>>>My concern is for the productivity and competence of the managers of this investment<<<
Sorry Freddie, but I have this feeling that you are confused about the price that DBLE trades at, which at these low volumes, is merely a "suppressed price" where rat f#cking market maker manipulators set the price (without having to tie up much capital). This "suppressed price" in no way reflects the underlying value of DBLE.
DBLE's low float just happens to makes this stock an investment appropriate ONLY FOR SHORT TERM, CROOKED MMM'S OR FOR LONG TERM INVESTORS THAT UNDERSTAND DBLE'S RESERVE POTENTIAL. DBLE is not an investment appropriate for those expecting DBLE to trade up on a daily basis.
Freddie old boy, again, if you don't like DBLE, PLEASE sell your shares to me at these ridiculously low prices. Maybe you can use your proceeds to buy blue chip bonds at negative real rates of return???
OTHERWISE, QUIT YOUR BITCHING AND COMPLAINING!!!
DBLE shareholders need to give CFO Brock cudos for pulling off a masterful financial move by placing $40 million of non-dilutive preferred stock, thereby insuring future capx needs and also serving to f#ck up the designs of those who would buy DBLE on the cheap ............. and we know who those folks are ....... they have been hovering around DBLE for years pretending to help DBLE. Too bad guys, with Lonnie Brock on board your rat f#ck games are over ......... Lonnie Brock is the real deal ........ a qualified, honest CFO dedicated to creating shareholder value and thereby thwarting the manipulations of rat f#cks who only know how to manipulate and steal to support their effete lifestyles or to fund the trusts of undeserving, silverspooning offspring.
Btw, Freddie, I am in no hurry to get my money back, I support and respect DBLE's mgmt team ...... especially their ability to create shareholder value. I am not the least bit worried about the attempted manipulations of the rat fucks both NEAR and AFAR.
Freddie, if you are truly 74 yrs old, I certainly understand your sense of urgency. You are probably too old to hold DBLE.
WARNING TO POTENTIAL NEW INVESTORS, IF YOU ARE 74 OR OLDER, DBLE MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR YOUR PORTFOLIO NOR GOOD FOR A REGULAR, DAILY CONSTITUTION.