November 22, 2016 - By Dolores Ford · 0 Comments
Electro Sensors Inc (NASDAQ:ELSE) institutional sentiment decreased to 1 in Q2 2016. Its down -3.00, from 4 in 2016Q1. The ratio dropped, as 4 funds increased or opened new positions, while 1 sold and reduced their stakes in Electro Sensors Inc. The funds in our partner’s database now own: 185,456 shares, up from 61,619 shares in 2016Q1. Also, the number of funds holding Electro Sensors Inc in their top 10 positions was flat from 0 to 0 for the same number . Sold All: 1 Reduced: 0 Increased: 2 New Position: 2.
Electro-Sensors, Inc. is engaged in manufacturing and selling industrial production monitoring and process control systems. The company has a market cap of $11.89 million. The Firm makes and sells monitoring systems that measure actual machine production and operation rates, as well as systems that regulate the speed of related machines in production processes. It has a 62.04 P/E ratio. The Company’s divisions include Production Monitoring and Investments.
It is down 6.99% since April 20, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 2.44% the S&P500.
According to Zacks Investment Research, “Electro-Sensors, Inc. is engaged in three distinct business lines: the manufacture and distribution of industrial production monitoring and process control systems through its Controls Division, the manufacture and distribution of small gas torches and related accessories through its Microflame, Inc. subsidiary, and the development and distribution of PC-based software for both automated survey processing and hand printed character recognition through its AutoData Systems division.”
Blackrock Fund Advisors holds 0% of its portfolio in Electro-Sensors, Inc. for 222 shares. Renaissance Technologies Llc owns 62,100 shares or 0% of their US portfolio. Moreover, Susquehanna International Group Llp has 0% invested in the company for 14,130 shares. The New York-based Tower Research Capital Llc (Trc) has invested 0% in the stock. Us Bancorp De, a Minnesota-based fund reported 15,000 shares.#img1#
Electro-Sensors, Inc., incorporated on July 23, 1968, is engaged in manufacturing and selling industrial production monitoring and process control systems. The Firm makes and sells monitoring systems that measure actual machine production and operation rates, as well as systems that regulate the speed of related machines in production processes. The Firm operates through two divisions: Production Monitoring and Investments. The Production Monitoring division makes and markets production monitoring equipment, in particular speed monitoring and motor control systems for industrial machinery. The Firm markets its products to various industries located throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, Europe and Asia. The speed monitoring systems compare revolutions per minute or speed against acceptable rates as determined by a customer. The speed monitoring systems also include a line of products that measure production counts or rates, such as parts, gallons, or board feet.
More notable recent Electro-Sensors, Inc. (NASDAQ:ELSE) news were published by: Prnewswire.com which released: “Electro-Sensors, Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2016 Financial Results” on November 10, 2016, also Prnewswire.com with their article: “Electro-Sensors, Inc. Acquires Wireless Hazard Monitoring Product Line From …” published on February 18, 2014, Seekingalpha.com published: “Electro-Sensors – Poor Cash Flow Generation And Volatile Results Offset …” on November 19, 2016. More interesting news about Electro-Sensors, Inc. (NASDAQ:ELSE) were released by: Qz.com and their article: “Apple and other US companies haven’t done enough to keep conflict minerals out …” published on April 24, 2015 as well as Bizjournals.com‘s news article titled: “Ranked: Minnesota’s best- and worst-performing public companies” with publication date: July 24, 2015.
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By Dolores Ford