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billyteex1 892 posts  |  Last Activity: 11 hours ago Member since: Jul 17, 2006
  • Reply to

    Apparently spandex can read but cannot comprehend

    by billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 12:16 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 12:47 PM Flag

    I would not want to be the idiot who claimed he sold 102,000 shares prematurely. But then again in spandex word, these are just made up events. He's actually happy his claim of selling shares and only holding 30k shares now, is intelligent post. I'd be ashamed if I missed out on $300K move on them. Somehow he holds his head up high. Well in his little mind, he thinks he's earning respect that he owns 30K. He's not bright enough to understand what he's actually saying. Compulsive liars cannot do the math and lie at the same time. Just glad I can tell you spandex....you look like a fool wearing spandex and spurs and the emperors new clothes. Somehow you never really can put all the pieces together accurately. That's why the emperor was happy when I informed him he was naked and you were envious of his staff.

    Spandex when are you going to learn that you are not very bright. Nice call here selling at $8.50 and holding CDTI from the $7's to the $2's. You one smart naked enterprisor.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Apparently spandex can read but cannot comprehend

    by billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 12:16 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 12:37 PM Flag

    So spandex reads something and then wants to apply what he read to any situation where he feels it fits. Only small minded investors try to create something out of nothing. same way he creates wealth out of thin air on a message board. I serious believe that spandex lacks any background to even be commenting on these boards. He pretended on CDTI's board that they would see a $1M profit this past quarter, they lost more than a $1M in the quarter. So now to regain his composer he wants to apply something he read in a article to WG's situation.

    WG has made some mistakes in the PAST. But that's the beauty of it. To enter now when they have cleaned up the mistakes and actually are in a market that margins and scope is growing. At the same time eliminating debt. If they get rid of $100M in debt, they save themselves $8M in expenses (assuming 8% rate). For every $8M in savings the Operating profits, move to GAAP profits, less some taxes. However given that they have some tax credits, this may all filter out as GAAP. We go from being valued on Operating profits, which this industry does receive a benefit view, because of the leverage and capital required to perform this large projects. But here's what spandex misses. That GAAP profits get the huge treatment by the street. $8M in GAAP adds $3.84 in valuation.

    The key this year is being fully booked early with Oil and Gas. A year ago we weren't, but that picture improved this year. They lost $40M last year, they feel this year that is behind us. At the same time they are paying down debt. Obviously spandex cannot comprehend this. But $40M improvement in operating profits, is almost a given. As the picture becomes clearer, the street maybe realizes that additional O.P. will also flow in. If we can eliminate the debt, means more of it moves towards GAAP. $2.5B in revenues could mean $40M in GAAP, PE of 24 for this industry. Gets us to $19 a share. Part 2 next

    Sentiment: Buy

  • When I read about the latest and greatest approach for proving enterprise IT value, I find myself thinking about the Hans Christian Andersen story about the emperor's new clothes. In the story, the emperor is convinced to have new clothes made out of special cloth that can only be seen by very intelligent people. Not wanting to admit he couldn't see the cloth, the emperor wore his special new clothes out in public. The townspeople, not wanting to show their ignorance, cheered wildly for the emperor's beautiful new clothes - until a small child exclaimed, "the emperor is naked!"

    Okay, I'm not saying anyone is naked, but I do see a lot of confusion about how to get maximum value from enterprise IT resources and expenditures. CIOs and IT leaders are desperate to prove IT is creating real value for their enterprises, so they quickly adopt the latest magic formula for proving enterprise IT value.

    I have spent the last ten years researching enterprise IT value and I have some bad news. There is no magic formula for proving IT value - because enterprise IT has only limited ability to actually create value. Enterprise IT is a service provider and its services produce little or no real value for the enterprise. Value is created by enterprise IT's customers using IT resources and capabilities to improve the overall performance and profitability of the enterprise. That's kind of what Nicholas Carr was trying to tell us when he wrote his controversial

  • Reply to

    Accumulate at these levels

    by danddnorman Apr 16, 2014 8:54 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 12:00 PM Flag

    I snag some at .398. I will continue to accumulate. We have a few hours where we can discuss real matters. I put faith in the fact that the insiders didn't park everything in a shell, without good reason. That their stock is tied up, until they have sufficient capital. That was fair. Now we wait for them to show us their cards.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Stop Loss Orders

    by sburns474409 Apr 17, 2014 9:36 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 11:36 AM Flag

    You understand. What you didn't understand is that OZ is your IQ.

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 11:24 AM Flag

    b_g,

    This doesn't help matters. There are some investors here who want just a fair shot at BTD. Be careful on some things. There's a fine line and even though the pumpers cross it constantly, you can take the high road. If you lower yourself to their level, then no one wins. I understand the immaturity by the darrellssss and eckgars. But we all know that, they are idiots. This is their first time on the ferris wheel and they don't know how to act. BTW I'll take BTD over the CUBS. I'm a Brewer fan. Small market, trying to hit a homerun, similar to the story here.

