(yes...sorry, this about investing) Somebody tell me why they don't believe JMBA is now very much undervalued? The company recently warned that it won't be growing as fast next year as they originally wanted. I say GOOD!!! Their earnings weren't as good as they wanted this most recent quarter. Overall though, the company is "fairly" financial stable. Even though they are a little in debut, they've reduced their debt a nice amount last quarter and their focus right now is fixing their financials. Their TTM PE excluding extroadinary items is 9.7 times. The price fell over 30% with the warning from a little over 4 to about 3.13. Their book value per share is 6.32 (although their tangible book value is lower than I'd like at .81). I own a little bit of this stock at about 4 and plan on adding a nice amount at the current levels of 3ish. So tell me why this stock is not a bargain at these levels and the crash of 30% was not strictly an overreaction by wall street because of their slowing growth. I believe that this a value investor's dream. The company is going to throw growth out the window and instead will focus on the financial fundamentals. I think this stock has the potential to double over the next 3-4 years as the company sorts itself out and starts to grow again.