For those that believed the cc would signal an actual deal in the making, looks like that didn't happen. For those that thought that it would be just business as usual, now we know who was right.
The company points to the global financial crisis in explaining how poeple are leery of making any deal, then in the same breath explains whis is a great time to make a deal because eveything is so cheap. Of course, this business plan was floundering along for years without any deals, before the financial crisis ever happened. It seems the talk is always about buying something then presumably growing it. Not much about, say, a reverse merger, where Clarus is the surviving company and the investor has the majority. I wonder why that is. Just my humble opinion.
I have been "searching" for a second home for more than 3 years. I thought the market was over valued and I have been proven correct. I have placed a bid on a SHORT sale property and am awaiting the banks response.
I bought a second home myself, and it has already appreciated by 20 percent. There are always deals, you have to look in the right place. In any event, your analogy is full of holes. Why don't you tell me why no-one is talking about a reverse merger?