Agreed—the guiding hand of activist investor Steel Partners should server the company well. I certainly prefer the steady price pops over multiple days and weeks we're seeing as opposed to a huge one day move. As more and more retail investors rediscover this left for dead company they'll be in a strong position to see real gains as big money moves in. That being said I think there is a ways to go until coverage is initiated and this gets on anyones radar—still speculative and in stealth mode IMO.
Thinking of this company as it was 1, 3, or 5 years ago will color your opinion for sure.
Cutting costs hardly qualifies as a turnaround.
This management is playing catch-up on flat revenue growth.
Also, Asia revenues are down yoy.
This is THE growth engine. Wake up and smell the pump and dump.