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  • equity_360 equity_360 Jun 18, 2013 9:07 AM Flag


    Its make or break time. Everyone will get an idea what the large part of Swhc investors think of potential value. My gut says they all wait for the earnings call and company outlook before making a decision
    Considering that the short position just became more damaged with the recent announcement, their added buying pressure would make any fund manager think twice about participating in the buyback. Nine ways from Sunday, swhc is undervalued by at least 30% from the $10 level.

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    • Equity - It is obvious you have a sound background in finance. Those that don't should appreciate the accurate financial input you provide on the board.

      My background is in consumer product sales and marketing. I KNOW the value of a years backlog in orders, new products, increasing customer base, pricing strength, and distribution increases.

      Yes I am long. Yes this stock is greatly undervalued. And NO, like the management of SWHC, I am not selling at $10.

      I also believe the earnings call will be a MAJOR event.

    • You are trying to make a very simple decision complicated.

      Every sensible shareholder will tender if the market price on the last day of the tender is below $10. If they are optimistic about the future price of the stock, then they will buy more in the market for less than $10 while they get $10 for a portion of what they already own.If the price.

      If the market price is above $10 on the last day of the tender, every sensible shareholder will not tender (or will withdraw their prior tender). They will then hold all their shares if they are optimistic, or they will sell in the market for more than $10 if they are not.

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