It's just a matter of time. I held DEJ for 3 years and failed to take my profits last Jan when it spiked past .60. Now after the dilution and subsequent failure to secure a loan on which the dilution was based, it's clear that this company is just an equity raising pig. It's cash flow cannot sustain its operations or future plans and also cannot secure debt outside of woodrush. It also cannot secure any notable JV partners so it's only ability to raise capital is in the equity markets at a severe discount. I've seen this time and time again and it almost always leads to a sustained decrease in price until a reverse split takes place and then another subsequent price decline. DEJ has very reputable management but has failed miserably in their ability to properly use the capital it has raised. I think that DEJ is more likely to go bottom up than go to the $1-2+ projections some of you are putting out.
It wasn't failure to secure the $7.5mm credit line. It was management getting a better deal that adds ZERO debt to DEJ bottom line (unlike the $7.5MM credit line with a poor rate and 18 month payback). Now KOKO's potential will be showcased, we pick up some new revs, and no debt is added. Bashturds are trying hard to spin this negatively.
Bottom Feeder. They have not used very much of the loan they were issued by a canadian bank since american ones need all the money they can get to pay back the tax payer. They have not even completed the 3d for a joint partner to JV with. If you really knew anything about NG you should have seen the dip on every NG stock happening at the beginning of the summer. Good try. Shake some other tree for cheap shares.