I can say honestly and succinctly after reading messages from this board for over a year, that I have never ever taken anything useful away from it. Thousands of messages and not one has ever shed any light on ACAS other than what we know from their public statements. No inside knowledge other than: "it went up today because shorts are covering" "and because I told you it would" "it went down today because the shorts are in control" same s... different day everyday!
In some circles, trading on actual inside information would not be regarded as legal, so it's hard to see why you would expect to find any. :)
I have found two sorts of things to be particularly useful.
First, the insights and interpretations attached to the facts are often useful. The reader can decide which of the contradictory interpretations of the facts seem the most plausible and well thought out.
(If EVERYTHING is obvious to you from the company-released documents, then congrats, but most of us can use help mulling things over.)
Additionally, every so often the latest news brings a large number of new participants who are planning to buy or to sell enthusiastically, but based on misconceptions.
At the very least, this helps to explain the large short-term movements that often occur in this stock, and sometimes even suggests profitable ways to play the short-term movements.
Certainly, company fundamentals (that the company chooses to publicize), together with good guesswork about how the economy, the lenders, and the laws are going to play out, may be the only factors that will affect long-term performance.
If that's all you care about, then, yes, you can afford to ignore all the ideas, opinions, and questions that market participants have in the mean time.
And what's the definition of insanity? "Doning the same things over and over again expecting a different result".
At least your are persistent .... good lunk. One day you will find something useful so keep checking.