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  • uirapuru0 uirapuru0 Feb 16, 2007 2:38 PM Flag

    growth and P/E

    I agree 100%. Not to mention the high level of institutional ownership which represents long term interest.

    Problem is the volume, or lack thereof. I think too many people got burned and the stock has fallen out of favor

    Baker needs to put some lipstick on this sucker.

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    • I'd prefer Dr Baker just run the company wisely, as he has been doing, so the earnings will continue to grow and the pps will take care of itself. $46 was at a million shares a day. What was that other than speculation and a liquidity effect?

      The December quarter is the low point in the company's annual season.

      Due to the fiscal year placement, there is a long time lag between the mid-January report for December, the lowest revenue quarter and the early-May fiscal year earnings announcement - a period of about 4 1/2 months.

      So the "worst" news (which was actually pretty good news this year) is followed by a long dry spell.

      On contrast, in 2006 we had a relatively close succession of revenues and earnings growth stories.

      FYE 3/31 earnings announcement: May 3, 2006

      FYE 3/31 annual report: May 22, 2006

      Proxy: June 30, 2006

      Quarter ending 6/30 10Q & earnings announcement: July 19, 2006

      Quarter ending 9/30 10Q & earnings announcement: Oct 18, 2006

      The September quarter growth reported 10/18 pushed the pps through $40 on October 23. Then the price fell back while we waited for more earnings. But the December quarter seasonality hurt. That's my best guess.

      Seasonality:
      http://www.doyourowndd.com/zser/NVE_revenues_income_quarterly.aspx

      Sequential revenues and earnings:
      http://www.doyourowndd.com/zser/NVE_quarterly_rolling_4_Q.aspx

    • "I agree 100%. Not to mention the high level of institutional ownership which represents long term interest"


      NO, hi institutional ownership represents future sellers. Rule of thumb for small/micro caps is ...you want in before institutional ownership reaches 20%

 
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