You must be new here. Your assessment was about as inaccurate as they come save your poor opinion (opinions can be neither right nor wrong). Please do yourself and others a favor by conducting a little DD before you come here to spout off about a conference calls you are apparently incapable of deciphering. This conference call actually may be the most positive one in the history of the company, including the one at the end of Q3 2010 where we saw the stock rise from around 5 to nearly 13 bucks in less than 8 weeks.
and I am free to stay with mine - management did offer nothing new as most of the remarks were generally just a recap of last quarter's cc statements. Below consensus guidance and some very general 2013 assumptions were the only new aspects for me.
Stock won't go up based on results and outlook and ENTR will have to show a pick up in sales momentum before shareholders might be rewarded.
Couldn't agree more.....the original poster also told us the shorts would be scrambling today and we would be above 7 etc. These pumpers are worse than the shorts. They are blinded by their hopes and wishes. Unfortunately, as has been the case, this is a slow growth story. Pretty boring right now.
predicting moderate selling pressure was a big understatement - stock is down so much because investors are used to solid execution above estimates and guiding slightly higher - this time revenue was only in line and guidance was lower.
Stock should stabilize around $5 and stay there until business finally picks up (or becomes even slower).