I remain confused how they can continue to trade at such a low P/S ratio. When firms like theirs sell, they typically sell for 3 to 5 times revenues. They have not stated any intention to sell, but nobody likes to see their equity undervalued by such a large amount. It may have something to do with different classes of shares? Any ideas out there??
I agree that the different share classes likely make this stock less liquid for bigger institutional buyers. That said, if they continue to execute on the performance side, the stock will re-value at some point. A bigger dividend payout would also be nice. Keith