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kayak_wench 45 posts  |  Last Activity: 22 hours ago Member since: Oct 31, 2009
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    Communication with your stock holders

    by broken_investor Oct 22, 2014 3:44 PM
    kayak_wench kayak_wench 22 hours ago Flag

    Have you ever worked on a multi-year complex project that involves milestones from scores of people and a time line that must be mry. Internally he is likely having to answer to board members and explain tasks and changes to tasks to employees. The last thing he needs to be responsible for is babysitting us. A blog, really!? He does not care about the short-term share price. I don't believe a CEO should, they should focus on building the business for the long-term. The only reason the short-term matters is if it will derail the long-term plans. From what we currently know there is no worry of that here. What other CEO writes up a page for the investors every few weeks. If he did either that or a blog I would be feeling he has entirely too much time on his hands. He is taking care of business and if he succeeds the share price will be take care of itself.
    We chose to invest and if we don't like his reporting we can choose to divest he doesn't owe us anything beyond the CC and PRs announcing major changes.

  • Google ultimate power truck and look at the first returned entry. Then go to inventory. Looks like 5 trucks advertised, but the pics all of one truck. Its a very pretty truck though with super cool little label (look at dark picture that seems to be of vin number). Seems as if someone else saw this, thus the move today.

  • Google ultimate power truck and look at the first returned entry. Then go to inventory. Looks like 5 trucks advertised, but the pics all of one truck. Its a very pretty truck though with super cool little label (look at dark picture that seems to be of vin number). Seems as if someone else saw this, thus the move today.

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    ultimate power truck building publicity platform

    by kayak_wench Oct 18, 2014 12:40 AM
    kayak_wench kayak_wench Oct 18, 2014 12:43 AM Flag

    The Facebook page has a good picture of their building. It has 6 bays in which they can work on trucks. It looks like an appropriate building for the business given they will be both renting fleet trucks and updating customer owned vehicles to generate power (derived that from the temporary website).

  • All sites are empty (as in no content), but it looks they are getting set up for a broad marketing campaign. They have a website, Facebook page, twitter account, and even a utube page. Everything is empty now, but looks like they are getting ready to start advertising when they get the equipment ready. Their temporary website that will transition to the site named after the company has been cleaned up quite a bit (the example truck entries removed and better organized). The Facebook site references the parked website named after the company (Ultimate power truck). Google the company name and search over the first two pages of results to see the accounts I referenced.

  • Reply to

    Spoke to Diane....again

    by broken_investor Oct 10, 2014 3:47 PM
    kayak_wench kayak_wench Oct 11, 2014 1:17 AM Flag

    I have been wondering what a PR for the final HAL and In-Vitro would contain that would be new. ELTP did not release another PR for any previous final reports, just the initial results. The reason being nothing changed. I also doubt they will have a PR talking about their meeting with the FDA. Companies do not typically release notes from such meetings. The results will be discussed in the next CC and perhaps only if asked.
    On the other hand in the next CC they will take questions and I believe they will answer any and all questions truthfully and will provide details not in the high level summaries. Should any generic be brought on line a PR will be released for that as for any other NEW information. I am not seeing new information for Oct. If your freaking out I have to think your looking for a short term play. The long investors will take a hint from the CEOs near quarter million investment in his IRA that all is good.

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    What's Going On with Eli-201?

    by rfwelsh Oct 6, 2014 10:40 AM
    kayak_wench kayak_wench Oct 7, 2014 10:58 AM Flag

    I mistyped it was a pivotal trial whose results were such that elite is spending million(s) to run a follow on pilot then repeating the pivotal study. I am not implying in anyway it means elite is not a good investment. But it certainly was unanticipated cash out the door. I would like to know why it happened and the likelihood of it occurring again. I'll probably have to wait until the next cc. I am sure the CEO will address it in more detail then.

  • Reply to

    What's Going On with Eli-201?

    by rfwelsh Oct 6, 2014 10:40 AM
    kayak_wench kayak_wench Oct 7, 2014 9:21 AM Flag

    I have been hoping someone who is familiar with drug chemistry would volunteer information about the failed pilot study. Whether the failure was a concern comes down to what they did to resolve the issue. Hopefully they did something beyond repeating the test. If it was a change in the composition of the drugs such that the absorption would improve, and the science of how such composition change can affect absorption then it was truly not a big deal. Just get the recipe right and move on. If it was just to repeat the test with no change and the pilot resulted in a different outcome that would leave them not knowing which was correct (first or second study). Pivotal studies cost a bunch of money so if that were the case then I think he would of done another pilot before repeating the pivotal. If that were also the case I think he would need to look at how the test was done and ask if something was inconsistent in the testing. I simply don't know enough about the science to formulate an opinion. I'm not even sure how far off the original results were from the desired (way off, just barely missed...?). Any of those guys with 'Dr' in their names and it is a medical degree care to comment?

