Rogers (ROG) Is Now Technology Strong Buy As Textura (TXTR), Calamp (CAMP), Chyron (CHYR)

Rogers Corp. (ROG) mentioned David Mathieson has been appointed the company’s new Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer. He replaces Dennis Loughran, who is leaving Rogers today. Mathieson has over and above than 27 years of leadership experience in a variety of companies from smaller entrepreneurial organizations to multi-billion dollar, multi-national publicly traded companies. Rogers Corporation (NYSE:ROG), Diversified Electronics company, slashed -0.36% in last trading session and ended the day on $64.30. The stock is trading -4.46% below its 52-week high and 42.35% above its 52-week low. Company’s forward price to earnings ratio is 16.97x with102.60% EPS growth and 16.30% Sales growth quarter over quarter. ROG’s year to date performance is 4.55%. Analysts rate it a ‘Buy’ stock.

Textura Corp. (TXTR), a provider of collaboration solutions for the construction industry, noted Milender White Construction Co., a general contractor based in Colorado which equips construction management services, is using Textura-Construction Payment Management to streamline the billing process and make it further efficient for the growing company. Textura-CPM electronically integrates all construction payment management processes, involving billing, lien waiver collection, progress claims, statutory declarations, sub-tier waivers, compliance management and payments into an easy-to-use workflow. Textura Corporation (NYSE:TXTR), Application Software company, thrived 0.88% in last regular trading to $22.98. The stock is priced with the difference of -24.04% 200-day simple moving average and 17.72% 50-day moving average. Company has 24.88 million shares outstanding with $571.74 million market capitalization. Textura Corporation has -$3.53 EPS currently and sees 92.50% growth this year and 160.50% next year. TXTR’s yearly performance is -0.09%. Analysts rate it a ‘Buy’ stock.

CalAmp Corp. (CAMP) has been trading in a range by reason of the open Monday, but has slid sharply in the last few minutes on swung volume. Share are now down 1.12 at $29.38. CalAmp has been pulling back from the highs of the year for the past 2 sessions and has set a week and a half low. CalAmp Corp. (NASDAQ:CAMP), Wireless Communications company, crashed -1.08% in last trading session and ended the day on $20.20. The stock is trading -42.04% below its 52-week high and 53.73% above its 52-week low. CAMP has 26.21x price to cash flow ratio with 5.00% profit margin. Its beta value stands at 1.77 times. The firm has the market capitalization of $725.99 million. CAMP showed -34.52% quarterly performance. Investment experts consider it a ‘Buy’ stock.

ChyronHego Corp. (CHYR) noted that its net loss for the first quarter of 2014 widened to $3.2 million or $0.10 per share, from $0.9 million or $0.05 per share, in the first quarter of 2013. Excluding the mark to market expense of $2.6 million from revaluation of the contingent earn-out shares related to the Hego merger, the Company would have reported net loss of $0.7 million for the first quarter of 2014 correlated to a net loss of $0.9 million for the first quarter of 2013. Revenues for the first quarter of 2014 swung 57% to $12.6 million as compared to $8.0 million in the first quarter of 2013. Chyron Corporation (NASDAQ:CHYR), Application Software company, crashed -3.37% in last regular trading to $1.72. The stock is priced with the difference of -22.36% 200-day simple moving average and -23.90% 50-day moving average. In valuation, Chyron Corporation maintained 2.65x price to book and 1.17x price to sales ratio. Company also recorded 0.00x debt over equity financial leverage. CHYR showed -8.02% weekly performance. Investment experts consider it a ‘Buy’ stock.

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