Genomer Monday, 10/22/18 11:16:18 PM Re: grantastic post# 35607 0 Post # of 35929 Turning a positive cash flow would assist with paying off the loans. Logic would dictate that better revenues would alleviate the need to convert debt. I've been using the accumulated deficit as a cover-all for the financials and share structure. Those companies I previously listed were the result of what you just explained in that they max out the share structure before multiple R/S actions. The root of it all is toxic converted debt, agreed. SVTE did not avoid this in 2016 and 2017, that's for sure. The hope was that they'd change their financing strategy this year. We haven't seen any positive proof. We've also been in the dark the whole time so who knows. Pulling away from the consistent note conversions would renew interest, I agree. I still believe that the Company can turn the corner, assuming their revenue stream is increasing as advertised.