Poodle never pumped. Cut the #$%$. Everyone was on the receiving end, regarding of persuasion, but no pumping at all, I'll give him that.
I would have to purchase at least 301,000 shares at the current share price in order to make even $1 million before taxes if the share price goes to $6.
It would take an initial investment of approximately $807,000 to do so at the current share price.
It's too rich for my bankroll. I'll have to settle for a small fraction of that if I decide to buy SZYM.
Oh wait, that's not us, that's SZYM management that makes millions if the stock goes to $6. We're all still in the hole 50-75%.
wow, so glad management now has all that monetary incentive to get the stock to $6.
Yippeee. Yeah. Yahoo.
Poor guy, no Caroline Corner or stockwatch to beat up anymore. Easiest ignore ever.
I've pumped the stock here months ago...soups done. Please read the Mötley Fools article. It explains quite a bit about them. It's going to be the biggest EV company in China. Renting EVs 24/7 365/yr after you make them and get susidies. Its only $650 mil right now, room for growth? And I think Bulgar will at least say MNGA was worth keeping an eye on. A NYFD deal announcement and it's gone.
Goldman Sachs is initiating coverage on Solazyme, Inc.
SZYM with a Buy rating and a $31 price target.
In a note to clients, Goldman Sachs writes, "We initiate coverage of Solazyme with a Buy rating and a $31, 12-month price target, driven by new capacity and product commercialization that should lessen the risk profile. Solazyme produces oils by feeding sugar to algae in a fermentation process. Without subsidies, we think Solazyme's tailored oils can sustain higher margins relative to commodity, plant-based oils. We view the main near-term market opportunity as oleochemicals, but with additional opportunities in food, skin care, diesel, and jet fuel. We modestly forecast 2011/2012/2013 revenue of $46 mn/$55 mn/$164 mn and adjusted EPS of ($0.78)/($0.70)/($0.12), with cash-flow breakeven in 2014."
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The market doesn't care about the stock. The market DOES care that Wolfson and pups will not be quitting. Some like me bought with the hope Wolfson would hang it up and just leave. Idea being the market would love and there would be a good bounce. But now, with them sleazing out more options they will be staying so what is there to look forward to.
"Our" expense? I figured a sharp guy like yourself would have taken his exit at $3.60. If they're thieves and liars, it's not going to get any better, right?
I don't care when he became a member.
Wolfson is a Thief…. and they just decided to vote themselves more free money at our expense.