You should have written "I had Great Expectations" but learned my lesson. A
After becoming the largest shareholder in this company (still am) and having every piece of knowledge possible about the company, it still has not worked out. Why? Too much of talk and not enough of the walk.
This company can generate $6 million per year in revenue and develope exciting products that you see on store shelves on a daily basis but can't do much else, so far. There was no reason to not have "Great Expectations". However, the lesson learned is that when you rely on someone else to make the right business decisions, you are asking for trouble. When the revenue stream becomes stagnant and unproductive, speculators leave. Over time, new speculators show up but if the plan does not change, once again, "Great Expectations" fizzle. The problem with Ceapro is that they have never been able to match up the talk with the ability to move the stock so that speculators could get interested or excited about something.
When it comes to ALYI, there are skeletons in the closet and they are doing the same thing, lots of talk, enough news which creates revenue but, SO FAR, nobody cares. For Ceapro, NOBODY has cared for years. As the largest shareholder, I can't get out because there is no interest in the company so the only thing left is "hope". Please learn the lesson, the fact that ALYI can't or won't solve the shorting issue nor get the stock up off the floor is a red flag.