hmmm...would insider buying be considered trading on inside information? Not that it's bad in this case, I just wonder if it is technically afoul of the rules. I think, reading between the lines, if there is a tier 1, it's probably not a Verizon. I'd like to see them keep growing the tier 2s as well. Tier 1 may give cred, but lots of tier 2 will obviously be good for the bottom line. The more the merrier! Re; CAPS 5 Star- Obviously it means nothing in this case. Could there be nothing worse than a long time 5 star turning into a 2 star, if you bought in because it was a 5 star? Those ratings are tools, but not such a perfect tool (just like all the rest). Imagine next November a MF post...maybe S&P is cruising, up 20% but INFN is crushing S&P, up 50%! Based upon the $4.52 52 week low (which will be the reference point), that means INFN is at a whoppin' $6.78!! I'll bet every person here thinks that $6.78 is a lousy price a year from now, but that's why we have to read the math. That's why we have to exercise patience. That's why we shouldn't chase performance. That's why it's all crap, unless it works out for us personally.Best of luck to us all, OJ!-Randy
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