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not until 10 minutes ago...quick tour of Techstock's resources shows nothing but yesterday's quote which you've listed on the other post.
Kindly give us some background and/or pointers to places where you've found data so we might evaluate it. The year's price range indicates someone was interested enough to bid up prices but they sure dropped back down more than a bit. Where's the beef?
PcQuote provided a few numbers. Not many know about this one (or write about it for that matter. But Yahoo stock news had two articles reporting quarterly improvements (Taits earning always improve...but very slowly and minutely). Good luck finding more info then me!
I read it hurriedly but it didn't strike me as an outstanding opportunity. They did say that 1995 was exceptionally good and 1996 was coming off that hihg. They invested big $$ in getting good deals on excess inventory production from mfrs. and used up a big credit line in doing so, more or less. They have gambled tha tthe reduced cost of this inventory will translate into better profit margins at some point in 1996 and that may be correct but it seems to be a gamble on their part.
An offshore investor purchased a Convertible Note which, if converted into Class A stock, could dilute eps upon conversion. Presumably that Note wouldn't be converted unless earnings were good and theprice of the stock appreciated nicely - but it does reflect a risk of eps dilution.
That's the most I could make of it for now. Probably not interesting enough (for me) to do anything unless and until it works down the inventory number which could translate into excellent profits - IF management took a prudent step in buying up that inventory and used up the revolving credit facility to do so. If the credit facility gets called and they don't have the cash to pay it, big trouble for TAIT. IMHO.