Not disagreeing..just saying the possibility exist...I appreciate the non-fluff PR approach and will always prefer it that way no matter whom I'm invested in.
to tendering an offer.
I disagree with that statement....I'd reword it this way.....the community school gives less education but students (at least in the past) have gotten more back out of it than what a 'for profit' school has provided.
you sound like an 'insider' yourself....sure, bringing up Nursing as a solid program is a no-brainer...it's the rest of the mixed bag that students come out of to look for jobs that needs fixed (if it hasn't been already)...drop the pompoms a minute to be skeptical as to if the school is giving back as much as what it takes from these students.
question is...Is ESI delivering more to its students than it previously has? as a former Student Recruiter, I get that a 'for profit' school has to get them in the door and attending classes...it's also important to have very good instructors and VERY capable Placemen staff. ESI does, for the most part have good instuctors but their 'Placement office' has bee dicey at best....the placement issue has been a dark cloud hanging over ESI and has caused (in the past) some manipulation of data...I want the school to succeed but what needs to be known now is not how much money it's made off students....it needs to show a step up in doing more for students...
yep...may be a little time off but that's just fine. Others are going to load up this board with BS about how Gevo's doing bad and all that rot. Let'em...I know how the game is played.
Gevo may not be testing till next year anyway so shooting up without another big release of news may not be in the cards for them....
although it won't mean anything to me at this point....I'd say a 50% increase in PPS is within reason tomorrow....we'll see.
but Gevo's made a reasonable case (not that reasoning always brings the results) that rather than leave wood waste to contribute to forest fires...there is a better choice that can now be made....I get what you say about change though.
perhaps a little over the top but I think GEVO is on the edge of cutting edge science that will set us on a surer, better path for many decades to come....I just hope Gruber gets the full importance of Gevo's positioning for future business.
new word but big consequences...if Iso can be applied to wood waste and other non-useful items (old tires for instance) then why shouldn't that technology have a very strong backing...this is putting into action what green activists have been talking about for ages.
Then Shire needs to get off its butt and stop wondering whether they ought to buy it and just buy it.....why anybody would want to be 'short' at this moment in time is nuts but bless'em....they'll help make for a really eye poppin squeeze...both sides have been lulled to sleep by all the waiting we've had to go through up to now.
all kinds of theories...I just think SGYP is sitting upon some very good data and the release is definitely soon because of the fear of 'insider trading' accusations.
think of it this way....improbable calamities involving 'shorts' pounding this stock down from high $6's to mid $2's...Yahoo with this mostly 'OFF' message board access unless going in a backdoor....'shorts' going to the slammer for stock manipulation (this one included)....ALL this happening to a company with science that is likely to prove best in class while other companies with lesser sciences in the biotech field have thrived with some above $10 a share now.....the imbalance is too great not to expect SGYP will now have its day in the sun....we'll see. Timmy, I hope you lose every penny you've got (although I really doubt you have any money here but just want attention being the meaningless troll you are).....
want you to do...they want out at no more than in the $6's and you hold the key to how deep in the red they go.