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abigchocoholic 98 posts  |  Last Activity: May 18, 2016 3:07 PM Member since: May 4, 2003
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    One Risk Not Mentioned

    by ozigo70 Mar 18, 2016 12:48 PM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 18, 2016 2:00 PM Flag

    un·prov·en
    ˌənˈpro͞ov(ə)n/
    adjective
    adjective: unproven; adjective: unproved
    not demonstrated by evidence or argument, not tried and tested.

    prod·uct
    ˈprädəkt/
    noun
    noun: product; plural noun: products
    1. an article or substance that is manufactured or refined for sale.

  • Reply to

    One Risk Not Mentioned

    by ozigo70 Mar 18, 2016 12:48 PM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 18, 2016 1:35 PM Flag

    So other than no revenue, totally unproven products, no CEO and a manufacturing facility in a rapidly deteriorating country, you're good?

    Me too.

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    Why SZYM is a good bet

    by mcjdog Mar 17, 2016 10:05 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 18, 2016 10:00 AM Flag

    Dude, you're all over the board here. Are you coming or going? SZYM no longer has the new car smell. The IPO was ages ago. At some point you have to produce. Even SCTY and TWTR have taken it in the shorts for not making a profit and their gross revenues have gone through the roof since their IPOs. SZYM's gross revenues are grossly lacking.

    The only one that's still in fantasy land is TSLA. Why that stock is at 230 I have no idea.

  • Reply to

    Netflix shorts are morons

    by adamw691 Mar 18, 2016 8:50 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 18, 2016 9:43 AM Flag

    Game on. I'm in short at 101.48

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    Why SZYM is a good bet

    by mcjdog Mar 17, 2016 10:05 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 17, 2016 5:51 PM Flag

    Actually at Big chocolate Twitter had revenues of $300m when they went public
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    And SZYM had next to zero revenue and went public at $18 with over a billion valuation. What's your point again?

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    Is Moema at Nameplate and Full Capacity?

    by mcjdog Mar 17, 2016 12:34 PM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 17, 2016 1:32 PM Flag

    Are you effing joking? You think if it was producing 100,000 metric tons they wouldn't mention it or the income generated or the buyers? The stock would be at $30 if that were the case.

    Get real.

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    Why SZYM is a good bet

    by mcjdog Mar 17, 2016 10:05 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 17, 2016 1:23 PM Flag

    The market rarely lies, it's a $2 stock because there's nothing here, not so you an just get in on the cheap
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    It's actually the opposite. The market is rarely right. Almost without exception companies are over-valued or under-valued. And when the market is right it passes right by the right price like a ship passing a buoy at night. Just a blip on a screen of very often wrongs.

    The only way the market is ever really spot on is with hindsight averaging over about 5 years.

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    Why SZYM is a good bet

    by mcjdog Mar 17, 2016 10:05 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 17, 2016 1:19 PM Flag

    There have been plenty of examples of companies in recent years valued at $20bn without a any sign of profits (3D systems, Twitter, Tessla) and in some cases barely a business model when they went public (Twitter)
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    There's a huge fundamental difference. Those companies produce billions in gross revenue. Maybe not net revenue but the gross sales are there. SZYM not only does not produce billions in revenue, it doesn't produce 100s of millions, it doesn't produce even a 100m, it doesn't produce even 50 million. So no comparison.

  • abigchocoholic by abigchocoholic Mar 17, 2016 10:49 AM Flag

    1. Bring on a high energy CEO who knows the food industry (and tell Wolfson he'll be working from home from now on). Even better bring on a CEO and his entire team to take over.

    2. Do Deals. Lots and lots of deals. Should be easy when you have the best products in history.

    3. Publicize your deals. Put out press releases all the time. Foods that use your products are better. Foods that use your products are healthier.

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    Why SZYM is a good bet

    by mcjdog Mar 17, 2016 10:05 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 17, 2016 10:27 AM Flag

    Of course they do. 10s of billions are lost by sophisticated investors every year.

    And 28m is mice nuts. It's a token of good faith is all it is.

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    Next Bump up For SZYM?

    by abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 11:31 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 17, 2016 12:06 AM Flag

    And that's why I'm thinking that the next bump up is going to come from a highly respected Food Industry CEO. Hopefully that's what SZYM is looking for. Pull a major player out of a giant in the industry for instant credibility. Give them a good salary, give them great stock options and let's see what a proven winner can do with revolutionary product.

    Either that or conserve every penny and sell to Bunge for $10 a share in stock. At least that would get the shareholders back to 50% losses.

