In legal land, words mean everything. Having written law, I've had debates for hours on exactly which specific word should be used in certain circumstances. One word can change the meaning of something entirely. "Must be concluded" says it all. Not "should". Not "may". The word "must" was used. Looks like FINRA's back is against the wall. I hope this was a warning shot from the attorneys to let FINRA know that the time for them to unnecessarily hold back the ticker change is coming to an end.
I still believe $1 is very possible by end of August. But it might not be under DOLV. It will be under JBMY and it will go there almost instantly when it does. The Jinbo corporation reverse merging into us is worth BILLIONS of dollars in revenue. A penny stock sending out a letter talking about dividends???? Find me another pink sheet company doing that.
This company will surpass Tesla (which isn't even profitable, yet look at the stock price) in sales and will do it with ease. Our company is backed by a communist government (think mandated trade imbalances) with a captive market of 4 billion people... The same government that has taken the lead role in reducing carbon emissions and pollution after the US pulled out of the Paris Accord. China must now step up and set the example.
Our company owns the patents to the battery technology. A communist country will VERY likely REQUIRE foreign corporations to incorporate Chinese technology in their product as part of the trade agreement if they want to do business in China (think about the recent Tesla announcement).
This company has taken extra steps not required by a pink sheet stock to meet FINRA demands NOT placed on other companies. This is because the company will eventually be traded on NASDAQ. Why else expend the money and time to do something or necessary?
This is a 1:1 reverse merger with no reverse split. NASDAQ will squire a $4 value. It's currently at .05. Read this line again and let it sink in.
There are international Asian trade agreements in place. There are contracts for buses in the Bahamas. Battery changing stations. Batteries production for other car manufacturer's. Advertising revenue. Buses, taxis, police cars....
My suggestion: buy as much as you can. For $1000, you get 20,000 shares. If it hits NASDAQ, you have $80,000. If it goes nowhere, the support is at .04 and you lose $200. That's one hell of a risk/reward ratio. If the hype is wrong then you lose almost nothing. But if the hype is right.....
The dominos have been set up. All one has to do is look. And the first one is about to tip over.