The JM stock is still reasonably attractive below $11. The company has made considerable gains, and has started investing back into itself with several large rebuilds and upgrades. I feel the drop in price is due to CEO/CFO changes. One of this management team's primary goals was to sell the company. New management will probably not be as set on selling out. While this does not help the stock price in the short term, it allows the company to be more stable and experience better growth over the long term.JM's growth has been very good in recent years and should continue, but not at as quickly.MB
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