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  • slashnuts slashnuts Dec 17, 2009 1:58 PM Flag

    The Pure-Play COES Model...

    Just like what happened with Verasun, as well as Aventine and many more, a lot of companies took it on the chin and landed in bankruptcy.

    GERS took it on the chin and they're still standing!

    The crusher in Montana and the biodiesel plant in Michigan were divested. If this hadn't happened, I wouldn't still be here. I have since increased my position by about 10 fold.

    Like the above mentioned companies that went BK, these two branches of GERS got caught up in high feedstock costs. They got locked in at high prices, which would be good for the COES. In a way, the divested companies were working against the COES side of the business. When prices fell through the floor, GERS got hit by a double whammy.

    Instead of GERS going under and losing the patents, they were divested and the COES/patents were saved.

    Most of the construction side of the business is being or has been sold this quarter. They're keeping all the equipment needed to build COES.

    The pure-play COES model is a good move and will prove to be a profitable one. I think YA understands that. They're MUCH more able to lock in profits now and they're no longer exposed to most of the risk and volatility as they were before. I believe this company will be fully financed shortly. As long as they continue to show progress and that they're moving in the right direction, they'll be fine.


    (In regards to the construction segment)
    "The Company intends to liquidate certain assets of this operation during the fourth quarter of 2009 and may scale this operation as needed to fulfill the Company's growth needs as it builds, installs and maintains its various corn oil extraction facilities."

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    • Management is maken all the right moves.

    • ICM is forced to work with the one and only patent holder Greenshift, you know Greenshift, the company that ICM bought 2 machines from before they stole the invention and ran with the idea, duped many ethanol producers into breaking the law and now they're stuck in court until they're forced to pay 100's of millions.''''

    • 1. USPTO rules against ICM.

      2. GPRE rules against ICM.

      3. Judge rules against ICM's objection to consolidation.

      4. Jury will rule against ICM. uuu

    • Just like what happened with Verasun, as well as Aventine and many more, a lot of companies took it on the chin and landed in bankruptcy.

      GERS took it on the chin and they're still standing!

      The crusher in Montana and the biodiesel plant in Michigan were divested. If this hadn't happened, I wouldn't still be here. I have since increased my position by about 10 fold.

      Like the above mentioned companies that went BK, these two branches of GERS got caught up in high feedstock costs. They got locked in at high prices, which would be good for the COES. In a way, the divested companies were working against the COES side of the business. When prices fell through the floor, GERS got hit by a double whammy.

      Instead of GERS going under and losing the patents, they were divested and the COES/patents were saved.

      Most of the construction side of the business is being or has been sold this quarter. They're keeping all the equipment needed to build COES.

      The pure-play COES model is a good move and will prove to be a profitable one. I think YA understands that. They're MUCH more able to lock in profits now and they're no longer exposed to most of the risk and volatility as they were before. I believe this company will be fully financed shortly. As long as they continue to show progress and that they're moving in the right direction, they'll be fine.


      (In regards to the construction segment)
      "The Company intends to liquidate certain assets of this operation during the fourth quarter of 2009 and may scale this operation as needed to fulfill the Company's growth needs as it builds, installs and maintains its various corn oil extraction facilities."

    • Greenshift is no longer my smallest position, it's one of my largest holdings. Slowly but surely, extraction is rising and debt is being eliminated. The industry is understanding Greenshift's superior technology. Profitable soon, without a doubt.


      With the addition of the new plants, GERS will be extracting well over 2 million gallons, every quarter.

      Good Luck To All!
      Earnings next week!

    • This will be a good year for GERS.

    • One word reason why GERS survived the fall-out. PATENTS

    • Give GERS some credit. They pulled through the worst economy since the great depression. Many other companies went under, Verasun, Aventine, Hawkeye just to name a few. GERS is a survivor and will soon be a thriver.

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      • And when things were the darkest and we were on the edge - these basher were saying "Finally" and "its about time" and "thank goodness". Sad, sad, negative, stupid hurtful people.

        They hoped and still wish we would all lose our investment.

        Well we are over the hump now and blue skies ahead.

        You bahsers lost your chance! x 50 or x100 this year!!!

    • GERS is still standing for a reason, patents will prevail.

    • I like the steps that this company has been taking lately.

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