I agree with everything that you have said EXCEPT "ignore the share price".
The share price reflects confidence in management and their execution/track record.
Personally,I just lost 50k with AUN and it is a significant loss of time and capital.
Unlike many of you that have successful careers,pensions,additional capital funds or whatever,I rely on share price performance to pay me.
Every shareholder invests for returns and I don't expect to wait two more years to sell AUN shares for some insignificant profits and provide myself and my family and loved ones with a better quality of life.
Institutions and management have taken care of themselves here.Time for the general shareholder to realise profits that should be provided like those that have already rewarded themselves.