what can he do? realistically we cannot be in a cold war with china as they can push too many of our buttons. also, the US companies know dead well that the chinese will do this. maxwell no question knew that their IP would be copied within minutes but they needed the money losing bus contracts, so there you are. they also needed the wind turbine contracts. bam. you think they didnt steal the UC technology in the turbines they copied? you think they didnt figure out the manufacturing process in 15 minutes? ppsttttt. that is one great reason why mxwl is at $6.
here, here. well said.
the stock is down 60% from the very effective attack and painful to watch CNBC non-response. how many insider shares were sold in the last 90 days? the company did less than a million in gas sales. it has a market cap of 45 million. the stock could sell off to 2x sales and be reasonable in this market. making the 90% prediction by the crazy short blogger a reasonable projection. i own stocks now at PEs of 3! selling at a fraction of sales. ES is going to have to bring some thunder in a bad market to prevent this from going to 20 cents a share. he needed to respond forcefully. he didnt.
i would be thrilled to see some small positive news announcement at some point. i notice that when the company is doing poorly they dont bother to market. too hard. the marketing director of reed is probably the easiest job in the world. sits in his/her office and reads fb.
no, i try not to. it was a turn of a phrase. you know i was referring to one of the two companies that hippie dippie ceo has openly mocked in conference calls. GT dave (before chris blew the kombucha biz to hell) and jones (before jencue the cfo landed 7-11 while hippie dippie was getting deleted from customer accounts and seeing declining sales). one is public, and the other will go public at some point for a couple billion dollars. meanwhile chris is trying to figure out how to stem the tide of lost customers and millions in sales (probably tens of millions).
you are a bitter person huh? i think the company has great promise. the need to turn the corner and get a view to profitability. things were moving slowly for them, but it appears to be picking up.
no, i think portable fuel is compelling technology for military. it is compelling for a lot of applications. i love that quantum has been #$%$ this for 20 years so they know the technology cold. they have the gray hairs. however, if a bullet hits the thing, what happens? that would be my concern. i expect that safety testing on the VP has been wildly extensive. this is a giant validation of stock that was being priced to go under. this could be the start of a big ramp up for this long suffering company. sometimes it sucks to be ahead of your time. but no one wants to cut corners on such a thing, so you buy the best. if quantum has the best storage, it is going to be an easy sail now.
low volume. not to worry. it was overbought and overbought will not work in the markets now. they shoot overbought. look at CERS today. massive announcement, then they shot it.
the filled out the applications. these are not "sales" guys. these are consultants. experts. they are good at filling out forms. that is why after a month of being legally available for sale, you have not heard a word about the produce markets. not. a. word.
so, it is a chicken product and people are losing faith in the company again. the headlines for chicken approval and completion of testing will propel the stock at some point in the the next 6 weeks we assume. if the company doing the testing does not announce themselves as switching to sdc, you will have your answer.
the inside selling and unanswered accusations are going to keep people selling. the stock coudl easily trade back to 60 cents without a proper explanation of the business and proof of ethical management. that is why the stock is down 60% in a month.
you misunderstand the purpose of the QPWR system. it turns into electricity the waste products from the MNGA gasification plant. otherwise you have a waste disposal headache. i think that this has not been adequately explained at all by either company. i think there is some hubris afoot especially at mnga. they have some issues to answer for and they have ignored them. yet, the concerns are not going away.
you are entirely right. never. you have to ignore the 52 week on a large volume. meaningless.
with the small exception that he has been right and you ahve been a pumping fool praising oxyslur and their many businesses to 11 cents a share. and there will be many more business to come too. drones. lol. they dont know what to do next. glad i am out. the dilution is coming.
fantasy. it isnt going to be hard to ignore it at all at this pace. the largest restaurant chain in world owns a peice of it and seems to be ignoring it just fine. they are at risk of not finding enthusiastic clinets will to risk their businesses on the product. that seems to be the case. i hope someone in chicken takes the risk. subway didnt and chipotle didnt. says a lot.
are you really this stupid? i have heaped criticism on jones, but you are delusional. what an easy short for you with this unique knowledge. post your trades. i think the product line and marketing suck at jones, but the stock is still going to 90 cents or higher if the 7-11 deal is solid. if it is BS fluff, like so many other cue pronouncements, it will sell off hard. earnings for this q dont mean much. people dont drink in the 4q. they slowly shrivel until spring.