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  • tredleon tredleon Aug 5, 2005 9:43 PM Flag

    Serious question- *is* there a reason?

    The answer is right there in the press release - their auditors won't make a call on how to recognize the revenue because of the pending call from the OCA and they can't file the 10-K without an audit opinion. And until they file the 10-K they can't file the following Q's. I'm guessing that the SEC gave them the impression that if they were working diligently toward a resolution, they wouldn't yank their listing. The sad thing is the accounting issue is a trivial one of timing- it is not a question of how much revenue is recognizable, but in what period. Their auditors were such wimps they couldn't even make a call on that and so the stock gets hammered? I look at this as a buying opportunity.

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    • Leon: I look at this as a buying opportunity.

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    • I hadn't been watching closely; that press release did tell [most] of the story.

      It does seem weird that it's almost like one governing body (SEC) said 'don't worry about it, we'll work together and find a solution' - and then another (NASDAQ) just yanked their listing.

      Maybe it *is* a buy time, though I think I'd wait a little. I'd imagine the 9's will be here early, maybe even Monday?

 

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