Analysts are expecting the company to announce a profit of 2 cents a share on revenue of about $1 Billion. In 2014, the company has shifted focus away from some traditional metrics and some transparency that investors used to have is either gone or so new that a good assessment is still challenging.
The equity has seen its stock gap down over the holiday weekend and slide into the $3.30’s. Investors have had a frustrating year with the equity and certainly the street will be paying close attention to exactly how the company intends to continue growth. Stay Tuned!