We all know and cant argue that despite the Good Doctors Hard Work and Development of the Company's technology; industry has not accepted it as a viable option or solution. The Bigger problem I see is that prior to posting this loss the Company had approximately $9 Million Cash and if you deduct the $2.5 M loss; plus I assume the same for the Quarter ending June 30th, the will have about $ 4 M cash left. What all this means, is MORE DILUTION from another capital raise.
I'm on the fence as to a Sell, Hold or Buy; for I love the technology, but also need to accept that no one wants it. Unless they get mainstream use and acceptance; this Company cannot and will not survive.