Late last week, it reported fiscal fourth quarter EPS in line with the average Street estimate and revenues that topped the average analyst view. The firm then guided Q1 and Q2 EPS expectations higher, looking for 21 cents (Q1) and 24 cents (Q2) versus Street consensus values of 21 cents (Q1) and 22 cents (Q2). The news helped the stock to hold at the bottom of a two month positive trading channel. The price is now beginning rise from that base. suggesting the potential for further upside.