This is bc of the DSMB that follows the Zoptec trial, but the question is in general.
Generally said, why?
My understandment is that an open label trial is.... open to knowledge of participants, and I assume, of the researcher company as well.
Agree, service contr. and bus....... telco, so and so.... China, that's right but show me the money first.
And we had the Cleargen resurrection, but... none seems to be interested, like this FCEVs return. H2 stations are going to take place in Japan and Europe (Germany).... still too slowly in US.
Correct about ren-energy, a big energy producer said yesterday they'll divest 75% their coal-stuff by 2025.
A big cake of fulls and voids for now.
Specifically for this Co, I think we need some new guy into the board.
Svennh, it's not just bc the stock cratered after the run through 8$... not only for that.
I'm still a big fan and believer of fcells and have no problem to forget all $$$ for 5-10 years.
The big question that is raising in my mind is..... are these persons good to run a public traded company?
Sure, the overall economy and oil is maybe slowing down fcell adoption compared to what the expectations were just 5 qrts ago..... but these guys (especially the CFO) are working for the business ***AND*** at least a little bit for shareholders? Bc it seems that they're absolutely uninterested.
I think that the 2 things are somehow correlated.... if you don't care about investors at all, somehow also the business is affected on the long run, bc there's perception of a mocked stock.... and a mocked business, at every level (big and retail investors).
And I'm starting to think to corruption as well.
And apparently it looks like the chinese fund that invested months ago is already reducing.
In this particular case, the chinese investor wasn't big enough to trigger the uptrend.
So at the end of the day, none knows a thing on what's the best moment to enter-exit for the mere speculation.
And worse, apparently this mngm doesn't have a clue on what's the best moment to diluite a stock. Forget the acquisition itself..... about the offering, they could sell shares at 5$ when stock was 6...... or sell at 2.5 when it was 4 or 3. Useless wrods now.
This company (like HYGS) must show growth in revenues and stable margins.
I've come to the conclusion that the market has changed.... honestly I took some time to get there....:)
Profits really don't matter anymore.
A stock can go up forever and the company never show a buck of profits.
All you must show is growth in revenues and stable gross margins (10%+).
All these companies failed to maintain and improve their revenues, after some magic moments in early 2014.
That said, I think that there's a team of shorters that follow these stocks, those with low volumes.
Apparently the SEC isn't checking over-beaten down stocks nor the mega-inflated stocks. Hard workers.
" First and foemost, i have NEVER heard a reasonable logical explanation of the management decision to do such a convoluted raise, other than a self serving one to keep them in power."
That is a chance.... just a dirty game to keep doors open at shareholder's expenses.
But I think even in the worst management style, you can do less of that clause (the cashless stuff etc).
So the question remains: why?
I think this secondary (horrible like we all can concur) was made to ease the screwed shareholders who applied to the class actions after all failed trials. It was made - and subscribed - for them.
This **regardless** both outcomes.... positive and negative outcomes from Macri and Zoptec.
I urge those motivated like those writing into this thread,
to send 2 lines of complainings to our beloved company.
***********Here's what our CFO earns:
Anthony Guglielmin's Annual Salary, Stock and Options
Salary and Bonus
*********** and this is what he did weeks ago:
He basically killed pps by doing a secondary offering @ 1.6$, with a stock that hit 8$ and was moving in the 4$-2.2$ range in last 12 months.
And he did this 3 weeks before the "resume" of the Cleargen, that is not an huge contract but is a news anyway.
Is this the way to operate?
I agree, and I'd add more.
It seems like the market doesn't care anymore about profits. It looks for growth.
Look also at major huge cap stocks..... AMZN, TSLA.... most of biotechs.
The market DOES NOT care of net profits anymore. You must only show:
- some gross profits
- AND growth, in revenues I mean
This is how you can talk about future, profits in an indefinite futre, doesn't matter.
Not important if profits aren't here and now.
Growth in revenues and the stock goes up. And it's happening again after this enforcement.
The huge news is not the contract itself...... it's that ClearGen is not buried. That is the great news.
You must consider this pps like a ballot.
A president is elected, with huge preferences.
Does it mean he'll do just fine now and forever?
No, time and events will tell. A major event and everything changes.
This is a quick example to show you how quickly you and pepsi.diot will be destroyed overnight.
And it'll be again "stop trading fcells"!!!!
Greener? Pure Ebus feature batteries 3x-4x bigger than FCbus and as you have geological times for recharge you'll need 2x-3x fold Ebus to serve the same zone. There your "greener" goes.
Blue, it's time for you to post somewhere into electric-bus' YMB and then go to sleep.
Apparently none tosay stops a moment to think to these few point.
First, the physical issue you (with this link) exposed.
Secondly.... and even more meaningful: "Nobody makes more batteries than Toyota".
Bc the market at the moment thinks that the cash is mere milk coming off the cow, and they'll fail their 5th phase 3 in a row: 1-can't remember what in 2009, 2-perifosine's and lately the 1st of AE130.
I really thought the double bets on phases 3 (ongoing AE130 and Zoptec) would trigger upside speculation.... right now I'm starting to think that we'll loose... for a while, with Zoptec at least.
5 more months to the wipeout.
9k @ 0.6$
I'm not your dad, but really are you risking $200K+ in just one high risk stock?
Apart that, I have to tell you (and everybody).
I think this downtrend has multiple reasons:
- low price of oil (that always moves alt energies)
- possible slowing down in adoptions of H2-stations and PTgas plants in Europe
- Kolon's additional 8 MW order?