It is almost a similar story to PSN. On the positive side both have good dividends and on the negative a supposed reduced market (due to technological change for DGI and competition for PSN). Interesting note that Jason Donville mentioned DGI when he discussed the PSN story and meltdown on BNN last night. He predicts a partial comeback for PSN in January after the tax loss selling and by inference indicated that DGI would recover. Both stocks will have a good sustainable dividend (in PSN case even if they cut in the future). So a potentially good time to be buying in. There might be a bit of a downdraft for DGI in January after the last monthly dividend has been paid but the stock price should built from there (so perhaps you should wait until then??).