That is losing 20% of cash per quarter and giving stock to execs.
Zacks Investment Research reports that the 2013 Price to Earnings ratio for TEAR is -18.23 vs. an industry ratio of -290.40, implying that they will have a higher earnings growth than their competitors in the same industry.
From CEO (call). Cash burn down a million from last quarter. Expect similar significant improvements in cash flow as revenue ramps (per razor blade model) in upcoming quarters.
Cash is not a problem. Besides an offering would not bother me in the slightest ... have to fund that 486% growth on the front end and then reap in the massive profits for years to come.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Listen to the call, he just explained that.
Takes some spending to get 400% ++ growth. timman, your fear and desperation is really showing here.
The voice of reason. They are down to $12.3 million in cash and it bleeds everyday. More dilution coming.