$46,340,000 market capitalization / 74,009 owned rigs & trailers = $626 per unit
That presumes the HQ building in Kansas, all owned terminals, and the thousands of leased rigs are worthless.
Fight fire WITH fire, accumulate more shares today, call your brokers and demand physical shares. Brokers can't house short shares that are not in accounts...demand physical shares to help break the short scum!
I never said they had zero debt remaining. Sounds like $13K debt per unit is nothing compared to going out and buying new rigs at $42,000+ each. This is not a static situation. The rigs are HIRED and PAID to make runs = cash flow and profit! Economic recovery in 2010 will help bury the short scabs!