Valuation analysis for SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK)

Stock Traders Daily has covered its short position in SanDisk.

According to the rules that define the Stock of the Week Strategy (details) offered by Stock Traders Daily, SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK)  and was selected as a short this week using a combination of market based analysis and correlation tools designed to select stocks that were likely to move with the market as the market moved. 

Arguably, haphazard conditions existed all week given the earnings results that transpired, with apple as the most influential catalyst to SanDisk thus far.  In addition, the pains offered on CNBC by Jim Cramer added to the downward pressure in SanDisk on Thursday.

However, the selection of SanDisk had nothing to do with earnings expectations from apple, anticipated negative feedback by Jim Cramer, but instead they were based on a combination of fundamental and technical factors that suggested that SanDisk would move with the market as the market fell this past week.  The market did exactly that, and Stock Traders Daily has secured gains from that short position already.

Below is a raw valuation analysis of SanDisk:

Sandisk SNDK Yearly EPS growth

SanDisk SNDK Quarterly EPS Growth

SanDisk SNDK PEG Ratio

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