VOXX Doesn't Knock Traders' Socks Off

As earnings season starts to heat up, we got our first glimpse yesterday of results from the nether regions of the markets, when off-and-on net/net (stock trading below net current asset value) VOXX International (VOXX) revealed its first-quarter results. The stock had been on a nice little run, up 23% the past three months, but gave a chunk of that back in early trading Wednesday as investors appear to be displeased with Q1 results.

VOXX reported revenue of $100.8 million for the quarter, down 12% year over year, and a loss of four cents per share. Unfortunately (or fortunately, at least in my view), there was no consensus estimate for VOXX for the quarter; there is just one analyst who sometimes covers the name. That leaves quarterly success or failure squarely in the eyes of the investor, a situation that I sometimes prefer. With little analyst or media coverage, there is opportunity to discover compelling information that others may not see. That intel can get you to the party early, if there is one, and of course, if you are correct in your assumptions....227 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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