reasons prohibiting the shares to trade much higher
1. nasdaq delisting: in 2009 the share was trading at 0.50 USD without the Sinopharm deals 2. pinksheets listing: no guarantees of further financial insights 3. number of employees at 14 and (imo) declining: gives the false impression of a Company with little or no activities. Even most top restaurants employ that amount of people in their kitchen. 4. in its financial reports the Company has been warning for bankruptcy chance for 2 straight years, even with the AMUN finance deal and the low cash burn. 5. people who are used to view succesfull Companies by the size of their net profits think a Company that constantly looses money (like almost all biotech smallcaps) is not worth a purchase 6. the Company abandoned (according to my research) its leading drug HE2000 around 2001, it was disrupted from development in March 2007 of Neumune and it suddenly came along with Triolex and Apoptone around 2008. This tends to decrease Company credibility.
drelvis: Don't have any poop stuck in my colon, but the mere mention of the name Richard Hollis still sticks in my craw. Thanks for the other info. I'm off to Wal-Mart for the Sharpie Pen and the Elton John sunglasses. Wow, can hardly wait for the reaction to the "new me", from the gals who spend all day hanging out over the bar at my local pub.
dickie.........Poop Doc is a product used to treat constipation that supposedly releases oxygen to clean out the poop stuck to your colon wall. They are advertising like crazy out here on the West Coast. Probably hasn't hit the Heartland yet. And it has the worst name ever. Here's a link
You could burn your eyebrows off with a laser and then get a eyebrow tattoo. You could go cheap and just draw the eyebrows in with a Sharpie every few days but that would be messy and wouldn't look nearly as well as a tattoo. Can't help with the crow's feet except for a big pair of Elton John like sunglasses
drelvis: Thanks for the Happy B-Day wish. What is "Poop Doc"??? Is that a "Doc" Elvis concoction, or a generic that I can pick up "on the cheap" at Walmart? As I get nearer the "finish line" (sometimes referred to as "The Night Shift"), I'm up for anything that keeps my golf handicap at around 10 and puts me to sleep by 11. So far, the fish oil from Mississippi Catfish has kept my ageing body looking buff, but I've started to notice a couple of "crows feet" around the eyes, and a few gray hairs in the eye brows. Any suggestions other than cosmetic surgery and Clairol???
As an actual shareholder of Harbor here (as opposed to most others), I wouldn't want any monies used for employees here if it wasn't needed considering the vast majority of work was being done in China. Seriously?