to show me anything from the company's financial reports that gives any indication that the company will not continue to do well. Okay, so the stock is down. Well, guess what, stocks do that. I've asked before, and I'll ask again, give me some solid evidence that NFI is not a good company to invest in.
I fail your challenge. I don't have a research staff that's qualified in accounting or business statistics. I'm just one guy buy myself trading , who's learned that fundamental analysis consistently pits you against Wall Streets best and brightest. Don't get me wrong I read the financial statements and company reports. Unless your challenge is coming from a professional research office you're simply unwittingly working against yourself. The individual investor is well suited when he uses fundamental and technical analysis with technical his first choice. In this case the technical chart is overloaded with risk.
Here's a good example of another stock that had a technical chart that said it was overloaded with risk and the same battle cry that you are giving was given to me when I was buying that stock at 70 cents. And they didn't even pay a dividend. Broken technicals sometimes become unbroken quickly. The end result can be very painful for anyone that is on the short side.