They need to show us the revenue growth. It ran with a lot more revenues in the past with the stock price around a buck. They need to show us the money or put the company up for sale. What is the real reason CFO#3 resigned? Why do we not yet have a replacement.
I've held the stock and a lot of it for many years. It's been the same old story quarter after quarter.
Based on current numbers IPAS should already be at $5. During Nasdaq rally of the 1990's (when the Nasdaq was flying past 3400) a stock like IPAS would ALREADY be at $8-10. Anybody who was trading micro-caps at that time remembers this well.