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while this company does not make any money, its financials still seem pretty solid. they have got a lot of cash and very little long-term debt. in fact their cash to debt ratio is 73.9, by my calculations. A pretty strong number!! over the last year sales have nearly doubled (97.6%)..this certainly seems like a postive to me. basically what i am trying to say is this--I am going to be buying CAIS, b/c they are growing fast, seems to be very well managed and they have nearly 80 dollars for every on dollar of debt. So even if times get bad. they should be able to weather the storm.
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