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With $60 million in the bank, a big backlog (versus a $14 million market cap), and a management dedicated to fixing the profitability issues, I think the company has enough run way to get through the Covid-19 crisis, turn itself around and return to its former valuations.
Most of these are companies I would never buy in normal times. But I do know that over the years, the opportunistic snapping up of bargains and then thinning them as the market bounces - has consistently generated profits for me. Sometimes the market drops again and I get to do it all over again.
This company is tiny. As I write this, it has a market cap of $3.4 million, an operating business that has been interrupted by COVID-19, and $4 million cash in the bank. Here are some things I like: