for those 10 of us who have been here forever, AMNF seems to have gone up a bit fast, likely because of some good press and some day-trader interest, etc. I would have to say a PE of 16 or so would be fair, and at 1.60 the dividend yield would be over 4% - both fair tor this company. If earnings continue to increase, then a PE of closer to 20 might be justified. Domestic revenue does seem to be slowing a bit, but nothing to worry about for those of use who have been here forever and are dividend investors.
Agree with your comments and add this. Over the years this company has been very investor friendly, raising the dividend and even paying extra one time dividends around 5% in some cases. It's very thinly traded so one large buyer who decides to sell a few thousand shares can tank the stock. Why would one sell? Don't know but wish they'd tell me so I'd know what very small cap carries a better long term record and has done so consistently. Few exist because they are mid-cap or better now. AMNF will do fine IMO.