It seems to me that a stock split from these levels would be counterproductive since the new lower stock price would automatically eliminate most institutional investors who are prohibited from buying low priced stocks.
We can (and have) dropped bombs til the cows came home, but under our Rules of Engagement, we're pretty much dropping bombs on empty sand. The greatest military in the world handcuffed by lily livered politicians. The bad guys are well aware of our ROE's and take every advantage of them. It's good to see the French and Russians doling out some real punishment. It's been said that the US supplied targeting info to the French on the locations of ISIS training camps and bomb making facilities as well as the 100 oil tankers they use to sell their oil to finance their operations. If we had this information, WHY HAVEN'T WE USED IT OURSELVES??? Our politicians are inviting the terrorists to bring their Jihad here in the name of Political Correctness. Have we, as a nation, lost our freakin' minds?
So.......You say that all the other "idealists" need to be destroyed?? Is that what you think needs to be done?? Once again you put your idiocy on display for all to see. You would do yourself a HUGE favor by just shutting up.
Still watching the slow "decent"???
You have 400 posts (under this name) since July 31 and I have 38. Yet you have the unmitigated testicularity to actually state that I am wanting attention?? Your mental deficiency knows no bounds.
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rdotn38, your post is like you were reading my mind. I have been studying WWII for quite some time to try and make sense of it. The Japanese culture was totally different from the culture of the West. The Japanese were taught from birth to hate the West. When war broke out, they were told that Westerners were evil savages and that it would bring dishonor on them and their families if they would surrender. There were cases of hundreds of mothers jumping off cliffs to their death with their babies in arms so they would not be ravaged by the evil Westerners. The soldiers' treatment of Western soldiers who surrendered was atrocious (see Bataan death march). There seems to be a parallel here with what is going on with the Muslims today. On the other hand, there were no cultural differences between the German people and their Allied enemies. Early in the war many military courtesies were extended to POW's on both sides. What is difficult to understand is how Hitler could hypnotize (?) an entire nation of people like us into hating an entire race of people to the point of trying to erase them from the earth. I'm sure it didn't happen overnight and most of the population remained in a state of denial all the while the transformation was taking place. Hitler started out being loved by the population, but by the time they realized what was going on, it was too late. They had become disarmed, defenseless and living in a total police state. I see the exact same denial happening here. The Muslim situation here seems to be deteriorating daily, yet we don't dare mention it lest we be branded as "Racist" or worse. What first opened my eyes to this was the battle over establishing a Mosque at the Ground Zero site in NYC. Given the thousand year + history of them erecting monuments at the sites of their victories, I would have thought they'd get thrown out on their butts. If I recall, it turned out just the opposite. WAKE UP AMERICA!!!
I'm sure that you are aware of the fact that the parents of the Tsarnaev (?) brothers who bombed the Boston Marathon were refugees who were "vetted" by our government. How can we pretend those maimings and deaths did not happen?
I can't help but wonder how the number of these attacks during the current administration compares to the number of these attacks during the previous administration. By the way, France has some of the toughest anti gun legislation in all of Europe but that didn't to much to stop the murders there. (The same can be said for places like Baltimore, Chicago and possibly San Bernardino, CA). For some reason, evil people seem to get guns and have a tendency to use them against unarmed targets. I wonder why that is......
frogfish, TERRIFIC post. It's nice to see a cooler head prevail. Many on this board have been saying over and over that HYGS needs to have more shares outstanding. Even though this is a small step, it's the first taken in that direction and does not incur debt. Although the initial wave of selling has abated some, we're still in tax loss selling season so we may see even lower prices before the end of the year. I have owned this stock long enough to believe that PR itself will not give a lasting boost to share price. It's going to take actual realized revenue and earnings. Also, investor sentiment right now is not centered on alternative energy sources with the dramatic drop in oil prices. Our day is coming. GLTA
rjm, perhaps you didn't notice but Mr. Trump is running AGAINST most of those people you have listed and he is BEATING each and every one of them PRECISELY because he speaks his mind and doesn't fall in line with the sheep. Apparently the majority of the American voting public agrees with Mr. Trump and NOT with your list of career politicians.
rjm, you state that the following is taken from Dreams From My Father:
The original contains "NO" specific mention of "Muslims": Here is the actual quote, if you're interested!
"In the wake of 9/11, my meetings with Arab and Pakistani Americans, for example, have a more urgent quality, for the stories of detentions and FBI questioning and hard stares from neighbors have shaken their sense of security and belonging."
Dreams From My Father was published in 1995. WEIRD how he could reference 9/11 which I'm sure you're aware occurred on the year 2001. WEIRD!
With the presumed increase in production, it only makes sense that capital is required to fund that production. Yes, issuing additional shares will slightly dilute the value of your current shares, but borrowing to fund increased production would produce the same net effect as well as an ongoing drag on cash flow and earnings. This secondary offering should prove to be very beneficial to the bottom line and more than compensate for the minor dilution.
Buyout of LNCO? If there was a buyout, don't you think they would have to buy LINE? On a percentage basis, LINE is only up half of LNCO currently and volume is not exceptionally heavy in either one.
It sounds to me like the Canadian Security Laws are very different from ours here in the USA.
nano, The one thing that keeps nagging at the back of my mind is this: If HYGS's technology and product mix have the enormous market potential that you and I and many others here believe it has, why isn't it being bought out by one of the giants? With the tiny float and the currently depressed share price, I would think this should present a relatively inexpensive way for a large company to instantly establish itself as a leader of a dynamic worldwide technology still in its infancy. It's hard to believe that we are seeing something that the rest of the world is missing. Where am I going wrong?
rjm, I don't usually agree with you but you're spot on with your percentage statement. Robby......whatever obviously isn't able to comprehend such advanced math. It's much easier and faster for a $1 stock to move 30% than it is for a $100 stock. The only difference is the number of shares.