Sooner or later - I hope - our opinion will be correct I agree with you especially since I have a cost base of 15 and felt this way ever since. As the President of China may be replaced next year, we may have placed our allegence with the wrong team???
Ah, back to the original title of the thread (hah) Not that I think the "pinks" are in the future for SCOK, however, to maintain the Nasdaq Capital Markets listing, the bid price needs to be above $1, and the market cap should be above $35M. Since SCOK only has ~21M shares, the share price needs to stay > $1.67 to keep listed as-is.
Ok, last post on this thread, I promise.
I don't have a positive feeling for the company and the way the stock is behaving. I don't see anything to bring it back near term and there is no company buy back to at least squeeze the shorts. Just seems dead.