SCSS has been disappointing, and the stock has gone nowhere, ever since the cowardly management removed advertising from Rush Limbaugh (who created a firestorm by criticizing Sandra Fluke.) As long as SCSS ignores a large section of potential customers, SCSS will underperform its potential.
As an indicator of where SCSS should be, a year ago one major broker predicted a share price of $40.
SCSS revenue is flat YoY. Meanwhile while TX revenue increased 70% YoY and MFRM increased revenue 20% in the first 9 months of their Fiscal year. So SCSS is losing market share. Not good. SCSS is still looking to find its niche - it hired its third CMO in three years (anybody remembers Werner Timothy or Michael Bills?). SCSS has a strong balance sheet. I think investing at this stage is speculative. But then again, sometimes money is made speculating. Good luck to all.
I agree with you re:management. The CEO is way over her head. Her approach to managing is throwing stuff on the wall and see what sticks. She just fired the CFO and CMO - these are people she picked. Too bad the board does not get rid of Shelly.