Great. There is someone else that targeted $14/share. The fact is the markets are weakening and we will see a further dip in the next few weeks. The long term still looks very strong. I would say we could dip back down into the mid $9's before we trend upward. Could be wrong too.
The game for EGHT continues to be get big fast. Many of the major metrics continue to improve and I'm encouraged finally by real contribution from channel partners. The company is on the prowl for another international acquisition to support its global initiatives and I suspect we'll see another one in the near future. All of this leads to creating long term value by getting to significant size. Apparently, Eight believes there best rout to this is through international expansion -- I'm not smart enough to judge this. But, that the course they have chosen and I support it. To worry about PE today is not the name of the game for EGHT.