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Other than the two of us I guess not (and it even took me five weeks to respond).

I'm in for 3,000 shares at $3.00 and I should increase that to 30,000 shares!

How in the world does a stock:

* have a book value of $17 and trade at $2.75
* make a sizeable profit yet trade at a 2 PE
* have a profit margin of 11% yet trade at 13% of book
* have a CONSENSUS ESTIMATE of $1.19/EPS for YE 1999 and trade at $2.75

WHY ISN"T THIS A $10-$15 stock? If anyone can educate me, please do so.
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