John Leonard, CFA
Special situations, micro-cap, contrarian, CFA

The Market Has Quickly Forgotten The Recent Positive News For Pulse Electronics

Company Overview

Pulse Electronics (NYSE:PULS) supplies electronic components to manufacturers in the wireless/wireline communications, power management, military/aerospace and automotive industries. PULS operates through three segments:

  • The network segment manufactures passive components used to regulate electronic signals in local area and wide area networks.
  • The power segment manufactures products that ensure proper current/voltage, limit voltage distortion, sense and report current/voltage and cause mechanical movement.
  • The wireless segment manufactures products used in the transmission of wireless communication signals in handsets, automobiles and wireless-to-wireline access points.

The market has a bad case of selective amnesia

Last month PULS jumped ~42% over two days after announcing a convertible note exchange* and preferred stock conversion by its controlling shareholder. Regarding the former, PULS ...

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