 which saw the stock pull back nearly 30% over the next few trading days and hitting a new 52 week low at $1.12. Since reaching new lows only a few weeks ago the company has recovered and now trades at $1.44. But many investors may be wondering where will NYX Gaming go from here?

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Bullish on Martinrea International

Martinrea International caters to the automobile manufacturing segment and is involved in developing fluid systems and metal forming. During the past 52 weeks the stock has traded as low as $6.70 and as high as $11.19. The company currently trades at $7.50 and value investors may be looking at an opportunity to add to their position.

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Empire Company a Good Value Play

Shares of Empire Company (EMP.A-TO) have traded as high as $27.34 and as low as $16.90 over the past 52 weeks. Today the shares trade at $18.47 which is near a 5 year low for the stock. At current prices the stock may be in oversold position and value investors could start accumulating.

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