And lets not forget, a few hundred million in operating losses from the past few years they can use to shrink their tax burden.
It won't matter though. Jack Lief will be typically dimwitted, will not say anything to help the stock price (which you really cannot blame him he can go to prison) and anything he says, no matter how positive, the shorts, Cramer and Manurestein will be slamming it like it's a complete failure.
The crooks can use good numbers as "not good enough", or fell short of where they should be, etc.
Bottom line tomorrow, the share price will act like it has been the last few weeks.