Judging from the growth of the company's profit for the past few quarters (dwindling), I would not recommend a buy. The growth has been slowed down and the latest quarter has registered the lowest earning in about 6 years. I would wait for the coming QR to make a decision.
1. Can the smart money compete with the public? 2. If they could buy at the bottom and sell at the top with VSA, why aren't they the richest men? 3. Smart money does not win all the time. Not even half of the time.
Have good short term prospect. The operator is pushing down to buy at a cheaper price. By doing this of course he will lose money or will run out of money eventually if investors are still buying. Eventually price will appreciate.