Hi Cope, they have made a few bad acquisitions in the past, but that was in the prime of the good times where everything that people touched turned out well, then last year at the start of the R..... These bad acquisitions started costing them and so they had start cutting the bad limbs off, but once they have got rid of these then their core business can but money in the bank instead of carrying the bad apples. So it will take a few good results to really jump but long term at these levels is great.
If you have the time for this one it will pay off in the long run 5yrs or so. Just look when you are driving around town there is a Supergroup truck on every corner. They are not closing shop. So the right strategy here is not to overload but just take a little each month, use the majority of your cash on other better quality stocks. But that little bit each month will eventually be a Supergroup of cash!
They had a lot of debt and parts of the business that was costing them money and it looked uncertain as whether they would get through paying for their sins. This stock will really only move when a few better results come through and when the stock market is really fully priced and people dont know where to put there money anymore.