    I cannot blame you for fighting fire with fire. Is there anything you like about PVCT? I bought into the small chance that maybe, they needed to explain MOA. I feel that they took a few steps backwards, by having less than great news at the past two conferences. But they do have a drug with minor side effects. Maybe there's a place that it fits into treating patients. I believe it's a minor one right now, but I live in Florida and would welcome some treatment as I get older that is less evasive. I could see this playing a role early, treating things that look suspicions. But I don't claim to be an expert, I just try to piece together through the hype, the realities. I get some good laughs from your posts. I wish there wasn't $600M in current valuation on the line. But we as investors reward early and sometimes gamble wrong. If there's a lesson here, bank some profits and buy on drops. Get your average as low as you can and then take the risks.

  • I have an opportunity to roll this money into another company. My luck, I would do this right before good news. Is there anything in the near future that anyone sees. The latest funding was small, which gives me the optimistic feeling that they have a buyer lined up. That insiders understand that they cannot dilute and cannot go to penny land with dilution.. At some point they sell this based on something positive. Cannot rule out that WL force their hands.

    The one thing that gnaws at me, is why their filters were used as a band aide to the bigger issue at the hospital. I'm sure the insurance company has covered the legal aspects. The recall and dealing with the FDA is still our headache. This has costs us our lifeline here and we should be irate and as investors maybe a class action against the hospital or partner who installed. If the hospital had a problem, then assumed carelessly not to first clean up the issue and then as a precaution install these filters. But instead they use it as a band aide. Now I don't know what information or promises were given by management here and how deep this goes, but we as investors may lose all of our investment. The company doesn't share any details, but that's why they have lawyers. But I have lost 60% additional valuation and feel maybe time to make some phone calls. Someone needs to clarify this and remedy us financially. Anyone have some better ideas.

    I'm tired of seeing investors getting the short end here.

  • Reply to

    Stop Loss Orders

    by sburns474409 Apr 17, 2014 9:36 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 10:19 AM Flag

    Ox is a good name for you then. Eckgar's never seems to grow up.

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 10:10 AM Flag

    Spandex,

    You haven't looked in the mirror. dbtunr was absolutely right about this stock. You're the one claiming now, that you sold while you hyped. Whose the biggest Dickfore here? The guy who was pumping this at $7 and saw a $4.50 fall or the guy who at $7 was warning you that earnings were going to be bad. That dilution and going concern were something you needed to consider. Spandex pumped this when he didn't have a clue about earnings. Then at $2.25 level spandex was bragging how he pocketed $347,856.00. Which we know is a lie.

    The only thing missing on you spandex and spurs is the horns. You are a despicable human being who preys on vagrants while your wife is working. Maybe that's how you ranchers handle things in CA. Liberal idiots, too stupid to know that dbtunr was trying to salvage any profit you had. Spandex was sucking you in as he now claims he was selling at the highs. Show us the trades. You cannot because, just like on ASTX board you were full of it. This dope spent 15 years posting on ASTX board, bought it at $20 , sold at $2 and walked away missing getting half his money back. The brilliant spandex. Well most likely spandex owns 5500 shares watch this climb to $7 and then road the wave down. Got to feel sorry for the dope.

    Smart investors are honest before things happen, with spandex he's always making things up afterwards.

  • Reply to

    Stop Loss Orders

    by sburns474409 Apr 17, 2014 9:36 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 9:46 AM Flag

    Wish I had used one at $2.50 level. I agree the computers can run this down and steal your shares. The crooks have every angle covered. They can pump a stock on message boards, they can bash the same way. They can put out false articles. Companies can play games with information and no one is accountable. The little guy hasn't a chance. The only thing you as investor can do is trade stocks and try and get your little piece of the pie.

    Things you believe in strongly can also be a mirage. So don't drop your guard. The only friend you have here, is yourself and keep both eyes open and don't get over confident. This is a longshot at best. When you understand that, then this becomes fun. We all want good news. Just hope everyone is playing with money they can afford to gamble with.

  • Reply to

    Vorlon Speaks

    by vorlon1966 Apr 16, 2014 10:24 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 9:35 AM Flag

    He does have a huge ego. This is maybe their first time to the dance and they believe FDA will bend over for just us. I cannot tell you if the FDA will give the nod here. I accept that the drug has some promise. I'm not sure if the negative stuff is understood by this board. Before the longs jump on me, every drug has some negative issues. The company promotes the positive points and seldom shares the negative stuff they see or the road blocks to approvals. We as retail investors have to uncover the deeper stuff.

    This seems like a very safe drug, which is a huge positive point. I have asked many times, if BTD is granted, how do we fit in. The lose reply is somehow we own 95% of the market, which they cannot articulate how we get there. Then we are told the label will expand miraculously, but that cannot be articulated either. Lots of beliefs with limited finding to back any of this up. Next AACR and Hemonc leaves us with more questions. So basically this is the most misunderstood drug on the planet, as far as I can determine. Yes, I understand the child like behavior will flock to that statement. I just have a hard time when retail investors think they are experts...when they base the whole story on company Pr's. The same Pr's that never live up to solid evidence to support anything.

