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Subject: Re: High potential Date: 4/3/2012 10:40 AM
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High potential, high risk. But definitely interesting. Hard to get much play if nobody is following the stock, but doesn't mean the company is going away.

I like this little company. Pull the new set of investor charts from the website and it is a good read. No signs of fraud, just hard work and many repeated attempts to respond to investor concerns. Of course, that doesn't always correlate to success, but this management team seems pretty smart. They are trying to introduce new products, and the bank borrowing might just be a very wise "look ahead" to meet the possibility of even slower accounts receivable.

Looking at their market penetration, the success of their Blue Ocean approach has made them a top tier supplier in just a few short years in spite of some significant competition. Do we remember how difficult that can be? These folks are working very hard to mature this startup.

I like to watch this little company, and wish them every success. I think they are earning it.
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