darbyred, Thanks.Sure hope so.We know each other from this board only,but for quite a long time ,and you know i have always stated this was a good solid company with plenty of potential and very competant management and good caring major shareholders (no less important),even whenever i bailed out.
Having said that,there is a clear distinction in between a dream company,not judged by fundamentals,earnings and revenue,and a mature company such as GIVN came to be.
By this stage of GIVN s lifecycle,the company is scrutinised/judged by normal factors applicable to any other "normal" company.
Pleased as i am to see GIVN at this stage,and how analysts get disappointed by a miss of a cent or two per share,it is the most "cruel" phase. As a (more)mature company,TACHLES - GIVN has to come up with SOMETHING major. If not,my move will be proven NOT smart at all.
I am in,however,hoping for the best but well prepared for the worst.