I decided not to play this dividend stock after some research.
1. This company issue dividend because they wanted to sell their business or asset, rather than expand operation like most other companies.
2. Because of this, the stock price does not bounce back like most other dividend play stock. When the company issued $1.6 dividend/share on June 3, 2013, the stock price dropped $1.6 from $3.18 to $1.63, which was slightly higher than yesterday's close price of $1.58. Stock holders get only $0.05 gains if the price holds at this level in last 6 months. After this dividend issuing on Dec 23, 2013, the stock price will drop $0.45 and most likely not bounces back.
3. If we know the company's revenue amount and how long it lasts, holding this stock and total dividend amount form now on might be more than the amount lost in stock price decrease down the road.
Before I know the information in #3, I will not touch this stock.