That's a philosophical difference then. To me, the "floor for the stock" is the liquidation value, modified by the profits/losses expected in the near term. To me, an imaginary company (not NTE) that's breaking even, has $100M in the bank, and a factory that could be sold to another company for $100M, is then worth over $200M, and so the market cap should never go below that value. I think that's a very typical way of looking at it.
But, whatever, let's agree to disagree. I think we can agree we are getting a bargain either way.