Reputable promoters can high five each other all day long, but if the SALES are poor, so will be investors' pocketbooks.
SALES is and always will be the bottom line for a publicly traded company. At some point investors are going to be intolerant of future sales promises made. I believe investors here are getting close to that point now.
We don't want excuses on this next QE, we want to see SALES. Period!
This is what I was referring to, now that CTSO is on a major exchange and is owned by index, ETF and other market weighted investors. CTSO is going to follow the overall market more now than when it was on the penny exchange.