Again nicehit. All good and valid questions and concerns, <br /> <br /> All we can do is look at what Paul has done in the past for his loyal shareholders. A couple of examples would be how he compensated the original shareholders and later the elimination of the anti-dilution clause for insiders, plus while some will argue the merit, Paul has bought back and cancelled shares. Only to have things beyond his control cause the company to dilute again. <br /> <br /> Keep in mind too that the financials are only through June 30th. A lot may have transpired since then that is being kept under the radar of the manipulators. Additionally, large brokerages (if any are involved) tend to call the shots with respect to the timing of announcements. <br /> <br /> I think too Paul has realized that some "shareholders" have lied to him about their allegiance to the company in order to gain his trust only to double cross the company by spreading erroneous information. <br /> <br /> And finally, if I were insecure I would have never invested in the first place.