All longs know better than to be flustered by all this market manipulation today
The asking size is falling as it is already and very well are close to $.09 x $.10.
We will be back at $.11 and again it's just a matter of getting over that $.12 hump. Once we do we can expect to make a good sum of money... might take a while... but since when was making money so easy.
How can you do without you wonder?
30 straight days over 100 last year?
My buddy in San Bernadino had to deal with that. He had a pool too sold it and bought a house without.
He doesn't miss the pool one bit.
You are full of
Is this your DD of ClP:
Naw, still trying to work.
Do the math here. @ 24.95 per unit how many units till break even.
More math, we know CLP uses our product to test all of their new hires. Maybe our largest but only one of a number of clients.
Remember J&J? A little GE made up of aquired companies with their own niches in medical related fields and a customer of ours.
Ever buy Work Comp Insurance? Know the only way to reduce premiums?
You just unseated Raging and Tenadi
Ok, now you're talking Tenaedi. Thanks!
You know what you're talking about, I don't so lead me to the promised land. Putting heads together to find the truth, that is why we are here.
I have checked CLP, have experience with their operation and know how they operate.
Assuming all they say is true, the 800 applicants on file/branch is meaningless and cannot be counted as drugo users.
When an employer calls for a job(s) to be filled, CLP picks through the applicant pile that fits the need. The winner(s) will be contacted and then drug tested as independent contractors, not before or when they apply. Apply now online and see if they want you to take a DT.
They can not drug test all the applicants and put them on ice so they can't do drugs in between test and actual need. Most applicants will never get a call.
When they get hired then the following benefits kick in:
Drugo figures cannot be estimated with any reliability here since CLP does not show anything relating to how many they hired last year.