investorseeker, those are all wonderful things to say about a company but unfortunately, there isn't a professional trader anywhere who would risk their money based on these reasons. That's just not how it's done.
1) Being a profitable company doesn't guarantee the stock will go up. Many brokerages will not invest until a company has proven profitability over the course of many quarters.
2) Not having to raise money doesn't have any connection whatsoever to the stock moving higher.
3) EVERY stock is a possible take-over target. It means nothing.
4) If it was a $30 stock but but can only easily go to $1.50, it's in trouble, big trouble. (I hope you never use this argument again because it is perhaps the weakest one that can be used. Just a friendly bit of advice, don't place any significance upon past performance. If I were to argue this point further with you, it would only make you feel bad. It's best to avoid this one.)
Now, some of you think I'm a bad guy here today. I don't think so. I hold 186K shrs under .80. So, let's all remember that we're just talking here. I don't think I have disrespectful to anyone. I certainly did not deserve the note that stockinmud posted and since he was careless and didn't notice that he had a "Strong Sell" sentiment on his posts, I think it serves as a good example of what not to do.