japancuckoo still believes the lies of JQ. Seems after waiting for over 3 years it would dawn that its been sold a bill of goods.
Like a cuckoo clock, it regularly repeats these failed expectations.
How those 1km lengths in 2012 turn out?
[shorts are getting nervous by japankokura • Apr 25, 2012 1:44 PM
we have very low volume, 1,6 mio shorts
and STI's announcement to be able to produce 100m-lengths this quarter and 1km-lengths end of the year.
and we know they have GENERAL CABLE (along with SIEMENS), SOUTHWIRE as future customers. a demonstration project is scheduled to be terminated end of this year.
so the shorts have to cover. and they cannot wait too long anymore.
that's why the try to spread lies about the mgt. of the company. STI is certainly not getting bancrupt. they still have enough cash and they have big partners, who are very interested that STI will stay alive for a very long time. they are waiting for STI to start production cause the need their hts-tapes.
as soon as STI has its 100m-length-tape the stock price will certainly rise]
STI has been shipping stage-2 wire for several years, yet not one case it works in a prototype, i.e., stage-2 qualified.
My guess for this failure is the SC layer delaminates from the substrate, but regardless, it's failing to get stage-2 qualified.
If wire doesn't work in a prototype there will be no orders, no revenue.
btw, that 730A claim is bogus, there are many examples that 730A have been surpassed and verified.
Sunam claims "critical current of 794 A/12 mm-width at 77 K in self-field"
Just took over 3 years to produce at most 144 meters that has yet been proven to work in a prototype. This was produced on a claimed 4 km p/y RCE. Wire was due 3rdQ 2012.
Claimed commercial ability not till late 2015, but claimed cash not sufficient to last till then. STI's claims are always optimistic.
Still no stage-2 qualification for any application, including cable demo wire. In other words those 30+ customers have yet to get STI's wire to work in a damn prototype.
Special mention to readthis_pump despite its extra chromosome, proving that the mentally challenged can scam with the best.
Now is the death watch for SCON is on and those poor souls to have been scammed into investing in this total scam.
One's investment in SCON will follow the path that the former investors in ISCO realized, 100% loss.
Koop will recover his toxic financing with the help of squirm Quiram CEO, both of their nests in Minnesota, as squirm Quiram was smart enough to stay in Minnesota to have plausible deniability of the failures in Texas and California.
It's sad the scamsters have won, but take a bow r2d2npiss, japancuckoo, scumroller and the many other aliases used by these scamsters.
We saw SP dip below $1 today. How soon till it falls more?
It's fun to watch all those falling knives causing deflation faster than the pumpers can blow causing A Mighty Wind with an obnoxious smell.
Think readthis_pump should go all in on SCON. That last dollar it has would really help, but he may be a savvy trader and will wait till he can double his accumulation.
Wonder why so many changes of CFO in the last couple of years. Could be a good thing if attempting to lower its Beneish M-Score.
On DTBD, Superconductor Technologies Inc. (the "Company") received a letter from the Listing Qualifications Department of the Nasdaq Stock Market notifying the Company that the minimum bid price per share for its common stock fell below $1.00 for a period of 30 consecutive business days and that therefore the Company did not meet the minimum bid price requirement set forth in Nasdaq Listing Rule 5550(a)(2).
The cycle continues. Fall below $1.00, 30 business days, notice, extensions, reverse split, massive dilution and this is the best case.
The paid shills will start ranting about deals just around the corner like they did for at least the last 2 times this cycle occurred.
A more likely event is that SCON will be dropped from the Russell Microcap® Index this June followed by shares being dumped by the ETF's which track the Index.
I see readthis_pump's desire to be filled indicates its acceptance of the girth it is receiving.
Don't believe this is the proper forum to express one's sexual proclivities.
Beneish M-Score, created by Professor Messod Beneish, is just one of those quant metrics. Anyway, this score indicates that a score of less than -2.22 suggests that the company will not be a manipulator. An M-Score of greater than -2.22 signals that the company is likely to be a manipulator.
The Beneish M-Score for Plug, according to gurufocus site, is a positive 1.59, which is greater than -2.22.
To me, everything looks OK with the PLUG SEC filings and improvements of margins are impressive per the last 10-Q.
Anyone want to comment on this quant metric vs what PLUG has reported to the SEC?
Naw, r2d2ncpo/empirescumbagcoward is on the run again.
Authorities keep trying to shut its pump&dump scheme down, but the scamster has stayed one step ahead, so far.
Boy, what a crash today, below a $1 by end of week?
When good ole r2d2ncpo/empirescumbagcoward boiler room scamster starts foaming at the mouth posting is a leading indicator of a major SP dive.
Wonder if this scamster is now being paid by short hedge fund goons to drive any potential rational investors away with its loony posts?
The Momentum Play behind the speculation that STI may get a stage-2 qualification has no legs based on the fact that STI hasn't demonstrated commercial production, much less being competitive.
Remember the HTS RF filter business? Never could get the cost down to be competitive and have abandoned that line of business.
japancuckoo posts all these HTS demonstration projects which have no profit and attempts to link them to STI. The only relationship is the no profit.
STI has yet to get a single stage-2 qualification after over two years of trying.
STI doesn't even EXPECT to have commercial production capacity till late this year. We all know that STI is always late or fails to deliver.
STI admits money will only last till early Oct., what will it do for money? Another dilution if it can, it's just a matter of how bad this pending dilution will be.