It is late in the evening and I am just getting to the site. Haven't found much all day except our Lannett (LCI) on the AMEX made the list...but we have already posted THAT pick.
This is a different one....TransMontaigne...sounded like a French company, but it is American and based in Colorado. TMG, according to CNN.Money, "provides transportation, terminaling, storage, supply, distribution, gathering, processing and marketing services to the petroleum industry."
TMG had a great day, closing at $6.48 up $.97 or 17.60% on the day. The p/e is a steep 110.20, the market cap is a small $263.5 Million.
On May 14, 2003, TMG reported results for the third fiscal quarter ending March 31, 2003: Revenue increased from $1.3 billion in March, 2002, to $2.3 billion in March, 2003. Net earnings increased from $.20/share in 2002 to $.69/share in 2003.
Morningstar.com shows steady growth from $.5 billion in 1996 to $1.2 billion in 1997, $2.3 billion in 1998, $3.04 billion in 1999, $5.07 billion in 2000, and $5.17 billion for the 'trailing twelve months.' Extrapolating from the present quarter we have a revenue rate of about $9.2 billion in 2003.
Free cash flow has improved from a negative $206 million in 1999 to a positive $208 million in 2000. No further years are reported on Morningstar.
Assets and liabilities show a significant amount of debt with $36.2 million in cash and $343.4 million other current assets vs. $238.7 million in current liabilities with $378.4 million in long term debt.
This is a different kind of stock than we usually find and it deserves your consideration. I do not own any shares of this issue! Good luck Tuesday investing!