Why would one invest in the first place? Sounds like a loser from your perspective and plenty of companies out there will go up. <br> <br> You laid it all out. There is absolutely no case that you can make to me that the company you just described, the way you described it is investment-worthy. So what is the investment case? <br> <br> And also, I do not hold these guys in awe (your web icon): <br> <br> <a href="https://i2-prod.mylondon.news/incoming/article6530851.ece/ALTERNATES/s1200d/Leonardo-DiCaprio-in-The-Wolf-of-Wall-Street.jpg" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer ugc" target="_blank">https://i2-prod.mylondon.news/incoming/article6530851.ece/ALTERNATES/s1200d/Leonardo-DiCaprio-in-The-Wolf-of-Wall-Street.jpg</a> <br> <br> They are jackals and there is nothing to suggest that being in awe of them is a worthwhile endeavor. I know for a fact that that movie also generally is a caricature of Wall Street as certain people would like it to be seen. It's nothing at all like the day-to-day reality of 98.5%. That is a very small set of people who take things very far, and as a percentage, it's still enough people to do damage. <br> <br> I certainly don't lionize them. Never would.