You've made your points repeatedly.
Until you have something new to say, please save your effort.
Certainly, CVU has been a big disappointment this year, with margins falling and the huge charge related to the requested end to the A-10 program.
Still, there's considerable business in hand and management looks for better margins and earnings in 2015.
Meanwhile, many investors begin focusing on the year ahead after Labor Day.
So in the absence of further bad program news, if management is correct, we can look forward to an improving tone to share-earnings and price action in coming months.
Furthermore, although the A-10 charge was prudent under the circumstances, since the USAF and DOD want to kill the program, the US Army loves the aircraft and many in both houses of congress hope to save it.
As a result, the A-10's demise is not certain. Indeed, if it's saved through political maneuvering, this company's profits and stick should get an upward shove.
"Trade at a 75% discount."
If one checks the web, seeking articles about funding the A-10, there seems to be considerable support for saving the program.
CPI and its accountants may prove overly cautious.
Unhappily, we won't know for weeks since Congress is on vacation.
Thanks for your concern.
My position is sharply reduced, with only very low-priced stock left.
My broker reports 200 shares traded, down .41!
Market orders, buy or sell, have often gotten horrible executions in this very thin stock.
According to Yahoo, you replied to my July 10th posting in which I, mistakenly, mentioned a 13D report, when I meant 13G.
Your inability or unwillingness to engage in civil discourse must make you a joy to your, no doubt, dwindling circle of acquaintances.
1. I realized shortly after posting that I said D rather than G, but I did not consider it worth correcting.
2. CVU's well-known problems have resulted a change in management and the "bagging" of large holders as the stock underperforms.
3. Of course the fund stockholders work hard to keep informed.
4. My point, which seems too subtle for you, is that Ariel is sharply increasing its position in CVU, when most prudent holders would seek to reduce their positions.
Ariel has just filed a 13D, reporting that it now owns 1,424,608 shares of CVU, 16.8 % of the total.
That is an increase of more than 295,000 shares since March 31st.
What does Ariel know that I (we) don't?
I respectfully disagree with your view of Obama.
James Buchanan has him beat for the prize of worst President.