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VirTra Systems Inc. Message Board

  • vtsioriginal vtsioriginal Jan 8, 2013 5:51 PM Flag

    Good News Today

    Looks like sales were way up for December and the fourth quarter. The news was released after the close after a bad day. I wonder if we'll see a jump up tomorrow.

    I'd love to see them start a dividend or something. It would be nice to see some sort of return since it doesn't seem like the stock moves much anymore but the company is making some money.

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    • Hard to believe this PR and the excellent news wasn't enough to get us back up to 7 or 8 cents by now. At 4.2cents, the market cap is about 6.6mil which is too cheap for a growing company with 12mil in sales and a bottom line (net income) profit in excess of 10% and about zero debt.

      I am also continually baffled as to who owns the 158mil shares. The good news is that there seems to be zero sell the big problem is that there is absolutely zero buying here we sit.

      I will remain patient as long as the company keeps us informed.

    • Nice to see some communication and effort at keeping shareholders and the investment community up to date. Perhaps the release of this PR was even spurred by guilt over such a low market cap? In other words, they might just care a teensy weensy bit about us shareholders....maybe.

      Next I would like to see some insider buys or even a small token share buyback to decrease the number of outstanding shares. They need to continue to show some confidence. A dividend would be a bad idea.....although if they did a one-time 20cents per share I'd take it. Cheers.

    • dividends are ok but I am sure we would rather see an upward move in stock price .

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