I don't know their intentions....They may give new prediction in 2016 or end of 2015 to $30 something by 2017 so that the share price will move up and new investors will come in
Why should I bother to reveal all the shares I bought? My average is less than the current price..more than 2.5 cents.....is that enough??
Hello, After madate expansion announced Revenue's will be min $50 million once all suppliers of 66 fscs sign up for the program..mandate expansion means it does not happen in just couple months. For FSC5962 it took one year to get most of the suppliers...If they get all suppliers by Sep 2016 and announcement made in July - August 2016 still it cant make $16 million..2017 Revenues will be $50 million. I never mention 2106 revenues. I said after 2016......Go back and check my posts...I don't think APDN will generate $15.7m for 2016. My guess is $12 million
What the heck you are talking...I am here on the board since 2009..Go check my average price....I never deleted a single post
Apoc kept on buying just before before this run started...He did not miss it.
How do you know my average price. I bought some during this run too.
8 more added in last 15 days. That's very quick.
As I see, these companies are not basically for fsc5962, they are for other fsc items that are being tested in 2 year program.
Did you forget the chart in 2013. Go back and refer it where it went down to 9 cents and came back up to 26 cents . That's chart pattern it's following right now
APDN, a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting technology, supply chain and product authentication solutions, has completed a campaign for SigNature T DNA marking of pima cotton fibers destined for one of America's largest retailers. More than 10,000 bales of extra long staple, pima cotton have been securely marked at the fiber level with APDN's botanically-derived DNA, and are en route to off-shore locations in Asia for conversion to finished goods, that will ultimately be sold at retail this year.
"This project marks the first deployment of APDN's DNA technology solutions in Asia, marking and authenticating pima cotton fibers grown in California. It is a historic first step toward increased transparency and compliance for textile supply chains worldwide. We are grateful toward our supply chain partners for their unwavering desire to deliver the best possible product to the consumer," said Dr. James A. Hayward, President & CEO, APDN.
The project's sponsor is a US-based distributor of fine textiles, which provides finished products to many of America's largest brands and retailers. The implementation of the supply chain driven solutions involves multiple corporate alliances for APDN. In combination, the market valuations of the members of this supply chain total more than $200 billion.
Stated MeiLin Wan, Executive Director, Textiles, "These bales follow a trusted supply chain, with proper chain of custody protocols backed with on-site inspection and independent third party sampling procedures of converted yarn, fabrics and finished goods. Assurance of global supply chain integrity, and of the 100 percent extra long staple pima content of the final product, will be achieved with our patented DNA authentication methods at each step in the supply chain."
Diagnosis and Prevention
As part of APDN's suite of DNA authentication services, the Company offers both diagnosis of label non-compliance for pima cotton (fiberTyping), and preventive solutions
The technology platform is designed to identify APDN DNA-marked products before they are sampled or sent for forensic authentication in one of APDN's laboratories. With a road map to include a mix of chemical, optical, digital and image-processing characteristics, it enables users to identify the presence of a SigNature DNA mark on their product
Awesome news therealgman...Here comes $50 million in 2016...Gauranteed in 2017