It's all about future value of money. The price is based on the future expectation of positive cash flow to build shareholder wealth and conjuntively decreasing their WACC.
I know some of the simple concepts are hard for daytraders to understand because of a lack of business experience, education and sound technical indicators.
The risk and growth for such a small company is too high for real traders except in the case of a speculative short like myself.
I would love to play long but its all about profits and making money.
>It's all about future value of money. The price is based on the future expectation of positive cash flow to build shareholder wealth and conjuntively decreasing their WACC.<
Yeah, if daily price action in a stock and the market as a whole were based on sober, careful analysis we wouldn't see the wild swings we do. It's as emotion driven as anything else. And gee, in your case, you're just here to help us poor ignorant folk. I'm no day trader and I can read a balance sheet and I also read stock charts to improve my returns and protect my capital. And I can also read into your purpose here... to distribute FUD:
Fear Uncertainty and Doubt.
Thanks, but I can think for myself. And I can tell by some of the insightful posts that there are a few others on this board that can think for themselves as well. cksw has already gone down because of the future value of money consideration. And they're still profitable, and still have about 0.47 cash. Can this situation change? Of course. But I think if you're looking for good short situations, there are much better pickings than cksw at this point:
Try LI and XMSR, talk about bloated cows and lousy prospects of future value of money vs valuation.