Will First Bancorp (FBP), Real Goods Solar, Inc. (RGSE), and Quiksilver, Inc. (ZQK) Prove To Be Savvy Investment Options?
New York, NY – GDP INSIDER – 12/09/2014.
This article discusses three companies: First Bancorp (NYSE:FBP), Real Goods Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:RGSE), and Quiksilver, Inc. (NYSE:ZQK)
First Bancorp (NYSE:FBP) has traded within a range of $4.36 to $6.27 over the past 52 weeks, yet finished yesterday’s trading at a closing price of $5.82 after a 6.4% increase in value. Simply put, the company appears to be on the rise. First Bancorp also had a high trading volume of 1.56 million, which is 0.8 million higher than its three month average volume of 0.76 million. The company had a bid price of $4.78 x 100 and an offer price of $5.99 x 1,500 on Dec. 8th, 2014.
Real Goods Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:RGSE) finished yesterday’s trading at a closing price of $0.57 after a 13.47% loss of nine cents. This figure represents a new 52 week low for the company that has a one-year high of $5.65. The loss may have come in response to the company’s announcement that it had sold its retail and catalog business. Real Goods Solar has an earnings per share (TTM) of $–1.00 and a beta of 0.36.
Quiksilver, Inc. (NYSE:ZQK) will be releasing its next earnings report on Dec. 11th, 2014. The company could use a strong report considering the fact that the stock has an earnings per share (TTM) of $–2.53. Quiksilver Inc. has traded within a range of $1.40 to $9.00 over the past 52 weeks, yet the stock finished yesterday’s trading at a closing price of $1.76 after a 4.35% loss of eight cents.
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