all depends how and what you look at on a balance sheet.
300+ M in debt, yes but ANS also has 141M in CASH. WEF has 9.7M in cash.
Our 141M will coast us though the lull times which is right now.
We will have one more stellar quarterly,(realistically add another 32M) then its going to be lackluster for a couple quarters.
Hopefully by next year, when the housing rise starts again, we will be ready with the high level mill.
I also see the wef fans are saying that some big entity is selling shares to try and keep the stock price down. I'm sure you and all your experience figured out why people are selling WEF. Its pretty clear, if you don't have dollar signs in your eyes.