Just a simple question: Did Gevo suggest or the market expect profit for the second quarter of 2013; or did Gevo promise smaller loss than 15.2 million? What was the market's expectation? Obviously 15.2 million loss is too much for you, and if you are long you will sell, if you are short you are celebrating. If they can keep two trains working will the loss be more in the third quarter, how about what happens when all the trains are in the run? Of course all may fail at one point too. I will apprecaite if you may kindly respond.
Bills you did not ask me but Gruber continued to state that they will be in the black in and around the 2nd qtr of 2014. I f they stay on track with this I expect the stock to run at that point. All the iso at this point is as Gruber said "saleable", which means they seem to have the manufacturing under control. He was guarded in my opinion which I personally appreciate and was cautious not to overpromise and potentially underdeliver.