He is being sarcastic for reverse split. But ACTU with $.80/share cash, no debt and positive cash flow and earnigs worth much more than $2/share. S&P conservative calculation put current ACTU value at $2.40(mean target is $2.50). Anyway, with $100 million/year revenue (plus $50 mil cash) the company worth $300 to $350 mil (standard is 3 times revenue). That put ACTU at $5/share for take over.
Only possible way this stock goes to double digits is a reverse split. If it's sold, it would be for 2 X Revenues =$200M/60M shares or a a little over $3.30/share. If not, it'll stay in the $2 range forever.