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Deswell Industries, Inc. Message Board

  • smkros smkros Mar 22, 2013 10:06 AM Flag

    $2.60 Resistance

    I'm not much into technicals but it seems like $2.60 is a key resistance point for DSWL. This recent move up seems to be in sympathy to the overall market rally. Hopefully, it can break through $2.60 with some volume and start an uptrend to fair value.

    I'm not holding my breath for a major move until DSWL can turn the fundamentals around. I am optimistic we'll see improving YoY results this year and that should get the share price moving. DSWL remains one of my favortite value stocks even though it's gone nowhere but down since I took my first position three years ago.

    Any thoughts on when we'll see revenues grow again?

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • Hey all:

      It is hard to tell when we will see revenue growth again. Hopefully, very soon.

      If we do see any significant revenue growth (along with earnings), DSWL will SPIKE higher. I could very easily see DSWL spike up $.25 to $.40 a share in one day.

      I am going to suggest that there might be a second potential catalyst...Their factory in Shenzen might be worth SIGNIFICANTLY more than what it is carried for on the books. I have heard that land prices in Shenzen have gone up by orders of magnitude in the past decade. DSWL has owned it's factory for a while...perhaps they could sell it for a tremendous gain.

      That could see the stock spike tremendously...

      I guess my point is the time to buy DSWL is when it is low, under $2.50/share. I think when it moves, it is going to move fast...

      Any thoughts?

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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