Golden Chlorella® Omega is an ultra-pure microalgae, sustainably grown in the USA without chemicals. It is a complete functional food containing 50 percent heart-healthy omega 3, 6 and 9 oils by weight and 20 percent dietary fiber. It is non-GMO and grown sustainably and locally in the USA without pesticides or herbicides.
Earnings couldn't have been any worse. Revenue down. Huge losses, projections for the future down. The only thing the company can think of to say is to complain about China. And what does the sock do? It goes up $3. Go figure.
That's when you know the stock is being manipulated. As soon as enough suckers get on board it's going back to $12.
If that's the case Nasdaq should make all China companies post a bond that covers the value of all Nasdaq stock at all times.
That's Nasdaq's fault if it let's China delist at will.
There is absolutely no reason to buy this stock at this price. Earnings was a bust. Sales down 6%. They just lost the Princess business. They have nothing in the pipeline. The CEO has been reduced to pointing to girl action figures--as if he going to change 100,0000 years of evolution.
The only reason it's hanging on is because of the dividend. Without that it would already be at $20.
when a new CEO is announced. If they do it right and get a big player (credibility) with lots of energy and contacts in the food industry it should be a no brainer. Food is a multi-hundred billion dollar business with thousands of manufacturers. TerraVia makes the world's best oil and now proprietary flour with a 100,000 MT capacity production facility so it should just be a matter of signing up manufacturers for the next ingredient revolution in food which is going to take credibility and energy and contacts.
You have no clue about what you are talking about do you. The egg allergy market? Really? SZYM has a 100,000 MT plant. You do the math and figure out how many 2lb jars SZYM would need to fill to even take up 1,000 MT.
SZYM needs them to sell 5,000 jars a day, not a few dozen a month.
It's $50. That's 55 cents an egg equivalent or 6.60 a dozen.
Not going to be many buyers at that price.
Don't forget, Arbor Investments owns several other baking businesses; South Coast is just the tip of the iceberg:
Tip of the ice cube is more like it.
They haven't officially changed their name yet. And look for the product name right now on Amazon--Thrive--it's there. I just looked at it. Easy to find.
Last year, revenues were $56 million
The company itself grossed 56 million? And SZYM product is what, 5% of their overall? So maybe 3 million gross which means about half that or 1.5 million to SZYM if SZYM is in every product?
Great. 1.5m. One down and just 300 more to go.
All 8 of Tesla's ModelX cars are being recalled for a faulty third row latch.
People are now wondering whether this massive recall will hurt Tesla's production schedule and stock price.
Go Daddy insiders are selling to you at 30.75 and you're bidding it up to 32?
Can you be any more of an idjit? Do you not understand that they are cashing out?
General. A clinical hold is an order issued by FDA to the sponsor to delay a proposed clinical investigation or to suspend an ongoing investigation. The clinical hold order may apply to one or more of the investigations covered by an IND. When a proposed study is placed on clinical hold, subjects may not be given the investigational drug. When an ongoing study is placed on clinical hold, no new subjects may be recruited to the study and placed on the investigational drug; patients already in the study should be taken off therapy involving the investigational drug unless specifically permitted by FDA in the interest of patient safety.
Phase III halted in its tracks.
Ya, businesses and brands and management and strategy and focus and building and leveraging and delivering and taste and sustainability--I'd say that pretty much covers the entire world of food.
Way over the top press release.
Because Nobody can figure out what the F they are saying. It sounds like the nothing speak politicians make- up.
"The combined team will put TerraBrands™ in an excellent position to leverage unique relationships and expertise and build great businesses with strong brands, excellent management teams, strategic focus and go-to-market strategies for its portfolio of partner companies. “Working with TerraVia and VMG to build TerraBrands™ represents a unique opportunity to help drive the creation of an exciting new category in food that truly delivers on nutrition, taste and sustainability,” said Belling, who in his tenure with popchips helped lead the next generation in better-for-you snacking. "
I am a master of algae
That's not algae David, that's a fungus. If the off the shelf sprays don't clear it up, take your medi-cal card and sit at a CHC until they give you a prescription.
As in 100 million dollar Unilever scam? As in 400m Moema plant scam?
David, you're street trash. Posting videos of your Tilapia ponds out off hwy 99, always talking trash, denying SZYM makes algae oil when you can buy it at Gelsons etc. etc. It's entertaining but at a Jerry Springer/Heraldo level. They're laughing at you not with you.
I'm betting you live in a trailer and drive a really old rusty bucket. It's 50/50 you even have air conditioning in your white trash mobile mansion.
Nobody else really cares.
The future is finally here. Wolfson is out and a new CEO will be coming in. Nothing to do but sit and wait for the announcement.
Hopefully, it will be a major food company CEO who wants to take a shot at revolutionary product.
I think the unfortunate answer is that algae may produce the product but the fish's system/liver concentrate the good stuff so it can fit in a pill. Probably have to drink a glass of oil a day without the fish systems concentrating it.