When there appears to be a significant amount of volatility in the share price between those quarterly reports, what do we attribute that to?
If they do, they have either:
- Estimates of demand
- Insider information which is not yet public
- Intent to sell news articles and move the price up or down
The CEO and CMO must play this game daily.
Listing on a business like NASDAQ *OR* NYSE exchange is one way to raise capital: the IPO valuation and IPO create money (on paper) for shareholders
This is how value is created: the stock market. Securities. The American Dream.
That stock can then be issued as supplemental compensation as options (with volatility!) or sold to raise capital later.
And/or, you can sell bonds.
Let me answer your question with a question: what is the value of one 10**-8 of a Bitcoin?
This was looking more like a technology adoption curve: here and here.
(Quantum wave functions is the correct answer)
It's a beautiful perception of beauty in the world.
Uh huh. Just put it back in there.
Yup, just put it into the market.
You don't want to buy gold,
You just want to put it back in there
<knowing nod, smile, and a wink>
Uh huh, right back in there.
That's alright, we can buy solar and wind at a later date and time.