If we see a turn around of the turn around so to speak that began in Q4/04, it will be one of the fastest U-turns I've ever seen. The return to growth for NLS is based on it's entry into the largest segment of the of fitness equipment market (retail) and the taking of market share within that chanel.
I'm just saying that the growth story remaining intact is not the stretch it would be if for example mgmt was relying on increased consumer spending or further market share gains in those chanels where they already enjoy signifigant share (direct).
Still wondering; where's the volume? As one would think that with all the broken trendlines, MA's, and support levels we would see much more stop loss selling by larger shareholders. Meaning we'd be seeing above avg volume. Maybe they're just faking us out and the big volume will come from lower levels. As fly likes to imply; insiders must know something and they've told all the large holders which is why they haven't been selling and the volume has been below avg for weeks now.