Aren't we lucky to have these guys who come along just in time to save us from ourselves? These top notch chemists who know better than Boral what value this product has and they selflessly take their time to warn us. I, for one, feel blessed to live in a world where I have access to genius like this 24 7.
The one difference is that we know they did sign a deal with Boral, nansulate appears on Boral's website, and they did appear with Boral at industry shows.
We may now know what Aquaman is so upset about. Today's PR is the long awaited news about Boral and roofing tiles. It took a while but it looks like the roofing tile business may finally take off. The key item is factory applied. That means it's original equipment so to speak, not applied at the building site. That may be why they hired the accountant and are talking about going to a major exchange, (AMEX I assume.) They will still probably have to do a reverse split, but it could be good.
Ah, it's weather, as in the weather report. And there's whether as in whether or not. And then there's whether which exists only in the lexicon of delusional paranoids who not only think everyone is against them, but that everyone is one and the same person who is against them.
You made me sell all my stock by saying this was a fraud and now the price is going up. How could you, Aquaman? I loved your comic books as a kid. I thought you were a superhero and never lied. And now... I'm so disillusioned.
Actually you have to have a stock price north of 2 dollars, which means they intend a reverse split. It also means that they probably have significant verifiable sales for this the fourth quarter. I don't know how else they could pull it off.
I have no idea, of course, but this is tax loss season. And remember as far as big fish is concerned, selling a million shares will net you only about 50,000 so the fish are not that big.
I don't consider myself an expert by any means, but I thought it was great and that he was exactly right. The new laws will make it expensive for smaller houses to remain independent and BGCP will be there with a billion dollars to buy them up at the right price. It may take a few months but it looks very good to me. Meanwhile we get paid 9% to wait.
Manas is out with a new presentation on their website. I wish Yahoo would let me post links, but...
Anyway it looks very good. If they can get the financing we will be on our way, IMHO. One point, If they finance the rehab just on proceeds from production, they will be able to up production to about 3200 barrels in four years. But, if they get some investment... they don't say but faster. They also can drill additional sites in the area.
Gees, Alpine, you've got to be kidding. These guys are hyping a website, not intk. Get a grip.
Is anything out of the woods in these markets. :-) Having said that, these are the things that have happened with Manas and the things to watch for. Manas sold 50 million shares of its 100 million in PMI. This leaves Manas with 50 million shares of PMI and a 7% share. But they also realized over 5 million from the sale with which they will close on the purchase of 52% of the assets of a producing field in Tajikistan. That field has 31 million barrels of reserves but badly needs investment to bring its production up. It hasn't had any maintenance since the break up of the old Soviet Union. The production now is 300 barrels a day but with upgrade they have said they can bring it up over 3000 barrels a day within 4 years.
To that end, they are negotiating with some other parties to farmin on a exploration project as well as the rehab. If they come in on the rehab, they would buy 28% from the seller and a Tajik person would still have 20%. So the final breakdown would be Manas 52%, Partner 28%, Tajik person 20%. That would make Manas an exploration and production company with a cash flow and money to proceed with both projects.
So, what should we watch for? By the end of the year they have said they will close on their portion of the rehab. I expect they may close on the exploration and rehab by the end of the year as well. If both of those things happen then the financing is out of the way and we have nothing to worry about except finding the oil.
So, are we out of the woods? Not quite but we're much closer.
Probably tax loss selling. There probably won't be news from Albania for 30 days, so it would be a good time for it. There is an election in Tajik on November 6, so that may slow down whatever happens there. The volume on this drop is low so I doubt it is anything major.
Having reviewed what we can at this point, it looks okay to me. It looks like WNDM will be combined with two other fast growing medical companies and will go public under a new name. We'll get stock in the new company. Two questions I still have is what do these two new companies make and what are their prospects. If they are similar to ours, then it is okay. The other question is how much stock in the new company will the shareholders of our company compared to the shareholders of the other companies. As long as that is a fair valuation of us, then I'm okay with it. Hopefully they will come up with more info as time goes on.
There aren't any pumpers. there are a few of us who own stock and post occasionally when something happens, but the only one who sees pumpers are aq8mar who sees pumpers behind every post.
The price depends on what happens in Albania and Tajik. When nothing is going on, and there is no demand the price is pretty meaningless. If the news is good, we will be up over 10 cents for sure. If it's bad... Well, let's not think about that. LOL
There are three pieces of news that could move the stock and all will happen by the end of the year, IMHO. One is the results of the PMI test. My understanding is that it was delayed by Schlumberger getting the equipment off the last site. Again, my understanding is that it is on site now and the test started this week. It will take at least 30 days according to the company, which will take us to mid to late November. Then they have to analyze it and release results. That should move PMI and secondarily Manas.
The other two may be related. They have two projects in Tajikistan, one an exploration project and one a rehab project. They have a data room up on the exploration project and various potential farmees are in now as I understand it. We should have resolution of the farmin by the end of the year. Manas also needs an investor on the rehab project. My understanding is that some of the potential farmees may also be interested in being investors in the rehab. Manas' intention is to be the operator of the rehab but not the exploration. So we'll see.
One other thing, China is investing 3 billion or more building a pipeline through Tajikistan to bring gas from Turkmenistan to China. Google, Tajik China Pipeline and you'll get the stories. I don't know if any Chinese companies are in the dataroom but based on this news, I suspect they are.
Yes, that seems to be the deal. Well, it's a profit, but not the kind of hit I was hoping for when I bought. Although maybe it will be worth keeping the Brookhaven stock.
They got a 3 million dollar loan, which is good, but they will also merge with Brookhaven. The SEC filing only says that they will agree to merge, so I guess none of the details are worked out, but I smell a screwing of the common shareholders. I hope I'm wrong.