The CEO's comment was that investors shouldn't expect a profit until 2015 as they are reinvesting into the company to expand the base of Juxtapid worldwide. The reality is it all depends on how many people sign up how fast. The projection for increased losses this year points to a substantial launch in the EU in at least 2 countries, if not 3, plus a launch in Japan - where they will have employees working with the various insurance companies to make sure it is covered. Not a small bit of work, but the ROI is definitely there to make it worth doing as the year over year revenue increase should be 300%-400% based on the current ROI & employee count.
If we assume they hit their (most optimistic) yearly estimate of $50M revenues, that means the last quarter will bring in $25.9M in revenues. Considering their expenses this quarter were $26.7M, and will most likely go up further in the next quarter, we can again expect a net loss next quarter.
Once again, we learn that yassen_gregorivich has no idea what he's talking about.