Why don't you go away. It's clear you have no real significant interest in this company. You're far too stupid to even carry an intelligent conversation. Obviously, you have very little money. Go away dude. You're a bore.
Which means his opinion carries more weight than yours when it comes to knowing who Bret is. You're a day trader. Nothing more, nothing less. You know very little about the company. Cash flow streams matter very little to you. You're only concern is the share price of a piece of intangible paper. You don't know what you're doing.
I laughed to myself when he stated that he'd release Q2 & Q3 in December. I can't recall when he's done anything he's said he would. No integrity whatsoever in my opinion. Maybe he's sniffin on some of that redneck glue like most of the patch does.
Parents made that comment about John Tracy. Her relationship with the CEO is extremely odd to me. Have never seen anything quite like it. It almost seems intimate to a degree.
HUBBARD, OH--MAY 17, 2011--NanoLogix (OTC MARKETS: NNLX), a biotechnology innovator in the rapid detection and identification of live-cell bacteria and microorganisms, announced today its latest innovation for the microbial diagnostic industry, the Flat Pack. The company has applied for a patent for this new packaging method to improve on conventional Petri packaging practices. The Flat Pack method more effectively protects the quality and integrity of NanoLogix BioNanoPore (BNP) and BioNanoFilter (BNF) Rapid Test Kits during both shipment and long-term storage, for all types of laboratory settings and locations.
What the PR does say:
1. Nanologix announced today
2. Its latest innovation
3. The company has applied for a patent for this new packaging method
What the PR doesn't say:
1. Bret Barnhizer announced today
2, Bret's latest innovation
3. Bret Barnhizer has apied for a patent
It's simple English folks and it's legally binding because THE COMPANY made this press release, not some reporter. In my opinion, there's no question that a fiduciary responsibility was broken. Not one shareholder has the balls to call an attorney.
"Assignment changes hands all the time."
Prove it. In my experience, that isn't the norm at all.
There's no way that the "invention" was made on his own time. He is the CEO of a biotech company that is engaged in product development of the EXACT kind of product he just so happened to invent dying his tenure as a CEO of a publicly traded company that is engaged in the EXACT same opportunities.
On top of that, he publicly released a press release that went out globally and stated that this was NANOLOGIX product. Not a Bret Barnhizer product. He stated "the COMPANY has applied for a patent". That means company resources were used and that he was informing the public that this is a NANOLOGIX "the company" product.
If anyone gets the balls to challenge him, I guarantee they'll win.
Shabby just posted on the pumper board a little ditty about Nasaem Al-Jazira. I went to the website and have an observation:
Look at the owners' picture. It's the picture that was taken if him shaking hands with Barnhizer but with Barnhizer cut out if it. Is this company so broke that he can't afford a professional photo for his website? Btw, he could use a haircut. The middle eastern mullet isn't the norm.
"I am just as skeptical about the ones who pump this company after the debacle that has occurred here, how could you possibly praise our management and believe the company is on the verge after the events that have happened?"
He's talking about himself but is too stupid to admit it. See, little billy was one of the pack leaders long ago that was "pumping" this company. It wasn't until a few years later that a light started to click on, and even then - he's never been able to accept responsibility.
I really enjoy reading his messages now. The girl is coming out of him each day.
No it doesn't. You just don't know how to read a financial statement. The cash & equivalents balance is on the balance statement.
Maybe if you knew something about investing and the proper terms associated with it, people could understand what you're talking about.
The Z-Score has 5 points to its analysis. One of those points is that it takes into account the market value of the equity. The only reason Nanologix has had significant Z-Scores in 2009-2013 is due to the Price Per share the company was trading at. Now that the "tide has gone out", it's beginning to get easier to see who's been swimming without their shorts on.
My opinion: unless the share price increases significantly and/or revenue increases by at least $1.2 Million, Nanologix is on the way towards bankruptcy.
Mitsy, listen girl, you're going in circles. According to the lastest release of financial statements, Nanologix isn't doing so well. When the CEO has to make loans to the company to keep it's doors open, it's not good. Sorry you don't understand that sweetie but it's just a fact of life. Now run along and cook a nice meal for your husband.
I think she's been thoroughly taken to the cleaners today in more ways than one. Pretty sad when she tries to make an argument and it backfires on her. It's also quite enjoyable to do to her hahaha.
Ms. Mitsy "if the z-score is so accurate, how come they didn't go out of business in 2005?" LMAO!!!
Well sweety, ummm, they did. LOL!!!