Anyone care to comment? Seems like the company is working its way through its issues. The relationships the current board has with some of the players in the market coupled with their personal net worth/ownership of other entities makes this appear to be what some might call a 'slam dunk'. Just look at the recent elections to confirm this statement.
I assume it is a timing issue only, but again ask for comments. If 34% of the operation is available for a $5.75/sh price WHY is the share price 20% below what one would think is a "strike" price??
I have concluded that the recent share price decline to about $4 is a buying opportunity. Have not seen any adverse news or SEC filings regarding business operations to justify the decline. Perhaps a large shareholder wanted to unload some shares?