It all depends on the method of valuation used. For this stock, I am going with the: what it will be, as opposed to what it is, approach. The upper management has put into place all that I was hoping for, for a Cinderella story of sorts. From getting goods at a better price, to renegotiating debt, paying off debt and reworking the chain of stores. To apply a straight value method of finding the stock price, would be wrong, but I am of the thought that to buy now and watch things unfold will make me one happy investor indeed.