Earnings Preview : Ceradyne, Inc. (NASDAQ: CRDN)
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CERADYNE, INC.(NASDAQ:CRDN) is scheduled to report earnings on Tuesday (2/23/2010) with analyst looking for $0.31

CERADYNE, INC. develops, manufactures and markets advanced technical ceramic products and components for industrial, defense, consumer and microwave applications. In many high performance plications, products made of advanced technical ceramics meet specifications that similar products made of metals or plastics cannot achieve. Advanced technical ceramics can withstand extremely high temperatures, combine hardness with light weight, are highly resistant to corrosion and wear, and have excellent electrical insulation capability and other special electronic properties.

Fundamental Report :

  • Recently one or more analyst upgraded the stock. Positive
  • The company recorded sales growth in last quarter . Positive

Performance Report :
  • The stock is gaining momentum as compare to its peers : Positive
  • The stock is gaining momentum as compare to its industry : Positive

Technical Report :
  • The stock is trading between support and resistance : Neutral.
  • The moving average is steadily improving : Very Positive.
  • MACD points to bullish movement : Positive.
  • ADX points to uptrending movement : Positive.
  • The Bollinger Bands are very narrow : Neutral.
  • The RSI shows bearish movement : Very Negative.
  • The Slow Stochastic signal downward movement : Very Negative.
  • The average volume is rising confirming the trend.

Key Ratios :

  • P/E Ratio: 17.740
  • PEG Ratio: 2.960

Earnings Performance :

  • EPS Growth in Last Quarter: 550.00 %
  • EPS Growth in Last Year: -73.20 %
  • Sales Growth in Last Quarter: 13.32 %
  • Sales Growth in Last Year: -35.64 %

Earnings Estimates

  • Current Estimates: $0.31
  • Number of Estimates: 10
  • High Estimate: $0.37
  • Low Estimate: $0.27
  • Last Year EPS: $0.87
  • Percentage Growth: -64.00 %


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