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So, the Board of Directors are buying back shares. IIJ drops ~ 10%. Is this a good thing? What will happen to the ADR IIJI shares? This should concentrate earnings per less shares?? Any comments?
IIJ just hit a 52 week low. I bought at 1833 a few minutes ago and hope to buy more with any drops. Great opportunity IMO. It's a shame the old posts have been eliminated. It showed which people have a clue and, most importantly, gave proof of their record.
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[2016-MAY] Internet Initiative Japan Inc. NASDAQ : IIJI Correlation Histogram
X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 2,830 NASDAQ Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is -0.5 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stoc
I sold this stock for $109 in the early 1990's and did not go back until it dropped to $1.80:from there it went to $21+. The equity dilution of additional stock killed it to$7 and it has bounced around the $9. mark ever since. The money from this event never was used to better the company and is probably still sitting in cash. You have to have a strong stomach or a quick sell figure to hang with this company. The company is abetter company today than it was in the 1990's but they have no concept of investor rights and run this company only for their major stock holders. You should have seen the stock action when Japan's nuclear reactors were melting down: those were the good old days! ?.