which is trading 50% below book value and pays 3.3% quarterly dividend more than 10 year t-bill.
Don't try to reason with this forum.
AUQ will never get above $8 ever again, GG.
BOOK VALUE is a company's assets minus its liabilities. It's accounting jargon for what would be left over for shareholders if the company were sold and its debt retired.
Yahoo has AUQ Book Value Per Share (mrq): 8.14
Under key stats.