Yeah, I hear talk about valuation, etc. Problem is for a company growing 30-40% with $0.80 of EPS in 2011, you get to the current valuation. Furthermore, why would you get short when the company basically tells you new big customer wins are coming? Lastly, if you did your homework, much of the stock unlocked in December is actually not in the money by very much after factoring in reverse split impact prior to IPO. Right now over 50% of the float is short! If company announces a big win over near-term, the shorts could get caught in a squeeze of epic proportions!
Management of MOTR and analysts expect a growth rate of 25%. Where are you coming up with your 30-40%? With the U.S. market moving more and more toward smart phones and contracts in developing countries not being all that lucrative, I question the long-term growth rate. Just taking 2010-2011 into consideration, you can maybe justify a stock price of $20-$23. Beyond that, what will the company do to grow by 25%?