Been thinking...The recent sharp decline in price is a positive for future investors, making TACT cheaper (in proportion to its earnings over the past year) than all other stocks in the gaming sector.
Patience is key with profitable small cap companies.The lucky folks who held Research in Motion since it was a $10 small cap http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=RIMM&a=01&b=4&c=1999&d=03&e=17&f=2007&g=mare happy they held on during the times its price fluctuated and earnings were lumpy.
Since you are comparing TACT with a wildly successful company like RIMM, is it safe to assume you believe TACT is grossly oversold?that it has the potential for gain RIMM did when it was a small cap a few years ago?four years ago it was trading between $6 and $7 per share (adjusted for the split) and trades over $100 today. Are you thinking shares of TACT have that same potential to rocket?
The key word there is "profitable". Based on Bart's comments during the last cc it doesn't seem likely they had a profitable Q1.