What do they plan to do? Make up the loss in volume?
Insider made a poor decision.
He got a bad price.
He did poorly.
So are you the person who placed the original Korea order? And now you want to increase it?
Keep that up for the next 6 months.
Just saying. Insiders get things wrong.
Just saying, automatic sales by insiders don't mean they know everything.
I had barely heard of this company, but bought at $4.98 and sold at $5.37 on the day of the 6.5% royalty deal. I expected it to stay above $5 but $4.02 seems a reasonable point for another run on any news. Bottom should be in the low $3s. High could be $10 on a buyout or settlement.
"I am sorry to inform you that our deal fell through as we were not able to find a manufacturer to deliver pellets below cost so we could sell them to Korea at a profit. Maybe next time. By the way, I should disclose some insider selling of 150,000,000 shares at $0.02. k, thx bye!"
It is pure jealousy.
These two guys running Kleangas have been able to trick you into giving them million of dollars. I am incredibly jealous that I didn't think of the idea before them.
I should have gotten a business degree so I could feel confident running scams. I am not even sure how I would go about buying a shell company. I could probably handle the interview in my living room arm chair thing though.
The company can't go to pinks, so yahoo will just delete it.
We will not be able to console you on your losses.
Totally amateur. They bought a shell company in 2012, actually had reports which declared things like operating income of $300 and personal loans for $150, and now they expect everyone to believe that two people have landed a $100,000,000 order when they have no leverage in that industry.
Because for every person I save from losing $5,000 or $20,000 on 500,000 worthless shares of KGET, that is $5,000 to $20,000 they will not need in government assistance, which will lower my taxes.
Dirt cheap at $2.50 a share.
Apple has $160B in cash, quite a few actual stores, some production facilities, a research center, thousands of patents, and brand value.
Yeah, Kleangas is just like every large company in America.
$3,750,000 per employee. I am so boggled by the insanity on this board I can't even do math in my head.