long time no see, aluisious. I'm astonished to see you showing your face here, after your barrage of board-filling "Strong Sell" posts around the $10 low. Anybody who followed your advice picked the worst sell point in the history of this stock.
To bring you up to date, nobody has claimed that the company is being taken over. But we *are* up 40% from your "Strong Sell" recommendation, and have seen 60+% above your "Strong Sell" level. Just as I predicted to you, I sold some at $16 ... and I still expect to sell the rest at $18 to $20. Aiding me are company and economy numbers that continue to strengthen every quarter ....
You have a convenient memory. Of course I'm not surprised by that at all, as it is clear that facts mean nothing to you compared to your opinions. Such is obviously the case with such jewels of yours as "3 points do not establish a trend" (margins and rates of return have CONTINUED to fall since then, but I'm sure in your little world it's not a "trend") and your current cheerleading of this company and questions of "what's wrong?" when it is CLEARLY obvious that a company with falling revenues, earnings, margins, and rates of return has a LOT wrong with it.
That said, I didn't slap strong sell on NLS "around the $10 low." I have been strong-sell on NLS below $14, where I happened to sell. But let's not let something like FACTS get in the way of your pathetic flailing attempts to save face by outright lying.
Also...LONG-TERM SENTIMENT DISCLOSURE! For you that always means "later than now, when we hit $18," but for everyone else it seems to mean "any period I, the incredible tsar of bad trading, defines." $10 to $14 dollars covers a period of a few months and is not LONG TERM. But, we're getting away from the FACT that I did not initially post NLS as STRONG SELL at $10 anyway.