Here’s a look at some stocks moving quickly through investor portfolios in after hours trades:
1) WD-40 Company (NASDAQ:WDFC) stumbling down 2.52% after hours, more than negating gains of just over 2% on the day. The company reported its earnings and sales data for the third quarter this afternoon, with net income, net revenue, and gross margins down YoY. CEO Gary Ridge adds, “While we have seen sales declines in the U.S. in the current fiscal year, we see this as more of a bad weather situation than a change in climate, and we are working hard to address lost product offerings and promotional challenges we have had with certain key customers.”
2) iShares Emerging Markets Index Fund (NYSE:EEM) edging up .08% after hours, building on gains of 1.38% before the closing bell. The stock is trading heavily after hours on a strong day for emerging markets.
3) Tiffany & Co. (NYSE:TIF) also up a bit (.63%) post-closing time in high volume trading. TIF gained 1.99% in open trading today. The stock continues to edge closer to its 52 week high of $84.49, and is up 34% in the past six months and 114% over the last year. Keep your eye on competitors Zale Corporation (NYSE:ZLC) and Blue Nile, Inc. (NASDAQ:NILE).
4) Nokia (NYSE:NOK) investors dumping on the stock (down .13%) after hours, following gains of 3.36% today, due to news that smart phone laggard has cut prices in Europe by up to 15% on some of its leading products.