We were just about to get it until the 200 dema took a sharp upturn. Actually it took too sharp a move for a 200 dma unless there was some unusual activity about 190 to 200 days ago. (Too lazy to look.)
No doubt Mark's history with the DOE will help us to navigate the new IDIQ contract (DOE) to demonstrate the treatment of high level waste. This could really be a game-changer if it proves successful!
They don't have enough money to fund it themselves. Couldn't get enough from the Poland stock exchange listing either (stock there only worth about $12-$14 m). They've already relinquished a share of medical to raise money, and now it looks like they may have to relinquish more. I'm gong to check into this whole thing, and give you a clearer update.
rabbit, do you think another reason for them wanting to IPO the isotope development might be because they want (or need) someone else to fund it for a change. If the isotope project was a grand slam winner, I think they would self fund it so they could keep their entire share of the pie. Wouldn't you do that? With the IPO they get diluted. To me it's a signal of self doubt. What do the rest of you think?
Their plans to IPO the isotope project would suggest they have a great deal
of confidence in its successful development... CEO still continued to tout successful development process.
I would assume they would have to get at least into the government testing phase before they IPO'd to give the offering strong credibility/interest. Just wondering who gets the major benefit, if the isotope develpement works out: current shareholders or those buying stock in the medical operation?
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Net gain from yesterday. Too bad it's so easily manipulated. But trader/flippers are
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enough volume/liquidity for the day flippers.....
The report wasn't that bad. It was just a matter of contract deferments. The 2nd half should be pretty good.
That's the nature of govt work. Depends on budgets and timing.
The high level waste project is VERY encouraging. It could be huge. But it's going to take time.
As far as the isotope business, I think it's a long shot, but management keeps throwing dollars at it so they must be reasonably confident. I'm skeptical but willing to give them the benefit of the doubt.
Tell Veolia and Kurion that.
As was the case for Kurion and Veolia, it won't be difficult to find interest if the technology is validated by a bi customer, like if it successfully gets validated by the DOE in this project....on schedule...before year end.
Yes, but being evaluated as the only possible solution for treatment and disposal of high level waste in the U.S. is pretty huge news for the U.S. nuclear waste treatment industry as a whole.....I can wait and see what this develops into.
CEO just mentioned they were selected for an $8.6 million demonstration project to treat high level waste, that could be huge, there's Gigatons of high level waste to be treated out there at Hanford!