I didn't even need to vote but felt compelled to. I figure no one wants RS/issuance to happen. I bet they don't happen. either way my investment was wiped out so I am counting this as a write off anyway.
I voted against. I figure price so low who cares if it goes to otc. I am disappointed we have seen no PRs about more store acquisitions. we were supposed to be at 30 by now according to ceo.
pretty pathetic % holdings by the mgmt. team. Insiders can help common by buying and showing confidence in their own company. multiple directors that hold 0%.
Now we are set to move up
1.42 was before rs. we're trading at a fraction of year high which had sold off from a much higher position even year before. blu law suit settled and expanding stores. we're going much higher.
While that wasn't a huge investment relative to other sabby investments I highly doubt Mintz would throw his $ away. He's going to scoop up all the stock as daytraders exit.
To renew confidence. if we can climb to like $2 then we have wiggle room for minor profit taking down the road and maintain compliance. Part of the tumble this year was the lawsuit shadow and another factor is the loss of nas compliance. Will help stabilize stock to get well past a dollar asap which could bring even further gains.
All kinds of huge holdings. fund run by Hal Mintz. He dropped $28M on Acadia earlier in the year. Interesting . . .so my guess is vpco is a possible medical delivery system investment. I wonder then if the biometric vaporizer is about to be commercially available and the patent goes through. This is awesome to have a fund like this on board.
Or was just a large bet on their part? I guess we'll see how this story plays out. We haven't seen this large of a block purchase in the last year by one group.
Look at the chart. that's when all started to go downhill. This is huge news it was settled. Was equivalent of $44/share back in march 14. Blu is a huge brand so it cast a large shadow over vpco.
Been no announcements from vpco for a while.
Don't know. Looking forward to that too. Just an investor here still with optimism. Hey isn't this what investing is all about though? Buy low and watch an enterprise build a company for future returns? If there wasn't risk there would be no reward. I've bought all along the drop. dollar cost average now looking much better than earlier this year.
I'm guessing they are going to buy out someone like a madvapes to reach target. Or merge. I wouldn't be surprised if vpco isn't the largest vape chain in the country in 2016.
The price has fallen off and institutions continue to hold shares. vpco fully capitalized. Vaping is hot and will continue to take market share from cigarette companies. vpco only has growth on the horizon.