anything that would lead a change in the company's prospects, other than going broke more slowly, i would suggest that the stock will continue to fall to the mid 30 cent range, and further as the delisting becomes reality. in december you can likely buy it for 20 - 25 cents. this run, however, is done. the compnay ultimately is worth a few million now. but the doors will stay open for another year. and that is something of an accomplishment. however, the product line and the brand have been thoroughly trashed and left behind. a marketing whiz could help here, but how could they retain person's services?
Cue had a clue last time she was with Jones. It was Mr Vanrockclimber that ruined it. HIS EGO was bigger than the company. She is grounded. She has owned and operated her own business with great success. She is now focused on resurrecting Jones Soda. Stick around one more quarter to see the turn around. Delisting is already priced in. Once it hits the pink sheets look for it to go higher.
if it hits the pinks, then you will lose all your investment. cue has really no good idea what to do with company as you heard on the CC. she needs to feel her way around. selling soda is very, very complex and she has only been involved for years. she wants to cut expenses. great. she also appears to have no plan for growth. without incentives, retailers will care little to stock some tiny brand from the 90s. did you hear ideas on the cc? delisting is not priced in. the company is worth almost nothing. money losing companies do not sell for much.