Right. An unfortunate statement at that time for sure as the net result was that "the market" decided it didn't have a year in which to let their cash sit stagnant and the stock summarily tanked. Well, a year has passed and the cash is finally being put to use (it's needed). Does that mean we get to ride this thing back up to 25.50 where many got into their first investment? I believe that such may be the case. Especially if and when the company can prove that the expensive advertising campaigns are producing the desired result; income.
Nothing at least, compared to what this stock will be selling for once our new mine in Mexico is up and running. While it might take some time to get in the double digits, you will see it trading in terms of dollars not sense. Just don't forget to buy before it takes off. Its cheaper than cheap right now because there has NEVER been any income in the history of the company. All of that is about to change.