I agree angnguyen25....I think that there should have been an important release from this company that something positive took place. This message board took 2 weeks to get this news out.
And to your other post above in same thread...I remember reading somewhere that early 2013 STVF did do a consumer taste test in I believe lab testing facility which like you said is normal in the industry...That is why I thought this taste test would be a more public test with real consumers not "insiders". since after all it is US who will be buying the product.
Sure there may be 50% downside risk, but the upside potential is far greater than 50%. Anyone that invests in small cap companies successfully weighs the risk of loss to that of a potential upside gain. And judging by the size of Las Vegas casinos I think many people are willing to accept risk even when the odds are definitely not in their favor. STVF looks solid. All timelines to me look to have been met.
Funny how those that are presented with information still continue to cry wolf and that the sky is falling. Only one reason for that and that is they are short selling and propagating their ignorance to sway others. At least Brian 624 apologized for posting something that he found to be untrue. Only time will tell if the company releases their product commercially, but the past year the company has done everything they have promised.
You are obviously uneducated with the various taste profile tests among the sweetener industry. However, the bottom line is having consumers ---people like you and I try the product. You must be too young to remember the Pepsi Challenge. Studies have shown that Reb X is equal to that of pure sugar yet zero calories and diabetic friendly. If you don't see the advantage and opportunity there then you are terribly misguided and probably should invest in a product you know better.
That's pretty funny alexsoriano.
According to the pictures the event was in San Fransisco.
Thats's pretty far from Sacramento (80+ miles)
Nice "source" you have at STVF
However, as was already pointed out on this board, pictures of the event are on the STVF website photo gallery.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
that you are really impressed
with STVF's operations
and that you have the utmost faith
in its management team.
I have noticed your excitement over
the taste test
and your enthusiasm for
the upcoming product launch.
I just have to say
it's good that you can see through the chatter
and have the foresight and vision
to realize the potential here.
Low cash burn rate !!!!!!!!!
According to the last 10-Q
They lost $1.6 million (of which $1.4 M was "administative losses") and made $43K at that was just the last 6 months ending 09/2013. that seems like a high burn rate to me.
They have $600K in assets and losses of $5M since inception.
Unfortunately i have bad feelings with this company.
Evolva has a patent on Stevia fermentation PLUS they have a deal with Cargill who has a deal with Coke which means STVF is NOT in the catbird seat IMO.
May be hiding information from shareholders. Lack of timely information regarding warrant related shareholder dilution. Other topics may emerge as proper investigation continues.