Container Store reported fourth-quarter profit of $15.88 million, or 33 cents a share, from a loss of $399,000, or a penny a share, a year earlier. Revenue rose 8.8% to $253.2 million while comparable store-sales gained 8.5%. Analysts surveyed by FactSet had forecast earnings of 30 cents a share on revenue of $243 million. Expect some analysts upgrades to follow...
Checked the google trends (Custom Closets) and it is uptrending. Last Q they got beaten due to lackluster holiday sales from some of the key marquee name stores. I am sure their focus has been on custom closets since then.
Will take a chance and add (earning is around the corner):
1 - Sign of strength: Ultra high volume on down bar that close in the middle and the next candle is up
2 - Lack of selling pressure (very low volume on down candle)
3 - Long spread candle on high volume that closes near its highs: effort to rise
4 - Sign of weakness: ultra high volume candle that closes off its highs and the next candle is down. There still are...
1) Double bottom formed in Sept on lowest support level of the stock
2) Recent price movement showing higher lows
3) Latest positive candle is a doji at a bottom in the region of a fib time line
4) Predict price will bounce off the next fib timeline to breakout above resistance of $3.91
5) Expect this will follow with a long-term uptrend
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While the exact bottom isn't clearly in yet, some metal companies are trading at incredible discounts to their fundamental valuations. Moly companies have been 'on the outs' since China stopped building. Now that Japan has made it known it is about to go on a massive spending spree could some of that money flow into badly needed infrastructure (ie steel)? And...