Yes, they will be cash positive with more asset sales. But isn't this what they did last year? Sold Genesis for $1.5 billion. Since then, they have burned through $1.1 billion of that cash. By the time they have to make debt payments in July, it is unlikely any of it will be left. It will have all been used up in operations. So they will need to sell even more assets. This is why the stock is $1.01 and analysts hate it.
I like the way you respond to facts by making personal attacks, rather than providing intelligent responses. And everyone knows why. Because you have no answer. You know I am right. But you are one of those people whose false pride makes them unable to admit to any mistakes. So instead of joining those calling for change at the top that will salvage our investments, you stick your head farther and farther up Ben's butt, while he continues to lose your life savings. And if you think Ben doesn't laugh at fools like you that enable him to shaft his shareholders, than you are even dumber than your posts. And you call anyone else pathetic? You are laughable.