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billyteex1 884 posts  |  Last Activity: 10 hours ago Member since: Jul 17, 2006
  • Reply to

    Test

    by billyteex1 10 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 10 hours ago Flag

    yup

  • Reply to

    Test

    by billyteex1 10 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 10 hours ago Flag

    No

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 10 hours ago Flag

    Apparently they are trapped and cannot wiggle out of this simple test. If I'm right about these four id's, then that would show who the skunks are. If I'm wrong I leave. Something they all pray for.

    They cannot use multiple tools, to post. They would be too busy, just trying to get three single words posted. I will daily remind this board of this test. If they want to prove me nuts, here's their chance.

    But they cannot pass this. JZ,HH, Laurence and Vorlon are the same ID. We heard all the jokes last time and the one ID who asked for the test, failed it.

    If they pass it, they can then make all the jokes in the world and I will deserve, everyone. Since I'm one step ahead of you two will agree and two won't agree. They will figure that then the ones who agreed can say they won't take the test, because the others won't. Seen it, heard it and to date no one has ever pass it.

  • Reply to

    Estimating a buyout figure

    by civil.discourse 15 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 10 hours ago Flag

    That's exactly what the accountants would do, take the numbers and assign a time value to it, over 7-10 years. It first has to make sense. Wish we were a fly on the wall.

    If they did a all stock buyout, they can pay a little higher valuation. They also have to sell the idea to their shareholders. But that wouldn't be hard, if they can demonstrate results in this clinic and what is going on outside the USA. If a deal was announced, I would sell half and hope for a competing bid. Not cash out all at once. You never know. Not too dumb to discuss exit strategies.

    The biggest key for us, is reimbursement for the higher price filter. Didn't they hirer someone with this background or do I have another investment that did that? To many investments to little time to keep all the facts straight.

    I wrote the company this week. I questioned the fiduciary responsibility to investors to keep us up to date. Since in the 10-K, it states that in 3Q we could lose everything. They only know us, when they need money.

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 11 hours ago Flag

    Actually you didn't pass the last time if you are JZ. You showed up, but JZ didn't. Hmmmm...very interesting. I did test the bashers, if you recall. Look even HH shows up, this is why you need 10 id's there Vorlon.

    laurence, JZ, HH and vorlon pass my simple test and I leave forever. No prize bigger. What a trophy too show me up.

    Rules are simple. Each Id posts three one word messages in less than 15 seconds. You need 12 messages posted. I will test the 15 seconds to make sure it's fair. Jz will be given the three words, so he has no excuse.

    Bet they will have no less than 100 excuses.

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 12 hours ago Flag

    I don't think they are looking for biotech's who are "late" getting a ph3 started. Vorlon, you sound a lot like JZ today....hmmmmm.

    How about you and JZ post three separate one word messages under 15 seconds on the same link.

  • Reply to

    auditors RED HERRING in 10K

    by dbtunr 16 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 12 hours ago Flag

    Interesting omission by dbtrunr, This "going concern" is as of Dec 31, 2013. As of Dec 31, 2013, they didn't have the $8.558M.

    Here's another thing I dug up about "going concerns"

    The smallest of these, the ones with a public equity float of less than $75 million, or if the public equity float is not calculable, with annual revenues less than $50 million in the previous year, were the ones given an exemption for Sarbanes-Oxley 404 internal control reporting by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act. The idea was these companies could not afford to pay the extra fee for the Sarbanes-Oxley opinion.

    Since, according to Audit Analytics' Don Whalen, this category accounts for 50% of the “going concern” qualifications issued through May 31, 2010, that’s probably true.

    I didn't buy the stock based on an opinion dated Dec31, 2013? I bought on my opinion that things have gotten much better.

    Dbtunr is using a old opinion to support his BK and falsely added the numbers up incorrectly and intentionally left out the $1.8M prepaids. Whose to say that on Dec 31,2014, they pay for the exemption and this is lifted. They CLEARLY ARE ON BETTER footing now, then in December.

    Again dbtunr's argument has big holes in it. Just like his prepaid argument had big holes. Bet spanspur and grandslammer are called upon.

