$ALPP remember what I'm saying now, if Alpp doesn't split the shares ... and they will keep the number of shares, there is a possibility that they will pay dividends if the gains will be twice the number of shares on the market! keep that in mind. for example if the number of shares on the market is 200 million and they earn 300 million at the end of the year in total then they can give 100 million for dividends and 200 million for investments, it's just an example! Alpp is a holding company ... it is not a company with only one product! remember what i told you this is not financial advice but just my own vision