Pumpers don't like the idea of the company signing a MOU that they will not dilute, while they pump this MOU. How soon we forget, they had plenty of cash to get through the ph3 and if China is interested, then no dilution needed , right. I think this is a great idea, they want investors to keep this above $1, why not give investors some confidence and agree to not dilute and un-reward investors for their loyalty.
Instead what will happen, they will not get any deal with China and you will find 30M more shares and insiders have wages for 3 years.
Three thumbs down on the idea that management should sign a MOU with investors about dilution. Dees Screw these idiots really good this time. You have my permission.
Not working Shirley. You are now repeating yourself. Makes me believe I am on to something here. Specially as the IQD is getting some traction. Hopefully we are getting close, because the bashers are playing their games again. No one would be stupid and sell their shares at a discount. By Shirley's reaction, he needs to hide my post at all cost.
Most seller's are well aware of the price move. They would not take $200 less, after watching it actually trade higher. No, but a group wanting to steal shares, would play these games.
How about the company sign a MOU with investors that they will not dilute while this going on. Just like they should have signed a MOU to not dilute while the FDA decided BTD. I'm looking out for the investor who finds out after China stops laughing and dilution is in the bank.
Somehow pumpers always forget the facts. BTW they went looking for this China company, not the other way around. All these titled things are for suckers to finance the discovery. I have issue's when a company with the reputation yours has, tells you they want to dilute $30M of stock and then they get a meeting with a China pharma and we hear about a MOU.
I notice that none of the pumpers have produced any MOU's that worked out.
Simple, they needed cover to dilute. There's probable 5% chance that China get's on board, just like there was 5% chance that BTD would be granted. But there's 100% chance that they will dilute.
In fact, many investors tried to warn you in 2005 about that investment. You called them some nasty names. You road out some bad times and now trying to peddle it on other boards, so you got something to show for wasting 9 years. If that's the stuff you like, then this one's a no brainer. How come you grandslammer, spandex and yourself all buy stocks at the highs and then pretend you made money.
This sounds like the same garbage they pumped that BTD meant AA at the type c meeting. pumpers always have to hype non events.
Click your heels together Dorothy. How low would it go, if the company stated they needed to find $20M to settle the lawsuits. All this company ever does, is imply things are coming together. I'd be careful of anything they represent. BTD was over hyped, how did that work out? A bunch of dilution?
History repeats it's self here. specially they warned you ahead of the 30M shares they are eagerly hoping to unload.
Interesting that Shirley wants to explain away buying saying that it's Hardman's selling stock to themselves. Cheap PR he called it. But looking at what happen today, maybe the game is to shake out some longs, by selling small amount of shares at 20% premium and then dump 1M to yourself at a lower price. Try this again Shirley, bet we pick up that 1M shares before JN can sell the stock back to himself. JN +Iron + Stalag were in bed together. We know that for sure.
This is why they always needed a decoy posting the opposite to explain away what they are up to. No one would sell their shares at a discount, specially after the price moving up. But someone trying to scare investors out of their shares, would! Try it again. I will be waiting for this ploy. No wonder Shirley went soft on us, he wanted us to pay attention to the misdirection.
Very unverifiable. But they needed to get this to $1 and quick. The unsophisticated will buy whatever they are shoveling. So GALE did the same thing? Interesting.
How come this company always finds a way to lead investors on. Don't good companies work a partnership first and then announce details. This company always hypes first and then pulls the rug out. They needed a miracle to get above $1 and timing is questionable.
Bet you see dilution before you see a deal here.