|Last Update: 05/24/13 - 4:03 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: 57.19%|
|Previous Close: $29.15|
|52 Week Range: $15.00 - $30.23|
|Oustanding Shares: 272,319,178|
|Market Cap: 7,938,104,039|
|Qtr (04/13)||Qtr (07/13)||FY (04/13)||FY (04/14)|
|Number of Analysts||5||2||5||5|
|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||29.55%||0.00%||29.37%||12.76%|
Until the trend changes, continue to lean long.
Here is how I am picking apart the sectors looking for strong relative performance candidates.
Shares of HRB now seen reaching $27, Oppenheimer said. Quarter fell short of estimates on a fiscal cliff-driven late tax season start. Outperform rating.
HRB was downgraded to Underweight from Equal-weight, Morgan Stanley said. $17 price target. IRS delays and stock run creates unattractive risk reward.
HRB was downgraded from Buy to Neutral, Compass Point said. Valuation call, based on a $19.50 price target.
The R and D abbreviations referring to Republicans and Democrats could easily be reversed.
Those looking for dividend-paying stocks may want to consider STX, HRB and CLF.
Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports for the week of June 25.
These names all look very appealing at current prices. It may be time to pony up.
HRB estimates were reduced through 2013, Morgan Stanley said. Company is spending more on advertising, but seeing lower sales. Equal-weight rating.