It's a challenge to sell - even with the recent appreciation of SF. The chart says hold but we all know what regression analysis is based on.
I always felt this was a $ 20 stock but as you say, it's so closely held and thinly traded that the street just doesn't see it. Perhaps SF needs a Chicago or NY PR house!
I'm staying the course - as I've held SF in my portfolio for clsoe to 3 years now and I'm finally above water. I think they have a good business plan, good leadership, and the insiders continue to hold and buy - plus the charts.
Here's to hoping the qtrly figures are as good as I'm hearing (from the cheap seats but at least I'm hearing something).
Now back to that glass of Chardonnay and Wall Street Week.