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    Next Bump up For SZYM?

    by abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 11:31 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 11:23 PM Flag

    Wolfsons nothing but a scam artist and had nothing to do with anything good and just rides the coat-tails of others.
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    The one thing he did good that you totally missed was the secondary he ran at $11 a share. The stock was trading at 13 at the time and I couldn't understand why he did a secondary at 11 but now I know--because the stock was worth nowhere near even 11. It was a $1 stock at the time and only the insiders knew it.

    I hope somebody figures this out and gets rid of him!!!!!
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    Really? Did you not know he's been fired? They are currently looking for a new CEO.

    I can't believe how stupid I was to buy shares in this loser!!!!! $100,000 down the drain. Us morons never learn!
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    I'm right there with you. I got hustled too.

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    Next Bump up For SZYM?

    by abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 11:31 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 10:36 PM Flag

    Ok, here we go. Your lips are still so tight up against Wolfson' s ass you can't see anything but hair so at least try to listen..

    without Wolfson, there would be NO Solazyme.
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    Lie. Dillon was the inventor. Wolfson knows nothing about biology or chemistry. He's a snake lawyer who hopped on the money train.

    Dillion left to be with family----who would have been CEO or the driving force?
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    That was years after the IPO and Dillon cashed out. He knew what Wolfson knew and rather than ride the lies he got out. Wolfson is an abject failure at CEO. Everything he touched turned into a lump of coal.

    You say--- 'At every critical juncture Wolfson made the wrong decision"" Like coming up with the whole idea in the first place.
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    You're just repeating yourself.

    2. Securing funding for the IPO.
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    IPO buyers didn't benefit from that. Private funding reaped those benefits including Wolfson. Everyone who bought at the IPO would unquestionably be better off had SZYM not gone public. So your assertion is ass backward. What a moron for even saying it.

    3. Taking Algenist ,found by accident , and placing it in stores all over the world.
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    Once again Wolfson didn't do that. 400 million in biologists and marketing did it and Algenist is a total loss. It's been scrapped. The product is history. It was a total loser. The marketing costs are 4 times what the revenue is.

    4.Realizing that they can make healthier oils for food and add diversity with their offerings.
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    Wolfson didn't do this. He's been forced into food by failure at every other product. He had no vision. He's here by failure.

    5. Fixes problems at Moema
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    OM Freakin G. He caused a class action lawsuit by his lies over Moema and you're giving him credit? I give up with you. Too stupid to have a conversation with.

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    Why SZYM is a bad bet

    by covereight Mar 13, 2016 11:53 PM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 10:21 PM Flag

    In short, a lack of differentiation and unattractive process economics.
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    You're talking out of your #$%$. Either that or you have insider information because SZYM has never disclosed its food oil or algae product process economics. And as far as product differentiation--it's not only different it's revolutionary.

  • Reply to

    Lesson Learned

    by mikeedgar Mar 16, 2016 12:20 PM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 3:33 PM Flag

    Only when a stock is able to hold a move up for at least a couple of days is it time to consider buying on "good news."
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    There wasn't enough good news. The CEO stepping down isn't worth a double. The rest was all window dressing and hype--bottom line they are still trying to find profitable product lines. But if they bring in a true food industry giant as CEO, it could make the stock double immediately. That's how important this next decision is.

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    Next Bump up For SZYM?

    by abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 11:31 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 3:25 PM Flag

    Even with your hair splitting it's stupid. Why wouldn't I be happy if SZYM went back to its IPO price? Hell, everyone would be happy then. This ain't rocket science. It's simple addition.

    Back to the main point--at ever critical juncture Wolfson made the wrong decision. It is what it is. Now he's stepping down. Finally! If they can poach a top level CEO from the food industry, there's still hope. Algae food could be big. But not under Wolfson--he's wrong for the company.

  • abigchocoholic by abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 2:01 PM Flag

    Only 11m in cash left. Losing 70m a year on the books.

    A petroleum alternative when petroleum is at 30 year lows.

    It'll be out of business in a year.

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    Next Bump up For SZYM?

    by abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 11:31 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 1:15 PM Flag

    First you say: IMHO, I don't think you will ever be happy with this company.

    Then you say: I'm not sure anyone is as "happy with this company" right now.

    Try and gather your thoughts before you post worthless drivel.

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    Next Bump up For SZYM?

    by abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 11:31 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 1:13 PM Flag

    Angry long. Been lied to by Wolfson for years.

  • Reply to

    Next Bump up For SZYM?

    by abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 11:31 AM
    abigchocoholic abigchocoholic Mar 16, 2016 12:14 PM Flag

    IMHO, I don't think you will ever be happy with this company. You don't seem to applaud very much if at all.
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    This company is one of the worst performer in all of NASDAQ over the past 3 years. It doesn't' get any worse than this company. If you're happy with this company you are a moron who shouldn't be in the stock market outside of mutual funds.

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