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Well, I took the plunge, and bought into HAIN stock. I've always thought of it as a great company, and have used their stuff (and that of their acquired brands) for lots of years. My assessment is that the stock is presently undervalued. When checking out the company profile, I couldn't help but notice the S&P Stock Report rating under "Insider Activity" as "Unfavorable".... I've seen this rating before. If memory serves, seems it's more often than not on Nasdaq listed companies. I could be wrong about that, however.

Can anyone shed light on just what kind of exposure this unfavorable insider activity rating might be referring to? Would this be something within management's control, or outside their control entirely?

On a lighter note, doesn't it seem like HAIN is a bit out of place being listed on the Nasdaq? You know what I mean, wavelength division multiplexers and carrot chips. Sounds like a marriage made in heaven to me. ;))

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