I agree with algo41. That said, it still appears more and more to me that there will be little growth in this company or its stock unless something different is done. I invested in TLF thinking as a niche business it had a chance to steadily grow its stock price. Now I consider TLF as a speculative investment, hoping for a buyout or drastic change in direction, such as buying back shares with the goal of taking it private. But I doubt that will ever happen. We'll see when a new CEO is appointed.
I still question the idea of having 3 international stores and if I were the interim CEO I'd sure book a global trip to get a visual inspection of those stores. Might have to spend a week at each one located in the United Kingdom, Spain and Australia!!