For me to become bullish (again)? Here's my laundry list; 1.Addition of outside directors to the board. (compensation comittee) 2.Changes in the corporate by-laws that would eliminate the "loans to officers" program which I detailed in msg #119. 3.Repayment of all past loans IN CASH NOT "RETIRED" STOCK. 4.Repayment of all current loans IN CASH. 5.Eliminate all future self dealing by officers UNTIL the accumulated "D" becomes a retained "E". 6.The stock would have to trade on it's own merit, rather pushed by a PR firm. 7.And of course, firm evidence (more than a brochure) of success. For example, a licence agreement with large up front money rather than the standard "other terms not disclosed" BS. (which by the way translates to no money changed hands) I would be more surprised if ANY items on this list came true let alone all of them, so Lake I will likely stay where I have been for the last several years and that is, out. LOL, SW
In reference to your other posting, and I thank you, it couldn't be that it might take an extended amount of time to receive income, would it? GARY By the way I was as haapy as a lark with the close today. See, I didn't hurt anyone. And won't, unless they throw the first punch. There's plenty more assumptions and facts out there, what you don't see is what will hurt you. GARYT
Gary and streatwise are right. Until REFR stuff hits the market and this looks a long way off, price will just limp along. If by chance, commercialization occurs, jump on because potential markets are hugh. One big problem with this firm is its strategy not to manufacture. This suggests that there are production and commercialization pitfalls ahead. Can it be that management is living off equity? After all, Gentex which a good rear view window product is growing sales and earning at solid double digit rates. Plus there are a number of self dimming windows and glasses out there making good money.
Would't we all like to have a job paying big bucks for 20 years of zero sales?