Let me ask a more specific question. How many research vessels does Odyssey Marine Exploration own and where are they currently deployed?
I'm not interested in "shorting the stock." I'm interested in seeing some evidence of activity by the employees and vessels of Odyssey Marine Exploration.
I guess that means SEMARNAT is the only game in town. With all the chips on one play, what happens if the project does not go forward or it goes forward without the involvement of Odyssey Marine Exploration? Is there anything else in the pipeline?
Yahoo shares would be flying off the shelves like plywood before a hurricane. Who wouldn't buy a stock in the thirties that was a sure bet to be tendered in the forties or fifties?
As the nuns at St. Bridget's would say, "It's a mystery."
Others say that it is likely to sell for between 4-8 billion dollars. So here is where I need guidance. Why would anyone pay 4-8 billion dollars for something with a worth of zero?
This board will still be here when the market opens on Monday.
Like I've been saying for months, all the eggs are now in one basket. With nothing else in the pipeline, this company is very vulnerable to Mexican politics. It needs to keep doing what it was founded to do, that is, marine exploration. And you can't do that without a boat.
I'm very impressed with their credentials. So. What are they actually doing to generate some revenue for this company?
If that's so obvious to everyone, why aren't shares selling? We're a little above average volume with more sells than buys. That's not consistent with $51/share looming in the near future.
be establishing some sort of survey grid. I wonder what they're finding.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Hey there Ronnie baby, relax. Anyone that takes this stock seriously as an investment has suffered some major head trauma. It's my favorite stock but for investment purposes I buy stuff like IOBCF which is up 500% in five years (14% just today) or XL Financial on which I've made over 800% in the same period. They don't all work like that but you have to be able to tell the difference between fun stuff and investments and I wouldn't use OMEX as a nest egg or for my kids' education.