It just makes sense. And the fact that this is now a "trendy" industry actually helps quite a bit. Do your research into how lucrative the stevia industry is. I advise looking into another upstart as well that I am invested in: Stevia First Corp (STVF).
Wise for who?? Stocks that Bedford pumps are all the same.....no profits, no balance sheet liquidity, no tangible equity.....just glorious pie-in-the-sky statements about what will miraculously happen one day......and there, again, is never the financial wherewithal to see such a ridiculous dream transpire. Yea, go ahead and throw your hard-earned money into companies like this....but don't use the word "investment," and definitely don't use the word "wise."
Hey hopeful, Keep in mind this stock is no different than any other... It goes up it goes down. Many people know nothing about the day to day running of the company .A simple news letter about Starbucks adding this product to their energy drinks and the stock climbs.Therefore, if you buy low and sell high there is money to be made in this stock. Hence an "investment" and if you make a profit than it was "wise". You just need to know when to buy. I say buy at .19 sell at .38. Now you know.