I guess you are hanging around the wrong people. Here's the real news:
"Today's call buying has pushed total option volume in FAST to 13,400 contracts, 6 times its full-session average for the last month. Only 326 puts have changed hands so far."
The price now is 46 -- did any of you pessimists buy a few weeks ago when it dipped to $40? You could have made a lot of money, like 15% in a month, or 180% per year. Oh you didn't? I did and am happy I did so. This company has made me a lot of money over the years!
Here's your chance guys! Buy low and (later) sell high. Take a look at the long view of FAST and see if there has been money to be made. It has been "overpriced" since I bought it in the 1990's. I've gotten many times my money back on shares I've sold and still have hundreds of shares thanks to the stock splits.
The FAST annual meeting is coming up -- come to Winona and grill all those officers you're worried about. Complain about what's bothering you. As for me, I'm impressed that since 2004 net sales, gross profit, earnings before taxes, and net earnings have all increased except during the Bush depression of 2009. Ten years ago 1000 shares cost $49,750. Today those shares (now 4000) would be worth $190,040 and you would have received almost $19,000 in dividends! My opinion is that FAST is still a good buy today.