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I'm considering investing in Dynacq. It looks attractive at $18, with a profit margin of 23%, quick ratio of 4.5 and seemingly no debt. It has a PEG of .45, gives it a relative value of 1.55 (0 - 2) -although rates it a SELL. What bothers me is that their free cash flow for the past two quarters has been in the red. Could the recently purchased assets, (hospitals), explain this? And what caused the recent tumble from $27 at the beginning of September to $18 on Sept 26? I guess I'm looking for dirt on these guys, any input would be appreciated.
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