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I can't explain it other than to say it's somewhat odd. The new management seems determined to pay down debt and has had 2 good quarters to show for it. One would think that would keep the stock in an upward trend going forward but after it hit $3.60 a week or so ago, it's been a downward spiral to $2.87. If a year ago under worse management the stock traded at $5.23, how in the world can it now trade at $2.87? Maybe someone that's analyzed the balance sheet now versus then can chime in.
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