STVF does NOT have a product in Walmart or any other store.
If you read the label you would have seen it was NOT made by STVF.
Quit putting misleading messages on this board.
This little puppy appears to be under accumulation. I've sen this quite a few times before with very similar results. Several good size trades of the same size are executed with an uptick in price after they are traded for several days in a row. Glad I pulled in some more in the low .30's. Avg. pps holding is .3576. The only thing is, to take the money off the table at the right time. I have a sell target and will execute. Good luck to all of you whatever your plan is.
This is not awesome news.
This was mentioned months ago but was not a "signed deal"
Ask yourself this question.
Why is Qualipride "giving" this to STVF?
Why aren't they distributing this themselves and taking the money instead of giving it to STVF?
Does that make sense to you?
What's so great--that they are doing everything that STVF says that they are the only one doing?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
While I am not upset, I do think that at this point in time it is important for STVF to actually come forward with or complete and make public signed agreements with Qualipride.
I have not been able to find anything in the way of a press release from Qualipride or any information on their website related to this seemingly major change to their business.
Transparency is important here, since it sounds like this relationship will be critical to STVF being able to become a significant part of Stevia production in the future, or even being around in the future.
No alex I don't.
The reason I asked you if you work for STVF is because ever since you started posting on this board in Dec. you stick up for this company no matter what they do. If you are really an investor in this company and not an employee then you should be upset at the actions this company keeps taking.
No I am invested in STVF which is why I want them to do what they promise and start making money.
I want them to use what resources they have to produce revenue. Like using the land to grow Stevia and sell it to generate revenue, produce the extract that they supposedly have that was unveiled at the tasting event to generate revenue.
Look at the new financials burned more cash then any other quarter last year.
be patient. If my reading of the tea leaves(couldn't find any stevia leaves) is correct, they will next claim a joint venture with some pot growers to take advantage of another exciting market... or gullible stock buyers.
Alex... what does the fact that CEO's make more then the total cap of STVF have to do with this conversation?
And do you actually believe yourself?
How best to use their limited financial resources is to waste money on Artificial Intelligence that may not even help in the commercialization of Stevia.
And now your saying the new IP is what they need to produce higher Stevia, isn't that the same thing you said about the Vineland License. The competition needs this and they are infringing on STVF patents.
Doesn't look that way anymore does it. STVF has given up on the fermentation of Stevia. WHY?
And it now becomes clearer why Mr. Brookes has always been the poster child for Stevia whenever he spoke in public instead of talking about what his company was actually doing.
So I have one more question for you. As I have asked in the past when you first showed up on this board back in December. Do you actually work for this company?
and there are panhandlers who have more $$ in their pockets than stvf is worth.
this appears to still be a whole lot of b.s. about nothing but selling shares.
There are CEO’s out there that make more per year than the total capitalization of STVF.
And it is true that Stevia First has had to make some decisions about how best to use their limited financial resources. The IP that they now have with the UGT enzyme is something that the competition needs to produce a higher quality Stevia at a lower price. They may not succeed, but I do believe this small group of people is trying to change the way Stevia is produced, for the better.
And my answer to who your I-Hub username is has been answered.
I am a realist alex.
My question to you is...How you can not be upset with a company that constantly has not followed through with any promise, agreements, or partnerships they have formed over the last 12-18 months?
They gave up on the one promise they have been feeding us for the last year and a half. That they would have a table top sweetener on the market from their fermentation process.
If you look back on our discussions over the last few months it is pretty eerily consistent with what is happening today with this company.
I said there was no product and as mentioned they don't have one.
They have fed us with PR statements and CEO blogs about all the good things happening.
The land to grow and harvest Stevia.
Agreements with a distribution company in Canada.
The hiring of a holistic advisor.
And I could list more but we both know where this is going.
Not one of those carrots they fed us over the last year that I questioned, including the license from Vineland which with this new "agreement" with Qualipride kinda seems like I was on point with it being flawed.
But like you said in your other response to my other post.
This is my opinion and I am entitled to it just like you are.
But who do you think has been more accurate with their posts?
You the optimist.
or me the realist ( or negative as you call it).
I have read through it. The question is have you?
They admitted to shelving the production of table top sweetener which is why they started this journey to begin with so how can you say they are on the right track?
Seems to me as they have been derailed and now they are going in a different direction.
Not the first time this has happened.