Yup, the analysts are disappointed and in this market, the slightest rumor or earnings problems causes a massive psychotic selling episode <g>.I am concerned though about a potential LACK of pent up demand for EFII products. I have noted that EFII's receivables are increasing significantly faster than sales as of late.12/97-12/98 Receivables +86% 12/98-12/99 Receivables +42%. Sales increased +19% and +32% respectively. Could this be a case of channel stuffing? If so, how long will it take for demand to return? I don't own any EFII currently but I have managed to lose money on it in the past (dang it). I'm reconsidering a buy but will watch it for awhile longer before coming to a conclusion.
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