Analysis and Taylor Devices, Inc. (TAYD) Earnings Review

Wall Street await Taylor Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:TAYD) to release earnings on April, 12. The stock increased 0.46% or $0.07 on April 8, hitting $14.98. Taylor Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:TAYD) has risen 10.35% since September 2, 2015 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 5.28% the S&P500.

The institutional sentiment decreased to 0.75 in 2015 Q3. Its down 1.25, from 2 in 2015Q2. The ratio dived, as 1 funds sold all Taylor Devices, Inc. shares owned while 3 reduced positions. 2 funds bought stakes while 1 increased positions. They now own 191,781 shares or 17.12% less from 231,389 shares in 2015Q2.

Elkhorn Partners Limited Partnership holds 0.23% of its portfolio in Taylor Devices, Inc. for 29,380 shares. Janney Montgomery Scott Llc owns 54,550 shares or 0.02% of their US portfolio. Moreover, American International Group Inc has 0% invested in the company for 176 shares. The North Carolina-based Bank Of America Corp De has invested 0% in the stock. Blackrock Institutional Trust Company N.A., a California-based fund reported 1,824 shares.

Taylor Devices, Inc. is engaged in the design, development, manufacture and marketing of shock absorption, rate control and energy storage devices for use in various types of machinery, equipment and structures. The company has a market cap of $50.96 million. The Firm makes and sells a single group of similar products that have a range of applications for customers, which include Seismic Dampers, Fluidicshoks, Crane and Industrial Buffers, Self-Adjusting Shock Absorbers, Liquid Die Springs and Vibration Dampers. It has 15.94 P/E ratio. Fluidicshoks are small, extremely compact shock absorbers with up to 19,200 inch-pound capacities, produced in around 15 standard sizes for primary use in the defense, aerospace and commercial industry.

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