Thank you for your response.
But, I thought "all of OUR" expectations for a great November were driven by the naming of the huge company involved in PL #1 as well as the deal with PL #2 which was supposedly with a sub of a top 5 insurance company.
More info on the Print; TV; and, Radio ads would certainly help. A tweet teasing that print ads looked great sure as hell didn't help/work! I thought the young lady at the Estee Lauder counter looked great yesterday, but, all she wanted from me was my charge card.
I think we were also expecting a robust update on the AN & CM deals. These deals were supposed to TRIPLE our existing revenue stream and we haven't heard a peep about them. Hearing that 20 more locations are selling doesn't tell us anything. Units bought and shipped are the variables necessary to determine how these deals are affecting our revenue stream. Someone suggested to me, that Steve would be touting the units sold at AN & CM if they were significant. Can't argue with that logic. My guess is AN & CM would also want to tout sales #s to stimulate more sales.
We also haven't heard anything about all of the mtgs in Detroit and/or the West Coast. I almost think it would be better to hear "hey, we had the mtgs, but, nothing developed at this time, so, we move on" than nothing at all.
The news on DE debt may turn out to be the key to many future catalysts happening. Write the check today! We have heard DE debt was taken care before. We also heard the same about share reduction and name change.
I hope we are all more right about December and January than we were about November.
Finally, any thoughts on a December SHL and/or any word on quarterly revenue since we haven't heard anything since Sept 14th. Yes, I know that we should see quarterly and annual by January 31, 2019, but, the current quarter ended end of October, right?? Hell, I had to report out on monthly/quarterly revenue by 3rd/4th work day of the following month and we had a whole lot more beans to count than ONCI. The #s were the easy part. The words were the hard part. I suspect the same is true here.