Capacity is a major issue as well. The ability to actually deliver quality product ON TIME is huge when telcoms are fighting to get to the customer with the latest greatest FIRST NTE is well positioned to DELIVER!
Volume probably just investors looking to buy a $4 stock for about a buck so they can make money.
Who wants to compete with P&G and Colgate? - Especially when the ad budget for one of their brands can be more than the annual total sales of this company. ... - Best bet is to acquired.
Agreed - I was surprised to see so little movement today. I added to my position after the conference call.
cash flow / operating income should start to kick in with sales past 22-23 million. Q1 is the typically slowest quarter so there should be a better return in q2 and q3 - Break even plus on larger base - conservation of cash and return to slight earnings.
run rate by 4th qtr should be $25 plus with margins in the 35% ball park. -R&D and SG&A declining as a percentage of sales
Good report with what seems to be positive outlook. Lets hear what they have to say on the cc.
15 is still a long ways from 12 - when it gets to 14 he will raise target to 17 .... thats how it works. "Analyst" (pumpers and dumpers) always like to keep their target prices about 10-15% below current trade levels (gives retail brokers something to sell) - not too far off so they don't look bad if the stock drops.
hard to argue. don't see much to push it higher. A 23 PE is really not justified for a company that is growing at lower than the rate of population growth. A reduction in the PE multiple from 23 to 14-15 would cause a big drop in price even if everything else stayed the same.