Friday, February 3, 2012

Zagg Inc crossed 52 Week High Price - NASDAQ:ZAGG

Zagg Inc (NASDAQ:ZAGG) achieved its new 52 week high price of $16.00 where it was opened at $15.96 down -0.44 points or -2.79% by closing at $15.32. ZAGG transacted shares during the day were over 3.18 million shares however it has an average volume of 2.90 million shares.
ZAGG has a market capitalization $374.99 million and an enterprise value at $388.16 million. Trailing twelve months price to sales ratio of the stock was 3.98 while price to book ratio in most recent quarter was 10.65. In profitability ratios, net profit margin in past twelve months appeared at 13.23% whereas operating profit margin for the same period at 21.69%.
The company made a return on asset of 33.33% in past twelve months and return on equity of 47.24% for similar period. In the period of trailing 12 months it generated revenue amounted to $94.34 million gaining $4.08 revenue per share. Its year over year, quarterly growth of revenue was 207.40% holding 318.50% quarterly earnings growth.
According to preceding quarter balance sheet results, the company had $1.77 million cash in hand making cash per share at 0.07. The total of $4.16 million debt was there putting a total debt to equity ratio 11.10. Moreover its current ratio according to same quarter results was 2.37 and book value per share was 1.44.
Looking at the trading information, the stock price history displayed that its S&P500 52 Week Change illustrated 22.45% where the stock current price exhibited up beat from its 50 day moving average price $12.83 and remained above from its 200 Day Moving Average price $9.67.
ZAGG holds 24.48 million outstanding shares with 13.20 million floating shares where insider possessed 36.60% and institutions kept 38.00%.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Wealth Manager Announces Advisory Board to Choose 50 Top Women in Wealth

sister publication of Investment Advisor led by Editor-In-Chief Kate McBride, has named an advisory board of distinguished women who will select the 50 Top Women in Wealth Management for 2010, a list that honors the most influential women in wealth management today. The third annual list will be announced in May concurrently with the release of's findings from its current annual Top Women in Wealth Management Survey, which is running through March 26 and is limited to women actively participating in wealth management,

The Top Women in Wealth Advisory Board includes:

From the wealth management partner community:

l Gail Graham, executive vice president, Fidelity Institutional

l Kim Wright-Violich, president of Schwab Charitable

From the wealth management and RIA community:

l Sheryl Garrett, founder of the Garrett Planning Network, Inc.

l Deena Katz, associate professor at Texas Tech University, and partner at Evensky & Katz

From the financial services community:

l Jennifer Connelly, founder and CEO of JCPR, Inc., a financial services public relations firm.

l Mindy Diamond, CEO and president, Diamond Consultants, a financial services recruiting firm.

From Summit Business Media's Advisor Group editorial staff:

l Melanie Waddell, Washington bureau chief at Investment Advisor.

l Janet Levaux, managing and Web editor at Research.

l Kate McBride, editor in chief of

Candidates for the Top 50 Women in Wealth can be nominated by sending a brief note that lists the candidate's name, contact information, the reasons why they should be considered, and a short biography, no later than March 15th, to

Clients and firms realize that women have a great deal to offer as wealth managers, said McBride, pointing out that many large firms have women running their wealth management businesses. Moreover, she cites a recent Northern Trust study which found that women control 51% of the personal wealth in the United States to argue that the continuing rise of women's financial influence will no doubt be matched by the growing importance of women to manage that wealth.