Bannerman Resources (T.BAN, StockForum) spent 2013 preserving cash and fast tracking commitments for development at Etango and September quarterly results show cash reserves down 18% to $3.1 million from last quarter, however cost cutting measures have yielded a 22% reduction in operating cash flow since last quarter and an almost 68% reduction from last fiscal cycle.
FirstService (T.FSV, StockForum) proudly announces strong third quarter earnings with an increase of 9% in revenue to $608.3 million and 8.5% up for the year at $1.6+ billion. Adjusted EBITDA was up 11% to $55.4 million and adjusted EPS climbed 22% to $1.12 as FirstService completes their re-branding.
Canadian Pacific Railway (T.CP, StockForum) celebrates record third quarter adjusted net income of $321 million – a 48% increase. Total revenue for the transportation giant climbed 6% to $1.5 billion and according to company execs, this quarterly performance is an all-time record. Free cash for the first nine months totaled $318 million, a whopping 1514% increase from 2012's free cash of $21 million.
ESI Entertainment Systems (C.ESY, StockForum) revealed their second quarter 2014 results with revenues up 11% for both the quarter and the six month lead up. Quarterly gross profit was down 5%, but up 24% in the last six months. The company continues to struggle with an almost $5 million shareholder deficit.
Eastern Company (NYSE:EML, StockForum) reports third quarter results with an 14% decrease in sales from $39.6 million last quarter. Net income performed even worse, coming below last year's figures by 19% at $1.8 million or $0.29 per diluted share. Year-to-date earnings for the last nine months were also down by 28% from $6.9 million or $1.11 per diluted share.
United Bancorp (UBCP, StockForum) came forward with third quarter results to report a 3.6% increase in net income for the first nine months of $2,013,000 compared to 2012. Quarterly net income was up over 100% from last quarter with $1,079,000. Diluted earnings per share went from $0.39 for first nine months 2012 to $0.41 for 2013.
Rimini Street, top independent enterprise software support provider, is running hot with lucrative relationships providing support for SAP AG (NYSE:SAP, StockForum) and Oracle (NYSE:ORCL, StockForum) long list of business suites. Quarterly results ending September 30, show $15.8 million in recognized revenue, a full 40% increase from last year. Also deferred revenue jumped to $46.5 million as the company signed over 30 new global clients.
Quebec-based construction products fabricator, Canam Group (T.CAM, StockForum) released third quarter performance results noting the company had experienced a 35% jump in net income from last year's quarterly total of $6.5 million. Canam also reported consolidated sales for 2013 third quarter were $285 million compared to last year's figure of $226.9 million – a rise of roughly 30%. With back-logged orders totaling $636 million, Marc Dutil, Canam president and CEO, is confident about the company and the market, “Both the volume and quality of the orders constitute encouraging signs. Our backlog reflects the gradual improvement seen in the heavy structural steel market.”
Agnico Eagle Mines (T.AEM, StockForum) opened up their books to report 2013 third quarter results with quarterly net income hitting $47.3 million. Financial results for the quarter are due to strong operational performance at the company's mines, leading to record gold production during the quarter. However, the big picture isn't as rosy, with the net income first nine months of 2013 falling some 480% from last year's nine month net income of $228.1 million.
Hammond Power Solutions (T.HPS.A, StockForum) reports third quarter results with quarterly sales ending on September 28, the company brought in 9.9% less than last year. This is attributed to a slowdown in OEM order booking and sales activity. Even though US sales were also down 7.5%, Bill Hammond, Hammond chairman and CEO, was optimistic, “During a time of economic uncertainty, HPS continues to deliver respectable cash generation through prudent cost containment and margin retention. This is happening despite a significant slowdown in the North American mining and capital construction markets as well as sizable investments to expand our business globally. We are confident that our financial strength, core competencies and long term strategies of market diversification will not only help us weather the current economic instability but also position HPS to accelerate our growth when the global recovery begins.”
Mullen Group (T.MTL, StockForum) was pleased to announce third quarter results with record numbers. Quarterly generated consolidated revenue was $374 million which was an increase of 11.5% over 2012's totals. Mullen's oilfield services segment is viewed as the cause of this quarter increased figures. Operating income also climbed 21.9% to $85.8 million. For the first nine months, Mullen experienced a 1.1% drop in consolidated revenue, reasoning the drop as a result of revenue reduction from Canadian Dewatering.
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