A recording of Chester's performance will be on that website in maybe a couple weeks.
This "preferred shares" scheme is "novel" and confusing, similar to his "novel" attempt to do something (I never quite figured it out) with 4 oil companies in the early 2000's, which resulted in the SEC issuing a "Cease and Desist" order against Chester.
Get with a competent (or at least an un-SEC-sanctioned) securities attorney to see if she or he can figure this stuff out.
I am curious if it will drop today since Chester has given himself and his Board members the "right" to exchange their $1.60 warrants for HALF of the closing price of the last trading day of each month.
IF any of them actually believe that MNTR can do well, this is a nice way to obtain stock at much less that the general public can.
Nice to be a "friend of Chester" and an insider.
a neat way to get naïve and/or new warrant holders to send some of their hard-earned cash to Chester for he and his insiders to spend on themselves and his (three, that I know of) lawsuits.
Chester pays himself and his in-house accountant $120,000 a year each.
Since MNTR doesn't actually make any money, Chester just has to keep raising new money to keep paying himself and his accountant their salaries.