That's a good question, wh00. I have been trying to figure it out too. I am hoping it means they are spinning off IP and Austin will be their new headquarters. That company's stock would trade at $1.25-$2.00 and provide a base for our investment, no matter how low ALU goes. But my question remains, if the Austin report means something good, why don't they tell us? Why would they allow the shares to get killed unless they believe that's all they are worth?
I know what you do; but I find it interesting that someone posted (today or yesterday) about an email reply from someone else at ALU. his response was similar to the one I received from ben -- "I can't comment".
companies that are negotiating mergers, for instance, are advised by their attorneys to stick with the 'no comment' policy.