For quite some time, I have been an avid follower of Flexible Solutions International (NYSEMKT:FSI). I last wrote about FSI in October of 2012, and since, its volume and share price remained relatively stagnant with the exception of recent trading activity. Following October of 2012, FSI's stock price bottomed out forming a double bottom support line at $0.80 per share. Despite the negative sediment of pure uncertainty that forced this decline, an optimistic outlook surrounding FSI's operating performance was quick to be priced in. And after the release of solid operating results for Q2 2013, strong buying activity forced its share price out of the slums. In order for FSI to be sustainable in the long-run, there's no...
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