There is the tried and true definition of insanity which I'm sure everyone knows. There is also a much lesser known definition: not recognizing that the world has changed and doing the same thing one more time. It's not well known because I just made it up in a sincere effort to help you understand that you need to cover now- especially if you are a follower and do not understand this company.
I have been doing some DD on SZYM and am noting that Wolfson is a lawyer with an MBA. A bit surprising for this type of company. I also note that on the SZYM web page, under Wolfsons profile, it indicates that he is named on 5 patent applications. Given the complex chemistry and engineering around this business, I am asking how a lawyer is capable of being responsible for patent development. Can someone help me (including the company) help me to understand this phenomena?
SYMX shareholders are almost entirely retail, although it believe some bigger players may have taken positions on the last announcement. My guess is that retail investors (I am one) will be pushed out over the next year or so. I watched this with CPST which is another GE related company which now has a large institutional following and increasing share price. I believe SYMX has a great future ahead and those of us who hang for the long term will be well rewarded.
Investron, how can you be so sure about TKMR having an inferior delivery system compared with ARWR? And why are you messing with their board? I give you credit for most of what you have to say, but it really don't get why you feel the need to go after TKMR. There are a lot of very smart people who disagree with you and are putting their time and money with TKMR. In any event, I think both companies have the potential to be successful.
The walmart prototype truck was shown on Bloomberg TV this morning. They had a shot of the engine compartment and lo and behold one section had the words CAPSTONE !
Truth be told, I'm just lucky as I bought ARWR as a nano play and watched it morph into srnai. How often are companies successful undertaking such a radical change? Close to zero.
To all Boys and girls. The only real way to play is to be in both tkmr and ARWR. Understand that we cannot know for sure if one od both will ultimately be successful. Spreading your bets is the way to go. Then hold on for the long run and don't be pushed out by the noise. Even if it all comes to nought, it will probably be the best bet for a lifetime. Let the noise be damned.
My time has come! I am the little engine that could! All are finally coming to understand that I have been named well. CAPSTONE - using gravity to defy it! Why, I' m as light as air! I beckon to all the lower forms of energy to come forward so that we together can create light and heat and movement for the world!
After many years of hope I am taking a big loss, licking my wounds and moving on. I have a big gain on ARWR as well as symx, so I can use my big tiny loss to ease the tax burden. Glta
We can all expect margin expansion as CPST amortizes it fixed costs over an increasing number of units sold. However, and much more importantly, the capstone value proposition is coming to fruition as new and increasing demand prove the thesis. This will inevitably allow CPST to increase its sales price per unit sold. Demand is at long last feeding on itself! As manufacturing capability gets stretched, CPST will be forced to raise prices to better manage demand as it expands. This situation is just beginning, yet it is inevitable. This is what those with a short position do not yet understand. As for CPST, they need to assure that as demand shifts to feeding on itself, they are not overcompensating their distributors.
If you pay, let's say, $1.50 for a warrant and the company was acquired for, let's say, $7.50, then you would have lost $.50 per warrant. Now, under the same circumstances, if the company was taken out at anything over $8.00, then you would make money on the warrant. I believe there is a good chance RIBT could be acquired in the next few years, so prospective warrant purchasers should as least consider this in their decision process.
I'm only holding 80k shares. Have slowly been trying to get to 100k over the past year. After all, where can you buy a stock for under a dollar, that has proprietary technology, operating facilities, a relationship with GE and a top level management team! I should have moved a little faster. Check out the facts.
I really doubt Jamison has any intention of buying any appreciable amount of shares. They are burning through $10 million a year of shareholder equity while the investment base continues to shrink! Buying back shares would only put more pressure on much needed cash for bloated salaries. If anything they should pay half their salary in shares. I own a lot of shares here and have for along time. I plan to hold through one more quarter assuming all I hear is more pie in the sky - more like a pie in the face.
By the way, their current cash position would indicate another shareholder dilution this year. Who knows what they will have to do to push more shares!
I am used to seeing any over allotment grant being exercised at the same time as the secondary. Otherwise it becomes a free option for Maxim! So now, since the market price is above the original offering price, Maxim makes even more money. They pay $ 5.25 and receive a share of stock and a warrant worth about $ 7.00 , for an immediate 33.3% gain! Oh we'll, it's just another slap in the face of existing shareholders. I wonder if Short really had any counsel in how to understand and deal with Maxim? Does Short even know that he gave them a FREE OPTION?
Why don't refineries consider fcel for power generation? They are loaded with natural gas, can use the waste heat and most importantly, all complex refineries are always short HYDROGEN !