The core business of DSS is getting better and that should be what the shareholders should base the value of the stock on. The LTG - Markman should have been the added value when the stock was at $3. Yes we ended up with more share outstanding, but that was due to obtaining $6 million for the shares. There is so much hype on the Markman rulings that has driven the share focus away from the long term value of the company as the new management improves the DSS core business. Everyone should re-focus on the core business rather than only on the lawsuit. Markman may be delayed for a long time, the company lawsuits already won may be worthless in the future if the companies go out of business,..... The LTG law suits are just gravy and not the core business. GLTA
I agree with your overall point however getting $6 million and giving up half the company in additional shares doesn't add up and therefore the decline. The companies core business is slowing improving but it's still not even close to break even so your argument is basically an argument that the market is pretty much fairly valuing the company at this point in time.
It was get the $6 million working cash or go BK soon from what I can tell from their financials. Now they have couple of years to get well in the core business. I wonder if Kodak is going to compete in the DSS printing business. They just got out of BK and said they are going into printing. There must be some money in the business. Kodak is banking on $2B for the business. GLTA