Going Concern Note

A “Going Concern Note/Warning/Statement” is a disclosure, generally made by a publicly traded company in their required SEC reporting, advising the public that the company’s prospects to continue operating for the foreseeable future (i.e., to remain as a “going concern”) are impaired. Such a statement, setting forth the reasons for the apprehension, are mandated by the SEC so that investors and potential investors may be adequately forewarned about the possibility of a bankruptcy or other major restructuring jolt coming down the road if conditions do not improve.

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