CS views TXTR as well positioned to generate revenue growth of 50% over the next few years.... that's why the stock was going up before the short sellers started bashing it and trying to scare everyone. Their $50 target is based on an average DCF valuation and relative comparable multiples to its peers (17.3x C2014E EV/Sales vs. 5.6x for peers), which reflects the company's large TAM, high degree of visibility, and high sustained growth rate.
People making unfounded statements of fraud should be put in jail NOT the CEO.
Do you remember HERBALIFE doing the same thing one year ago? A shorter said that Herbalife was a pyramid scheme and the stock plummeted to $26. After the shorter made his money and nothing became of it, the stock went back up within a week and more, today HLF is at $79.
Your positive stance is well understood and you are not alone. Laugh with me at these dopes. They believe that the retail traders here are sheep and they are the money shepherds
Funny if not pathetic.