This post was just published on ZYX Buy Change Alert.
Micron (MU) is long from $21.77. It is trading at $46.03 as of this writing. MU makes DRAM and NAND memory chips. It is one of the cheapest stocks trading at a P/E of about 4.
Gross margins on NAND memory chips may have already peaked. There are indications that gross margins on DRAM may also be peaking. If it turns out to be true, then the earnings estimates on Wall Street are too high. This has happened before. In the last cycle, when Wall Street earnings estimates started coming down, this stock was hit really bad.
As we write this post, MU is changing its bullish tune at admitting that NAND price did decline. MU is presenting at a Citigroup ( C) conference.
For the time being, the buy zone remains suspended, the ‘Buy Now’ rating for those following the ‘Good Way’ is ‘NO.’ The target zone is also being suspended until more information is known.
MU CFO has just said that at the present price level, buying MU stock is a good value. MU has a major stock buyback plan in place. This should provide a floor for the stock.
What To Do Now
At this time, it is a matter of personal preference. Due to the huge stock buyback, for tracking purposes the stock will continue to be held. The other reason to continue to hold the stock is that the sentiment can easily turn positive. If the sentiment turns positive, without any significant change in fundamentals, the stock can easily run to the high $50s.
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