Zach you forgot the most important part to tell everyone and that is companies have up until 45 days after the quarter end to file the 13F form. So by the time a 13F form is filed it was probably based on a purchase of shares when JE had a quick spike earlier in the quarter to $7 + and then a quicker retreat. That 13F only has to report when a company/shareholder had over a certain value in assets. It doesn’t have to say if they currently still hold those assets. Not a very experienced understanding of SEC financial trading and filings.
@FloridaGarden ,, therefore to elaborate a company is willing to pay more than we are now because they are aware there is much more profit on the table . So it says two things the stock is valued or sought and this stock is severely undervalued underpriced at current stock price levels.
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