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dolcstavg 1 post  |  Last Activity: Oct 17, 2014 6:56 PM Member since: Nov 18, 2003
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    this is getting ugly

    by odeon778 Oct 17, 2014 5:40 PM
    dolcstavg dolcstavg Oct 17, 2014 6:56 PM Flag

    HIL has always been susceptible to large swings in both directions. Looks like large volume so it could be somebody who really wanted out flooded the market with shares and caused a mini-panic. No news so who knows. With the recent refinancing on better terms I think the price drop has been unwarranted. HIL is not for the weak-of-stomach, it is a work in progress and this company has been slow to get it's act together. I think it's good below $5 and if nothing scary gets revealed early next week it's worth buying. If somebody knows something ominous the rest of us don't we will find out soon enough. I have had a long ride with this one buying on the dips but at this point I have all the exposure I want to HIL so I will wait and see. They have a good business and at one time they had the balance sheet under control. If they can get the earnings engine running again we are off to the races. Hopefully they haven't gone and messed something up that we don't know about yet but I have seen swings like this many times before with eventual rebounds. The secondary didn't help matters, it was probably necessary but came at a time of depressed stock price and no momentum to help support the increased supply of shares. I believe there is a good company here beneath all the balance sheet mismanagement. We will see what the quarter looks like and see if the boat is floating or sinking :)

    Sentiment: Buy

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