I am a huge fan of Pappas family and their life long accomplishments in the restaurant and real estate industries. I was a shareholder up until about 7 months ago. I visited a CIP and the staff informed me of the impending collapse of the store which they told me was one of their best locations. I also watched the dollars being invested in building new cafeterias which I thought was probably the last place a restaurant pro would invest. Fuddruckers is the best of 3 weak brands. I assumed the plan was to purchase these assets super cheap and drive profits through franchising and reducing expenses with economies of scale and improved management. I assumed the cash flow would be used to fund the purchase of a small brand with big growth prospects. My question is why does this stock sell for more than 5 dollars per share?