All I can say management has been working hard and has managed to create future growth by forming partnerships with several new partners in oil and mining on TIV'S lands.
That's a positive start for management.
What becomes of the new projects is in the hands of the new parners and TIV to do the best they can with what resources they have.
I hear you Max, I just feel so let down, Cunningham promised shareholder value, and yes it would make sence for him to get a raise if he made that happen. But so far he has been over promising and under deliver. Same thing last managment did. I have yet to see Cunningham's oil expertise shine. Since I don't know how they are going to pay themselves their salaries, I have to switch my bet.