  • He combed through the quarter updates, which by the way are not audited. You have to be honest about the numbers and the annual return has to be audited. But in the first and second quarter, the company has to disclose as of Dec 31, 2013, the auditors had concerns about 'Going concern". Now what do you do, to make sure you don't go BK, well you raise money through warrant conversions. You start cutting some overhead, like eliminate two CFO's. You stop leasing space that isn't needed. Maybe no one could stand the former CFO and wanted him in his own building where he couldn't screw things up. Maybe Dbtunr has grandsalammer in his own leased building.

    However an opinion as of Dec31, 2013 , should be watched and not ignored. However if the company has since, made now made strides to correct, that should be viewed as a positive. Specially when Current assets out flank Current liabilities by almost $8M.

    Like everything dbtunr posts, there's a white lie behind it. He just doesn't think through the whole matter and in his haste, he get's very sloppy. I believe if the end of the year audit was performed today, the 'Going concern' would be lifted. The warrants were not exercised till the 2Q, so that money was not counted in the auditors opinion on Dec 31, 2013, was it dbtunr?

    Again you make a very poor argument on facts today and facts as of Dec 31, 2013, when I didn't like the company. But we are looking forward and dbtunr can only point at things in the past.

    The only way dbtunr can make an argument here is leave details out and point at opinions that are old and outdated. Well no one said he had any class. He has now misrepresented for the fifth time

    Nice how I get rid of the twins:

  • Reply to

    WG Down 5% On Huge Volume

    by spanspur 13 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 13 hours ago Flag

    Sadder was that you sold way below todays price. I actually did my first trade on this stock. Sold 5000 shares yesterday and just bought them back. Made $2,000+ on them. Hey if this is going to trade up and down, I'll take advantage of it. Just will make sure I'm loaded up for the next quarter numbers.

    Most of my other shares, still have a few more weeks to go. I have to be careful to play a few at a time. Bet I make .40 on these going the other way, real fast. We'll have to see.

    Russia enter Ukraine today. Markets didn't like it. But I timed this perfect.

  • Reply to

    auditors RED HERRING in 10K

    by dbtunr 16 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 13 hours ago Flag

    Interesting omission by dbtrunr, This "going concern" is as of Dec 31, 2013. As of Dec 31, 2013, they didn't have the $8.558M.

    Here's another thing I dug up about "going concerns"

    The smallest of these, the ones with a public equity float of less than $75 million, or if the public equity float is not calculable, with annual revenues less than $50 million in the previous year, were the ones given an exemption for Sarbanes-Oxley 404 internal control reporting by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act. The idea was these companies could not afford to pay the extra fee for the Sarbanes-Oxley opinion.

    Since, according to Audit Analytics' Don Whalen, this category accounts for 50% of the “going concern” qualifications issued through May 31, 2010, that’s probably true.

    I didn't buy the stock based on an opinion dated Dec31, 2013? I bought on my opinion that things have gotten much better.

    Dbtunr is using a old opinion to support his BK and falsely added the numbers up incorrectly and intentionally left out the $1.8M prepaids. Whose to say that on Dec 31,2014, they pay for the exemption and this is lifted. They CLEARLY ARE ON BETTER footing now, then in December.

    Again dbtunr's argument has big holes in it. Just like his prepaid argument had big holes.

  • Reply to

    Why DVA wants this tech

    by oosetrain760 15 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 14 hours ago Flag

    I think our strongest asset is regulations. If the rest of the world is moving towards HDF, then the USA may have to regulate this. Always wiser to get out in front of regulations.

    The other key here, if training/education outside the USA is using HDF filters, if you want to attract the best, you need to match what they already using. The USA doesn't want to end up, having outdated filters and acting like a third world country on technology.

    If I had a family member needing this for the first time, with the help of the internet, I would want to know what's new out there. Whose to say, that customers haven't started asking the hard questions on what's the best care. If your family member passed on, who's to say a smart lawyer, couldn't now raise the issue, why these filters were not used? Specially after all the articles that support these filters?

    Maybe DVA see's the writing on the wall?

