Know that I am down as well. I understand your frustrations and you have some good questions.
IMO, at this point and time, the pps is a direct reflection of the technicals. That is more than I care to go into detail about but if you have kept up with this company you know where we are.
YGYI has made many positive steps in the right direction but has a long way to go.
So why to I preach "Patience"? I do so because I have seen progress. Like I said before, "steps in the right direction". I see potential. But, I also felt like it could take a minimum of 5 years to achieve some of the companies goals and objectives. It may take much longer.
Rather than complain, I ask for answers. Consider calling the company, asking questions and expressing your concerns.
I have a choice. I can sell and move on or I can patiently wait and hope that YGYI's direction and goals continue to be met with a positive reflection on the pps.
I'm with you dgordon.
And yes, many of us that have been here for the past 2 1/2 years have nothing to say to the idiots that post recently. Kids will be kids. Obviously, very immature.
findknowledge- By responding to this jerk, he got what he wanted. Under your skin. No other reason for his absurd post. Please ignore.
Many strange, imbalanced, insecure, ignorant and immature folks on the MB's these days.
YGYI is moving forward.
Could be better--BUT, could be a Hellavalot worse.
Thanks Prem. I listened to part of the call but lost my phone signal. From what I did hear, Briskie is being very realistic and upfront.
For what it is worth- I am hanging in there. I have my reasons.
I have been through the merger, R/S, etc. with you and other investors.
Seems everyone has their own opinion as to how this company is evolving.
No need to pump or bash IMO.
TRTB- Ever heard of Karma?
As if you care.
Took a bad situation and rather than turn it around- took all you could.
There are still some crumbs on the table. Hurry before someone makes off with what was theirs.
See ya on the flip-flop,
Last PR. "Off and Running".
Obviously, the new management does not have what it takes to make this company successful.