It's a no-brainer, my friend. The management team has been taking much of their pay in the form of shares of common stock in lieu of cash. In the early stages of the company's growth, this helps to cut down on even more dilution, and a management group with the experience that this group has, being willing to do that
, speaks volumes about where they intend to go with this. They wouldn't do that EVER if all they were after was a fat paycheck at the expense of shareholders. This is definitely NOT one of those companies.
They are all heavily invested, so their interests are 100% aligned with ours and then some. What this means is that increasing shareholder value is a MAJOR personal interest for the folks in our wheelhouse. Debt will continue to be reduced and maintained in an ideal range, and the share structure adjusted with buybacks when possible. When the revenue really gets moving, and it will, less and less dilution will be required and then the share reduction can be accelerated. $$ RMHB $$