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Oct 5, 2014 12:39 PM Flag

    Sensi I think Cadwell calls all shots and that he keeps Jim K as CEO because Jim is o.k with being a mouth piece and a CEO in title only. Cadwell is known to have a healthy ego and doesn't like to have to explain his actions. I think he feels the company is his and he doesn't have to answer to anyone. BTW, even with dilution he maintains 50% ownership to ensure that his perception of control is reality.
    Another thought is that it seems most think ADMD knew about John Fife's investment. I'm not sure they did, but maybe I missed some reference to it. But for someone to acquire 10% and then Cadwell dump shares giving himself a large chunk, make it impossible for anyone to get a controlling percentage, is interesting.
    I think something will be known before the one year initial submission of the 150(k). They will either be submitting to get re-categorized or have to go PMA.
    If something isn't heard by then the the second phase of dilution will begin and the price will plummet.

  • kayak_wench by kayak_wench Oct 1, 2014 11:44 AM Flag

    They have another 500,000 shares to dilute. We need some sort of news.

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Sep 24, 2014 7:08 PM Flag

    Someone spent some bucks to get that patent granted. If you examine its transaction history it had two final rejections before being granted (if you don't know what final rejection means and how you continue pursuing it after that do your own DD and don't ask me to explain). I believe each refiling requires more fees and work to do whatever they found lacking in the previous filing. BTW, if anyone had been tracking this they would seen that it was approved in July (I sure wasn't it didn't enter my head that they didn't have all the patents they wanted already approved) but not officially mailed out until early sept. The inventor is Dr Fisher with this being his third related to the radio gel technology. I didn't find any more patent submissions under review in his name. This looks like the last one related to protecting their inventions. It still has to get approved by the FDA. Sensi you seem to have not believed Jim K's comment in his radio interview in mid-Aug that they would be 'talking' with the FDA for at least another month and maybe two. Meaning they won't even think about refiling until mid-Sept. Now add him always underestimating how long things take and push that to Oct. Then give them a month to refile and we are in Nov before they refile. However, after talking with FDA for two months they may learn it is pointless to refile as clinical trials will be required. If that happens we have a long, painful, dilutive wait on our hands.

  • The PR says they had to do an unplanned pilot study to figure out what was going on with the unexpected results of 202 in the ongoing study. It looked good and now they are going to repeat the bioequivalent study (probably to get good results on the Cmax). My guess on the extra dilution is that Nasrat hadn't gotten the results back when he said no dilution, but when he did he knew he had to address it and ASAP to make sure he had the good results he wanted going into the Oct. meeting. The dilution probably covers the cost of the pilot study and the extra study starting in early Oct.

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Sep 9, 2014 11:14 AM Flag

    Hurray!! They sold the last of their shares on Aug 27. I hadn't kept up.

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Sep 7, 2014 11:09 AM Flag

    A reference to one conference was already made just a few posts ago (Rodman and Renshaw). You say they are presenting at more than one conference... what are the others? They present on Weds not Monday. Most companies like to go into these with fresh news...we will see. The last conference they attended they put out the P.R about the 1 million truck and generator order. That news did nothing for the share price, it kept dropping because of spirit bears dilution. Spirit bear still has over a hundred thousand shares on had to dilute, but if the news it big enough (when will they sign a license agreement with ESSCO already!).

  • Reply to

    jk interviewed on thestockradio

    by radiogel Aug 27, 2014 11:42 AM
    kayak_wench kayak_wench Aug 27, 2014 12:11 PM Flag

    Nice find!!!.
    A couple of quotes
    "We are now answering questions from FDA and expect to be answering question for the next month or two"

    "We have been approached by several multi-billion dollar companies to either partner with strategic partner with or greater and we have to date not been willing to sign any issues as to what that would like and the primary thought process we have been doing this so long, we believe we understand what we have, we believe from the physicians and radiologists we have talked to around the world what we have, and that once we are able to get final approval from the fda its worth that much more. So as much pain as the market place may be, we believe we will be fully rewarded and our stake holders will be fully rewarded in due course.

