After a one-day break on Tuesday, Aqualiv Technologies, Inc. (OTC:AQLV) is falling down again. Yesterday, the stock lost the next 8.60% of its price, while its traded volume totaled approximately 2 million shares. As these days there is no news on Aqualiv, the only reasonable explanation on the price fall appears to be the annual report of the company. The 10-K stated that AQLV has had limited working capital and limited revenues from sales and their losses have increased. Thus, the company would need additional funds to implement its operations. Apart from the lack of sufficient capital, the report of AQLV contained a number of risk factors that could have adverse impact on their business. These include lack of cash, dilution for stockholders, impairing trading activity, etc. All these factors have caused the accountants of Aqualiv to express substantial doubt about the company's ability to continue as a going concern, which must be a red signal for investors.[BANNER] AquaLiv Technologies, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides solutions and applications for various industries and emerging technologies. Last week, the company released an update concerning an upcoming capital infusion from a major farming operation in South Dakota. The farm would loan $50 million USD to AquaLiv over a twelve month distribution schedule in exchange for ownership in the company. However, in order to make the investment, the farm must first pool their assets to collateralize their own bank loan. Aqualiv expects to receive the first loan proceeds in April, though until then nothing can be guaranteed. Meanwhile, it looks like the loan is the only thing that AQLV relies on to continue its operations.