Dilution over? Why, because Clueless Kyle the Value Destruction Wonder Boy said so? And because he has been so right about nothing he has ever said in the past? Do the math. The dilution is a long way from over, no matter what the delusional, junior wannabe "CEO" says.
Now try making a "corporate profit". Obviously Kyle has had some trouble grasping this concept, but it is a more effective way to build share value, than issuing juvenile press releases. Kyle has consistently issued press releases, promising results in the future, and those results have never materialized. Never, not once. This is just another example. Total kindergarten doublespeak, aimed at separating a few naive, small time investors, from their meager savings. Kyle, your mother must be so proud of you and all of your good works. You just keep on helping people, and building value for your investors. You are such a saint.
Oh yeah, please, do buy some. You'll do great. Kyle is a formidable CEO, with a long track record of shareholder value destruction. So yeah, buy some VAPE. No worries, Kyle is at the helm. What could go wrong?
Almost $800 in share value traded hands today. So not quite an ounce of gold, but gettin' there. Apparently the market has a lot of confidence in the new…uh…"CEO". Here we go again :-)
I'll be here all week if anyone has any questions :-) Once again, Clueless Kyle, the market value magician, made virtually all of the shareholder value disappear. Nice work, my little "CEO" wannabe.
huh huh huh huh huh....this stock is AWESOME!
Why would you invite the fox back into the henhouse? IMO, Smith was the architect of this disaster. He alone profited from this disjointed mess. He kept a terminally ill precious metals outfit going on life support, long enough to sell shares to dummies in a bull metals market. Although his plans and efforts had nothing to do with building a profitable enterprise, it did require enormous patience, negotiating skill, and a relentless strategy of self interest above all other concerns. He cashed out, thus completing his long term plan. Don't confuse a crafty, narcissistic negotiator with an effective leader/CEO. They are two very different animals.
So "development PR" is what you are counting on to drive share price? Not actual developments, or actual revenue, but more "PR" about things that never happen. Good strategy. Brilliant. The fact that "it is being very quite" surely adds weight to your theory. In other words, if nobody is talking about a company that is doing absolutely nothing, than surely something must be going on. Makes perfect sense…..in Scamville.
You're so cute :-) It was a BS name change, intended solely to entice ignorant novice investors into a scam during the temporary frenzy over weed stocks. Since that time, post split, the stock has lost over 99% of its value. Sales are almost non-existent. There is not one shred of evidence that anyone has ever been paid to bash the stock. The stock price reflects the company performance. In other words, its dismal, and nobody needs to be paid to point that out. It is self-evident. Perhaps you own a bunch of shares, as a result of one of the ridiculous financing deals that the company entered into? You know, the ones with pawn shop terms that result in a dilution death spiral for the stock price? Might that be you? Nah...I'm sure that you are just a concerned citizen, trying to set the record straight on this stellar performer.
Oh my.....where do we start with all of this ignorance. First of all, VAPE did a 40 to 1 reverse split. It's a matter of record with the SEC, and you can confirm this in 10 seconds using Google. Second, there is not one single shred of evidence that anyone has ever been paid to "bash" VAPE. Third, pointing out the operating results of a company is not "bashing". It's called "discussing facts." So there you guy, research boy.
If "saying things" resulted in revnue, profits, or adding shareholder value, then I agree with you, MDCN would be a great play. But words mean nothing. Zero. Words are used by scam artists to steal money from people, every day. MDCN has lost huge amounts of money. PHOT was a joke, which destroyed millions of dollars in shareholder value, and continues to bleed cash. Their own recent 8K said "there was substantial doubt about the Company’s ability to continue as a going concern." MDCN and PHOT are obvious dilution scams. This much is plain to anyone who cares to read any of their ridiculous press releases. They are great at saying things. They just suck at actually doing things.
"Revenue was greater in 2014 as it was HIVE Ceramics' first full revenue-generating quarter following the launch of its full product line." OK, but didn't you guys say back then that revenues were low because you just started, and that revenues would grow? So now you are telling us that you really meant that your first quarter was your high water mark, and you will spend eternity trying to get back up to that paltry level of sales, and that embarrassing loss? Good work guys. Brilliant management. But seriously though, your press release language provides some pretty good laughs. Thanks for the entertainment.
Are you a paid pumper, or just totally ignorant? Oh wait....I guess the answer could be that you are both. VAPE lost $436K on sales of $125K. In other words, for every dollar that they took in, they lost almost $5. Oooooo....."stellar".
"...sales offer the best path towards success for Medican and we are currently on that path." Really? Did you guys actually just say that in a public press release? Oh and here is another gem: "Trillion dollar African American entertainment market." Really? Trillion? Why not a quadzillion? Are you sure that it is not a gozillionmillionbillion? Or maybe its 3.2 quintillions? Or maybe 6.9 octomanillions? This is the dumbest press release I have ever seen.
Um....what exactly is an "ask bid"? And isn't 100 million shares worth about 8 bucks? Wouldn't you be better off buying a Happy Meal?
Although I am not his wife, I think that the more important distinction is that I am not one of the fools who bought stock in his company.