    Get comfortable, there is going to be a bit of a wait, but good news on the interest from partners.

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Aug 26, 2014 4:44 PM Flag

    Psst, shekels don't talk to the crazy people....ronrunoff and buzzy (probably one and the same) might lose steam if he/she doesn't get attention (it seems a bit high strung, irrational, and emotional for a male). Otherwise why reach out to us in their posts. I have them on ignore so I usually see nothing, but I admit I find them so weird and crazy they are interesting in a car wreck sort of way and every now and then I open a few of their messages, but I always immediately regret it.
    BTW, if you ever have the follow up call please share. My hope is that the 30 days estimate for refiling was true, and that the in person meeting with FDA had already occurred. One would think that if a trial was necessary they would of said something then. While Cadwell has plenty of money if all were lost I don't think he would throw away 20+ grande once a month on more shares.

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Aug 22, 2014 11:46 AM Flag

    I did just scan it, so I could be wrong. I am pretty sure the older draft had two flow charts one for starting from de novo another for transitioning from a 510(k) process, with the time frame for the one from 510(k) being shorter. What I found was a draft, and by definition is not final, nor was it on the official FDA website, so it could of been incomplete, but it read more like they decided to keep one de novo process flow for whether you it was being started after a 510(k) or pre-sub. The good news is that according to ADMD recent filing they are going through the pre-sub process. As this is not required but "allows FDA to provide feebback on whether the device is suitable for de novo process and/or to advice on the documentation need in a subsequent de novo". So if they submit it means the FDA said they had a shot at de novo approval.
    Thanks for sharing the content of your call. Given the wackos that are apparently harassing them, they may never answer their phones again, but if you manage to talk with them again hopefully you will share that also.

    Off topic, but the recent volume set off the chattering of the TA investors so I think some of the recent purchases may have been to investors who follow technical analysis. If a PR indicating submission is not made soon, the technicals will fall and they will dump their shares.

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Aug 22, 2014 10:57 AM Flag

    A new draft of the de nuvo process was published by the FDA a couple of days ago. In a quick glance it looked like there is a 120 day time period between submission and notification (not the 60 days the poster who claimed to have talked to Katzoff said), and that was best case if the FDA didn't require additional information during the process. So even in the best possible scenario (they submit and get approved as de nuvo) it looks like more dilution for the Dec warrants may be unavoidable. If they want to save shares from more dilution they need to resubmit ASAP.

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Aug 22, 2014 10:55 AM Flag

    If I held warrants that came due in June and July and I knew (which I would) that several other warrant holders were lined up to liquidate after me I would definitely sell my shares as soon as I could. Then I would wait for After the last date for warrant conversion (Aug 10 ..I think) to buy back in. For the conversions that took place in late June the price would of been about 0.02. My warrants would of converted around at 0.012. That 2 cent price held well into July so I would of made a 40% profit on top of interest. Now with the price near 0.0005 I would probably toss a bit of my profit back.
    Bottom line the warrant holders probably know more than we do, and they probably have a nice bit of profit. So I think a good portion of the buyers are the warrant holders.
    I also think sitting on the PR for the Battelle debt conversion was a strategic move to try to combat the price drop associated with the dilution. I think the people who loaned ADMD the money are probably friends and business associates of Cadwell so he is not going to let them lose money.
    I do not think they can survive the expiration of the most recent loans unless they get FDA approval before Dec. The conversions for the previous loans probably took more shares then they imaged because of the price drop and they may not have enough shares left to pay off the loans that will come due in Dec. On the other hand, if they resubmit and get more input then they will probably know exactly why they need to do to get approval and can look at options of partnering with someone.

  • kayak_wench kayak_wench Aug 21, 2014 6:52 PM Flag

    You don't have any loss unless you sell and you don't have a total loss unless they declare bankruptcy which could take years if they do what you claim they will. If they do declare bankruptcy it's a pain and takes extra paper work to write it off because you have to prove they went bk. you can still sue if you sell but you also get tangible documentation of your loss. Selling now also allows you to offset profits in other stocks. Any civil suit will be years after they go bk which may be years away.
    so please please sell!!!!

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