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Monday, January 26, 2009

Why LZR could make a second move higher

By my estimates LZR could report 100%+ Net Income growth this quarter and could be #1 on IBD 100 with 99 99 rating. It is currently #1 on IBD stocks under $10.

Last quarter LZR reported $741,810 Net Income that included $188,000 of non-recurring expenses = $929,810

This coming quarter will include a full quarter of their latest acquisition's results.

The comparable they are up against this quarter for net income is $460,000 and they have made bullish comments about the business in the last press release

Even if they only had moderate sequential growth this quarter they would have 100%+ Net Income growth this quarter (was 72% last quarter)

IBD EPS rating is currently 98....if they have near 100% EPS growth it should go to 99 (They could currently make the list right now as it is right now with 98)

The Company has an extremely low float of 1.6m which I believe has been shorted after the initial move from my call at $5.40 to $10.15 Read Blog Entry

The Company has a business model that actually is growing in a recessionary environment.

``In the near term,'' Haber added, ``we also expect a growing number of hospitals to shift their focus to equipment rental opportunities
as they limit capital expenditures in this difficult economic environment.''

``Emergent Group achieved record third quarter sales as we simultaneously closed and began integrating the PSS acquisition into our
PRI Medical Technologies subsidiary, a strategic move highly important to our future growth and expansion,'' said Chairman and CEO
Bruce J. Haber.

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2 comments:

islandminister said...

Hey Superman- are you still posting on this blog? If not, is there another site where your watchlist can be found? Thanks!

Superman said...

yes I still post here and at thelion.com

Thanks!

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