"We know that tests on some deconstructed samples have had elevated levels, but we believe that the results of deconstructed tests have little or no bearing on the safety of the finished product," Lynch said.
ARB has an SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) where you take the surface layer off to test the formaldehyde level in the core. So when you have five labs follow the SOP and remove the surface layer - and all show levels of formaldehyde higher than the CARB 2 standard, you have a problem. And when it's 1,000% higher, you have a big problem!
When you have five labs all doing it the same way and getting the same results, it isn't about the test method. The company either didn't understand the SOP, or did understand it and did a work-around. They're either stupid or they're lying - which is it?
The California Environmental Protection Agency: Standard Operating Procedure for Finished Good Test Specimen Preparation Prior to Analysis of Formaldehyde Emissions from Composite Wood Products document (source 1) that we sourced from the official CA site on testing methods (source 3) tells us specifically that deconstruction is a key part of the process.
I have 10, Apr $40 Puts that are up 50% since yesterday. I just bought them yesterday and was thinking it would be smart to sell 5. What do you guys think?
Can you smart people out there explain why? Thanks!
Assuming all 18 Million shares short have now been covered and 2 million new shares have been traded, I don't see where the additional fuel for the long fire is going to come from. I predict down 10% from here by tomorrow.
BMO didn't say what they raised target from and what the time frame is for there $15 pt. ZIOP payed to get access to lab and they do not receive any money, so why would the stock go up from here (already up 50%)? I'm just saying?