XFML leverages XFL's proprietary financial content to create high quality programming, financial print publications and advertising which targets the prime demographic group of high net worth Chinese individuals. Sounds like a pretty good long term area to be in.
XFML is a "busted IPO" which came out at $13 a share but has now dropped to around $8.00. It had some corporate governance issues reported back in May that killed the stock price, but most of this was caused by a few disgruntled employees at Glass Lewis who went to work for a competitor. There are also some shareholder class action lawsuits related to the post-IPO stock price drop. But these law suits have almost become automatic whenever any stock price drops because of all the class action securities lawyers looking for work.
I believe most of the XFML negatives are out, and we are starting to see some positive developments. Here are some of the things I like about XFML:
1) Sponsorship: Vinik Asset Management acquired 2 million shares in the first quarter of 2007. Jeff Vinik is a savvy active trader, so his XFML position may have changed since then, but we at least know that XFML is on his watch list.
2) Stock buy back of $50 million was recently announced.
3) The company is growing rapidly. On July 9, XFML raised its second quarter revenue guidance up to $27-29 million from $23 million.
4) XFML recently acquired Beijing Mobile Interactive Co. in June 2007 which sells mobility, interactive products and services to the booming mobile phone population in China. Their other advertising sales and services businesses are also growing rapidly.
Full Disclosure: I am long shares of XFML.
XFML 4-mo chart