If you run as a CEO, what will you do to make this company better?
With heavy dilution and warrant exercised. How much more to go? Stay tuned.
Here is the recent headlines news,
Farmers Complain Rail System Gives Oil Shipments Priority Over Grain
Ethanol producer complains that they can't get corn on time and because of overcrowding rail with oil and a bad snow storm. I don't think PEIX will have a record earning, because of lost production due to overcrowding rail and bad snow storm.
Nice, but with a delay of corn shipping due to rail overcrowding and heavy snowstorm and so on, the question is how much PEIX lost of production for this reason?
here is another from IHUB message board copy and paste.
Why do you think they increased the AS to 10B? Because it's their favorite number? The AS went from 400M, to 1B, to 4B, now it's at 10B. The float is much higher than it was in December.
The float is most likely around 8-9B right now. Next AS increase it will go to 20B, mark this
First of all, all MJ stocks are very risky, I have been watching them for couple month and now most of them crash due to market correction, but this is a "Monster Penny Stock Market Correction". To me, they went high to dry, so someone made a huge penny profit, because they brought sub penny before everyone start to noticed them. So they went from undiscovered MJ stocks to known and everybody want them. Sad, but that got attention from SEC and crackdown has already begun. So don't make new buy, until you see a LATF is legitimate business. There is a rumor that LATF is run by Vietnamese mob, I don't know and I have no answer. You can tell LATF website needs more work and more transparency and yet they haven't done yet. So there is something fishy about them.
Just be careful, SEC is watching all MJ stocks now.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has suspended trading in shares of marijuana-related pot stock, GrowLife over worries about the “accuracy and adequacy” of information the company provides to investors.
The SEC issued its order Thursday, serving up the latest setback for investors looking to jump into the highly speculative area of marijuana investing.
Investors have been eager to get a piece of the expanding market for pot stocks, as several states legalize the drug. But so far, most of the companies in the industry, including GrowLife, trade on lightly regulated marketplaces that lack the same safeguards of exchanges like the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq.
GrowLife is a Woodland Hills, Calif-based company that makes products that can be used to grow plants in urban environments. The last trade for the stock was a close of $0.50 a share under the symbol PHOT.
The company says it was “not notified in advance, but have contacted the SEC to better understand the basis of the complaint,” in a statement
They are really cool! Check it out,
1. The Denim bathrobe
2. The Denim hat
3. The Denim World Cup jersey
4. The Denim T-shirt
5. The Denim car seats
6. The Denim gloves
7. The Denim toilet seat cover
Plus I have some idea too
1. The Denim purse
2. The Denim suitcase
3. The Denim shoes
4. The Denim golf bag
Let me if you have some good idea.
I agreed with you, but here is the problem with the history of Joe's Jean cash flow, they did well with hot product like legging jegging jeans and ELSE, both of them contributed more cash but ever since they just fall flatly. So if they come another hot product, then Joe's Jean do well. I hope Hudson have many hot product now, but right now I don't see one yet.
Source, AG Professional
Corn planting is underway in many states across the Plains and Midwest, and through drought has a firm grip on many in the central and western portions of the country, conditions remain well below levels report this time last year.
According to the latest Drought Monitor report, nearly 38 percent of the Continental United State is in moderate or worse drought. While this is virtually unchanged from last week’s report, the report issued on April 11, 2013, showed more of the country (51 percent) engulfed in deeper drought.
With the exception of California and Nevada, many key agriculture-producing states are faring better than last year
"We see traffic pick up"
What a joke!
Here's why cotton dust in West Texas could raise the price of underwear, blue jeans.
Let call the rapper .50 cent Curtis James Jackson and maybe he knows the answer, here is the rap song
I don't know what you heard about me
But a pitch can't get a dollar out of me
No Cadillac, no perms, you can't see
That I'm a motherbucking P-I-M-P
I bet we are going under $1.00 soon.
LOL It is true and if not, then too bad.