Monthly Archives: July 2012

Level 3 Communications Low Growth Rate: Did The Market Overreact?

Level 3 Communications (LVLT) announced second quarter 2012 results on July 25 reporting anemic top line revenue growth resulting in a sell-off. The stock closed down $1.98 or 9.7%. Was the sell-off warranted? We’ll look at reported revenue then calculate … Continue reading

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Is Telular A Worthy Candidate For Dividend Income Investors?

To answer this question we need to determine if the dividend is safe in the long run. Telular’s (WRLS) yield (at the time of this writing) is running close to 5%. The yield is attractive for those interested in generating … Continue reading

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Terrafugia: A Roadable Aircraft

We usually write about publicly held companies but there has been a private startup company that has caught our attention. What if you could drive your car over to the local airport, sprout wings and fly to another airport, stow the wings then drive (as a car) to your destination. Sounds like the future, right? There is a company named Terrafugia taking orders for this product today. The aircraft/car is called “The Transition”. How’s it work? Continue reading

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GameStops Price And Dividend: Opportunity Or Value Trap?

GameStop Corp. (GME), headquartered in Grapevine, Texas, is the world’s largest multichannel video game retailer. GameStop’s retail network includes 6,627 company-operated stores in 17 countries worldwide and online at . The network also includes: , a leading browser-based … Continue reading

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