May 11.Read yesterday's PR. May 11 th evening earnings Will come out and conference call will be on 12th
Remember, the other day they issued 3.5 million to 4 million shares for financing. GAI bought maximum shares. That's is dilution. I was hoping financing will happen when the share pice will be in upper 5s and they would give the shares for upper 4s..so dilution will not affect the share price much. I was wrong.
Nice find nialls. Lets hope we'll get the mandate expansion quicker than we thought.
oh that's too old. They did not know how the pricing works for DNA marking. The expenses were only $2 - $2.2 million for DNA marking around $20 million fsc5962 items for Yr2014
It is because it is expensive for DLA not to suppliers.
Few authorized manufacturers did not want to participate even though DLA was reimbursing. They were just against the program for no reason.
Also DLA want to do the marking themselves because they want to extend the mandate to 6 FSGs. In that way they can minimize the costs.
The change, DLA said, will create a centralized, streamlined DNA marking process within DLA, reduce the overall cost of the marking initiative, and will ensure maximum participation of DoD suppliers in supplying FSC 5962 microcircuits.
I am still waiting for the link for $8,150 from you.
Who is paying for DNA marking & expense for shipment to DLA?? Supplier or DLA??Why should supplier bother about the costs?? Basic sense...
How did you come up with $8,150. Can you elaborate?
Not only 6 mandates, they have other thing going well too. If they get more clients in pharma then there is no looking back. Similar the case with DNAnet . Unlike ADP it's one time.investment for customers..They don't need need to pay recurring monthly payments. If even 10% of homeowners buy DNAnet kit, then it's a jackpot
Sorry if my post has any grammatical errors or not properly framed. I meant to say one can still average now if not when it goes up .
2015 revenue may be around $6 million which is not sufficient to fund operations for 2016. where will they go for money next year . $14 million still left from mixed shelf $25 million. There may one to two million difference. Break even may not happen by 2016 August unless surprises happen. I know it is bitter to know that there may be a chance for dilution next year. Just my opinion.
Now is the time to average in.
company have funds for 9 months atleast. No more dilution upto that point. Revenues will grow in next 3 quarters. I am still expecting one last dilution in next fiscal year (for around $14 mill) before they become break even. If you have funds you can average in, otherwise hold.
Bob Havlicek · Top Commenter · MacArthur High School
Seems to me, all you have to do is spit on all your property.
Until now the police would not make the effort to use DNA, to recover stolen property.
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Sara Lee · Top Commenter
Soo Why just Huntington station? Is that were the most crime is?
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Debra Mendez · Top Commenter
I would like to participate!
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Matthew Cordaro · Top Commenter
Sounds neat! Where can I sign up.
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Long Island Town Giving Residents DNA Tool To Fight Crime
April 10, 2015 6:45 PM
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HUNTINGTON STATION, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The Town of Huntington on Long Island is using science to fight crime.
As CBS2’s Tracee Carrasco reported, a company will use DNA from plants to track down jewelry and other valuables stolen in home burglaries.
“I’m excited that Huntington will be one of the first in the nation to trial this technology,” said Suffolk County Legislator Dr. William Spencer (D-Huntington).
The Town of Huntington is providing 500 residents with a vial containing a plant-based product that can be used to leave an invisible print on valuables. The product includes DNA extracted from an assortment of common plants in homes and yards.
If those items are stolen and recovered or pawned, an ultraviolet light can be used to reveal the mark which would then be traced to the owners so the items can be returned, WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall reports.
Long Island Town Providing Residents With New Tool To Fight Crime
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The program that makes it all possible is called DNANET. In Huntington Station on Friday, state lawmakers and police joined the head of the local startup tech company that created the DNA Net kit.
“Application is easy,” said Jim Hayward of Applied DNA Sciences. “Just swab the DNA onto an item, creating a marking just smaller than a dime.”
Hayward demonstrated how easy it is for police officers to shine the UV light onto valuables afterward. The plant DNA shines brightly, and can even be sent by a computer to a lab to match it to stolen items listed on the company’s database.
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The price of each fsc5962 ranges $10 - $500 (Most of fsc5962s)
APDN charges $0.10 to $0.50 for DNA marking each fsc5962 item
Price of each BMW car ranges $35000 - $100000 (Majority of them)
Rather than stealing entire cars, according to the report, thieves focus on engine parts, airbags and mirrors. A motorized and heated BMW side mirror can cost the equivalent of $400. When these parts are marked with APDN smartDNA, the part is far more easily recovered, and the criminal can be linked to the crime.