The last Quarterly report says it all. A quarterly loss amid worldwide terror. The problem is that this company's executives still operate the company as a small mom and pop shop with virtually no understanding of PR. Also, has anyone noticed the lack of major new contracts for the last several months? Sadly, this stock will only make a major move to the upside when there is major terror (eg. Madrid bombing). Unless revenues grow at a much faster pace, I see no reason to hold on to this stock. We will see 12 again before we see 20. Of course, this is just one man's humble opinion.