And they are buying back shares. May take us some time but I forsee this hitting $20+ in the next 2-3 years. As long as occupancy rates increase and stay consistent nobody can deny that Sienna knows how to run a tight ship and make money. They just closed out those other facilities so give them a year to convert them over to their business model and they will be profitable as well. Macro market is ugly, but I'll take a 7.6% yield all day. Hopefully we don't get to 2020 lows, but I'm ready to buy if we do.