If I told you about a stock that paid a 4% dividend, had $3.50 per share in cash with no debt and traded at a p/e of 7, would you say crazily priced growth stock or under priced value stock? You'd say value stock. And that's the story about Nam Tai today at $15 a share. Though Nam Tai has moved dramatically, the increase is sales is twice as dramatic. This stock is still a deep value play. Gap will fill? It didn't fill at $6 on it's way to $10, and I don't think it will fill here. Technical stuff like that is nonsense when you're talking about a huge growth story.