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I have not yet invested in AACE, but here is my logic behind checking this company out......

The company has roughly 76% equity and 24% debt which is a fairly strong ratio meaning the company is responisble in it's aquisitions and could be better though...nonetheless, it's an attractive ratio

The company is expanded at a fairly good rate

There aren't alot of analysts covering this company

and this part I am not sure of, but if this logic proves true this would make AACE a real steal. I forget the cash flow, but if you divide the cash flow by the number of shares (after subtracting long term debt) you can effectively, subtrat that dollar amount off the actual price of the stock and you'l find out what you are really buying the company at. Another way to look at it is that that dollar amount theoretically should be the price floor because the company is worth that much in free cash flow.

Did anyone else figure this out? Does anyone agree with this Logic. I know that Peter Lynch was explaining this in his book, one up on wallstreet. I only wonder becuase this is a paycheck place, not Ford motors with extra cash sitting around
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