I totally agree, but I think they realize now that it has to stop, and with the increased revenue maybe they will have the ability to put an end to it.
It's just not enough for them to promote big exciting things coming and expect that to attract new buyers while also using the stock as an ATM for pennies on the dollar. They have to see that by now. You can't do both indefinitely, the buyers will disappear in time. But if you can just attract new buyers, you won't have to be giving it all away for nothing. It HAS to stop. They know it, apparently are aligning to do just that, and if you really study the numbers (10-Qs's) there is significant and considerable progress that has been made-IMO. If I didn't think so, I would not be here.
If they are truly not creating more, or much more, of the "toxic" dilution now, and I believe that to be the case, then the question is how much is still out there being worked through? That I have no idea, but hopefully one fine day that selling pressure will go away and the brakes will come off.
IDK, but maybe we will see some really good news that gets enough new buyers to wipe out whatever is left. Something about better financing might help, if that were the case, or maybe another good qtr with solid net income to pay off old debts.
Also, besides the Ambassador program, maybe it would help to get a favorable article in a well respected news outlet, or two, or three. If they could get them to learn a little about the company they might see it as a great story. Of course if the price were to shoot upwards, then those outlets seem to come to them. I would love to read a few good, impartial, articles about this company.
Well other than the good revenue numbers out this week, it was pretty much quite and the overall market was pretty uninspiring this week too. So this is how it went, home, home in the range. This triangle covers several months, but coming to an end soon, either going out with a whimper, or a bang, we will see soon.