You have a very good question.
There are two things that a company that is publicly traded could do:
1. Come out and say that their business is performing as expected.
2. Come out and say that there was some kind of a material event that should affect the company's value.
Doing none of the above makes me wonder if the management understand that if you let stock price go down
for no reason it will affect their ability to get financing through either banking institutions or secondary markets. It does not make any sense to sit idle and do nothing.
This company will need outside financing (their opportunity is too big for their size) and brookfield will not want to get too exposed.
low stock price (especially for no good reason) will limit their opportunity to recruit capital and ramp up
production in a timely manner.
disclosure: long at just above $0.35 average (been averaging down for two weeks now) and curious as to
what is going on.