The truth is, this explosion in Boston has changed the way the country and the world looks at large sporting events, gatherings, or where large groups are confined. It's' been ten years since we've been shocked by terrorism here, and I'm sure part of that is luck, part good anti-terrorism efforts.
The truth is, that Implant has products now, and in the near future that can help to combat what we saw here in our hometown. Maybe they haven't sold the 220s like we had all hoped after approval, but I think that that will change quickly. There is just no salient reason why the stock is at the SAME level it was before the first domestic bombing we've had in 10 years or so, and right down the street from the ONLY American company that wakes up every day to work on products to prevent just that..
The truth, as far as I can see, is that there are those making money off the stock going down. Thus the repetitive, endless, mindless #$%$ that is posted here. I for one am not against buying some on lows, and selling some on highs. I don't post obvious lies to get others to join me. Maybe a board like Ihub would be better for those that are serious about investing in IMSC. They may be a bit sensitive, but you also don't get the "Sniffers fail another test" morons that show up here when they want the price to drop. As they did yesterday...as they tried today.
PS. Don't believe for a minute that Glenn and Co are sitting back watching the news and wondering whose gonna call. They are actively seeking out and using their TSA/Gov't contacts to get the word out that they have a product that might save a bunch of lives down the road. They are a proactive team, and it will show in the very near future. Truthfully.
common sense says this company will prosper. the right product, right time. glenn also said on cc, they were working on other devices but would'nt comment. i would guess walk through portals which can handle large crowds, and suspect orders will start to come one behind the other on 150's and 220's anyday now. like i said, common sense.