Maybe we got randomly picked by a teacher in a special ed class on how to use the Yahoo message boards.
LOL Sounds like this game has already paid you dividends, money or not. My feeling (which often has not been right) is that we are going to be fine with this company. The most difficult thing about a stock like this is that it is an extreme case of how Aristotle Onassis described making money. You have to know something that others don't. Here we have to guestimate what somebody already knows. For example, someone already knows how trials are going, and not all of them always abide by the rules. In that situation it's a bit like football. On the field it's not obvious where the ball is, or where it is heading. I like that on this board there are folks who know much more about the science than I do, and are willing to talk about it.
This company is not doomed. They've got product, but for years has had a penchant for making bad decisions For example, getting suckered by a Chinese comany is inexcusable. I'm looking to see how the new(est) guy does. He seems to be the best bet in awhile (but after the last guy that's something of a backhanded compliment).
Verbal abuse to follow.
Certainly seems the big declines in the currencies of developing countries is taking us for a bad ride. Of the little we've been selling, a major buyers have been overseas in those areas.
You never know about these things, but I'm suspicious. The stock is acting a lot like last quarter before it popped on a good quarterly. The difference now seems to be that expectations are lower, but I'm more optimistic based on the health of the tech sector in general and Westell having found markets with a future. Beware the traders.
Perhaps Laurence Lytton's recent filing (around Thanksgiving) showing a 5.2% interest is the one in question. However, I also see no huge buy recently.