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Interesting Stocks To Watch - Nov. 9: JJSF, UBNT, MFLX, FLTX, IGT, ZIP, LGF...

What makes these stocks interesting?

J & J Snack Foods Corp. (JJSF) Q4 Profit Tops View

- Q4 net income was $19.54 mln or $1.03/Shr versus $15.98 mln or $0.85/Shr last year. Consensus - $0.98/Shr.

- Q4 sales rose 10% to $242.22 mln from $219.38 mln last year. Consensus - $230.94 mln.

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Alexander & Baldwin Inc. (ALEX) Q3 Profit Rises

- Q3 net income was $13.4 mln or $0.31/Shr, up from $4.4 mln or $0.10/Shr a year ago.

- Q3 adj. net income was $13.8 mln or $0.32/Shr. Consensus - $0.14/Shr.

- Q3 revenue grew to $92.9 mln from $61.9 mln last year. Consensus - $75.38 mln.

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Ubiquiti Networks Inc. (UBNT) Turns To Profit In Q1; Issues Q2 Outlook

- Projects Q2 GAAP EPS in the range of $0.18 - $0.21

- Expects Q2 non-GAAP EPS in the range of $0.17 - $0.20. Consensus - $0.17/Shr.

- Expects Q2 revenues of $70 mln - $78 mln. Consensus - $69.12 mln.

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Multi-Fineline Electronix Inc. (MFLX) Issues Q1 Revenue Guidance

- Projects Q1 net sales to be between $260 mln and $280 mln. Consensus - $270.77 mln.

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Fleetmatics Group Ltd. (FLTX) Sees Q4, FY12 Results Above Consensus

- Projects Q4 non-GAAP EPS in the range of $0.17 - $0.18. Consensus - $0.12/Shr.

- Expects Q4 revenue in the range of $34.2 mln - $34.7 mln. Consensus - $31.33 mln.

- Sees FY12 non-GAAP EPS in the range of $0.58 - $0.59. Consensus - $0.47/Shr.

- Expects FY12 revenue in the range of $125.8 mln - $126.3 mln. Consensus - $122.06 mln.

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International Game Technology (IGT) Q4 Profit Rises; Guides FY13 Adj. EPS Above Consensus

- Expects FY13 adj. EPS from cont. ops. in the range of $1.20 - $1.30. Consensus - $1.14/Shr.

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Key Technology Inc. (KTEC) Swings To Profit In Q4

- Q4 net income was $1.2 mln or $0.22/Shr versus loss $1.1 mln or $0.21 last year.

- Q4 net sales improved to $27.3 mln from $26.5 mln last year.

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Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. (LGF) Turns To Profit In Q2

- Q2 net income was $75.53 mln or $0.53 versus loss $25.31 mln or $0.19 last year. Consensus - $0.12/Shr.

- Q2 revenues rose 97% to $706.97 mln from $358.08 mln last year. Consensus - $623.32 mln.

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Zipcar Inc. (ZIP) Issues Q4, FY12 Guidance

- Sees Q4 GAAP net income in the range of breakeven - $3.0 mln.

- Expects Q4 revenue in the range of $67 mln - $71 mln. Consensus - $69.30 mln.

- Projects FY12 GAAP net income in the range of $1.0 mln - $4.0 mln.

- Expects FY12 revenue in the range of $275 mln - $279 mln. Consensus - $274.63 mln.

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Franklin Covey Co. (FC) Q4 Profit Rises

- Q4 EPS rose to $0.18 from $0.16 last year.

- Q4 net income was $3.4 mln versus $3.0 mln last year.

- Q4 sales increased 13% to $51.0 mln from $45.0 mln a year ago.

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Emerald Oil Inc. (EOX) Q3 Profit Up On Higher Revenues

- Q3 EPS was $0.20 versus $0.01 last year.

- Q3 net income was $1.99 mln versus $55K last year.

- Q3 revenues rose to $5.47 mln from $2.87 mln last year.

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Lifevantage Corp. (LFVN) Reiterates FY13 Guidance

- Still sees FY13 EPS in the range of $0.18 - $0.20.

- Continues to project FY13 operating income in the range of $34.5 mln - $38.2 mln.

- Backs FY13 revenue target of $250 mln - $260 mln.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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