    Keep digging is all you can do. Maybe you unearth something real in either direction. I don't want to miss a gap up, but I also don't want to get stuck as a bagholder. I don't trust some longs here and I believe the company likes to pump this. Those two things are not a formula for winning. I would have much more faith, if the longs had both feet on the ground. Lucky for me I banked profits, so this is almost a free ride. Not to sound coy about it and I understand that's how it comes out. But the best you can ask on things like this, is to have near a zero basis in it. We will see little boys grow up fast, if the FDA say no.

  • Reply to

    Vorlon Speaks

    by vorlon1966 Apr 16, 2014 10:24 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 8:58 AM Flag

    Ox,

    He was pumping this hard at the $2.70 levels. Sorry I don't buy it that a guy who spent time posting on MILL board and now is a self proclaimed guru here. Maybe you want to believe so badly, you allow pump artists to entertain you. Well it's always easy to side with someone telling you the things you want to hear. The only problem the markets have a way of educating you. Common sense is always learned after the facts.

  • Reply to

    Accumulate at these levels

    by danddnorman Apr 16, 2014 8:54 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 8:40 AM Flag

    Next step is release some pre-clinical data. Keep the faith.

  • Reply to

    Showing some resilence

    by billyteex1 Apr 15, 2014 3:06 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 17, 2014 8:23 AM Flag

    Sounds like Spandex starting the lies again. You crack us up on a shelf offering. Why would insiders buy this many shares if they were planning to dilute? Well you are the same idiot who claimed CDTI would see a $1M profit this quarter. Shows you what you know. Also the same idiot that sold all his shares of WG at $8.50. It isn't often when a blowhole like you shows up on a board and throws terms like G.A.A.P. or Naked Enterprise around, thinking they sound intelligent. Bet when you picked up that vagrant, you were hoping for some naked enterprising going on.

    BTW I posted awhile back where you bragged you had a average cost of $7 a share not $3.20 like you claim now. But if you ever want to show us the trades, we'll be happy to look at them. Until then spandex you are now a two time loser. That's the facts jack. Love screwing with you. Sometimes this is just too easy.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Vorlon Speaks

    by vorlon1966 Apr 16, 2014 10:24 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 16, 2014 11:16 AM Flag

    If under no obligation, then why say anything? With 12 ID's to give Vorlon cover, this is just a ruse. Why post on a board you have a theory that you will validate after something happens. Any number of things can be fabricated after an event. Sorry I'm use to dealing with adults.

    Here's how it starts. Vorlon has a theory. Next we find ID #2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 all speculating that it has to do with up listing. That's how they work this everyday. The brainfart and then numerous ID's working the angle. Nice.....

  • Reply to

    Vorlon Speaks

    by vorlon1966 Apr 16, 2014 10:24 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 16, 2014 11:09 AM Flag

    This sounds like you will paint a angle on this after the facts. Pretty easy to be right after events. Amazing the stuff that some longs come up with here. Bet if we dug deep on MILL's board, he would have a similar posts. I wonder how that turned out?

  • Reply to

    Latest company Presentation

    by dbtunr Apr 16, 2014 9:59 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 16, 2014 11:00 AM Flag

    Nice observation. It looks like near zero growth and investors will see further dilution. IMHO. If Honda gets scared here, they maybe monitoring the "going concern" reference by CPA's. These car companies don't like snags in their production lines.

    The article in Alpha was designed to lure the low information investor in and then take advantage of it. Work exactly as they planned. If I was a bag holder here, I would be questioning that articles sponsor. Were they paid to produce that article?

  • billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 16, 2014 10:15 AM Flag

    take_the canlis,

    Are you just another of Vorlons id's? You post identical posts on MILL that Vorlon posted. These are the games they play. Multiple ID's to make it look like they have support. The hype on BTD will be felt right before decision. As we get closer the share price will have some speculation built in. The markets have dragged down biotech's. That is obvious.

  • Reply to

    Showing some resilence

    by billyteex1 Apr 15, 2014 3:06 PM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 16, 2014 8:16 AM Flag

    You still living in the past spandex. How low an IQ do you have? You post a question and at the end ask ,"What that cat has your tongue"...I guess in your little world, I can answer your questions while you are writing them.

    Enterprise value...that's easy....Enterprise will pick you up at your door. But if you are naked they will drive off. No one wants to see that wrinkle willy of yours. Watch and learn spandex. I notice you still pretending you own shares. Well if it goes down you sold right before it and if it goes up, you holding shares. Nice call on CDTI, you only missed by .38 a share on loses. Only you could be so wrong so often!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    VORLON VORLON VORLON VORLON

    by ibtim Apr 16, 2014 12:19 AM
    billyteex1 billyteex1 Apr 16, 2014 7:27 AM Flag

    Eraser boy has a new ID. Eckgar1, didn't you make this same point when I had questions about trials. To debate you about things. Then you got caught erasing a post and no longer a factor here.

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