See a detailed analysis of CECO.
GuruFocus performed a thorough financial and performance checkup on CECO and discovered two severe warning signs: The company has a Piotroski F-Score of 2, which usually implies poor business operations, and its operating margin has been in a five-year decline. Good signs for CECO are that the company has enough cash to cover its debt; the CECO price ($2.66) is close to its 10-year low of $2.65. The company’s P/B ratio (0.29) is close to its 10-year low of 0.27, and the P/S (0.1) is also close to its 10-year low of 0.1.
Compare CECO and its competitors here.
As of Dec. 31, 2012, Blum Capital Partners held 10 stocks with a total value of $6.2 billion. The company's portfolio shows a large real estate sector weighting of 48.5%. Blum achieved among the highest average return over 12 months in 2012, at 55.2%, according to the GuruFocus Score Board of Gurus.
Here’s the latest summary of Blum’s top buys, top sells and top holdings.
GuruFocus "Real Time Picks" reports the stock purchases and sales that Gurus have made within the prior 2 weeks. The report time lag can be as short as 2 days after the date of the transaction. This feature is for Premium Members only. If you are not a Premium Member, we invite you for a 7-day Free Trial.