|6/4/13||Industry Spotlight: EdgeConneX’s Doug Wiest on Small Cells (Telecom Ramblings)|
As the wireless industry continues to prepare for the future deluge of data traffic in an era of smartphones and video, the subject of small cells has been coming up frequently as an important potential piece of the puzzle. But beyond the fact that they're cells and they're small, most of the talk about them [...]
|9/19/12||Today's Leading Industry (Samurai Trader)|
Here are the industries with 80% or more of their stocks advancing today. Here are the industries with 15% or more of their stocks making new highs. Recreational vehicles is a very strong group, although only 6 stocks. There are several here that are potential market leaders: WGO, ACAT, PII, and DW are currently the strongest. I don't know why this group has been so strong, but it doesn't matter why, it just is.
|11/1/10||Drew Industries Down 9.3% On Earnings Miss (DW) (Benzinga)|
Shares of Drew Industries Incorporated (NYSE: DW) are trading down 9.3% at $19.10 per share during the Monday afternoon trading session. The day's trading range for shares of Drew Industries Incorporated has been between $19.05 and $20.57 per share. Analysts covering the company's stock give it a consensus price target of $26.33 per share. Volume of 156,000 shares is well above the daily average volume of 108,000 shares. Drew Industries Incorporated (DW) announced on Monday morning that...
|10/5/10||Top 4 Stocks In The Recreational Vehicles Industry With The Highest Operating Margin (PII, HOG, D... (Benzinga)|
Below are the top recreational vehicles stocks on the NYSE and the NASDAQ in terms of operating margin. The trailing-twelve-month operating margin at Polaris Industries Inc (NYSE: PII) is 11.12%. PII's ROE over the same period is 61.90%. The trailing-twelve-month operating margin at Harley-Davidson Inc (NYSE: HOG) is 10.62%. HOG's quarterly earnings soared 260.30% y/y. The trailing-twelve-month operating margin at Drew Industries Inc (NYSE: DW) is 9.74%. DW's quarterly earnings surged...
|12/25/09||Stuck With Sukuks (Skeptical CPA)|
"The debt crisis in Dubai is about to test one of the fastest-growing areas in banking, Islamic finance, and put the city-state's opaque judicial system on trial, according to bankers and experts in finance. Many loans and bonds that comply with Shariah, or Islamic law, were issued in recent years by Dubai World [DW], the investment arm of Dubai, and other Persian Gulf companies as oil-rich Middle East nations increased spending, and the global credit crisis fed-debt investments in emerging...