I think I called one of my posts a "public service", about what, six months ago? I mean get over it. The fact that people are still bringing it up on almost a weekly basis is pretty funny. As I said here recently the term was used facetiously, which was so obvious that for one not to see that indicates a low level of intelligence and/or reading comprehension. Maybe I'm analyzing too much. They're probably just stupid.
Us bashers, including myself, get called a lot of names here, but I'm still waiting for someone, anyone, to refute my financial analysis of this company. I've never made any predictions about the share price of this company, up or down, and have repeatedly said that this company could very well become successful. I guess people read into things what they want to rather than what is. Again, I'm analyzing too much. It's probably stupidity.
Right, we have a different philosophy. Who cares? Well, investors should care, in other words those who regard themselves as owners of a business (even though the ownership is partial). Investors (or in different words, those with a long-term perspective) eventually share in the earnings of the company they have a stake in. There isn't much to share if the company goes bankrupt, which is a possibility with BEAV, especially in the latter part of this decade.