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  • jerrywang99 jerrywang99 May 17, 2010 10:35 AM Flag

    fantastic quarter

    i don't think earnings growth is their problem (isn't EBITDA growing >30%?). Personally i think they have two issues. one - the university of rochester share sale has been such a disaster. i don't enitrely blame management but it has been painful. I believe rochester is done selling though, or at least very close to it.

    second, they need to do a reverse stock split to get the stock price >$5 so insitutional funds can participate.

    as far as the fundamentals of the business and their marketplace go, it's simply fantastic.

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    • I actually mentioned reverse split idea during their February earnings teleconference. They were not too keen on the idea and did not believe that a reverse split would enhance either trading volume or Wall St recognition.

      The VSCP leadership truly has been doing a heck of a great job each quarter for the past two years....I truly am amazed that VSCP has not been discovered as a legitimate growth stock.

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