I always buy TBE when it's down, hold for a while collecting dividends, sell when it starts hitting the top of its range. It's a buy again at these levels. Ignore people crying and just look at what it is and compare to peers. No doubt undervalued. Although TBE seems to be perpetually undervalued in my eyes. But that's why I always sell at a pretty conservative price and always wait for a nice crash to buy in again. It hasn't failed me yet on this one, and I've been repeating this for quite a while now. It's a good stock that always gives buying opportunities with 'bad' news. It's great. If they never had any 'bad' news for me to buy on, I'd never make any more than the dividend.