I don't understand why a stock with this balance sheet strength, profit history, low price earnings is not trading higher.I know it is a small, thinly traded company, but it has a great dividend and quite a bit of room for the price to appreciate. The issue with DOE does not seem that significant long term (assuming their reserve is adequate and the majority of their contracts are done). I don't see the risk here. Long term risk is not being able to shift their consulting business to new areas. Management must be reasonably strong to have built this business.Am I missing something? I have a fair amount invested in TSRI and would like to put more in.Thank you.
Your post has inspired me to enter a limit order to buy some at $4.25 tomorrow.;-)
Don't just sit there--do what pj does when he finds such a company: buy, buy, buy until he is really, really stuffed--with shares, I mean. ;-\