I suppose this isn't much of a surprise to any of us but I'm still disappointed in the price. I think SOA is getting a great deal but no reason to raise much of a fuss since the insiders own 2/3 of the company give or take. Good luck to all.
I sold most of my position in the spring around the $12.20-$12.50 level because of the ending of the contract.
I had a stub position that didn't make much difference. After 4 years of trading the stock I think I averaged about 20% annualized return on capital. Mind you it was not strictly an investment for me. I did alot of trading, with periods of inactivity interspersed in there when it wasn't doing anything.
See you at PLNR perhaps!
Actually, at $1.75, PLNR is selling for considerably less than the value of working capital and only a smidge above the level of working capital if inventory is assigned zero value.