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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Polypore's 2011 Points to Promise

Polypore International (NYSE: PPO  ) , a Charlotte, N.C.-based filter technology specialist, makes parts for use in batteries that help run things such as tablets, smartphones, and electric-drive vehicles (EDVs). To the savvy investor, 2011 may very well have become a turning point for growth in this company. During the first half of the year, investors seemed to be on board, but that optimism later turned sour. Here's why.
Early 2011
Polypore started things out strong with back-to-back earnings announcements that smashed expectations. Though management never gave specific outlooks, it repeatedly cited increased demand for the company's products as reason to view the future optimistically.
During the first half of the year, that was music to investors' ears.
Polypore International Stock Chart by YCharts
Late 2011
But then in August, things started to head south. Even though the company recorded an eye-popping 85% increase year over year, investors didn't like what they heard moving forward.
To Fool contributor Neha Chamaria, that reaction seemed silly. The main reason the company told investors to temper their short-term outlook was a good one: IT would be spending money to expand its capacity to meet customer demand.
With battery companies such as Exide Technologies (Nasdaq: XIDE  ) and EnerSys (NYSE: ENS  ) demanding more of what Polypore has to offer, the company has no choice but to spend the money to expand if it wants to meet demand. And if EDVs ever take off from the likes of Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA  ) or even Ford (NYSE: F&nb sp; ) , the future could prove even more lucrative for Polypore and make this buildout look even more prescient.
So even though the company finished 2011 on a down note, I believe Polypore could have a bright future.
Polypore International Stock Chart by YCharts
2012 and beyond
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Monday, January 2, 2012

5 of Last Week's Biggest Winners in 2012

What's better than momentum? Mo' momentum.
Let's take a closer look at five of this past week's biggest scorchers.
Dec. 30 Weekly Gain My Watchlist
Parlux Fragrances (Nasdaq: PARL  ) $5.10 47% Add
MoSys (Nasdaq: MOSY  ) $4.20 38% Add
Endeavor (NYSE: END  ) $8.69 36% Add
RAM Energy (Nasdaq: RAM  ) $3.13 27% Add
Arctic Cat (Nasdaq: ACAT  ) $22.55 19% Add
Source: Barron's.
Parlux was last week's biggest gainer, soaring when Perfumania agreed to buy out the rival fragrance company now that CEO Ilia Lekach has stepped down. Parlux investors will receive $4 in cash and 0.2 shares of Perfurmania for every share of Parlux that they currently own.
An analyst reiterated his "speculative buy" rating on MoSys after the memory specialist raised money by selling off dozens of its patents.
Investors cheered Endeavor's endeavor as the energy company is acquiring ConocoPhillips' interest in a few Central North Sea oil fields in a $330 million transaction that will boost its profile.
RAM Energy Resources continues to tack on gains after a recapitalization announced the week b! efore. T he sale of oil and natural gas acreage, as well as a $550 million stake acquired by an industry veteran, have combined to give the company brighter prospects.
Finally we have Arctic Cat proving that it's one cool cat. The maker of snowmobiles and ATVs announced that it will buy back the 33% stake in the company owned by Suzuki Motor at a healthy discount.
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NVDA: Raymond James Sees In-Line Q3; GPU Fears Overdone

Hans Mosesman of Raymond James this afternoon reiterates an Outperform rating on shares of chip maker Nvidia (NVDA) writing that the company will probably meet Street expectations for Q3 revenue of $1.062 billion and earnings per share of 26 cents when it reports results this Thursday, after the bell.
Mosesmann thinks some investors are making too much of the prospect that Nvidia’s graphics processing unit (GPU) sales may have been hurt last quarter by competition from Intel (INTC) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). Both UBS��s Uche Orji and Needham & Co.��s Rajvindra Gill warned on Thursday that the Nvidia could be losing GPU share, and that Nvidia’s “Tegra” processor for phones and tablets could disappoint.
Unlike the conventional wisdom indicating that Nvidia lost meaningful share this quarter, we believe that overall losses were modest in 3Q11 [...] Some Street observers may be confusing overall graphics share moves as a proxy for Nvidia dynamics and even though the company is effectively out of the “integrated” graphics markets over the past year and the trend for netbooks to use “graphics” (counted as a graphics “unit” in some industry research) also skews the numbers.
As for Tegra, Mosesman concedes a build-up of inventory of the parts could be a problem, given that OmniVision (OVTI), the maker of cell-phone camera sensors, today pre-announced weak Q3 results, and a weak Q4 outlook, and given chip maker Atmel’s (ATML) dismal remarks last Tuesday regarding the tablet market.
Still, me also thinks the stock’s underperformance its 5% rise this year trails the Nasdaq Composite Index — doesn’t make sense given what has been “a beat and raise April quarter, an in-line performance in ! July, an d an above consensus outlook for FY13.”
Nvidia shares today fell 8 cents, or half a percent, to $14.74.