yeah i wrote 10% instead of 15%, my bad.... i think of it this way: with a yield of 16% over the next 13 months as you stated, you first hope that the company will continue paying that dividend (at this rate, they are not making enough to sustain a 5% yield lol), secondly, imo, the share price is going to be below your 2.55 13 months from now, i would be surprised if its above 2.00 , and if that dividend is cut any more or completely removed, good luck staying above 2.00. I learned the hard way in investing in a company that doesnt make money. DGI has done well for me in its day, but i dont see too many bright moments in the future

none the less, good luck to all, hopefully it turns itself around