I totally agree Pres. Many traders are always looking to be in on the ground floor of the next "Microsoft" waiting for the stock to go exponential so they can start raking in the retirement cash but, I don't see that in the near future for BRGO. I alluded to the slow and steady growth strategy in a previous post. <br /> <br /> <blockquote><span style="font-size:90%">Quote:<hr/>Confirmation of current note conversions being completed might stop the elevator from falling but I believe the next quarterly has to confirm no new notes on the books for this issue to have any positive effect on its own. <br /> <br /> The end of, and discontinued use of this tactic to finance Bergio business is what has to be brought to the share holders. Swim or sink time is here. The new business that Berge has PR'd should be enough to at least get the company in a self sustaining position that can be built upon. Berge spent a lot of time and money swinging for the fence trying to land that mega-deal. He fell short so he's trying something new with the retail store and possible private label deals. The store is an opportunity for more exposure. All it takes is for 1 celebrity to walk out of there sporting some Bergio hardware. The possible private label business could provide stable cash flow. </span><hr/></blockquote> <br /> <br /> I think this is the only possible way back for current shareholders. Obviously the quick and easy way out for Berge would be an R/S. While this might serve well for some sort of short term goal, the lasting effects on BRGO the stock would be devestating. So what's it gonna be Berge?