They can tout the great 'technology" that no one wants to actually purchase. The wonderful road shows where they show slides and serve wine. But in the end if you look at all the trials they have had for the last 5 years no one buys the product. So just call it what it is a bulletin board touted stock its based on the greater fool theory that someone will actually buy it at higher place looks like no one wants to own it above .50
There are some similarities with other "pipe dreams" but several big differences that you might consider note:
Generally with a fake company:
1. Buildings are rented, but nothing built inside
2. Professors are given a few shares and $2k per month to list their titles, but no work to do.
3. In a fake company. a proof-of-concept unit is not built and demonstrated.
4. In a fake company, a prototype unit is not built for evaluation by an established large company.
5. No large and legitimate company gives these fake companies money or expertise.
6. No large, established corporation partners with a fake company to build a demo unit at one of their plants and then allowing the activity to be publicized.
So, three key elements exist with MVTG:
1. Proof-of Concept
2. Demo unit works
3. Established relationship with large multi-national corporation.
Only large scale feasibility work remains - which also becomes the "unit design" which can be replicated at all of the Lafarge plants.
Wow, another Babbling Basher whose short position isn't working out. Try doing some basic DD. If you had read the PR from 3-25-14 about MVTG launching a pilot plant project at Lafarge's cement plant in Richmond, B.C. you would realize that MVTG's ERC technology is entering the commercial phase in 2014. Upon successful operation of the Richmond facility the plan is to install the ERC technology at all of Lafarge's 161 plants in the world. By the way, Lafarge and fellow cement maker Holcim on Monday unveiled the terms of a merger that will create a giant with combined sales of 32 billion euros ($44 billion). The Lafarge CEO will lead the new company so there's a solid chance MVTG's technology will be installed at all of the Holcim plants also.