well...I like this one because of the potential, and it is so very similar to the development of SPD. RFI management is not equal to the task. Success will sooner come to NENE because they have a by far more ambition. Take a couple minutes here...i can't post link for utube clip. You can
find it on the Ihub board. It is highlighted messages area. interesting indeed. But you can visit their superior website. comp/rfi
But that is my opinion. You can formulate your own opinion on how I invest, it's me and i own up to it. Foolish? yeah, Nervouse? Now and then.
Thanks for your concern, though. I am getting up in age.Experienced doesn't always mean wise. But it has highlighted REASON and that does not always live up to expectations either. ;-
Interesting perspective on "potential".
I think the point I was making a week ago was I saw that NENE and REFR were a lot alike...and your reply point was right on, the word was "potential".
My view was how much they were alike; 4 employees, minimal cash on hand, high cash burn, minimal sales,need to sell more stock and dilute existing holders, low likelihood of ever launching a product, and great "story" stocks.
So, how did you find these two stocks? How did you do your DD?
Bonus question; do you know Bob or Joe personally?
Oh, and experience only means you have survived, not perfectly, but survived with some stories.
Have a weekend that lights your life up!
First,I was always a fan of Star Trek and its spinoffs.
Technology was growing leaps since I purchased my 1st computer, a Commodore64.
I worked in telecommunications and installed switches in places from auto repair shops to famous banks. Technology was becoming obsolete very rapidly with impressive improvements.
I became involved in installing fiberoptics and Installing tech centers for huge companies downtown Chicago.
I invested in lots of weird stocks because I could.
I used to go to the library and spend lots of time going through S&P reports to try and choose winning stocks. I stumbled learning shortcuts to obtain real time info on some story stocks. My dd was surely neanderthal at best. I learned by losing any gains by holding too long or missing a killing by not holding on one more stinking day on some.
I also invested in GENTEX for a bit, when they started with truck mirrors.
Then searched similar tech and RFI was looking good, and here I am.
A few years REFR was not going forward as I hoped.
In searching pennies, I found NENE. Have you had time to go to the Ihub board and find the University video?
I was sorta trading both with a base shares so they both stayed, among others, on accumulation or thinning, or just totally selling.
I don't think I am different than any other investor, with the exception of longer term loyalty or maybe it is just more patience.
I have met Joe in Chicago one time and was impressed with the SPD, but not too much with J.H.
Thank you for your uplifting message and likewise wish you well.
watchitgo, you have a remarkable record; unremitting nastiness toward ANYONE who questions this ongoing stock fraud. You were one of my first attackers when I shorted this condemned taco stand in 2002. The price was 20 and quickly went to 17. You were foul mouthed and crazed in your manner. You have not changed as this nonsense scam has gone down to 3+.
You have posted so much erroneous information and positive gossip about alleged new "licensees" that is is remarkable that you are still here. It must be due to your contempt for anyone who actually does believe you.
Similarly, you have not only been a paid pumper for this nonsense stock, but for others as well.
Over the years I have asked you for a full list of companies you pump so that I can short each and every one of them. Thus far you have not obliged me with this request.
Say what you will about me personally (you love personal attacks , don't you?) or other sensible negative posters on this board, but here is the grim truth for you to embrace; anyone who shorted this fraud in 2002 has made a ton of money. Anyone, presumably you, who thanked us shorts along the way for lowering the price so that they can go long, lost a ton of money.