Some quick updates on stocks I own.
Gravity is top on the list because it is my biggest position at 20%. Regardless of how much it has gone up this year, it is still below book value and does not include the future revenue stream of RO2 or the other games in fact.
Non consolidated report was released. Just read it for reference. Do not base your investment decisions based off non consolidated reports as there isn’t enough information.
It is good to see the balance sheet getting stronger but I have no idea how the net income jumps 250%.
There is still a big disconnect between the stock price and asset value. The stock price is still at about 40-50% below net current asset value without much progress in terms of the value being realized.
This is a very frustrating investment because management words and actions do not particularly match up all the time.
Getting difficult to completely trust management which is a bad sign.
Company continues to perform well with new contracts and sales growth. Consistent growth in profitability and assets which are positive signs.
“We achieved record sales and profits even while phasing out the largest contract in the Company’s history… In addition, we continue to enjoy very strong demand for our molded fiber product line. To meet those new requirements, we have ordered new state-of-the-art equipment that should be online by the third quarter of 2012.”
Expecting 2011 full fiscal year results soon. Last year they announced the results in March, so I’m expecting it sometime towards the end of March again.
Solid and strong business performer through subsidiary Singer Asia and I expect the same this year.
On a different note, I just wanted to bring up a quick point about investor relations.
I do not talk to them unless I want to clarify a simple thing such as when I have to tender my shares by or asking for a hard copy of annual reports and nothing more.
Because investor relations cannot give you any more information than what is publicly available. A lot of traders and pumpers have been plastering emails received from GRVY investor relations on forums and comments in order to create hype so that’s something to be aware of.
Use investor relations to get information about your company, and not your investment. So easy to cloud your judgment thinking you have hot off the press news.
If you have a stock idea that you wish to share, send it over and if I feel that other readers will benefit from either the way you’ve analyzed or the idea itself, I’ll put it up.
Great way for you to get known, get your idea out there and have your investment critiqued.
Long all stocks mentioned at time of writing.