The market cap right now is less than the value of the land and cash on hand that this company will have after they sell it. It will be interesting to see how they capitalize on that cash. The numbers for the remaining businesses seem a lot more sustainable. I'm in for the long haul.
"Following the transaction, we expect our balance sheet will be much stronger due to a lower debt burden and higher equity. We also expect to be able to liquidate the land assets in Maoming that could potentially provide as much as $30-40 million cash gain."
And the market cap is like 50m. Add the equity in the three additional businesses and growth factors, I see upside on this stock right now. At least we don't have to worry about deleting now, with the market cap being over $50m.