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  • o08o.ugh64w o08o.ugh64w Nov 29, 2012 11:23 AM Flag

    Look like this company is primed for a serious stock buy back or being bought out

    Though a nice thought, I think the higher probability is continued/strong growth over the next 12 to 18 months. The stock can easily go back to $20 or $30 because EPS will jump as a result of the lower share count caused by the reverse split. I saw this exact same thing happen with Titanium Metals (TIE). A number of years ago, they also had to do a 1 for 10 reverse split. Then, slowly, over the next 3 years earnings came back, EPS grew and they split the stock four times the right way totalling 40 for 1. They did just agree to a buyout, but it's come years after their big troubles and the reverse split.

    There is no need for a buyout at this time - they wouldn't get a good valuation. Better to accumulate shares while they're cheap, then hold tight and let the company perform. I'd much rather see 10 or 20 for 1 on my shares over a couple years before a double in a couple months.

    That's just me, I'm in no hurry.

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    • Very smart, but I'm seeing way more upside. This looks great

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • An even higher probability is that they will continue doing throughout their history. That is, selling stock to cover cash flow deficits and restating earnings. Last year they promised a stock buy back only to instead do a huge stock sale. Two reverse splits of 5:1 and 10:1 in the past 10 years and a peak stock price of greater than 3000/share in the year 2000. There is really only one way that this is likely to go.

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