Robert Johnson II Wednesday, 09/04/19 09:30:46 PM Re: TAZMANS post# 4578 Post # of 4924 I will give it a shot Taz. The first payment for the 20,443,586 shares shows up in the filings and also the shares issued for it. However the shares were valued at .028 as opposed to the .244 you show in your post. Which is only worth $572,420 and they checked “no” where the form asks if the shares were discounted. Yet they claimed they received a $5 million payment. So that math doesn’t add up. The other 3 share costs for 2019, 2020, and 2021 are estimates based on a cost per share that may or may not be realized at that time , so I can’t speak to that. As far as the share structure, the current. Outstanding shares are at 456,647,054 with Authorized being 500 million as of 08/30/2019. I don’t see another class of shares listed for AABB. There are only 43,352,946 shares left to issue, so there are not enough shares left to issue that 57 mill for the 2019 payment, at the .244 price, but would work at a .20 cost per share for the $9 million equity investment. However .20 would make one hell of a payday, but it is a long way from where we are now under .01, and that would still max out the share count. I would hazard a guess that the Authorized shares will be raised soon to a range between 750K - 1 Billion. The other option is to do a reverse split. Better for us to raise Authorized. Most of the shares issued over the past 4-6 months have been for debt conversion according to the filings. They show 7.6 million in cash and equivalents so why not pay off the debt and keep the shares for the equity investor? They could easily pay it off. They issued approx 30 million shares in August but I cannot say for sure why until the next filing, but the recent history has been debt conversion. Maybe they will shed some light on things tomorrow, with the main one being a verifiable location of the mine. © Redistribution of this material in whole or in part,without express and written permission from this post’s author, is strictly prohibited"