Other than FanofStan, is there any of the long term holders left here? Don't you all have anything to say? Or have you all gone to greener pastures (where ever that is).
My opinion is that DPAC is going to trade in a very narrow range until they can prove that they are back on track. I'm with Stan, an early Christmas would be nice.
Also, in a dynamic environment such as chip stacking, why would TI want to buy DPAC? They can lock in all the supply they need without spending any capital, thus limiting any technological change exposure that might arise. If I was them, I would spend my money on my core business, not on a peripheral application.
The SS Minnow needs a new bilge pump, as the NAZ storm is throwing a water in the boat faster than the pumps can keep up. Although I like it when MaryAnn and Ginger get wet (particularly with COLD water, I rather prefer them sipping Adobe's Tanq while getting a nice tan on deck.