My sense is that there is too much of a demand for immediate satisfaction by investors. They are ramping up new customers to replace their old customer, while eliminating redundant assets. These things don't happen overnight. Based on my expectations, I think the process has gone pretty quickly and there do not appear to be great headwinds in KTCC's path now (knocks on wood).
Yes, but this is the only board I've been able to access, and even on this board it has been inconsistent. I found this just by doing a google search for the NAII yahoo message board, which came up with an old post from some poster, from which I clicked on the "messages" tab, and it brought me into the old board. 9 out of 10 times it kicked me to the new "conversations" board. There used to be a choice that allowed you to go back to the old boards on the new page, but that choice appears to have disappeared.
Sorry, did not register you had a question for me. I own plenty of MCZ. I like what Karen is doing, but IMO, it is too risky to add to the position. DR left the company in a mess financially and any slip could prove fatal, despite Karen having wrighted the ship. I sold to put money in JVA and NAII. JVA had just reported a $.15 Qtr, which is good and if sustainable suggests the stock's fair value is closer to $8. Today they just reported a contract with Smart & Final. A great win for the company. NAII you know. I was late to the party there, but that spike down last week was too enticing to ignore.
I sold out about 28k shares yesterday to buy another issue. The bid was at $3.52 and the $3.57, and I think I put a limit order at $3.55. The shares were purchased within 3 seconds of my confirming. Make of that what you will, but someone with some decent amount of cash swept up those shares quickly.