Nicky, I agree with you, and you are especially correct in assuming that I'm not headed to the poor house. If that is what you came away with from my post, I appologise. I just kicking myself for not recognizing the obvious fact that way back, DJ had few shares at stake, so was much more prone to dilute rather than focus on shareholder interest and partner, or outright sell. I should have known better, but I hung on allowing hope to trump reason.
I have never been one to suffer fools lightly, or so I thought, until I turned the test on myself and realized it is I who am the fool! Have been involved with this company for about 15 or so years. Loved the technology. Just kept making excuses to myself re DJ. Any CEO worth his salt would have at least attempted to sell the company after several dilutions, but not this guy. I got caught up in the music spun by this DJ! Not sure I'll ever forgive myself for being stupid for such a long time, but the healing needs to begin by cutting the cord. The assets and intellectual capital of CPST should have been separated from from DJ a very long time ago.