There are some believers here. Everyone wishes it were true, but it's not. The guy on May 9th promises a major new contract in the "next two weeks" that will launch UNIS into "hyper revenue growth". It's now 4 months and not word one. They'll do their pr's but the word from the street, ala Forbes, is out. This thing is going to tank back under $2 very soon and most likely back under $1. There are other places to invest - rule one in investing: Protect your capital. This is one of those times.
we have a public company working well over 5 years on several transformational products - downside from here is very low considering the poss upside from these levels if this pre rev company becomes a rev generating one - thats the risk/reward potential here - very small down and huge up - you want to short into that - off you go!!!
I thought of the same comparison. The tough part for the general population or investor to swallow is that it is very easy for this type of person to "get off" on lying. They enjoy creating scams and maybe in their own delusional mind actually believe they are going to be successful, but are not grounded by any sort of reality. They speak with such conviction that you cannot process the possiblity that most of it is pure embellishment or a flat out lie.