"You smell that son? That's the smell of Victory! I love the smell of fried basher in the morning!"
(Paraphrase of one of Robert Duval's most famous lines)
Options expire tomorrow, someone really wants to nix that $5 strike, but I think they are facing a rising tide.
Here we have a willing buyer at .15 and SOMEBODY dumps 50,000 shares at .12?
Why not try put them out at .13 or .14??
Obviously the object is not to get the best market price......
Yeah alfijim, I just cannot fathom why some people go to such lengths to bemoan the honest hard work of good people. Makes no sense why a person would waste their time this way!
In PM prices tomorrow, almost guaranteed, look for it about 3am EST, then again at 8:29am EST and between 9:30 and 10am EST. can read these guys like a book already.
Yeah, that there is this license, I believe, gives a stronger position of ownership for NNLX.
What it says, in my opinion, is "yes there is a flatpack patent, and it's spoken for"
Shabby, is there any reason the assignment was made in this manner to make it more legally defensible? From what I understand, there are some individuals in this world that make a living filing patent objections.
If given the benefit of doubt, does the licensing deal make the patent "assigned" therefore a "sealed deal" and not open to objection?
In recent email exchanges with the CEO, I posed the question of repeat customers. He indicated all customers have turned into repeat customers. This is hardly forward looking as it is based upon sales that have already occurred; indeed it is evidence of product adoption and customer satisfaction. Chin up pal.
Not sure about that, Brad loves this thing.
I sure do smell a burning smell though, like a short burning smell :-)
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Supply is flat. Demand has risen and premiums for physical purchases are at all time highs. Could demand drop if the price were to fall again? Is it plausible that the people and entities who have been buying gold and silver will reduce their purchases with a lower price? What does that say about price in the long run?
Eventual ramping up of the price of PMs is now a matter of time. It's not if but when.