Since some of you paid pumpers touted that CVM is the next DNDN or HGSI, check out the number of outstanding shares for all 3 companies. For you monkey heads who don't know what outstanding shares mean, it means the number of common stocks already dumped in the market.
CVM has 255,820,000 outstanding shares (company plans to increase this number to 600,000,000 outstanding shares; then, BAMPPP, a reverse split)
DNDN has 153,807,000 outstanding shares (company has never done a reverse split)
HGSI has 198,982,000 outstanding shares (company has never done a reverse split)
If you can't see a "reverse split" is in the horizon for pos CVM, you are as blind as Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder.
Geert wants cvm to get as much cash as possible to protect his salary and (wink, wink) you know who (the second highest paid person in the company). When phase III fails, there's still money for salary payments many more years...