Kel, what I was getting at in my post yesterday was that I don't believe these idiots who complain
about any Aventine Warrants know what they consist of!
And since there was zero response from any of them for 12 hours following my post, to me it shows that
they absolutely did not know!
Marginmaid, since you brought up the mention of Aventine Warrants, tell this board exactly how many there are and what are the exercise prices.
I have some information on them, but since you brought up the subject to scare my fellow shareholders with
the mention of them, how many are there and how will they be handled after the merger?
Please list any and all exercise prices and also when these warrants expire.
Time and again you and or Oily mention these TERRIBLE WARRANTS as a tremendous liability for PEIX,
but I would be very surprised to find that you even know what they consist of !
How many shares traded near the close that dropped this a quick 10 or 15 cents?
Whoever it was, why not sell throughout the day?
That seemed suspicious.
The new investors bought at $2.47? That sounds too good to be true.
Your first rule should be: Never lose capital, and you may have, already.
Baldy Baked Bean is pumping this all over the internet and that is solely
to help "investors" I suppose? Bu11sh1t. And he used to work in the
brokerage industry, so you should know he doesn't intend to help you.
Better sell before that idiot does!
Watch and learn.
""I think the chairman and largest stockholder was genius for trading equity for the advantages these three bring.""
I think they bring HYPE. These people have plenty of money they can afford to throw away. Just because they possibly are rich that does not mean you should follow them into this "investment." It also does not mean
that they are right.
And check the terms of their deal and see how it compares to your buy price.
Remember Baldy will start selling right while he is hyping the stock on this message board. Don't ever trust
anyone who would even think of buying penny stock in a wannabee company.
You stay off my board and I'll stay off yours, you #$%$.
The only coffee I buy outside the house is Mickie Dee's.
And even then I lie and tell them I am a senior citizen.
A penny saved is a penny earned.
No, I haven't bought on any dip for a long time. I probably should not do it, but I try to
help others that may read my posts. When I did that during a different business cycle,
I was WRONG, but I was buying at the same time I said that everyone should buy.
Then I took a $32,000 loss just before the 1 for 15 took place. I also told txbmwracer
that my advice was to sell and he sold. And it did turn out to be the right thing to do
at the time. Kelly also sold at that time. I think I got 0.41 for my shares and tx held
out for .044, but $2.33 is the equivalent of 0.15533
I did buy 1,000 shares today; went out and cut some wood, and then came back and
sold immediately at market price. But I have too many shares even without those.
Call it supporting the share price, which is what it is.
You should not be afraid of owning shares of PEIX. But the best time to buy is during
a nice little dip. I can't believe it went down to $11.62 today. I waited 'til it bounced back
to $11.73 and bought at market price.
I don't post anything that isn't true.
When USG came out of BK, Warren Buffett was by far the largest shareholder.
I was also a shareholder before, during, and after BK. The shareholders were
offered a chance to buy 1 share for every share they owned @ $40 each and
any shares that were not bought, Buffett was the backstop. In other words he
bought EVERY share that there were no buyers for. I didn't buy any and I
don't know anyone from the message board who said the he / she did.
The stock was doing well at the last of the BK proceedings even though USG
had to pay $4 BILLION in asbestos liabilites and when the co. came out of BK
the share price went to $121+, but not for long! In the following months the
share price dropped as low as $4.00 if not lower and as far as I know, Buffett
never sold a share! Look at major holders of USG and you will see that he is still
the largest shareholder of the company and it now trades at $28, much lower
than the backstop price of $40 he paid about 7 years ago!
So if a few of us on this board kept shares even when the price went
over $20, that just shows our vote of confidence in PEIX. Plus, without a doubt
there were holders of warrants exercisable at $8.00 per share and they
just hung onto them! Another vote of extreme confidence, I would say!
Also the company had no trouble selling shares at $16 awhile back!
So all of us stayed with the shares and we are absolutely wrong but you
who find fault with what we did are right?
Don't forget you are once again using hindsight which we didn't have.
I had 425 shares @ $19+ and a few other shares that were underwater and I sold them for a $6,000 loss.
I shouldn't have done it.
But still, profits minus losses, I am up more than a lot of investors make for gains in their lifetime. That
might include you if you insist on buying stocks like CBIS and PZOO. What if they decided to do 1 for
100 stock splits? Then the share price cold drop back to where it is now and you are down 90%.
Everyone who is making money on PEIX now, has made mistakes and had losses at some point. JEC
didn't start right out making money on his trades. Pixie is tricky and the decent moves are always
a surprise. There is a ton of potential here. It is too bad that you can only go by what has happened in
the past! (but it's not right for me to remind you of it)?
With the cash that these combined companies will have, there will be no need to do any kind of a stock
offering. They did the stock offerings because they thought there was no other choice. It looks like the
last offering at $16 was maybe fear on their part that they might run out of money.
Do you remember when PEIX had at least $130,000,000.00 in debt?
This is the best time ever to own Pacific Ethanol shares.
is going to be lying in bed thinking; "The only thing I can do to bash LL
is harp over and over and over about the restocking fee, but somehow
they know better than to panic sell because of that. I may be fugged, IMO!"
"And if they decide to do away with the fee, sales would probably improve
60% or more! Oh God, how I wish I had never heard of those two letters.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
If a stock goes down including the drop to $2.33 and you just sit and sh1t,
then just get off this board!
We know that $27.15 is the low and we also know there aren't many investors
around these days. Seems everyone wants instant results or pfffft they are gone!