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Command Security: New Contracts Should Pave Way To Increased Shareholder Value

Over the last few weeks, Command Security Corporation (MOC) had some pretty good news. The company announced it was awarded two separate $80,000,000 and $50,000,000 contracts for a term of three and four years, respectively. That would typically be excellent news for a company trading near a market capitalization of about $28m. Although with the way the stock reacted, you would never know it. The stock has picked up only $3m of market cap since the contracts were disclosed, and is now basically flat since the start of the year. But these situations are precisely the type of opportunities I'm interested in: finding stocks where the market is acting inefficiently and buying them before the inflection point is

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