I really think NAII is going to explode upward any day.....I really do....I'm thinking a big gap up. The fundamentals absolutely suggest it; the technicals point to it too. This company has value, an amazing balance sheet, rampant growth, and a low float standing. I think it's going to take off......should never have remained in 12s this long.....Borg or no Borg, IMO. The situation implies rocket fuel for a blistering move, IMO, again.
P.S. I mean, who could blame them for selling a few here or there, but they held through the quarter following the February report and have not reflected any selling thus far after the latest May report.
so much focus on Borg.....but isn't it noteworthy that corporate management is holding its shares after all the years it languished in the 5s area? That says a lot to me about what they see ahead, IMO.
Thanks. It really is getting interesting here. I've got a hunch that VTSI's stock price is fixing to take it to a new level over the next few weeks. I'm paused to say .30 but I've got this feeling that if it cracks through .18 cleanly this week, it's going to jump pretty quickly. It's due, IMO.
to get an uptrend started, IMO. Astute investors are not selling for this price, IMO, but have been buying. Valuation metrics and outlook all point to a very strong company at this time. I just don't believe it would take any significant buying to propel NAII. Yesterday may have the been the last fire sale day. I'm going with a minimum P/E of 15 on conservative forward 12 months earnings of 1.24 for a lowball target of 18.60 over the next 3 months time. I mean growth here has been way, way above 15%, so assigning a minimum P/E of 15 seems more than warranted. When this thing is crowding the 18s to 20s before too long, these 12s will look pretty sweet in the rear view mirror.
unclear about getting them all in the 12.20s....that's what I paid for all I got; I'm sure someone else got some there too today. When it comes to buying quality companies, the place to be is near a dumpster where gems are discarded like garbage. Such is NAII right now, IMO.
and as the old shake and bake youth said to their mother...."and I helped".......I sure did my part again today.....tapped out too.....got them all in the 12.20s average today.
I'm singin' another stanza of the same tune....and it goes...
Borg is getting boring,
By now he's worth ignoring.
NAII is exciting,
By now its stock should look inviting.
After all, its been hitting home runs,
So, it's time to pull out the big guns.
Yea, the stock is worth a' plenty,
We should be sittin' on twenty.
So, Borg is out and NAII is in,
Let the big buying begin.
IMO and seriously too:)
Gold and silver are into what will be one of the greatest bull runs in history, IMO. The Fed is vacillating all over the place.....what is it going to do that it hasn't done 10 times over? The news is stale and people want something with substance and safety from a perceived effort in futility to save a global economy leveraged up to its eyeballs, IMO.
I picked up a little CCXI at 4.23 just now....might add a bit more today on any further dip. We'll see....thanks.
if see thru equity favors something, run for cover, IMO. They tout penny stock nightmares....somehow they got my e-mail address for a spell and, man, the junk they were putting monster price tags on. IMO.
I'm going to do a bit of prognosticating here FWIW.
I've observed over the years a lot of things about the trading behavior of low-float value companies.
With NAII, we are up from the 11.50 close of a week ago from yesterday despite Borg's immediate entry to the market to start dumping after earnings and filing the additional form 144. So there's strength amid his selling. That said, that was an amazing earnings report last week and his selling doesn't change facts.
As to expressing expectations of what's next, I was watching NAII (had some time this afternoon) pretty close near the end of the trading day to see where it closed. BTW, it's sitting right on its 50 day MA. I noted some more aggressive buying starting in the last 15 minutes. The volume jumped from about 70 K to over 100K in the last half hour of trading and most was in the latter moments of the day. I believe Borg may have been emptying his nest and it was being absorbed while leaving the chart remaining a thing of beauty.
So, I've got to go with tomorrow perhaps starting with a bit of exhaustion selling (maybe not any) but it becoming a decent to good day as the day progresses followed by strength on Friday. It's overdue anyway, but FWIW, that's my notion.
I think it might be worth at least getting your feet wet. The deal with Royce is not unlike Borg. When you know the price is being compressed in a situation that otherwise warrants optimism toward the buy side, IMO that spells opportunity.
...one last thought....I'd bet my life almost that this is Borg selling from the last form 144 filing. The volume is really light and he's just dumping, IMO. I'm betting a form 4 will confirm this notion in a couple of days time allowing his filing. If so, it is a great opportunity because he obviously doesn't care what the price is.....he was dumping a quarter ago in the 8s. IMO.
Pal, I know you weren't talking to me but I like my buys all through the 12s. Whether it's KTCC anywhere in the 7s or NAII anywhere in the 12s, just a bit down the road and what investor will car?. Both companies have significant measures of performance that will drive them hard....just a question of the moment the fire gets to burning, IMO.
It's really hard to believe that even Borg could contain the price to this degree, IMO. If someone asked me if I thought NAII could drop lower, I'd always say a stock can do anything, but I'd really be thinking that I'm actually struggling with the idea that it remains this low. Conversely, I could easily see NAII trading in the 18s right this minute....that wouldn't be hard to believe at all. I think it's going to happen (that is head due north) faster than it may seem at this moment. The value has already been disregarded to the extreme.....I just don't see that persisting even with the Borg factor.
.....can't believe being able to buy shares in the 12.40s, but I have been today. I'm almost back to the max amount I had invested in NAII before lightening up in front of the last report. I'll say it again, IMO, this is a steal if there ever was one. I really believe those selling will be very disappointed soon. NAII does not report again until September (the annual report)....and it is likely to bring more good news. There's a long summer for this thing to climb. IMO, Hopeful
I don't think Bill is going anywhere.....and I kept adding some KTCC.....adding here and at NAII today....added some to Tab's VTSI yesterday. All three had strong reports and it seems their businesses are headed north.....IMO, the price will follow whether it follows on any given day or not. IMO, Hopeful