The earnings report could not be compared to any prior projections. No details also. Is there any reason to hold on to this? By early tomorrow morning, I'll sell my position and bank the profit already made. I see it going back to $19-20. It's the usual pattern.
I think AFAM is better played as a long-term investment than short-term. I bought at $19 pre-split 5 months ago, and the future looks just as good now as it did then, maybe better. For the long-term, I am very comfortable with this one.
Unfortunately, I sold 1/2 of my shares at about $27 pre-split to take some s-t profits, thinking I would buy them back at in the low $20s (like you). It didn't work. At least I still have the other half.