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|Subject: Re: Profile of DYII||Date: 8/22/2003 2:33 AM|
|Author: greenledger||Number: 7 of 66|
Sorry, missed something...
This is one of my favorites, strong numbers and a great product/service.
Dynacq International, Inc.. The Group's principal activities are to develop and operate surgical specialty hospitals focusing on certain surgical specialties. Their outpatient surgical centers provide outpatient surgical facilities, contracted X-ray diagnostic services and full service laboratory testing. The corporate and management services segment holds all of the fixed assets of the surgical hospital and the outpatient surgical center segments, provides office space and fee-based management services to physicians, and encompasses all other operations of the Group.
ROE - 31.90
Net Prof. Marg.- 23.50
Debt /Eqiuty - 0.00
5 year rev. Grw. - 48%
PEG - 0.77
08/18/2003 - Fortune Names Dynacq Ninth Fastest Growing Company in America
07/14/2003 - Dynacq Reports 52% Increase in Third Quarter Net Income to $6.3 Million
These guys sound great but check out their history...
Recent mentions about DYII in Fool.com articles
Argosy, Jacobs Engineering, OpenTV
Jan 17, 2002
“But doubts about Dynacq's accounting for a payment to former health services portal Halcyon, which later became WebMD, led some investors to sell off their shares after Herb Greenberg at TheStreet.com's RealMoney.com unit raised concerns about the company and its acute care hospital in Pasadena, Texas, where it manages three physician practices, in an article Wednesday.'
Ciena, Dynacq, Sun Microsystems
Feb 1, 2002
“Dynacq (DYII) plunged nearly 31 percent in late action. Two class-action lawsuits have been filed against Dynacq. One was filed by Milberg Weiss late Thursday, while the other was filed this morning by Cauley Geller Bowman & Coates. Both suits allege Dynacq and certain of its officer misrepresented the company's results and the health of its balance sheet. The suits were filed on behalf of investors who bought Dynacq shares between Nov. 29, 1999, and Jan. 16.”
Adtran, Cleveland-Cliffs, Dynacq
Apr 15, 2002
“Dynacq International (DYII) leapt more than 7 percent after the Houston provider of surgical healthcare services reported second-quarter earnings of $3.5 million, or 24 cents a share, up from its year-ago profit of $2.4 million, or 17 cents a share. Revenue jumped 54 percent in the latest three months to $15 million from $9.8 million in the same period a year earlier. "Despite the pressures and problems created for management by the orchestrated market activity to depress Dynacq's stock price, management did not waver from its mission to provide high quality health care services and increase shareholder value," said Chiu Chan, the company's chairman and CEO, in a press release. "Our performance indicates that the orchestrated decline in Dynacq's share price had no operational validity and our consistent earnings continue to confirm Dynacq's strategy of same-store growth and selective expansion." Dynacq has been hit with a number of shareholder lawsuits in the past few months. It has vowed to "vigorously defend" itself, and denied all allegations.”
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