Never mind, I figured it out. You're the self appointed Christian, Parents. You thought you'd gain more traction by invoking religion into your conversations. Then, when you were easily weeded out, you started creating multiple ID's. Not much is working for you is it, girlfriend.
I don't read "sites", I have a physical copy, as well as an online copy, of the two exchange acts that govern all the rules for investing. I haven't any problem understanding legalese. Sorry that you do, which is obvious by your confusion.
So what you're saying is, you're unable to answer the question. That's what I thought.
What's the difference between a registered company and an unregistered company? Do you even know what a registered company is?
The only liar is you. Rule 144 has to do specifically in regards to "registered" companies. Nanologix is not a "registered" company. Your knowledge of the rules governing investing is below average.
Nanologix is not a registered company. They don't have to file any of there trades with the SEC. Logic eludes you.
He wants to remain CEO and I doubt he cares if the company is successful or not. I believe his main goal is issuing himself stock grants. It's free money. Very few companies pay their employees more that it even produces in revenue. This company has been doing that ever since Bret became CEO. it's clear what his primary objective is.
I'd wager that he doesn't work there anymore. Bret has a very difficult time keeping employees when he can't even pay them.
The permeable membrane patent is the basis for the majority of the products they offer. It's interesting that a fraud such as yourself would dare try to lecture anyone. Your day is coming :)
Petro, there's no need to. It's pretty straight forward. Of course, you find difficulty because you're a ditch digger and really don't have a clue what you're doing here other than ol' Bret is your buddy from way back when. Sure is a lot of grease around each time you two get together, don't ya think?
8 more years until the primary patent, which many of their technology is based on, expires. In the last 8 years, results have been dismal. No reason to assume that'll change. China is the leader of patent infringement. So far, the technology isn't even good enough for them to infringe.
Those skivvies have big print that says "we didn't lose money like the rest of you idiots did". Hahaha.