IVRT Monday, 10/21/19 01:41:10 PM Re: Mcoyle72 post# 63688 Post # of 65482 I would speculate indefinite, until you see one filed. The odds are never. LAHO did not file for two years plus and agreed to be removed, from public trading. LAHO does not have to file. They can say they are, but it is not required. LAHO is a private entity now. You may never hear from them again...well may be a couple more times, if you are lucky. If LAHO was so diligent, why did they have their address, with the SEC incorrect, unless they never planned on filing again and expected to be delisted? Knowing this could happen at anytime, why did LAHO announce a merger with GSCG? Why didn't GSCG do their due diligence and verify the LAHO address was correct, with the SEC too? If both of them were so inept to not catch this simple flaw, why do you think they will follow through now? If LAHO has a flawed past, you can bet they will never file again. Two years of not filing, with the SEC plus the 2019 filing coming due makes a person suspect the return, of LAHO to trading publicly very unlikely. aimho I do not provide investment advice. This post is my personal opinion.