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>(I'm no expert in reading financial
> statements), the -182% return on assets and the $31M >loss don't look at all like a Real Good Company.

The company also has a huge debt - currently it is 487% of total capitalization. Anything over 33% is cause for concern. Also, the % Pre-tax Profits on Sales is a disaster. This is a high risk stock.

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