Sweet.... it's nice to see our 100 share trader pop this baby up to .55 ! Let's hope it sticks. 11,400 shares today looks pretty good too.
Let's hope those flowers get watered soon. We can use some news......
It looks like we're back to watching the paint dry... or is it the flowers that are getting dry?!? Where is 59 with that water for those May flowers?!?
Hey guy... The May flowers are drying up.... we need some water. And maybe a little fertilizer o.k.? We need water and fertilizer. And, you know, I also need an umbrella over my chair. As long as your at it.... water, fertilizer, and an umbrella !!
And an umbrella drink.... right, I need a drink. As long as you're watering the flowers, can you bring me a drink!!
It's time to water the flowers, celebrate the news, and drink !!
It looks like the market makers have successfully beat us back down below .50 cents. The calm as we sit in the middle of the eye of the storm.
MSG.... ha, ha, that's Monosodium Glutamate. A food additive that is like completely the opposite of the all natural ingredient products that The Answer and IDC is targeting... ha, ha. Maybe we should just call this guy smells!?!
I'm loving the volume as we're moving up and holding strong. I'm still buying a bit more. I need to get this done before the May flowers start blooming!!!
59, How can you think that GA has enough fuel left in the gas tank to go after Tetra Pak boys. I think it would be the other way around. Tetra Pak is the big company, why would they not buyout IDND and take the whole thing private? Like Dell did with his company. Less quarterly pressure when you are private. There is no Sophia anymore to yell at GA. :-)
Or maybe this would be a cool exit strategy for both GA and Tetra Pak brothers. Package the whole thing together and do what Jack said.... have Shaver run the whole thing so GA and Tetra Pak boys call all fade off into the sunset. But I don't get how all that works when IDND is already public and Tetra Pak is private. To much for my primitive brain to absorb so don't ask me these hard questions.
Maybe 59 you can hang more meat on that bone. How would Tetra Pak pull that off, they would need to take out IDND first not the other way around. I'm not seeing it.
April showers bring..... Ummmm, I have flower now!!. NOW!! Next week we are in May already, now get on with the news. Like Now!! Get on with it already..... NOW!!
Coke, Mango's, Pepsi... what ever you want. Give us the news..... NOW !!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
dude, I think that IDND is much less speculative now than a typical penny stock. You know that they would not have found 1 investor interested in providing $1.5M without having received tens of tons of insider information to support his investment. Rapidly is now the key word. As you say, how rapidly will we produce a sustainable profit?
This is getting comical to see the 100 share trades. This has to be the market maker propping it up to stimulate more sellers. Beyond Sophia where are the sellers coming from? Who has shares they want to sell? How is this going to play out????
Luke, I'm hearing that fine music !! Ask is now .55. Let's hope that the 40's are now in the rear view mirror forever !!
59 / Luke, Ok... I found this Jain news but I'm not sure these are the droids we're looking for. Pulp, in this case Mango Pulp, is a business to business thing. This pulp is going from Jain to bottlers (and BIB 'ers).
Tell me where The Answer fits into this B2B process? There has to be more to it than this news is telling us.
Trying to get caught up on the board and 59 sparked a thought about Coke in India. I did some digging and found some interesting news. We need to read between the lines a little, but I think it's clear. The next piece of news may come from this.....
Jain has signed a 3 year Supply Contract for supply of Mango Pulp with Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Ltd (HCCBPL), who is the authorized & largest bottler for India, of The Coca- Cola Company, Atlanta. As part of this partnership, Jain’s and HCCBPL are currently implementing project ‘Unnati’ a project to improve yields of farmers and build and sustainable supply chain using Ultra High Density Plantation Technology.
Now the IDC portion…..
In addition, Jain supplies major quantities of Mango Pulp to franchisee owned bottling units of Coca-Cola across India and around the world. Both of these arrangements are a part of overall global relationship but separate from above mentioned contract. Jain also supplies to major multinational food companies including Unilever, Nestle, Etc.
Tighten up your safety belt and get ready for lift off. We need to start buying now if we want any more under
For the record, reading the annual report is giving me a Hard O.... shame on me. :-)
..... so I took out those shares at .42 and below. But that last 100 at .48 ain't mine?!!. 100 share lots must be the market maker, Luke or computer BOT.
Are you serious? Are you poking at Luke or truly buying more? I remember you bought a few shares to join the party.
April 8. Last years annual report came out April 8. Will we be surprised and delighted with fantastic news? Or will the report tell us we're just bumping along making the same type of progress on each project? Is Doehler ramping up fast enough to make us cash flow positive? Is Pepsi ready to launch something? Are the trial balloons sent into Africa helping solve the poverty stricken desert world hunger issues? Did the U.S. wine dudes buy a bunch of filling machines? April 8. Last years annual report came out April 8. What's it going to say?