This stock has essentially flat lined since late 2011. Today's close was exactly what it was (pre-reverse split) on October 7, 2011. It seemed to me then that this one had an excellent chance to move up given the services they provided. I.e, with boomers retiring in massive numbers, the wide range of salutary services they offer are bound to be in demand. But they've burned through cash at a high rate in 2013. It does appear that the new guy has turned the ship around by cutting expenses but revenues have lagged. That they have no LT debt is clearly a plus, but can that last?