...the gesture is still worth something. Our CEO followed through...
Agreed. Remembering naysayers complained INAR shares would never be issued. Well they were.
With that said, HNSS share price at rock bottom. No doubt HNSS management partially to blame. Why? The record shows they failed to deliver to investors on a number of public announcements thus credibly exposing themselves to potential legal action. Why? In the financial arena, the legal system loves repetition in wrongdoing because patterns translate to easy convictions. Have we seen such patterns with this stock? Excuse me, does Santa have whiskers?
However, issuing INAR shares was certainly a good faith gesture on management's part. Let's hope a year or so down the road those same matured restricted shares have value (at least momentarily hitting the pause button on the obvious pattern of deception). Shame to see late middle-aged gentlemen towing the ball-and-chain to the visitation room wondering if they can hold their water long enough to greet loved ones. I guess anything is possible.