Kenny, what does that equate to in terms of revenue? Since the company refuses to tell the investing public and it's shareholders, one must assume they are too embarrassed to give real numbers. I remember when they signed the deal with Duke for 1.5 million smart meters, they mentioned the 150 million in revenue multiple times. That was a number to be excited about. My guess is this deal is worth about 50K. If they can ink 7 more of these "big" deals, that will pay Ron's salary for 2013.
I got an email that said I should buy the dips and load the boat before I miss the bus. Someone else said if I buy the dips and load the boat, I won't have enough money left to pay the bus fare. What should I do?
Stocks that trade on the OTC market are risky enough, but when that stock doesn't file their financials, they go from a risky investment to a foolish one. This company is late, and they don't really explain why they are late. So, until they file, many people will stay away out of fear that their next move is to the pinks. If they do file , the price should move back up a bit.
I read the PR about the open house event, and I noticed they quoted 2 shareholders in the PR. Normally, when someone wishes to remain anonymous, the article will use their first name and last initial. This article uses their first initial and last name. I was visualizing these people saying "Look, I really don't want you to use my name in the article, so you can use my last name, but PLEASE Don't use my first name, ok?" Something about that just makes me laugh. Maybe it's just me.
I believe it was the late general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, Branch Rickey who once said "Sometimes the best trades you make are the ones you DONT make.
That's why I don't use google. If you do a yahoo search you get 3 different landing pages on their site. That doesn't necessarily mean it's a popular site, but at least you will find it if you look for it.
Can you tell me where you got that info? Do you have a link? It's not that I don't believe you, it's just that I don't trust information that cannot be verified.
The company has made two acquisitions in the last week or two. Since they have no money, I assume they paid in stock. I cannot find any filings to show how much dilution has been created by these acquisitions. Does anyone know where I can find that info?
I'm not as smart as you are, so I am just trying to figure out why Laidlaw is contacting current shareholders to try and sell shares to them. Since the shareholders didn't mention any numbers, I can only ASSume that Laidlaw wants to offer them the same great deal that they got, which I believe is .081 per share for stock, and .097 per share for warrants. Since it appears that a significant number of new shares are being sold into the market, I can now purchase all the shares I want for .07 or less. So I think you can see why I would love to be listening in on that conversation between the Laidlaw rep and the shareholder, as he or she tries to convince the shareholder that .081 is a great price to pay.
and before you lump all conservative thinking people into one group, I think the sandiegodude on here is a moron, I think Rush Limbaugh is a know-it-all, and I think Glen Beck is brain dead. I just happen to think Bill Maher is Glen Beck on the other side of the debate. You see, people with extreme views like you and sandiegodude actually have a lot in common, just like Maher and Beck are one in the same.
Now I understand why you think the way you do. The New York times? Bill freaking Maher? Rachel Maddow? How about if we just agree to disagree, because the day I turn to Bill Maher for enlightenment will be the day hell really does freeze over.
The blind leading the blind. It would be funny if it wasn't so sad. So, when unemployment is 7.4 percent in 3 years, will you once again praise our president for having the lowest unemployment in 8 years? Remember when 7% unemployment was considered high? I guess this is the new America. Oh, and thank God they don't count out of work people who gave up looking for work and are now on welfare. You seem like a decent enough guy, so for the sake of your family, please don't buy stock in the S&P based on what you read. Remember 2008? This next one is going to make that look like a minor correction.
Do you really think they would all say the industry is dead for the next several years? And if you believe the Govt reports that the economy is improving, then you are in for a rude awakening over the next couple of years.
Laidlaw has been hired by the company to sell 3 million shares for .081 per share. Why on earth would anyone pay .081 when you can buy it on the open market for .07? So, if Laidlaw contacts anyone, please ask them that question, because I'm dying to hear their answer.
I'm thinking about buying here, but I'm curious about this Laidlaw thing. Can you give any more detail about what they wanted from you? Did they offer to buy your stock at a specific price? Did they mention how many shares they wanted?
Did I mention that the proceeds from all those shares being sold will be deposited in a bank in the Cayman Islands, where the US regulators have no jurisdiction?