that could be Jan. 20th....for both. why do you bother posting a prediction? just buy in if you think the numbers are good and sell short if you think they are poor.
the fact remains that the management of SYX has demonstrated a total lack of control: inventory, billing systems, auditors now....i think serious investors are still wary of this team and want to see several quarters of "screw-up free" numbers before they will push this stock much higher.
i'm back in for that ramp, but all things being equal, i doubt that it will come in the very near term.