"Showing every day of a failed lonely obsessed life."
Yes Chuck, we all know that about you. Hope this helps.
I agree, they kept saying good things are in the pipeline and they thought the stock is undervalued. I feel you have to give them the benefit of the doubt, they appear to be honest at this point, doing what they say.
I will take my chances in court factcheck/goldstein/alex/bounty/nobody. Or with the FBI, the state police or whoever else you have threatenen people with you whack job.
By the way, it was not a good idea to have used a phone that belonged to your wife just like it has not been smart to call out people by name.
See you in the funny papers.
then don't you have a duty to contact the FTC and Dept of Justice...mr pants on fire ?
not to mentioned, if true, you just mentioned insider information on MON on a yahoo message board.
I wasn't talking to you. Sorry for the confusion. It was directed to a couple of people who, admittedly, bought in this past week or so, don't know the market cap or # of outstanding shares that post many times each about how we are going to the moon! And, then, they will be the first to lament an unreasonable sell-off or pullback like we just witnessed. It's all good!
United States Patent 9,023,420
Kwong , et al. May 5, 2015
Composite organic/inorganic layer for organic light-emitting devices
Organic electronic devices comprising a covalently bonded organic/inorganic composite layer. The composite layer may be formed by the reaction of a metal alkoxide with a charge transport compound having one or more hydroxyl groups. Examples of metal alkoxides that can be used include vanadium alkoxides, molybdenum alkoxides, titanium alkoxides, or silicon alkoxides. This composite layer can be used for any of the various charge conducting layers in an organic electronic device, including the hole injection layer.
They just said they are spending large amounts of money because they are very encouraged by what they're hearing in the trials and are preparing commercially for success. Wow, just wow!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
If every long buys 5k more at the open I bet we we can really cause some searing pain today for the shorts. Why they won't give up and go long I will never know. Such a negative way to make a living. Guess greed rules on Wall Street. I think they are going to get severely burned on CYTR any day now.
Sprint Corp. gained subscribers for the second quarter in a row and posted higher earnings than analysts anticipated, in a sign that Chief Executive Officer Marcelo Claure’s turnaround plan is starting to take hold.
For the fiscal fourth quarter ended in March, the Overland Park, Kansas-based company reported earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization of $1.7 billion, topping the $1.66 billion average of estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Total users were 57.1 million, meaning Sprint held on to its No. 3 ranking ahead of challenger T-Mobile US Inc.
Sprint posted a surprise gain of 170,000 new monthly subscribers, while five analysts surveyed by Bloomberg predicted a loss of 2,800, on average. This is the second consecutive gain in lucrative postpaid users for Claure, who has been focused on turning the carrier around since he joined in August. He’s cut more than 2,000 employees, expanded retail into more than 1,000 RadioShack Corp. stores, cut prices on service plans and concentrated network upgrades to a handful of cities for better coverage.
“Subscriber growth, even in a mature industry, continues to be an item of focus,” Walt Piecyk, an analyst at BTIG LLC, said in an interview before the results were released. “If Sprint can return to subscriber growth, it’d be an important catalyst if they want to be an effective competitor.”
wobbly---I know, and was just making a sarcastic reference to "the comp" as if there realistically is any of consequence. Even that smaller Hoover LEA was won by Taser.
HONOR, WHAT SAY YOU.........?
Sentiment: Strong Buy