Here's the math numbnuts:
25,000 shares CLCT bought at $11.50, sold at avg $24 = $312,500 profit. Also 7 X 32.5c dividends = $56,875.
RVM 80c loss (not realized) X 50,000 shares = $40,000 loss. I think I did OK last year.
The fact that you have a Roth IRA indicates you are poor and don't make yearly earnings to not qualify to participate in a Roth.
that's it? 15K shares? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
and you still haven't shown us the $2.30 buys, the $2.40 buys, the $2.80 buys, the $3.50 buys, the $4 buys.
we all remember when you said you were buying at those price. You are getting crushed here. I feel sorry for you. Not really
far less shares then you said you had. Oh I see, you didn't mention the $4 buys, the $3.80 buys. How nice
If those are your lowest price purchases, you are waaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyy under water.
FYI - right on their corporate presentation it identifies Renault as a "past customer"
with dilution coming to avoid a GOING CONCERN, the P&D will be in full throttle. you can expect:
- article(s) from SA fooling the ignorant and suckers
- more comments from Zack's
- days with tremendous volume which will real in suckers
- possibly more vague PR's by the company
- a slew of new id's on the yahoo board promoting the company
wasn't just a week or two ago this was at $1.80. Actually hanging tough despite being down slightly.
there is a CDTI presentation on their website that shows cat converters using their non-spinel technology use about $20-$30 of PGM. I don't know the metal prices they were assuming using but on a conservative case, use $20 savings
Renault has nothing to do with CDTI other than calling their engine "CDTI". Why CDTI did not go after that trademark with them is a different story
The amount of P&D on this company is unbelievable
Juan Estevez, formerly a 20 year janitor at GM, has been hired by CDTI to perform janitorial services by the company. He brings vast experience from the automotive industry into this position.
In other news, the Mayor of Bumfuk Iowa has been heard saying the air in town needs to be cleaner. Zack's reports this could be good news for CDTI.
Except when a “Don’t Trade” memorandum has been circulated by the Company objecting to trading by Associates, all Associates may without objection by the Company, purchase or sell shares of Company stock during a “window period” following a Company earnings release. The period begins with the opening of business on the third business day following the release and ends on the close of business on the twelfth business day following the release. At all other times, Associates shall fax or telephone the Corporate Secretary asking whether the Company objects to a purchase or sale of Company stock and giving the approximate number of shares and anticipated date of the transaction. The Corporate Secretary will take up the matter with management and respond to the inquiry within 24 hours. Whenever a trade has been completed, the details should be reported to the Corporate Secretary.
Officers and directors of the Company must refrain from buying (including the exercise of a stock option) or selling securities of the Company during “closed periods.” “Closed periods” are two months before the release of annual results and one month before the release of quarterly results.
typically they can't trade for 10 days before qtr end until financials are published. I'b bet the CDTI web site has the specifics
nope, not until 10K is published. think about it. Insiders know what the numbers are but they haven't been published. How could they legally buy or sell?