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  • jnichols_96271 jnichols_96271 Mar 2, 2012 9:57 AM Flag

    It will be the max 1:80 R/S because

     

    Gary keeps yabbering bringing this sucker down...

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    • What we are hearing is that the long retail investors (weak hands) are being washed out via R/S, so that the big money will move in and get mgt out of the hole. There is no guarantee that will happen, what is more likely is that the shorts will see new opportunity in the higher shareprice and run it right back down. The big money loves a shorting bonanza too. Kiss your $5k goodbye (the amount the average retail investor holds). And don't worry about the insiders that hold shares, they will issue themselves new subscription rights....but none will be issued to you! Just my humble opinion.

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      • What we are hearing is that the long retail investors (weak hands) are being washed out via R/S, so that the big money will move in and get mgt out of the hole. There is no guarantee that will happen, what is more likely is that the shorts will see new opportunity in the higher shareprice and run it right back down. The big money loves a shorting bonanza too. Kiss your $5k goodbye (the amount the average retail investor holds). And don't worry about the insiders that hold shares, they will issue themselves new subscription rights....but none will be issued to you! Just my humble opinion.

      • The CEO was pretty gutsy to field all those questions from mom and pop investors, but it was quite evident that he knows what your fate is going to be with the R/S, likely getting washed to try and accommodate the institutional investors. One of the several statements (like WE are in exactly the same situation as you are as shareholders)that was misleading in my view, was the point about their science being the great value that will attract the big money. If that were true, the company would have been bought for peanuts. The smart money....even with an exchange listing...typically let's these kinds of companies knock themselves (and their shareholders) out working on getting the products through the approval process if ever, why should they waste their money and reputation on that? Then they step in, or just buy it without having been embarrassed by another start-up failure. I am very cynical about these kind of situations and the insiders that push them, make no mistake, they will not share your fate. When the new price is shorted back down to near nothing and you are holding only a fraction of your former shares, you are done. They will issue themselves new subscription rights and get their shares back. You will not. There is nothing new about what is happening here. Since there are a lot of retail shareholders at this point, vote NO on the R/S and force the company to add shareholder value the old fashioned way, by hard work and brilliant leadership. Just my humble opinion.

    • only way to dollabill - LOL

    • 80:1 you mean

 
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