I too think it is self serving for Rentrak's chairman to suggest that Google is not considered a competitor. Combine that with the stock buyback that accounts for nearly 4 days worth of the trades in the last 60 day quarter and I think this stock is rather unsteady at best.
Can someone chime in as to how Rentrak is going to get the reported $250M to $400M in annual revenue when they will competing not only with Nielsen but with Google, TNS, erinMedia, Experian and who knows who else?
I'm a long term shareholder, but the Chairman has convinced me that he doesn't know what he's doing. Why shouldn't I try selling my stock?