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  • longtimefollower longtimefollower Mar 26, 2013 1:11 AM Flag

    I own roughly 1/2 of 1% of the company now.

    I'll support any offer of $11.35 or more to buy out DGIT. Come on, bidders. With the stock at $6.77, this company is clearly BACK IN PLAY. Many of the largest holders want an end game. They are in at higher prices, and don't want to be "long termers" here.

    Time to "rekindle" the M&A machine here!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • That's a hefty stake, longtime. What's your read of the board--is there willingness to settle with a good-faith buyer on the one hand or is this another Liquid Gold-type board on the other?

      Sentiment: Hold

    • I feel your pain. I kept this because of the potential buyout and huge short position. It is now a money pit. I don't think we will see any bidders until the price stablizes. Even those with large positions must throw new money to but it so they will want the cheapest price. With no volume, it looks like there are more folks throwing in the towel or willing knock it down more. An offer of $11.35 would be great but that is a 70% premium. I don't think we will see that unless a good rumour really makes the shorts scramble .... :)

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      • I'm curious if they show an excellent Q1. It is possible. They've taken hits on Goodwill impairment, missing income expectations, announcing buyout not happening but they have positive net cash flow...so if they can pull out a positive net income and get back on track the price would pop IMHO. I'm a long time holder so maybe I'm being pollyanna....

        Sentiment: Hold

 
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