Rox and Many had the courage of their convictions and bought NR. I would not have done so if they hadn't first. How about all of us having the courage of your convictions and buy a bottle. Both pro and con folks, especially those who have been so adamant that CDXC is a lost cause. Lets check this out. Ordering info in on the 'Ordered more NR ' post.
I am probably the oldest person to post here. Age 74. I am a long time investor and have been buying shares of CDXC since August 2010. I hold a sizable position and my basis is higher than where the stock is currently priced. I have found CDXC to be a frustrating holding but I am in, even at this age, for the long haul. As Frank has said the company is just starting to monetize their current four ingredients and I believe that the big picture is such that CDXC is still in its early stages of development. This is not a stock to buy and sell unless you are happy with pennies and revel in your cleverness when you buy 100 share at one price and sell it a few days later for ten cents more.
Now to the products that are out there. At my age I have a multitude of health problems. After talking to my cardiologist I started The Blue Science anti-aging product about a year ago. I am quite interested in NR and my wife and I will probably order it and start to take it soon. However, my reluctance to take it does not have anything to do with the "courage of my convictions." It has to do with prudence in light of my many health concerns. As a guy who used to smoke three packs a day, took multiple substances at one time, and went to detox and treatment many times for alcoholism problems before I quit drinking thirty sevens years ago, you may be surprised to hear me say this. However, over the years I have at least learned a thing or two. One of the things I have learned about investing is that you buy good or potentially good companies like CDXC and then sit back and let things work out over time. There is no question in my mind that this will happen.
There you have it folks, an ex drug addict, senile old man makes a last ditch effort to hit the big time. But he is way under water and the sands of the hourglass inexorably slip by.
Seriously, i am taken aback by this tale.
I suggest you sell everything, go to the casino, find a roulette (single zero) wheel and put it all on black. You will either win or lose, but you will no longer be tortured by this stock.
You deserve better, and if there is any justice in this world you will be able to have peace at the end of your days.
If you want to classify NR in Forest Gump terms.....NR is like Bubba's shrimp. NR has so much potential and their are so many potential ways to bring it to market. Remember when Bubba was telling Forest all the ways shrimp could be prepared ? Sounds to me like NR has the same potential