So, in an hour or so we will be treated with yet another STAA quarterly earnings (or lack thereof) release.
The only mystery will be just how excuses will be proffered in the form of contuining Non-GAAP adjustments. These are commonly called "woulda, coulda., shoulda" items that make management feel better about yet again failing to generate real earnings. They are also designed to placate novice investors sleep better at night knowing that STAA management really did perform and the company is prepared to rocket to financial nirvana.
Anyone know whether or not Beamwood is buying into those excuses?