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  • stanu78 stanu78 Oct 25, 2010 10:11 AM Flag

    Louis Navellier

    Can't really blame them though, can we? Cause I'd do the same thing. :)

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    • Oh come on, you guys can't be that negative :)

      Take a look at what's been happening with CNU stock of late and compare their valuation to that of MDF. MDF needs to be at $6 now in order to be valued the same as CNU.....and MDF-the company is performing better.

      I am confident we trend higher over the next few months. Cheers.

    • I was just kidding (I'm actually an MDF cheerleader for a long time now)... but in all seriousness, we can't blame someone for being smart (if insider think it is reasonable/fully valued now and want to sell some, I think it's their right to do so)

      CNU has always generally valued higher than MDF and I don't know why. they probably own many of their patient themselves. and I don't know why CNU have more than 3 times of MDF personnel (again it's probably because they own more of their own hospital/center)

      CNU recently annoucned that they are moving to NYSE which probably one of the reason it went up nicely as well today (aside from the fact that CNU is in similar business with MDF and MDF just get favorable coverage by Louis Navellier

      I own both shares (just for hedging) but I like MDF a lot better, and will continue to hold for a long time.. though I do wonder what Obamacare will do to the bottom line of these companies in the next 5-10 years..