" So for every 3000 shares you buy today at roughly .46 your getting 1000 shares of new co. which needs to hold $ 1.40
But current buyers will also get another 1000 shares of East Africa with approx 70 million shares out and $ 28 Mill in cash or roughly .40 per share.
So I guess as long as both Co.'s hold their values post reorg then todays buy @ .46 should work out to ownership of 1000 shares of East Africa @ .40 and 1000 shares of Orca @ 1.40 giving an unrealized profit of .40 on your $ 1.40 investment at today's prices. "
Maybe I should have elaborated by saying for every 3000 shares you buy today or already own you will ultimately be reorganized into owning 1000 shares of East Africa and 1000 shares of Orca.
At todays trading range of .46 those 2000 shares of New Co's need to be worth roughly $ 1.40 combined for todays buyers to break even. So where do these Co's need to trade to keep us at a break even or better.
If East Africa trades for cash value of $ 28 Million then it should open at .40 and hold there ( I would hope it could hold cash value )
If Orca trades to it's cash value of $ 60 Million then it should open at .60 and todays investors will be off side .40 a share.
If Orca can hold $ 1.00 post roll back then todays investors will break even.
Given that Canaco management isn't universally worshiped by investors it looks like it's up to Orca management to drum up interest and keep the share price holding current levels or $ 1.40 post roll back to ensure todays investors make a few bucks or .40 per share to be almost exact.
Hope that's a bit better.