Yes; too much accounting tricks such as '32 Million Prepayment to Suppliers': Practically selling products using its own money and keep carrying it year in year out on the balance sheet. Somehow it never gets paid.
Also, 10.5 million dollar loss in 'operating cash flow', the one and only honest metric that can not be easily manufactured. Plus, this baby is a 'Reverse Merger'; thus off the reservation in terms of accounting honesty, acceptable internal (accounting) control measures, etc. Have seen this movie over and over again.
The huge operational cash flow loss was what got my attention. Generally since it excludes charges such as stock compensation and amortization it's higher than reported eps. In this case it's so much lower as to beg the question . . . What kind of scam is this?
Tradingexpert I think you're following ME around, lol.