The only bright person seems to be Klein....dumped 250,000 shares last month before the split. Saved at least $50,000.http://www.google.com/search?as_sitesearch=secform4.com%2Finsider-trading&as_q=Martin+G+Klein
and because she sold at $3+ (split-adjusted), you should sell to pj at $2.01(?)
2.01 just might be a big mistake. My local 7-11 sold more batteries last week than this company did.
Where's the volume? 18% on 6,000 shares is noise, not freefall. One trade brings it back, too.
Wow, free fall. I feel for those who are holding this penny stock and getting whacked. Very sad.
But they didn't define "large" in either statement.I think "large" has to be taken in the context of their capacity ramp to 36 million 18650 cells per year.Ten thousand here and ten thousand there might not qualify as "large" in that context. A large order, for EEEI, would be something on the order of 5% to 10% of annual capacity.We could be very happy with something much smaller than that at this point.Notios
I shall overlook your disingenuous remark. I'm bidding $1.85. <sound of tapping foot>