At some point investors are going to tire of waiting for a recovery at Hurco (NASDAQ:HURC) and they are going to move on to other names leveraged to industrial markets in Europe and the U.S.. I'm not at that point yet. While I do have concerns that Hurco is losing share to Asian rivals in both Europe and North America, I believe the discrepancies still have more to do with Hurco's focus on short-run systems and smaller customers.
The machine tool market is highly cyclical and tied to global manufacturing activity, but there is still scope for Hurco to gain share with its product development and marketing efforts. These shares have basically no coverage on the Street and...
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