The 52-Week Low Club (May 18, 2007)

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Despite day after day of the "New DJIA High" headlines some companies keep going the opposite direction and put in new 52-week lows.  This little piggy went to market…..

Atherogenics (AGIX)…. Keeps drifting lower. $140 million implied cash on the books, but negative liquidity with the debt.  Maybe it’s easier to be in the parachute business.

CalAmp (CAMP).. Customer issues hurting earnings results, and shareholders.

Gaming Partners (GPIC)… Not all casino suppliers are doing well, even if the company customers are.

Healthcare Realty (HR)… This is and was surprising.  Now you have to wonder if that 8% divdend is going to be real.

JDS Uniphase (JDSU)… Dark fiber, is it 2000 all over again?

JAPAN SMALLER CAP FUND (JOF)… this was surprising, even though we usually leave funds off the list.

Shoe Pavilion (SHOE)… must have Digger selling the shoes or it must be smelly feet.

Sonic Solutions (SNIC).. lower revenues, a Roth downgrade, and breaking the sound barrier the way the test pilots did before Chuck Yeager made it.

Jon C. Ogg
May 18, 2007

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