Wasn't this stock in the mid-30s when I first asked this question? Didn't the longs immediately attack the post screaming about how the stock was destined for 100+ by the end of the year? Aren't they still posting the same BS now as they were then? Is the stock closer to the pink sheets or closer to 100 at this point? What's the over/under date for when it hits the pink sheets? Will it last another year on the hype without backing any of it up? Isn't this a great soap opera to watch?
Or pay a one-time special dividend to pass a hunk of the cash back to shareholders? Or buyback a ton of the stock? Or all of the above?
Will it happen? If so, when? Wasn't this stock at $35 when I first asked this question on May 9th? Didn't the longs attack the post then explaining why it would go significantly higher instead of down? Were they right? Did you do any research on the management of this company before buying? If so, did you see where they previously did a pump and dump on a product that totally failed? Sound familiar? Has management sold a lot of shares at prices that were a lot higher than the current price? If the stock is going up then why do you think management sold? Do you think you know more about the company than management knows? If management thought this were a good investment then wouldn't they be buying instead of selling? If management is selling the stock but you are buying it then who do you think is more likely to be right?
Seeking Alpha, etc - Isn't that pretty much anybody who wants to email in their message board post can have their own article? Is there any substance to any of them? Ever think they might be bashing for a reason? So they can get in lower?
Didn't RGR just make some moves to help increase their production capacity? If they can't keep guns on the shelves then won't this help with that and further increase their sales?
What are the technicals looking like?
Is this a falling knife?
Aren't there thousands of other stocks available that are much more attractive than this one?
If it falls to 19 then what would make you want to buy more?
Is it the ultra-slow growth in earnings?
How can revenues go from 307 Million in 2004 to 1.16 BILLION in 2012 yet profits DROPPED by 13.5 million dollars?
Where is the money going?
If it's not going to the bottom line then why not?
Who is benefitting?
Is the company being run for the benefit of shareholders or the benefit of someone else?