Well, at least we have a time line in which to make decisions even though it is about a year longer than I had hoped. I believe management is being upfront about the costs and time frame so nothing can be gained by continued rubbishing of the company nor should any of us expect any outstandingly positive news for several months. I suspect this letter was released to assuage the angst of some shareholders who, and I plead guilty here, have begun to run out of patience with a seeming lack of progress. Have at it management and I shall focus on my racehorse, cataract surgery and a Hawaiian vacation over the next few months.
Tom. You might be better served by focussing on the mgmt and BOD compensation in view of the ever-declining revenues. Who did these poseurs buy the Montana properties from, what did they pay for them? hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?
That argument lost its effectiveness a long time ago zimmerbros. I can afford to wait another year to see if they succeed on any of the four initiatives the CEO mentioned in his letter and would really like them to monetize the offshore Oz property to help fund the Dingo extension etc. We shall see and in the stated one to two years either I will be rewarded for patience or you will be proven right.