Applying the Foolish Eight Criteria to this stock seems to show it has most winning characteristics of a Small Cap gem (From Quicken.com: Sales growth slightly less than 25% at 24.5% and Insider holdings slightly less than 10% at 8.2%). Applying some additional financial statement analysis (I like to use Foolish Erik's Small Cap grading method) shows that this stock is an "F" for debt/cash ratio, which kitkatklub made reference to. Is this a justifiable time to run with a little more debt than normal at "favorable rates"? If so, and if you can justify ignoring the "F" for debt/cash ratio, the other four metrics give an "A" (again, assuming you can round 24.5% sales growth up to 25%). THe other "A" categories are for Gross margins high enough, receivable growth and inventory growth both low enough (as compared to sales growth).I am intersted in the "Story" of this stock and need to get a better feel for management integrity and ability before thinking about buying into this company. Interested in going long.Good luck, Fools!AHalberg
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