The music being played at the conference wait sounds like old TV cartoons and at times like porn music . . .
I guess I thought that when offerings were closed on that they immediately reported them--" they" meaning all companies. It's really hard to know what to make of anything nowadays-- I heard it all before, in many stocks, the plusses and the minuses and it really is impossible to know what is reality and what is fictitious. Everyone has a motive, including you and me. I just sold because there's just too many red flags. If I'm wrong, I'm wrong and I hope everyone invested makes a great deal of money. If I was rich and could afford a potential loss than I would have stayed the course. I will keep watching and see what develops. Good luck to you, sir.
They haven't even closed on the secondary offering-- don't they usually announce when they close on an offering? This seems to be yet another red flag-- correct me if my thinking is wrong.
eddy, you are only looking at the glass half full but it is also half empty. I know you know that many good companies never make it because of liquidity reasons. If this was such a fantastic no-brainer investment why wouldn't a big company months ago have invested heavily into the company so that the company could see things through? I have no idea which way this will go but when they announced consultations for strategic alternative that should, and is, a red flag-- to say otherwise is being highly disingenuous.
That advice is quite irresponsible when you tell people to turn off their computers and not worry about their investment. What kind of advice is that?
Sounds, good what you say, Eddyjames but when the ceo says that they only have a demo plant and not a lot of money does that concern you at all? Do you expect it to go down with the recent dilution or not? Also, some mentioned on this board about a RS-- do you think that's in the cards? I only own 10,000 shares but it's a lot of money to me at 0.52/share.
How strange-- I guess those who wanted to manipulate the stock one way or the other are done for now.
You must have a lot of money invested short in this for you to be watching this every minute of the day, Peter South!