I am likewise humbled by your admirable tact and restraint. A lesser person would have replied with a cliched metaphor involving a malodorous object and a punch bowl. I commend you for making the conscious and correct decision not to go there!
Thank you for saying what the rest of us have been too afraid to even think about.
Cheers, snez! It gets a little lonely around here sometimes, so I have to come up with ways to keep myself amused and occupied. Nice to see you again! You definitely should pop in more often.
All's good here, hope it's the same for you! Are you going to the meeting? I can't swing it, but I'll be there in spirit. Take care!
Warren Buffett's been using it to help him make investment decisions for fifty years and he's done pretty well for himself. 'Nuff said.
This company definitely tries one's patience, cath. I've been waiting for over eight years, and it's been frustrating more often than not. However, I'm in it to the end, for good or otherwise, because with the impressive team they have I'm still hopeful they'll produce a commercial product one of these days. If not, It won't be the first bad investment I've made in a compelling story, and having to write off my modest stake wouldn't be a catastrophe at this point. I wouldn't complain if they make a big announcement at the upcoming annual meeting, but I'm not holding my breath, either. Best of luck to you, whatever happens!
Act now before it's too late to panic! Put your money where my mouth is, and I personally guarantee you'll soon find out why I laugh all the way to the bank almost every day!
That is an excellent question! The short answer is more fiber and less refined sugar.
Don't be a chump! Never lose your hard earned, inherited, or ill-gotten gains again! Buy the rumor of the news, and sell the news of the rumor! It's that easy! No promises! No guarantees! If I'm wrong, it's your fault! It's in the fine print!
No frustrations here, but thanks for your concern! And I kid because I like you!
As I've said before, my LWLG stake won't ruin me if nothing ever happens, but I remain cautiously optimistic that the future reality will be better than the present. If not, I'll still have a lovely view from my window!
Just making conversation, old buddy. XX and I were having a pleasant chat about window gazing in another thread and I didn't want you to feel left out.
Your reality scares the bejesus out of everyone, Buster! What do you see while staring out your window?
You should have just asked the horse, and he would have given you an answer you could endorse! How's the view out your window? Spring is bursting out in all its glory outside mine.
Nice try, but I didn't just fall off the turnip wagon. A source is a source. Do your own darn dd so you don't end up a bitter, disillusioned, obsessive raving lunatic like Buster.
Nice analysis, stats!
As a long time CLGRF holder who had some success trading it until I got stuck with a big position when the POG collapsed, I really don't know what to think. I hadn't heard of SSRI until the sale was announced, but my selfish gut reaction was that the purchase price could have been higher, particularly in light of the recent Santoy Mine discovery. It sounds like there might be some mutual benefits, though, so I'll try to stay cautiously optimistic. I'm just sorry I didn't improve my cost basis by taking a chance on a couple thousand shares at thirty-five cents a few months ago. Cheers!
These fellows definitely know their elbows from their orifices of elimination!
I'm a long time Lightwave Logic (LWLG) investor and recently picked up a few shares of GLW because the two companies have been cooperating closely on electro-optic research in the past few years. Joseph Miller, GLW's former CTO has been on LWLG's board since 2011, and in 2014 GLW granted LWLG sole worldwide rights to parts of its electro-optic patent portfolio. It appears that no payment was made under the terms of the agreement, which seems to indicate that GLW will share in the revenues that result from the commercialization of any product LWLG develops with the help of the patents.
I'm not here to pump either company, I was just wondering if anyone here is aware of the relationship and had any opinions or info on their relationship. Thanks!
If you're not familiar with LWLG, this is how they describe themselves.
"Lightwave Logic, Inc. is a development stage company that produces prototype electro-optic demonstration devices and is moving toward commercialization of its high-activity, high-stability organic polymers for applications in electro-optical device markets."