Gilda99 Tuesday, 01/26/21 01:58:57 PM Re: AUaft post# 17452 Post # of 17477 You say: "There has been essentially no dilution of shares from back when it was it was above $3.50?" Say what? I can't blame you for having trouble following the financial disclosures, with the exception that for years the Company stumbled along with fewer than 45M outstanding Common shares and the Common B shares didn't exist prior to the KBI acquisition. Today, there are 320,837,536 Common Series A shares outstanding and 100,000 Common Series B shares outstanding - the increases resulting from the KBI acquisition after which there is no noticeable improvement in the Company's liquidity or profitability. I applaud the Company's improved disclosures, but I continue to posit the question: Is Atlantic Wind & Solar a Going Concern? I've been very patient, so show me the proper disclosures and show us some operating results for your time and efforts expended. Gilda Quote:I have owned a good chunk of this company for over 6 years. As it retreated to its present "valuation" I liquidated most of my holdings, but kept a foot in the door - so to speak. I have a portfolio of green companies of which this is one and the whole sector is experiencing a lift since November 3rd. If you want to be able to say "I bought AWSL when it was a dime," load up. This IS THE dip. There has been essentially no dilution of shares from back when it was it was above $3.50, in fact they did a 1 for 4 reverse in 2010, so this could easily sustain $1-2.00 per share and it's a good company doing really good things. With the Biden administration's greener outlook than the previous's, this could be AWSL's break out moment.