"Currently our cash requirement leaves us with a cash shortfall of approximately $900,000 per month."
ok, I read it. Is this the reason why the stock was trading at 83 cents a few days ago? That the stock would have been trading at a much higher price if the company was actually making money? And some people thought Ed's buying at 85 cents confirmed their belief that there was upside potential in this stock?
If this company was making money, or had positive cash flow, the stock wouldn't have been trading at 83 cents, correct? And that a lot of the people holding long positions in the stock thought it could go to zero, or could triple, and they were comfortable with that risk?
And this cash burn was the reason you thought this stock was a strong sell at 83 cents, correct?