May 02nd 2012 - Edison Investment Research today published a report on Magix entitled "Waiting For The Magic". In summary, the report says:
A slippage in the timing of product launches from Q2 to Q3, exacerbated by weak consumer confidence led to a 23% drop in revenues during H112 (ending 31 March) to €14.8m and a sharp fall in the share price. There are indications that management’s diversification strategy is working, although the launch delays mean that this is not now expected to deliver revenue growth until FY13. Magix has high levels of operational gearing and offers high-margin products, so only a small revenue increase is required for the shares to look substantially undervalued.
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