micro beads polluting our waters and our aquifers , i hear mblx has technology that can make compostable micro beads? Why would that have any value?
Plastic bags and other stuff polluting our oceans, choking marine life, and polluting our landscape, who needs compostable plastic?
Astonishing to me that these techno_nerds can't get their #$%$ together and bring something , anything to the marketplace!
I think I'm hearing the sound of the fat lady singing. This company is dead in the water,
interesting to note that the vertical group invested heavily in this co and then took it public. check out their portfolio, all med field.
positive news? youre joking , right? with the oceans dying ( marine life choking on small plastic particles ) plastic garbage littering the entire landscape, on the sides of roads, stuck in trees, who needs compostable plastic?
sure would be nice to see this move in the other direction, I for one have hung in there for a long , long time. still a believer.
do you find it interesting that the vertical group launched tepha and metabolix? think there is a connection? (aside from the obvious one)
I think last year they bought at around 1.07? I hold because I still think there is a small chance this will work. I've already lost most of my investment,, so why not? I've given up trying to figure this stock out, at this point im just an observer.
OK, then why do you think Strobeck and Schuler bought? Do you think they're idiots? uneducated and ill informed investors? I agree that the glass is 80% empty, and that's the part you look at. I think the other 20% is worth looking at as well. I'm sorry you lost your shirt on this one. Constructive , constructive criticism or analysis is helpful, whining is not. Time will tell who was right , and who was wrong.
i lost a bit, but i always viewed this as a high risk long shot, as one should with all stocks in this sector. the fact that you lost your butt on this tells me you should look in the mirror and see the low information, uneducated investor staring back at yourself. your posts are useless and childish.
thanks professor, but im afraid the damage has already been done. im just tagging along for the ride and hoping for some new developments. maybe a tech breakthrough? who knows. maybe this is all bs, time will tell. thanks for the sage advise as always.
selling compostable plastic should be a no brainer. just given the fact that the #$%$ can be made from renewable resources should make it an easy sell. I guess I was a sucker too. been watching this turd for so long, down is starting to look like up.
you need to get a real job. who has time for all the dribble you post? unless this is your real job, saving the investment world from the evil force,, eno..beyond stupid.
very insightful, shorty