for my friends out there who bought another microcap a few years back... HNNA has been very good to you. Here's the difference to RENT; they make money (for shareholders too).
HNNA is the advisor of a mutual fund company that has some top performing funds. Unique business model and the key is AUM (assets under management). It keeps growing because the funds have produced for sharedholders and most additional revenue flows to the bottom line (that's shareholders...).
Waiting for this same thing to happen with RENT...and when it does(?).
HNNA.OB for yahoo quote. 2, 3 for 2 splits in the past 14 months. [that's correct, two, three for two splits]
Increasing AUM, and especially increasing shareholder earnings. What's better, mutual fund shareholder performance drives HNNA shareholder performance.
Just starting to catch on. AUM currently at 2.1 or so billion $. How fast to 4 - 5 billion AUM $? Now this is a growth [micro cap] stock...