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  • stanmarsh69u stanmarsh69u Mar 19, 2013 10:13 AM Flag

    Only 20 days or so to go...

    ...until the financial results are published for the last quarter. Whenever a company cannot produce enough cash flow to cover expenses (this includes dividends), an investor has to wonder how long it will stay in business. The bullish pumper of the stock contends cash flow will rain from the sky from the leveraged trust investment that, as we all know, is not performing well do date. The bears contend more of the same we have seen in the past few quarters, with cash flow reduced from legal expenses, horrible sales and cash continuing to fly out the door in the form of a dividend with over 51% of it enriching one man.The bears see cash being stripped out of the company before it goes under.

    OK, then. Who is correct? If it is the bulls, what should we expect in terms of any factor that will increase cash flow, and by now much? It it is the bears, at what rate will cash deteriorate now that there are few assets left to sell? This inquiring mind wants to know.

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