The only board you would be on would be a Ouija board. You not knowing who Baker, Tilly, et al is would be a good indicator that you know little or nothing about what you post. A Ouija board would be your best guide to investing. At a company Christmas party gifts were exchanged and a 30 something manufacturing engineer gave a girl in Cust. Serv. a mid level Koss head phone. I asked him why he chose Koss instead of Skullcandy or Sony and he told us Koss was the superior product for the price at all levels. When a 30 something says that, I listen. In an 1970 leather headset case, on a shelf of my stereo and video components, is a 1969 Koss Pro 4AA headset. Still performs as good or better than any I have listened to. I bought back into Koss after they contracted with Tilly. Not only will I enjoy a great yield on my investment, I fully expect to realize good capital gains. Next earnings report will be interesting. Going forward, my Long-Term sentiment is "Strong Buy". Mark it. What's yours????
As a Koss shareholder, and out of curiosity, I tried on a pair of Dre Beats at Target a month ago. They were part of a sales display, and I wanted to hear what the competition was all about. I am not kidding, that I was absolutely stunned at how #$%$ the sound quality was. They were high-priced compared to the $30 Koss headphones I have, and were what I would expect from a $6.99 pair. I'm not worried about competition with Koss. Over the last several decades, many larger players have entered the market, and Koss just keeps moving along, never flashy and never #$%$. A very solid company with a solid product line. The dividend is safe, in my opinion, otherwise I wouldn't rate the company as high.