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Brooks Automation...Dark Horse.
An SI Board Since March 1996
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Emcee:  capitalistbeatnik Type:  Unmoderated
Battered down to 11, this company is trading at a ridiculously low PE in an out of favor sector. This company is growing like crazy, EPS last year .92 while growth nearly doubled, no bad news, continued overseas business, declining debt....an annual report that makes me salivate more than Playboy.

Disclaimer...I own BRKS stock. (I would like to start a trend in this section by which each participant openly declares his involvement in the stock in the company. There are way too many shorters and industry analysts exaggerating the bad news and too many owners exaggerating the good news.)
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79 This is a dead thread, the other one is the one to use. This one came to like Carl R.-5/8/1997
78 Carl, who is BRKS's new competitor?jfurber-5/6/1997
77 Did I say I like them? 8^) They have, or should I say had, a near monopoly onCarl R.-5/6/1997
76 Carl, I looked at BRKS financials....they seen to be running very low per the bdavesd-5/6/1997
75 Test Post-please ignoreCarl R.-5/4/1997
74 thank you carl---- see you on the other threadWill Lyons-3/17/1997
73 You have the wrong BRKS thread. This one is no longer active. The other one iCarl R.-3/16/1997
72 I find it difficult to understand why this thread seems to have been abandoned Will Lyons-3/15/1997
71 Max, Thank you very much for the elaboration. JimJim Tao-6/7/1996
70 Jim, PE is of course price to earnings. ROE is return on equity; that is, net yMax Vasquez-6/7/1996
69 Thanks for news about BRKS and Argus. Let's see how Brooks holds up today (MRO0054-6/7/1996
68 James, That is good news. I received an earnings estimate report from First CalJakeStraw-6/7/1996
67 James, What is "PE below latest ROE"? Thanks JimJim Tao-6/6/1996
66 James, Do you know where I can get a list of these 32 stocks??? I did not wanolduser-6/6/1996
65 BRKS made ARGUS STOCK SCREEN! This is a list of 32 high value stocks screened capitalistbeatnik-6/6/1996
64 LRCX down but BRKS holding steady. This disconnection is an important bullish capitalistbeatnik-6/5/1996
63 I love trading BRKS (and TYGN). The stocks are fundamentally very cheap (not muMRO0054-6/3/1996
62 Ian, Check out the Asyst thread. Howard has given a good analysis of the situaMRO0054-6/3/1996
61 Hello, this is very close (if not identical) to what I posted in the Asyst threMax Vasquez-6/3/1996
60 Max, It came from my version of the Personal Journal in the WSJ interactiveIan@SI-6/3/1996
59 Hi Max-- I thought Bruce Rhine (who left) was the president and COO, but not tHB-6/3/1996
58 Hi Ian, where did you read this? I could not find it in WSJ interactive. If iMax Vasquez-6/3/1996
57 Alan, According to an article in the WSJ, ASYT's woes are related to a lacIan@SI-6/3/1996
56 Keep talking, James, I put in my buy order at 14 so I am praying for a small diAlan Gallaspy-6/3/1996
55 Jim, It would be reassuring (I hope!) to hear the company's response. AlMRO0054-6/2/1996
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