Looks like Dais raised a few more dollars ($235K) by selling stock off at $0.10 per share. With it trading down to $0.08 today, not sure that it was a savvy investor, albeit an accredited one according to their release. Should be interesting to see what the Q2 report says in a couple of weeks.
Not sure I understand your repeated bashing when you seemed to have said you no longer own the stock. If you chased this and bought too high and sold low, well, chalk it up as a bad trade and move on. To keep coming back with the same sour grapes - with an ID that has only posted on this board - you look like someone with an agenda. Take care.
Helps provide a voice to counter all those on here with an "agenda" to drive the stock price up. Any potential small investors need be aware. I can easily post to other sites, but when I look at all the companies and stocks I have owned, Dais falls at the very bottom of the barrel. Over two decades with no results is a track record that is hard to run away from. The Board and Management appear to be cozy or closely aligned. I am not aware of any shareholder meetings or votes that give the shareholders any say in the running of the business.