Looks that way. Because this is a legit point I made and no one responded and except for some vulgar lunatic. You'd think someone would want to discuss the reason(s) why this has crashed so much just a few weeks after doing a secondary. I've been in many small caps in my life and I have never seen one crash this much. Nor have I ever seen one drop this much after that I wasn't in.
What ever happened to EEOC? If they were all white, Sharpton, Holder & Obama would be over them like lint on a cheap suit!
Saudi Arabia seeks to cut its crude consumption by 1.5 MMboed by 2030, the prince said. The nation plans to begin producing shale gas in 2016 at an initial output of 20 million to 50 million cubic feet per day, before raising it to 500 million in 2018 and 4 billion in 2025, Prince Abdulaziz said.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
It will be knocking on the 52 week low of 12 cents. Huge stock market sell off will send this to 9 cents along with giant build in crude inventories. Can't wait for my 9 cent entry point. Might be fast if they get delisted soon.
Most likely will drop lower then 9 but let's be happy for the 9 cents...
Your posts are a joke. Why not do some research and see if INVE is supplying the tags for the Lego/Warner Bros. toys. And then post it here..
Japanese carmaker Honda has forecast that profit for the current financial year will rise by just 0.4%, after results missed expectations last year.
The oil market is in “excellent” condition, he told reporters Monday in the eastern city of Khobar, without elaborating. Benchmark Brent crude has gained 13% this year and was trading 46 cents lower at $64.82/bbl at 10:56 a.m. in London.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Can you explain the logic of the price not appreciating? Why wouldn't the price of ALU go up if they had a great quarter? As to the issue of the coupling of the PPS to NOK, this deal is set to the 0.55 share exchange but that does not mean that NOK determines ALU alone and the price is static. They are coupled to each other. ALU having a great quarter means that NOK is merging with a more stable company therefore NOK shares should go up. Similarly, if NOK has a awful quarter then the ALU PPS will go down.
Richard - purchased emesyl on amazon -gave to girlfriend as she always experiences nausea on airplane flights - flew 11 hrs to Honolulu and she had absolutely no nausea - first time in a long time - what ever you think about the co - the product works for her and it works very well
A very rare event -- a Chinese firm sued Apple in China for an infringement and Apple asked the court to invalidate the Chinese patent. In memory, I do not recall an American firm being on the winning side of a patent/copyright suit in China. The usual treatment in the last decade has been to bow to infringements and forgeries because their market was too big an opportunity. Historically, only Google decided to forego their market.
A Chinese high court has sided with Apple Inc. AAPL, +2.45% in a patent dispute with a local company over the former’s Siri voice-recognition system, and the case may now be headed to China’s Supreme Court, according to a report Monday in the First Financial Daily.
The ruling marked an unusual victory for a U.S. firm in a patent case.
Shanghai Zhizhen Network Technology Co. had previously claimed that Apple’s Siri had copied its own “Xiao i Robot,” which it launched in 2004 and which has since been used by major Chinese telecommunications companies, such as China Telecom Corp. 0728, -1.83% CHA, +0.52% China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd. 0762, +1.05% CHU, +0.93% and China Mobile Ltd. 0941, -1.03% CHL, -0.09%
Shanghai Zhizhen sued Apple in June 2012 over the alleged infringement, prompting Apple to petition China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO), asking them to invalidate Zhizhen’s patent for “Xiao i.”
While an initial review found in favor of Shanghai Zhizhen, the U.S. firm won a victory last week when the Beijing High Court reversed the original ruling and asked SIPO to reexamine the validity of Zhizhen’s patent, the report said.
As a result, Shanghai Zhizhen plans to appeal the case to the Supreme Court, the report said.