Yesterday, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Dynasil (DYSL) and Direct Insite (DIRI), both of which gained more than 10 percent for the day.
Over the past few days, DYSL has traded near its 52-week low. Today, however, the stock rose 14% on heavy volume.
DYSL reported its 1Q 2016 results on February 11. Revenues and earnings rose considerably, but the stock fell. This is a company to watch and consider adding to your portfolio, especially near the stock’s 52-week low. If costs continue to decline and revenues continue to rise, shareholders will be rewarded.
In the February 2016 newsletter, DYSL was in Category 3 with No Rating and negative earnings. However, that should all change with the most recent earnings report. The latest Bowser Rating will be in the upcoming Weekly Update.
DIRI rose on some good volume today. Again, this company is subject to volatility in both directions due to its low share price and low number of shares traded.
The after market 8-K confirmed that the previously announced departure of one of the company’s clients will take place despite DIRI’s efforts to negotiate. That will likely cause a negative reaction tomorrow.
DIRI is in Category 2 with a Bowser Rating of 8. However, only add this stock to your portfolio if you can tolerate the day-to-day volatility and possibility of a poor earnings report after the customer’s contract is up (February 23, 2016)–if DIRI can’t replace the contract in a timely manner.
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