Large-cap stocks have lagged small-caps for a long time, but is the tide changing?
Do these three fallen angels deserve a second chance? You be the judge!
Pending Wolfson investor approval, Cirrus Logic will acquire the Edinburgh-based multinational for a value of approximately $467 million.
Agilysys is attractive given its strong growth prospects, fortress-like balance sheet, and its growing high-margin recurring revenue stream.
The Container Store stands out among a series of hot IPOs in recent months.
On Nov. 14th, Cirrus Logic's CFO, Thurman Case, presented at Goldman Sachs' inaugural small-/mid-cap growth conference, conveying his company's business case in a clear and convincing manner.
Potbelly beat expectations in its first quarterly earnings release since its IPO; however, the numbers still don't make Potbelly's rise to become the "next Chipotle" or "next Panera Bread" a certainty.
Rosetta Stone's third-quarter results outside the U.S. were dramatically lower than expected, but the company is not alone; software companies ranging from Activision Blizzard to Symantec have reported weak international results in the most recent quarter.
As the dust settles on the Super Supplements acquisition, Vitamin Shoppe is poised to compete with companies ranging from GNC Holdings to Amazon.com for market share in the growing nutritional supplement business.
The low valuation overcompensates for the deterioration in the core paging business and ignores the high free cash flow, shareholder-friendly management, and effective response to the challenging environment.