Bumpy's calculated results are the same for 2012: EPS of .07 per share.
Wagner's and Bumpy's results agreeing is a positive. So, if 2013 is going to be strong, does Syntroleum really have the justification to a reverse split just to be ahead of the delisting date? This is very argumentative, and could attract a powerful, and legal class action lawsuit on behalf of shareholders on record on the day a reverse split action is executed by the company. If a R/S is done, and 2013 realizes positive growth taking the proportion stock value above and beyond a $1 at present value with present shares outstanding, then I say lets hire a premium attorney in the field of illegal handling of public company securities. i.e. stock fraud. Execs very well know the upside of their personal stock options available if they reverse split their stock knowing they likely will be having a strong growth in profit thereafter.
I like the continuous exposure his SA articles are bringing. The entire section is starting to turn positive. However, we need them to be making product in order to make profit. Hopefully, positive news before the conference call. Can't believe any management would want to go into an investor call unprepared for the tough questions.