Can you back that up with your welfare money? Broker don't accept food stamps.
How many share you got? And with that kind of talk, you should put every penny of your welfare money into this.
But I like talking to myself anyways. The cmpany will need cash - only enough till 2016 but will not wait to the inkwell is dry before diluting. So I figure in the next 3 to 6 months, if not able to get a partner by that time.
The company will be able to dilute I'm sure but at what price? I see the stock possibly sliding down to the 60 cent level and dilute at a discount to that ---sos im looking at the next dilution at just under 55 cents.
I don't see any results from the research until close to end of year.
Anyone care to comment here?
you got that right jack
and how it will crush the markets...esp. facebook....you know me!
i told yous
in the mrq company burnt about $3m excluding amort and depreciation. With $1.1m cash a big negative. Company is not profitable and far away from it. Company must raise cash. Big payroll to meet
Don't want to be discouraging but I don't see how the company will be able to meet the next payroll.
Must be another round of dilution and reverse split, again.
But don't understand the spike up today...not that's a puzzel
Or will she keep it quiet
and leave your chips on the table
Thank you. Look for my further posts to this board and you will learn
That's all you got to know that will collapse the markets
No. No. No.
Is that it? you want more money?
WHAT'S TO LOSE?
Put everything you got into Facebook and you can't lose.
maybe 1 in 10 at best.
Not an investment.
"More cash than you can imagine" ---- you have very little insight in that capsize head. "more cash".....the US national debt is $19 Trillion. The US gives out $2.6 Trillion per year to 47 million pople to spend. That in turn helps companies make more money to spend on marketing (Ad revs). The US cannot go on giving...headed towards fiscal cliff -- heard of that term?
Does the US have more cash than yo can imagine or more debt than you can imagine? $19 Trillion in debt of which the US pays out $290 Billion per year in interest. Increasing the debt even one quarter of one percent will inc that interest over $100 Billion per year.
Connect the dots you dumbwit