<<you might want to re-assess what you've been saying and basing it on today's economic enviornment and API's ability to execute their business strategy addressing the immediate needs of their customers....and not what may or may nout happen....>>
Stock price is based on future growth but not immediate needs of customers. API should have new products in its pipeline to continue support of future growth. This is tech environment that things move fast and there is no sympathy for those who stay behind and are only happy with what they have now. API has pushed its sale limit, which already reflected in its PPS. From this point on is "show me what you can do for future growth".