Yesterday’s After-Hours Movers (May 9, 2007)

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Stock Tickers: MDRX, CSCO, CCRT, ERTS, LMIA, PAL, PZZA, FACE, SIRI, SONS, TRLG, DIS

Allscripst Healthcare Solutions (MDRX) is trading down over 6% to$25.25 after eraffirming targets after earnings.  Its shares are stillup 70% in 18 months, so reaffirming may not be enough.

Cisco Systems (CSCO) trading down 5.5% to $26.75 after estimates and guidance failed on a "wow-factor" like in prior quarters.

CompuCredit (CCRT) is getting shelled 8% in after-hours to $35.00after posting a loss in the quarter.  It still sees $4.00 or higher EPSfor 2007, but you have to trust them, and their customers are the"undesireables" compared to most financial institutions.

Electronic Arts (ERTS) trading down close to 3% at $51.50 after nextquarter guidance is not up to snuff.  The full year for fiscalMarch-2008 looks ahead, but you have to trust they will deliver in thesame two quarters that Halo 3 and Grand Theft Auto releases will becoming.

LMI Aerospace (LMIA) fell 9% on thin volume after posting lower earnings.

North American Palladium (PAL) rose 9% to $11.11 after Cramer toutedit as a stealthy way to speculate on a nickel play with 22% of itsrevenues coming from nickel.

Papa John’s International (PZZA) traded up 2.2% to $32.50 inafter-hours. Earnings wer elower than last year but guidance had beenbrought in enough that they were able to raise their outlook.

Physicians Formula (FACE) fell nearly 10% after beating guidance but guiding lower for the coming quarter.

Sirius Satellite Radio (SIRI) traded up 1.7% after Cramer noted itin the lightning round as a positive if the governemnt will approve themerger.

Sonus Networks (SONS) traded up 5.7% in normal trading and went upanother 2% in after-hours to $7.95.  Revenues looked a bit light, sothis one is worth a look.

True Religion Apparel (TRLG) traded up almost 4% to $16.27 afterclosing up 3.5% in normal trading.  The company did reiterate 20% salesgrowth for 2007 and put EPS at $1.24 to $1.27 for 2007.

Walt Disney (DIS) fell 2% after meeting expectations, but that’safter trading up almost 1.4% in regular trading.  Shares were close torecent highs.

Jon C. Ogg
May 9, 2007

Jon Ogg can be reached at jonogg@247wallst.com; he does not own securities in any of the companies he covers.