What I meant was that part of the proceeds for the purchase of Adkarma can be paid in either cash or shares. If shares have risen substantially then that can save the company money.
Today's chart looks like there is a buy order sitting at 31.50
Actually Rusty, I think my desire to see the SP rise is far greater than theirs. They get paid in shares and cash whatever happens, we just lose the cash we have trusted them with.
The bod have a vested interest in eventually getting this share price up. I believe part of the deferred adkarma purchase can be paid in either cash or shares. Seems like this has happened in the past and share price has risen quite strongly to accommodate. Heres hoping.
How to keep positive
1. Be Grateful Even if it seems everything is going wrong, there are things that are going right. Be grateful the share price is not in the low 20s. 2. Look for the Silver Linings Richard Griffiths has been buying shares 3. "Often the Greatest Doubts Occur Just Before a Breakthrough" Is price about to breakthrough 200 moving average? 4. Look at the Big Picture and Focus Even if it’s just tiny steps every day, stay focused on the share rise, and keep moving forwards. 5. Discouragement is Just a Trick Have a destination far beyond where we are today. 6. Keep Reading Inspirational Articles Reading the other posts can motivate you to stay positive 7. Have a Break Have a Kitkat!!! Summary Hang in there. This period will pass.
Joy and Lundon79
Please keep up the good work. At least some posters have some positivity. I hope I live long enough to see some of the neg ferrets eating humble pie. Time will tell.
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