...to soon to be ex-CFO Jonathan Shultz for abandoning the USS BMPI before she sinks to the bottom the Gulf of Bieber. And I'm sure he's not alone. More than likely he has a well stuffed duffel bag full of shareholder money next to him in the life raft. It's usually not a good sign when a CFO suddenly leaves a "promising" company. But what do I know?...I'm just one of the few retail suckers remaining on this wreck praying that by some realization of a miracle we avoid colliding with that iceberg ahead.
Hmmm. Is it possible an early stage company might replace its CFO from the beginning with a CFO with more experience as that company grows and becomes more viable and enters a more advanced stage? Just an observation, but you failed to mention that the replacing CFO was the prior CFO of a somewhat known company called AMERICAN EXPRESS. You in no way can see this as a possible upgrade? Play the company not the stock!
Note that she's a FORMER executive with AMEX. Why did she leave? Even if she was poached, why on earth would she take a position with a company like BMPI that's very doubtful as an on going concern? While possible, just because Ms Petry was once employed by AMEX doesn't necessarily make her an "upgrade".
Moose since you are underwater dont stress or if you cant separate the emotion sell what shares you have , take the loss and walk. Fretting on every move isnt worth the stress. Just some simple advice. If it helps you griping about every move then continue on.