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Former AEHI CEO Don Gillispie

Former AEHI CEO Don Gillispie
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Thursday, August 9, 2012

AEHI Share Price vs. Various Grocery Items

So you're sitting on a stack of these, and wondering what you might be able to get out of them.  In other words, are AEHI shares even worth the paper they are printed on?

AEHI's share price was .01 this morning- one cent per share. It's currently at .02, though it went as high as .04 today. 
So the Dude went shopping, to see just what all a person could and could not get with one share of AEHI Stock:
Then, taking the price per package and dividing by the number of things in the package, the price per single item was calculated:  One Pringle, one tampon, one aspirin, one Skittle, etc.
Next, the major AEHI benchmarks were put in the list, and then sorted from highest price to lowest among the grocery items. Here is the chart with single item prices along with today's AEHI benchmarks:
(Click on image to enlarge)

** Averages as of 8/9/2012. Your results may vary.

Items generally worth more than a share of AEHI at .01, .02 or .03:

A slice of baloney is 40 times more valuable than a share of AEHI. (at .01 per share)

AEHI shares are, however, generally worth more than these things in this picture: (unless you factor in the cumulative net losses.  Then, no.)

Hell, AEHI shares aren't even worth the Dude's check to Ralph's for half and half:

Hell, with that check, the Dude could get 35 shares of AEHI at the current price! 


  1. Would the share certificates be more valuable if the paper they are printed on was two-ply?

  2. Actually, I prefer quilted. Of course if it were printed on Charmin Ultra the paper would be worth way more than the stock it self, but then at least it would have some use. How about that Gunny!