Good article?? So with DYNT able to access the GPO market for the first time EVER, they will grow 10-15%? Gee, I'd think that a company could do that normally in a recovering economy after being stagnant for 3 years.
Either the guy who wrote the article (and, no, he's not an analyst---he's just an investor) is low balling the numbers or DYNT has real problems with their sales team.
At this point no one knows what revenue increase will occur. It's all a guess till management gives some foresight. At least there should be more callers for the CC call than previously!
One positive about the drop today---at $2 DYNT was priced to perfection for Monday's results (especially since the new contracts were only signed--let alone anything shipped--for just one month. You hate to see a decent report and the stock price drop as a result due to profit taking. With the lower resulting price today, Monday should be a decent day price wise.