In the conference call, Haig answered "yes" to a direct question whether the first quarter would show a profit. Assuming that Haig doesn't want to lose all credibility, release of the financials for the current quarter should propel the stock higher.
Q: Do you expect to be profitable each quarter this year?
A: That's what we are aiming for, and we have strategies to address and deliver precisely that.
Q: Including the first quarter?
Doesn't sound like he made any promises to me. Just the typical answer without really answering which is common to politicians and business people predicting future improvements. I'll be happy if they make a profit, but I'm expecting another break-even quarter. If they have a significant loss I'll be very disappointed.