The old bond holders (pre BK) turned stock holders have sold or are selling their positions. The new shareholders seem to control most of the outstanding float and so there is very little publicity about this company. My guess is that when we start turning a sizable profit and all the legacy debt is retired this will pop back to book value and they will initiate a dividend. Hopefully that is this year and will happen fast with the large short interest. I am very bullish about these prospects and feel this has the most potential of almost any company out there.
LT: I have a small position here taken in early November @ $11.70. I'm leery of taking a bigger position because of the company's ties to the print industry. For me, it's a diversification issue because I still hold some big (for me) positions in some newspaper stocks. That said, you could also choose to see RFP as a play on the rebound in housing. Any notion of how much of RFP's biz comes from construction lumber and other housing-related wood products versus print products?
I don't exactly know....but I view this as a "cyclical"....and I'm very bullish on the U.S., and global economy. Your rating this a hold is absurd. It is at least a buy....and at prices of $12.25'ish or less, a strong buy.