All "indications" suggest that there will be hiccups, such as what they have been experiencing on Plant #1. They appear to be the gang that can't shoot straight. They need to straighten up and fly right, with getting a plant, any plant, up and finally running, or they stay sub-$2. They were losing credibility, and this article almost landed a fatal blow. You don't want to see your investment blown away by a writer with an axe to grind. Weak company. Weak management. Lets see how they fight to make things right.
There - Over there
Their - It is their therapy (possessive)
Basic spelling gives credibility.
During a Phase 2, is there an indication/made public as to the progress of the trial, or is it totally non-disclosed until the data is officially communicated. i.e., is this black box until next fall?
Approx how long before Ph 2 trial concludes and results get known?
How long before results are readable for a JV deal to be done for this indication?
Can someone explain if ACTC and PSTI will be competitive in some areas?
Shorting? Speculative stocks go up sharply and down sharply. News voids for companies short of capital make for significant downdrafts. Is that fresh news for investors living in financial Disneyworld? Studies of Niagen do not represent "news".
The deeper into Q4 we go, the greater the likelihood of tax loss selling and a deeper swoon. UNLESS we get a/some major announcements. I think we are handcuffed by non-disclose agreements in place with the partners, and can't say anything until late Q4 or beginning Q1. Bad news here for PPS until we hear something. Good stuff happening, I am sure, however, in the short term it continues downward. See you at approx $.80-.$85. DMS paid $.85. I'll split the difference between them and Frost. They have funding capital to get them through Q1, but they need an agreement to fund them beyond that.
250K per plant…need about 8-9 plants to pay just for the executive staff SW&B. Not particularly lucrative, but it does pay the bills. If Abengoa pays the overhead, then everything else is pure gravy. I wonder if DYAI can strike a better deal with the next player in this sector.
A bit concerned that they have to scratch to come up with this kind of PR. I think we are going a lot lower unless they get an agency and/or a report to paint a picture. Unclear to me whether these 2 plants are anywhere near break-even, or if they/losses will suck the life from this company. Management could be doing a better story explaining what is happening. Will add only if market cap comes down to under $10M…then it's a high risk, but high reward.
Was the $500,000 a milestone payment, or a royalty? How much royalty will this amount to per year? I had heard its about $1M/plant involved, per annum...
Hey Robert, hope you bought BBLU when I told you at $2.70..now $3.80. Going to$12 by end 2015..a 'story' stock indeed. Pepi
Expect $300milliion run rate from the Meat Packing customer alone over the next 3 years when all 35 installs are completed. VERY revealing 8K. This is a totally misunderstood company. Hope they get an analyst report out there.
New here. Am I understanding that Black Pearl Management are pretty much insiders/STW Mgt?? So this is a "sweetheart" deal?
I'm ok with that, as the shares will probably remain closely held and will not crash the future stock price.
Issue isn't the long-term, it's the short term share price buffeted by lack of capital to fund expensive trials,and development work, etc. Unless Frank has an imminent "upfront" payment from a deal that will soon hit the market, they will need capital. I hope that post-Labor day we get something to keep things moving along without capital issues. When a tiny company has it's activities internally funded, it's a miracle that they stay above water. Frank has done a good job doing that, but it is still a bit of a high wire act with respect to money needs.
at $1? Frost to absorb..or the Dutch? If Frost insists on same price as last money raise, its then back to $.75...
wondering if a deal for some product to launch in Q1, January for example, means CDXC has to keep their mouth shut until November…We have a long wait. A long wait means further downside. My average is $1.40, and I am willing to add under a buck. I have to remember that Frost, etc bought last at $.75. We may get pretty close to that number. Today was $1.13.
Uplisting about to happen? I assume that the dominoes start to fall (announcement of CHP installs/install calendar confirmed) once the uplift is PR'd. Once they can announce their customer we are at $5. If there is a second customer, try $8-$10. Hope they got their stuff together, and can execute flawlessly on their engineering…$15 1 year from now!