Trend #1: Their cash and A/Rs keep declining. Trend #2: Their A/Ps and other short term debts keep increasing. Trend #3: The ability of their liquid assets to pay off their A/Ps and other short term debts has fallen below 50%.
Do these three trends deserve a stock price increase? Does this sort of performance justify two execs paying themselves a total of $400K per year?
You have nothing but hot air, incredible predictions and rumors to justify your position, I have the company's own financial reports. I am sure you are tight with the boys. Tell them you need a profitable quarter to goose their stock over $1 to keep it listed. If they forfeit their salaries, that would certainly help matters.
a moron when i said i would not buy at $1.03? i seem to recall. dont argue on the board. discuss. aesp broke support at 85 cents and may look to retest lower support. losses and lower sales are the problem. can they fix it?
leave aesp for now. onto IIJIE. just bounced off bottom today. still a good price. talk on the board is news coming soon. and recall, i am the voice on this board who called for the recent huge friday run up. could i be right this time also.