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  • back to 43-45 level

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    • I think you are correct and I can even forsee high 30's if the market takes a May dip. Would be a good time to get back in.

    • Anything is possible. That would make T-1699 become T-1400 or so. The only gimmick to be played is to play with people's solvency. Wash, Rinse, Repeat. wah, Rinse, Repeat..

      All one needs to do though is take a look at the the 1 year chart. The stock was at this level roughly 1 year ago, went down to 28/share(1B valuation) for what we obviously now know as bogus. So clearly the volatility is to just mess with investors solvency.

      Goldman Sachs is holding more than 9% of the company. They aren't going to sell nor do they care about the volatility. They are goldman sachs.

      Insiders are holding. Angel Martinez bought at 46, watched it go down to 28, then watched it ROAR back to where we are today. He hasn't moved a single share in over 18 months!

      There is an obvious reason. 1)Earnings are great and the product is not a FAD and company is growing.
      2)CASH i s made EVERY YEAR and has been made every year since 8-9 years ago, right through the great recession.

      The greatest battle in the stock market is not picking stocks, it is the time factor. Can you be patient enough through all the drama even when you have the FACTS on hand? Can you wait through all the markets shenanigans to get your proper reward.

      The greatest investors buy and THEN DO NOTHING for years be it in equities or real estate. There is nothing to do but let the sun rise and the sun set and business to be conducted.

      T-1699 Days(cash to valuation)

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