I am a stockholder here. I have been following them for almost 2 years now. I must admit that I found this company through one of those damn "scammer penny stock newsletter sites" BUT, I have learned my lessons and now trade with knowledge, not heart. Due Diligence! Don't sign up for any newsletter email/text things. They get paid to suck you in and if they think they can pull off a major gain, they will buy prior to sending you an alert. As for BION, my suggestion would be to look at what they are planning, what states are backing them, look at their financials, look at "their" press releases, even contact them. Adam will respond if you ask respectful questions. Very nice guy. Then, really understand how this will revolutionize the nitrogen arena. Yeah, I should have sold when this stock hit $.4 last December, but I was in a dark place in my life and I just wanted to see it rise and rise so I could solve my own financial issues. I would have done very well had I sold then. I know a lot more than I did then and I make better decisions. I hold stock in 3 penny options and then I have other blue chip type stocks. I am truly enamored by companies that are environmentally sound and what Bio Nitrogen will accomplish is awesome. Check out CVR Partners. They are up and running but they aren't green. They use Natural gas as a feedstock where BION will use feedstock that normally ends up in landfills. I was really hoping for a solution to our garbage problem, but I guess natural feedstock(vegetation/tree waste) is more useful and probably generates more therms. I'm hoping once they get functional, they'll tackle the landfill problem.