...for the quarter they made .03/share from continuing operations, and another .04/share from discontinued operations. Sure, they wont be profitable every quarter, but it looks like the era of big writedowns is over, and we can look forward to more 'write-ups' of assets/loans.
Oh, forget to mention that VRTA has $3.51 in tangible assets per share. $3.51/share. And the stock is trading at $1.63. Loads of room to move, especially if VRTA decides to buy more of their own stock.