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SFP -- Salton Inc.
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Emcee:  James Wright Type:  Unmoderated
Salton previously traded as SALT on NASDAQ before switching to the NYSE.

SFP is one of the best buys I've seen in a long time. It currently is trading at around 30 (I started buying in the teens), with a PE of only 10 despite a 124% historic growth rate. Over the last four quarters, earnings have consistently grown over 200% over the prior year's quarter. Trailing twelve month earnings are 3.01 per share, and future earnings are projected to continue to enjoy rapid growth.

By any reasonable measure, this stock should be trading at 60 or above (based on a trailing PE of 20) rather than 30. The PEG ratio is around 0.10!

Here's some other vital statistics:

EPS rank of 99
RS rank of 98
Group RS of 69
A/D of B
U/D ratio of 1.1.
IBD timeliness rank of A
Float reported as 3.7 million (IBD) and 5.7 (Market Guide)
Funds own 6%, banks 2%, and SFP management 14%

There is only one analyst currently following SFP, and with only 6% funds ownership and a low float there is a lot of room for continued price growth driven by additional coverage and fund buying. Statistics in IBD indicate that SFP is beginning to attract significant institutional investors.

With a PE of only 10, you can't go wrong (I hope!). In fact, if anyone has a stock pick with better stats, please let me know!

-- Jim Wright
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173They worry more on where to take the next dollar from than how to improve their Alfred W. Post-10/6/2005
172Their growth rate crashed, they lost a bunch of money, and their products went oJeff L. Payne-10/22/2004
171Hi, whats wrong with this company? Any idea? I am sitting on it for way tooooo lAlfred W. Post-10/22/2004
170Thanks for the info - keep hitting! FredAlfred W. Post-6/3/2002
169A.W.Post, Sorry for not responding sooner but I think we have a VERY STRONG CAS16bobby-6/1/2002
168I agree this sounds more than fishy. If enough holders will act together we mighAlfred W. Post-5/19/2002
167bobby, SFP was my favorite stock 2-3 years ago as I had bought at 16 and rode itBruce A. Brotnov-5/7/2002
166SFP Market maker(s) ripe for a CLASS ACTION SUIT??? Today, may 7 SFP 3rd Q earn16bobby-5/7/2002
165I held this one from Nov 99 but did sell it a few months ago - although I still Bruce A. Brotnov-6/28/2001
164Unforunatly there is no buy signal in sight and I am sorry I did not sell when tAlfred W. Post-6/28/2001
163James, I finally sold my SFP a month or so ago. It is losing its status as a groBruce A. Brotnov-3/27/2001
162Where have all the Salton fans gone???? It's a compelling fundamental buy ricgw1948-3/26/2001
161Salton to a new buy signal for me from the previous hold.Yogizuna-10/17/2000
160SFP is now trying to hold on to some rising trend-line support on the daily charYogizuna-9/26/2000
159Yes, seasonally speaking, this is a pretty tough period we are currently going tYogizuna-9/19/2000
158Hopefully Nasdaq will recover today and close above 3800, otherwise we will probBruce A. Brotnov-9/18/2000
157SFP to a new buy signal over the weekend for me from no position previously, so Yogizuna-9/18/2000
156Jim, not be buddy, I'm going to out wait you and count on you selling your SBruce A. Brotnov-9/14/2000
155Bruce -- I keep hoping you'll sell so SFP will hit 100. <g> -- JimJames Wright-9/14/2000
154You know, its getting to the point where I should keep quiet about my holdings. James Wright-9/14/2000
153Bruce, On PMRY, I was talking about the nice run it made from the lows..... SFP Yogizuna-9/14/2000
152Yogi, your confused, our PMRY retreated rather than ran, unless you mean ran in Bruce A. Brotnov-9/13/2000
151Jim, what happened to PMRY today. I added more in the am at 28 and came back jusBruce A. Brotnov-9/13/2000
150PMRY sure had a nice run!Yogizuna-9/13/2000
149Ditto. Actually, Bruce, I think I learned of SFP from you and, like you, I'James Wright-9/13/2000
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