It’s down to instinct and then instinct supported with intuition. TGS will not go out of business. It will have as historical evidence its predictable highs and lows.
It was during the stock market crash a few years ago most companies sank to all time lows. For those with any cash on hand there were exceptional buying opportunities. One stock that hit bottom was LVS Los Vegas Sands. It was trading down from $80 range to around $1. By instinct and by intuitive support I was willing to buy a truck full knowing it would make an eventual correction. However all the pundits on the stock market channels, articles on the stock market sites – in every media comment it was screamed out ‘Do Not Buy’ . In print it was lettered in bold, large, red ‘Do Not Buy!’
Not one writer, not one commenter made a buy recommendation. Six months after LVS's low it went to around $20 per share. Then shortly after that it went to $55ish per share. I regret being influenced by the experts, the pundits, the writers, the message boards. Had I listened to gut instinct I would have made an exceptional profit.
It feels that way with TGS. There is no real world information to make an intellectual decision; however, instinct prevails. I will now add another large chunk of a company that is trading at a low and will make that inevitable turn upside giving the shareholders a nice profit.