Pro-Dex: Are Stories Of Its Death Greatly Exaggerated?
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Pro-Dex, Inc., with operations in Irvine, California and Beaverton, Oregon, designs and produces powered surgical and dental instruments and motion control products used in the medical, factory automation and scientific research industries.
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- Pro-Dex (PDEX +16.9%) shares spike after SA Pro's Valuable Insights lays out the bull case (under embargo until 11:15am ET tomorrow) for the name, arguing in part that, "recent results understate baseline normalized earnings. On the basis of current baseline normalized earnings, shares are significantly undervalued."
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- Pro-Dex (PDEX +15.5%) flies as SA Pro's Whopper Investments digs up another "net-net." The stock has struggled amid management missteps and the loss of a major customer, but activist investors have succeeded in ousting management and the board. Since these outsiders became insiders, they've been buying even more.
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Thursday, Jan 102013, 5:50 PMSurgical tools-maker Pro-Dex (PDEX) reports a fiscal Q2 net loss of $0.11 a share, $0.02 wider than its year-ago net loss. Sales declined 25% to $3M. Shares are unchanged in after-hours trading, as the stock takes a breather following a +13.9% move during the regular session. (PR) |Thursday, Jan 102013, 5:50 PM| Comment!
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Wednesday, Sep 52012, 1:41 PMPro-Dex (PDEX -4.8%) takes a hit after reporting an FQ4 loss of -$0.14 per share, versus a gain of $0.31 per share in the same year-ago period. Sales for the period decreased 46% to $3.7M. The company attributes the decrease in sales and the resulting net losses to a reduction in purchases of it's medical device products by its largest customer. |Wednesday, Sep 52012, 1:41 PM| Comment!
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