Well actually it's nutstoobolts. Don't ask me why I did it that way.
Concentrate on making money instead of my hundreds of identities.
You can buy the dips and make money here.
I remember when I mentioned MNST when they had lawsuits
and a 14 year old girl did after 2 cans of their beverage..
Jack found fault with my pick. But Jack was me? Anyway,
share price then $40...just a few days ago...$140.
might get the "Authorities Having Jurisdiction" to get their azzez moving.
That's my dream, anyway.
I' got a large poplar (popple) blow-down to cut up.
Gotta keep your priorities straight!
Buy any good dip.
Be back with more pumping to help you get rich-(er.)
Kel, I looked at your spelling of 'nessasary' and I seem to have lost my ability
to spell completely.
It was like Kryptonite to Superman!
Anyway,. the way you spelled it does sound right and you have enough money
to get it changed, with tons left over. LOL
Welcome back; what'd u do, take time out 4 sexual activity?
I love to buy shares of great companies that are involved
in lawsuits, especially class action lawsuits.
I don't want to teach you all that I know so...
end of message.
"This horse is lame."
Come back in a year and say that when the share price is
at least $65.
Did you buy any shares, Cisco?
"one needs to be a chemist and a lawyer to follow this story."
I was under the impression you were a lawyer, a chemist, plus
a real fine detective. What a BUMMER!
Well anyway, you can take an online course and become a lawyer by
That's all raypuke has to say and I guess it is supposed to somehow cause the
share price to drop.
Does he really think a shareholder would sell because of his ex-convict-like
And every time he has said "I dare you to buy", the shares have been an
excellent buy. $3.81 comes to mind.
Short term this thing always surprises me. They are running up the price now
and most of them know about the merger. LOL
Any drop in the share price would be caused by earnings disappointments.
But I would say we will go higher with usual the dips everyday.
We belong at $16 right now and I don't think it will be long before we are there.
Investors will realize that the merger will turn out to be a bargain.
The amount of debt won't be that high for a company that will produce 515 M
gallons of ethanol and we are going to do very well on the by-products.
If I didn't own any shares I would buy every good dip until I had a good bunch.
Maybe I would plan on selling at $18 and $21 and put the GTC orders in
until the orders are exercised. But I wouldn't sell all my shares. We are in an
uptrend and the shares can be bought now. Once we are in a downtrend " You
can't touch this."
I have learned to never mention PEIX on other message boards as a buy, because
there are so many investors who hate it.
"Oh just look at all the reverse splits!" Or "the management doesn't care about shareholders."
No doubt quite a few investors have lost money on it from development stage on up.
I even lost money on Aventine quite a few years ago.
Today PEIX is doing great and has very little debt; it's amazing how much debt
has been paid down in a short time.
Now some are saying that with Pixie issuing shares to merge with Aventine, that dilution
will cause the share price to drop so badly that we will have to do another R/S and or,
a stock offering.
But we are in great shape now and investors shouldn't wait until 16 or 20 to get in.
It is strange how everyone is an expert at using hindsight, but those with vision are few
and far between.
P.S. NFLX is now better than a 10 bagger from it's lows of early 2010 when it raised prices
a teensy bit and lost some customers. No one wanted to buy shares at the lows or
probably until Carl Icahn took a stake. On CNBC they laughed at John Najarian because
he bought shares at $64 for a trade. He was asked about the trade a few days later and
he said he sold for a $3 loss at $61. !! It hit a high of $568.75 today!!!
In order to have a great investment it has to be something that most people say
absolutely no, or they say they hate it and lost money on it! And then they change their
minds and buy at higher prices.
Buy the dip.