Yes, I just bought 10,000 shares at 18 cents a month after I sold them at 21 cents. I am keeping a core position because I am believing in this turnaround, but trading around the core position to lower my cost basis. Hopefully I don't sell some shares and not be able to buy them back cheaper; I would not be happy if my strategy comes back to bite me.
Anyway, at 18 cents per share, thanks to this great quarter, that represents a low single digit trailing P/E ratio and a trailing price-to-sales ratio of just .25. If this company continues to grow top and bottom line, this stock will take off!