  • Reply to

    auditors RED HERRING in 10K

    by dbtunr 16 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 15 hours ago Flag

    Most $2 stocks have these warnings. Doesn't mean it's eminent. You need to be aware of the pitfalls. But these kind of things cannot take into account a huge market opportunity, just opening up for them. It doesn't take into account that the ZpGM. It doesn't account that they will eliminate over $600K+ in expenses. But this stock is a gamble. We all now that. They took huge steps last quarter to move forward.

    Standard accounting CYA. In fact I read the 10-k backward. They always put the bad stuff at the end. With $8M+, the warnings here carry less weight. You know that.

    But funny you ignored all this when you thought the Russell would pop the stock. I choose to ignore those warning at this time. I really didn't buy the stock until, I knew they were on stronger footing.

    But you keep looking after us.

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 15 hours ago Flag

    I don't care if you are here. I'm spanking you every day. It actually keeps me interested. So far I'm 5-0 on your attacks. Try taking an accounting course, before you post.

  • Reply to

    Balance sheet last quarter

    by billyteex1 18 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 15 hours ago Flag

    Cash $8.558M + A/R $5.793M + Inventory $6.676M + Prepaid $1.8M =$22.827M. (Also reported by SEC FILING)

    The A/P =6.386M not $14.251M

    The $14.251 is current liabilities. It seems you are back pedaling a lot lately. Maybe try "not" lying the first time around.

    You do understand what a Balance sheet is?

  • Reply to

    From 2010 10-Q

    by oosetrain760 20 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 16 hours ago Flag

    Why not buy both and pay no royalties?

  • Reply to

    Balance sheet last quarter

    by billyteex1 18 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 17 hours ago Flag

    You sound like spandex when he get's caught looking like a fool. You two are so alike. Where's the $14M in A/p, point it out in those aggregate columns. You getting spanked again. Daily I take you to the outhouse.

    I posted the real numbers. You cannot show us where it's states "going concern", you cannot produce evidence on A/P being anywhere near $14M.

    Dbtunr call your boss, tell them that you are way over your head on this one. That they need to bring in better bashers. Go back to pumping a sport card company.

  • Reply to

    Balance sheet last quarter

    by billyteex1 18 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 17 hours ago Flag

    I just looked at a competitor of CDTI. Interesting thing on their balance sheet. Looking at DCI, they have $69M of prepaid expenses. Now if CDTI is carrying $1.8M and dbtunr has claimed, it's because of creditors worried about getting paid, then dbtunr should short DCI.

    One thing you will notice, dbtunr will never ever say he was ignorant on something or made a mistake. He will triple the A/P number and go around claiming "going concern', but he cannot document anything. He will paint the tape, in only a direction that makes his agenda , even if it's 100% untrue.

    I will be adding today. I still expect next quarter to have some negatives, but growth in Durafit, should offset most. One day maybe CDTI will have $69M in prepaids? You never know. Of course stupid will think they are BK. You cannot make this stuff up. Well dbtunr can.

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 17 hours ago Flag

    Why would this single basher invent things and not support any of it. He intentionally ignored that the Pre-pays had improved drastically, in fact he left them off and exaggerated the A/P numbers by triple. He's taking a old analyst opinion from maybe 3 quarters ago and stating "going concern".

    I guess we can expect only lies from dbtunr and he's clearly paid to scare investors out of this investment. My belief is that ZPGM, the game changer is close to a reality. Durafit could take a deep bite out of the $875M market, waiting for them.

    Several years ago, this stock got way ahead of itself, not realizing the science had to mature.

  • Current assets: $22,883,000

    Current Liabilities: $17,693,000

    I made a mistake on the Inventory, it's $6.67M. Should have had my reading glasses on.

    Dbtunr make a bigger mistake, A#$%$7M not the $14M number he invented.

    Why did dbtunr leave out prepaids and almost triple the A/P number? Must be a Latin thing?

  • Reply to

    A new pattern for PVCT SP?

    by new_to_the_game_00 19 hours ago
    billyteex1 billyteex1 18 hours ago Flag

    We already know the next hype, India. Look for it to be out in 26 days.

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