DXP Enterprises Inc.
(DXPE - Snapshot Report
) recently reported second quarter results which saw sales rise 6.6% over the year ago period. DXPE has a price-to-sales ratio of just 0.4.
DXP Enterprises distributes pumps, bearings, seals, hoses, fluid power, electrical and industrial supplies.
DXP Enterprises Surprised By 17.7% in the Second Quarter
On July 22, DXP Enterprises reported its second quarter results which beat the Zacks Consensus by 3 cents. Earnings per share were 31 cents.
Net sales rose 15.9% to $167.3 million in the quarter but that included the acquisition of Quadna which was acquired on Apr 1. Excluding the acquisition, sales rose 6.6%.
Sales also increased sequentially, up 13.8%, or, excluding Quadna, up 4.7%.
Zacks Consensus Estimates Rise
In the last 30 days, the 2010 and 2011 Zacks Consensus Estimates have risen by a penny. The 2010 Zacks Consensus is $1.24 per share. That is earnings growth of 55.3%.
1 estimate has moved higher in that time for 2011. The 2011 Zacks Consensus calls for $1.63, or earnings growth of 31.4%.
DXP Enterprises is scheduled to report third quarter results on Nov 9.
Value Fundamentals Still There
With its high growth rates, DXP Enterprises has a super value PEG ratio of just 0.5, which is way lower than its industry at 1.2.
Its forward P/E is 14.8, while not that cheap, is still under the industry average of 15.9. The company also has a price-to-book ratio of 2.4, which is well within the value parameters.
DXP Enterprises is now a Zacks #2 Rank (buy) stock.
Read the June 24, 2010 article.
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