shut...until they have something meaningful to say. I much prefer them to those companies who feel the need to have a larger PR department than an R & D effort.
Apparently, institutional investors in YMI must feel pretty much the same way....I figure they know what's going on and when to expect real news to come out...and I don't see them exiting their positions.
Follow the money would appear to be good advice here.
I do not give a flying you know what about PR. I do care about the product and how great it will be. That is the most important thing to a stock price. Noone cares about blowing smoke or #$%$ PR. YMI will move up based on its product not PR>
You need to discern what PR is and what real information is.
YMI is way to close to the belt with "real information". None of us want PR.
Some companies know the formula for success is to have a following that knows the info never quits coming and little of what comes out is PR BS.
YMI has some learning to do - they need to call ARIAD and see how Berger done.