Massive dillution?????they have got every penny back since drop after deal announcment...have you not ever bought into a real company before?
Now that Oclaro has broken the $1 barrier with ease, the clock starts running on a Nasdaq de-listing. If Oclaro survives, which is a a very big IF, then a reverse split will surely follow. Based on past history this will result in immediate shareholder wealth destruction.
. . . absolutely not, sp . . . what I've consistently said is that OREX -- for me -- has been a decent wager year-to-date and that I think it still has room to run, because I think there's a better than 50-50 chance that Contrave will pass its cardio testing . . . but the key words I'd emphasize are "I" and "me" . . . that's right, for my portfolio and my risk profile, I would buy more OREX at this juncture -- but then I fully understand that OREX's share price would likely fall below a buck if the results are bad . . . as we both know, this so-called "investment game" is supposed to be a reasoned, calculated risk/return judgment, but that judgment will necessarily be different for every player . . . after reading the over-the-top speculative posts on this board, however, I would guess that a lot of folks here are in over their heads . . . so what I would say to them is sell, in an orderly way, any individual equities you own and buy the entire market using Vanguard Index Funds . . . that would be my only advice, based on the research I've done . . .
well now if you've never seen anyone so consistently wrong, let me introduce you to Wallass. $24 in 2011, $3 eps, $30 in his colostomy bag.
As for brilliant.....I already told you I sold my AMD today, that right there tells you I am not that bright or I would have never touched it. What was I thinking?
I suppose I will regret soon that I didn't sell my INTC today, take my profits and get out or be stuck like all you whiners in here.
As for my aliases, you left off more than 1/2 of 'em.
so they decide that they can get milestone payments after they said in there proxy the most they will get is 5 million to 6 in 15 months but very risky to meet them all , they will also burn up the rest of the cash by then also they have been trying to sell themselves for 14 months and the offers they got they said were not viable so what has changed here other than there pay checks read the proxy the most value is .52 cents the best case per gnvc
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Ya, they are in control now alright, when you see a bid for 41,000 really close to $2 mark, they are picking up the all the lows. If they want this in Nasdaq, they need to keep it $2 and above, get it?
with big ears and a bad haircut..............
Good Lord, are libtarded proggie phaggots stupid fools............
Even Hillary would have been better that this Kenyan Jackoff.......
FuelCell Energy Inc.'s (FCEL) fiscal third-quarter loss narrowed as the power-equipment maker recorded better-than-expected revenue growth and improved margins.
Shares jumped 12% to $1.38 after hours. Through the close, the stock has climbed 34% since the start of the year.
The company on Wednesday also unveiled a co-marketing agreement with NRG Energy Inc. (NRG), adding a new sales channel for the marketing and sales of its power plants.
FuelCell, which makes fuel cells for electric-power generation, hasn't posted an annual profit since 1997. But its revenue has generally improved over the past year, as cheap natural gas has driven down its power-production costs and boosted demand.
For the quarter ended July 31, FuelCell reported a loss of $5.6 million, compared with a year-earlier loss of $9.9 million. On a per-share basis, which includes the effect of preferred stock dividends, the per-share loss narrowed to three cents from six cents. Revenue jumped 81% to $53.7 million.
Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters had forecast a per-share loss of three cents and revenue of $43 million.
Product sales, which make up the bulk of revenue, more than doubled to $45.4 million. Service and license revenues were down 43% while advanced technologies contract revenues also more than doubled.
Gross margin improved to 8.4% from negative 9.2%, driven by improved overhead cost absorption from higher production levels and a sales mix that includes power plants along with fuel cell kits.
Backlog totaled $380.8 million at the end of the quarter, compared with $172 million a year earlier.
If we are not directlly attacked or our allies are not attaked its not our WAR, save it for IRAN or when we really need to use our power. The Human side of this Syria conflict is a larger issue that the UN should make right. Get those people back in their country.
Enjoy your dry bulkers. I learned my lesson. I guess you didn't. Hey, thanks for selling NCT. Now I know it's a definite winner (P.S. It's not an mREIT, nor are any of it's spin offs).
One of Obama's campaign themes was he would not involve us in any conflicts unless they were a direct and imminent threat to us................Syria??????
Of all those notes Frost and Jane own all but roughly 4m shares worth. Frost and Jane have not sold 1 share ever, so we are looking at a 4m block over a couple of days.