I believe this is the real deal. Forgive me for the lengthy message but I think it deserves it. I am usually very wary of these low priced stocks but every now and again you find one worth investigating.
I bought the product(susta) and like it although I don't know how they get the sweetness in there without doing anything unusual but they claim it is good for you.
The management has the experience to move this forward and that is one of the big pluses for this.
The product, Susta, is already widely distributed in the North East and they have plans to go nationwide, reasonably soon I believe.
The product itself will fill a void in the market place for a alternative sweetener that tastes good, is natural and not from chemicals, that can be used by diabetics, overweight and health conscious people that is actually good for you.
The potential is huge especially when you consider that this can be used in foods and beverages. They already have a yogurt drink and are testing a cola and if people like this, which looks like they do, then down the road wouldn't companies like coke, pepsi and others want this in there diet sodas and foods if it taste better and is good for you.
What about the stock price? It's had a good run, percentage wise, but what I like about it is it goes up slowly and seems to be fairly stable. I would of course expect some pull backs but reasonable ones and then continuation of the climb. Friday I believe was the highest volume day ever for this. How high this can go is anyone's guess but it may be higher than most think. Right now this is relatively unknown and people don't usually bother with these lower priced stocks - however the move over the last few months will catch investors attention and as investors do some investigating and catch the real story I think we could get some big movement in this. I also think they will be constantly announcing the roll out of the product across the country and they know they have to drive people to the product so expect some strategic advertising that maximizes the effect while not breaking the bank.
All in all I think this is one of those companies that comes along once in awhile but most miss. We're at the ground floor here imo and I'm glad I stumbbled onto it. Check their website out http://www.nxtnutritionals.com/ and do some research and especially read the press releases and articles.
I don't think this fits the profile of the "classic pump and dump". Most P&D's go up very quickly and come down even quicker. NXTH seems to be having a nice gradual increase in price. But I guess the good news is you're done with your "soft" bashing and we won't hear from you again beings you have done your "job".
To be completely honest, I have no interest in this stock other wanting to see what the mailer was pushing. I did recc. a sell because it's a classic pump and dump. Therefore, if you're smart, you'll get out now while your shares are still worth something.
As I said, I don't own any and I definitely will not buy a single share. As a matter of fact, I only buy stocks that have a history of solid dividends with the exception of one bio-med co I own way to much of and it is a very specualative stock (BSDM if you care to look into hyperhtermia and cancer treatments).
I won't waste my time/effort here again---I was simply being nice IMHO, to warn anyone who's bought into this as I'd be willing to bet that it'll be nearly worthless within a year.
If it's so great, why is this co being pushed through the mail like all the others that are total BS.
For those new to this board and/or stock investing in general something to know about the above post. By Miket
This is straight from penny-stock investing but the same or similar definition can be found anywhere.
"Basher: Someone who visits internet message boards and posts disparaging remarks about a security in order to cause a fall in share price. AKA, a shorter. Opposite of a pumper."
I hope for everyone's sake that you see this guy is either an illiterate low life or a basher. Its funny though, no basher can ever spell or use spell check. auther huh? You really just stopped by for a friendly reminder not to buy this stock but you don't own it or short it? Haha. Why post?
The product and the company is real, I have a box of the product in my cupboard and use it in my coffee. Its definitely better than artificial sweeteners and if it really is what it claims, this thing has the potential to go into every lite and diet product out there.
That being said, I have lost money on a penny stock before so you aren't completely wrong. I always advise discretion in thinly traded issues especially with obscure products that haven't fully come to market. But this is where the big money can be made.
Click: Ignore Miket
Just curious, how many other "scams" have you bothered to take your good time to post "warnings" for the benefit of your fellow investors? I might understand your warning for DD, I am somewhat confused by the "sell" recommendation. You don't own and aren't shorting NXTH, but are you looking to buy shares at a lower price?
I bought some on a whim with some 'play' money without really doing the dd that I should.
I'm curious what are the main things to be concerned with on the negative side of things?
Assuming there aren't some FDA issues in the future or claims of false advertising, this stock seems almost too good based on the product's potential in the marketplace.
Some things to be concerned with is how many shares are currently outstanding, and how many shares the company is authorized to sell, & planning to sell in the future which will dillute the stock price, and as with any company, are the Corp. Officers honest? Also are they buying shares in their company or are they selling their shares into the rising stock price? Are the claims for this product going to stand up to further scientific investigation? How much are they paying the well-known Doctors to give their opinions of the products and to sit on the board etc. etc. Are they paying them in cash or stock? Is it a big hit to the bottom line? Will the patents be issued in the US as hoped for? Will a health issue appear from customers "out-of-the-blue" in the months and years down the line bringing on huge lawsuits claiming health damage etc. etc. etc... Lots of issues for any new penny-stock company, especially one selling something the public is putting in their bodies...
This does seem too good based on the potential and how this fills a gap in the market place.
I am a very skeptical person and tried the product, talked to people at the company and did whatever research I could. They spent a lot of time developing this product and with the MD's on board I don't believe they would be foolish enough to make claims they can't substantiate..
You have to feel comfortable with it. From my own research I am very comfortable with the investment and actually quite excited. The product, if there are no surprises, is excellent, and the management team is nearly ideal with their many years of experience,
As we know anything can happen with a stock so it's a risk as many are.
good luck whatever you decide.