Ballantyne Strong (BTN) is a supplier and servicer of movie theaters and provider of industrial and architectural lighting. Recently the company has been going through a transition as the movie industry moves from the old 35 mm film to digital. The period has been a bit difficult, but with the most recent earnings report, it looks like the firm has returned to profitability after showing a small loss in Q3 2012. For all of 2012:
"Ballantyne generated $169.1 million of revenue, $5.5 million in net income and EPS of $0.39 for the full year."
Apply a conservative 10 P/E to that number and with the stock trading at $4.01 at the time of this writing, BTN...
Only subscribers can access this article, which is part of the PRO research library covering 3,573 different stocks.
Growing numbers of fund managers and other investment professionals subscribe to Seeking Alpha PRO for equity research that is unavailable elsewhere, so they can: