I've read that Hopkins (leaving the company) is focused on "starting up" companies vs. running them for the long term. He often develops a business and hands it to a leadership team that can grow the company regarding it's intended business...in this case to start pumping oil and gas vs. just buying the property. I'm hoping this is another step towards the maturity of BQI and he's allowing a team that has come from successful companies in producing the product and driving profits.Only time will tell. I'm staying in the trusty 'ol dollar cost averaging...so buying more while it's low but holding the $1.25 shares too.
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