(HA - Snapshot Report
) - Snapshot Report
) recently posted a large earnings miss and is a Zacks #5 Rank (Strong Sell).
Hawaiian Holdings is an airline that offers daily service on North America routes between the state of Hawaii and Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Phoenix, Arizona; Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington; and New York City, New York, as well as daily service on its Neighbor Island routes among the four islands of the state of Hawaii.
HA Big Miss
The most recent quarter saw the company miss the Zacks Consensus
Estimate by a large amount. The company reported earnings of
per share while the consensus estimate was calling for
$0.16. That translates to a $0.16 miss or 100%. The stock fell
13% in the session following the release.
Larry Ellison recent bought a competing Hawaiian Airline, and while the multi billionaire has not disclosed any future plans for his latest purchase signals increased competition. It should be noted that Larry owns a large percentage of one of the Hawaiian Islands.
HA Sees Estimates Moving Lower
Estimates for HA have been sinking of late. The
Consensus Estimate for 2012 for HA stood at $1.75 as of
August 2012. The consensus has since moved lower to $1.15. Over
the same time period estimates for 2013 have moved from $2.01 to
A quick look at the chart over the last three months shows the stock in a nose dive from 30,000 feet. The question here is whether or not the plane can make it to the airport or if its going to have to splash land in the ocean. The stock is a Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell)
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