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Unless you need to raise equity, the stock price is irrelevant to the buisness.


Therein lies the problem, without money they cannot install systems on hundreds of airplanes that could then generate revenue so they would be profitable and not need money.

The business plan is to install the equipment on a normally five year contract to use their system at a monthly cost.

They actually came within a penny of profit on a recent quarter so methinks they have a chance of making it but dilution has been a long term problem with this fellow. The CEO was one of those perfectionist types that probably should handle the research and stay out of running the business but I think IIRC that move was actually made.

If we all have the same rules it doesn't work.

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