At $52 million market cap, this company seems to be a very juicy buyout target for some giant in the Chinese electric energy world. If its potential is as big as it seems (company says its manufacturing capacity is second in China and by far the greatest in Western China for an amorphous core manufacturer), it almost has to be worth many times its market cap in a takeover.
The expenditure for electrical infrastructure and upgrade in China in coming years will be billions upon billions of dollars. The value of this company must be a lot higher than its market price to some big players in the field--and its value will just grow as a buyout target.
At least that's what I think. I will be glad to see what others think.
Buyout would be nice...but personally I would rather watch my investment grow quarter after quarter. Sure, you get a nice payday on a buyout but it's a one time deal. Also with a companies like CPQQ/CMFO/AAU you cant expect long term profitability. There will always be bumps in the road. I try the best that I can to sell shortly after the big news(in between the dreaded no news floats) and revisit on the drop from profit taking. A buyout would take away a nice investment vehicle.IMO