I doubt the auction would bring in much. In fact, I would not be surprised if it triggerred a write-off. Long term, the company is still under value of course. I'm going to stay on the sideline for now, but I'll be keeping an eye on this for another entry point.
Do you know if we get any revenue from housing the X-37 after it landed? I know that it was taken to our facilities but I don't really know what sort of services we would provide them after the plane has returned.
Its going to be close, either way. I'd go with break even, +/- 1 Million on either side. I can't see it being a large loss because costs simply aren't that high and it won't be a huge profit because the launch schedule didn't indicate huge revenues.
What is certain is that the current quarter is going to be profitable, as are the next 2-3. I don't see why anyone should be trading this stock downward when it is expected based on the launch schedule for us not to be pulling in a profit. If we do stay in the red, it won't be for much and that should be a reminder that the company has done well to mitigate losses during a slow year.