They had a nice piece on emerging, new technology, alternative energy on CNBC. It would be nice if they explored some of the alternative energy that has made it out of the lab, specifically SZYM. It seems to me that there is lots of excitement and great ideas in this field, but making it financially viable is another story.
Mr. Berlin always wanted to make a presentation at the Micro-cap Conference. First thing he had to do was turn ROSG into a micro-cap. Mission accomplished. Now have a good time at the conference.
No, see you at 30+. Wait, that's not right. Actually the last time we'll see you is at 19 when you have a margin call and have to cover, jerk.
Well, we passed 11 a.m. without a sell-off. The longer it stays at current level, the greater the confidence that the bottom is behind us.
RNA, a company with science related to ROSG's, got a buy out that values the company at $680 million, or about 24 times the value of ROSG. If ROSG got a buy out at $100 million, we'd all be singing in the streets.
Years ago a company in the RNAI space had a similar buy out with about a 100% premium. It had recently issued a secondary. The president of ALNY (a competitor) was asked his opinion and he said the price was too low. At the time ALNY was trading at about 15. Now it is near 100.
See the blog that recommended selling for tax loss? Well, if that is your objective, you can increase tax deduction by selling at the market. Remember, the lower the price, the greater your deduction. Go for it!
Share price spiked to 2.67 on good volume. That lasted for less than 5 minutes and we're back in the red. I guess too many folks have learned to sell any rally, no matter when it happens or how insignificant it might be.
52 week low? How about 7 year low. Pre-split, shares were over 400 7 years ago and of course that doesn't adjust for the massive dilution with the last secondary.
Should have bought some coal stocks. It'll be in big demand as a Christmas stocking stuffer.
I find it interesting. When price was 2.90, the number of shares on the ask was less than it was when shares when down another cent. If someone really wanted to sell, why not sell at the bid at the higher price? Actually I know; it is just someone trying to put a visual barrier. These shares will be pulled as soon as there is a big move against them.
On a day when even coal is up, this green play is turning brown. I guess that as long as it keeps going down, there's no model which calls for a buy.
More fluff I'm sure. Lots of talk about the potential and the broad range of products. Sales, cash flow, and profit projections? I doubt it.
But thanks for contacting IR, Oz.