>> You are not playing with the odds in your favor.
Actually, you ARE playing with the odds in your favor. Some people just don't know that...because they haven't done their homework.
It amazes me, the ability for the Street to IGNORE relevant public information to valuing a company. Few greater invalidations exits, of the useless "efficient market theory" than the valuation of EMMS last month. Not because there have not been more drastic examples of undervaluation (there have been)...but because of the significant amount of public information that was available to red flag that undervaluation.