PURE as an investment?...Regrettable.
It's "story" was quite unforgettable.
But trust deeds to raise funds upon,
and non-sales in the Amazon,
have only postponed the inevitable.
And I'm interpreting their filings as the tax-loss carry-forwards are useful because of the amount of shares sold over the years. Would that be a correct interpretation?
$20M happens to be the amount that was "loaned" by Richmont to CVSL to get the ball rolling, IIRC. But I'm sure that's just a coincidence.
Big deal. A pink-sheet run-up. Now CVSL is back down to 13 cents (pre-split), based on what the real market thinks it's worth.
Baseless, as in "we're making a comparison to KO, but we haven't published any research to back it up, so here's a picture of Chewbacca."
The more you post, the more it becomes clear that "long-term investor" is just a charade for you.
IEG is doing well, no?
BTW, it's an understatement to call going from 1.15 to 28 cents a "dip". Also, it's not a "dip" unless there's an upswing...and there's no sign of that, is there?
Then they aren't really "longs", are they? Buying on the dips to average down would be a that a long would do.
This all sounds too familiar.
Your refernce to "long term investors" actually applies to only a small portion of long-term investors, primarily insiders. What about those LT investors who bought above 34 cents. There's a word for them. Care to use it?
And now it's back down to 29 cents.
Hmmm...what other stock and did that? And who was involved with that other stock? Hmmmmm......
CVSL won't...for the same reason it won't be blamed on Asian market manipulators.
You already used that excuse.