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NanoLogix, Inc. Message Board

omarhatesyou 43 posts  |  Last Activity: 6 hours ago Member since: Mar 11, 2010
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  • Reply to

    you said E coli?

    by longpicker May 27, 2016 3:45 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou 6 hours ago Flag

    erickarther posted "omar .. You are full of it.fo"

    I suppose to your twisted mind the stock being at this level is because of other posters are "full of it", couldn't be that the reason is the company's lack of success ?

  • Reply to

    you said E coli?

    by longpicker May 27, 2016 3:45 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou Jun 26, 2016 8:44 AM Flag

    erickarther posted "You're the one who brought in the bend over grabbing your ankles line. It is you who has the obsession with Nanologix. I'm but a small time investor who's a bit underwater with THIS speculative investment............. jury still out with N-Assay yet to play so I'll hang, laugh at your obsession with hurting Nanologix and see what plays out."

    I think most are laughing at your twisted views. The only one who has "hurt" the company is the company itself. Scanning over past updates/PR should make it clear( expect for you and some others) why things are at where they are at, it's not because of people on a message board "hurting" the company( what a joke).

    I suppose if you can't handle reality and need to blame others then keep it up if that's what you need to not keep up at night worrying. Also, for a "Speculative" investment you seem to take it extremely personal when others bring up valid subjects that don't make you feel comfortable with your investment, thats really odd for something that is suppose to be a speculative play. Why be so defensive with something you're just a "bit" underwater with ?

  • Reply to

    you said E coli?

    by longpicker May 27, 2016 3:45 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou Jun 18, 2016 9:38 AM Flag

    Sierrajulietnovember posted on May 27, "NanoLogix is also in the final N-Assay configuration stages for detection of E-coli 0157 at the request of, and for use by, a US Federal Agency. A number of the assays will be sent to the agency within three weeks for their testing evaluation. '

    It's over 3 weeks now.

  • Reply to

    Seems about right to me commish

    by erickarther Jun 10, 2016 9:05 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou Jun 15, 2016 5:35 AM Flag

    erickarther posted " This sight is for entertainment and you are it at the moment.'

    You are the entertainment. I believe Coalpile nailed it on the head with his comment below. The real joke is you think others are messed up when in reality you are the real joke of the board. When other post something you don't approve of even if it has a valid point you immediately do your little act. Saying this is entertainment, others are a waste time or just posting fo and running away. Now you're putting out this is a strong buy when you called this a " good speculative buy" not so long ago. Coal pile seems to be real accurate with his judgement of you.

    Coal pile -"You, without a doubt have to be the dumbest #$%$ to roam the planet."

  • Reply to

    Seems about right to me commish

    by erickarther Jun 10, 2016 9:05 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou Jun 11, 2016 8:24 AM Flag

    erickarther posted "Good speculative buy at 3 pennies..."

    By what measure do you determine this is a "good speculative buy " ? Are you going just by what the price is ?

    I have seen posts in the past here brag about the technology when the PPS was much higher and now when it's a few cents, I would think they would be buying like no tomorrow but the volume doesn't support many are classifying this as a good speculative buy right now.

    There is still too much uncertainty on the N-Assay which makes this very risky. Maybe you can explain how a very risky situation equates to a "good speculative buy " opportunity ?

  • Reply to

    here we go again

    by cachingamore Jun 6, 2016 2:44 PM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou Jun 7, 2016 5:49 PM Flag

    "Omar, what's your point? "

    Acts so smart yet actually not really that smart at all. I don't think you and others with your "strong buy" sentiment really mean what you put down at the end of your posts. The price where shares are at now demonstrate my point.

    Look at the volume for just today, among all these STRONG believers that is all you guys could do ? Seriously, this technology is suppose to be the best thing out there and can't generate enough to make the volume higher than this ? Either tapped out or don't believe. I'm thinking the faith just isn't there.

  • Reply to

    here we go again

    by cachingamore Jun 6, 2016 2:44 PM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou Jun 6, 2016 7:09 PM Flag

    There was an article put out on this board back in December, some strong words, MOST ACCURATE, FASTEST AND SENSITIVE DIAGNOSTIC TESTED !! Where are all those cult followers at with their strong buy sentiments ? They haven't any more money to buy or maybe they really don't mean their strong buy sentiment they attached to their posts ?

    They said the manufacturer contacted NanoLogix in February, the agreement was finalized in late October and a purchase order was issued in late November. NanoLogix then began the initial customization of the N-Assay, a modified ELISA, or enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.

    Bret Barnhizer, NanoLogix CEO, said finalization of the contract is the most significant news the company has ever had.

    Barnhizer said this initial customization of the N-Assay is the first of its kind for NanoLogix .

    "The technology has proven to be the most accurate, fastest, and sensitive diagnostic tested, able to rapidly detect bacteria strains and determine whether or not those strains are resistant to various antibiotics," he said.

    Barnhizer said the N-Assay has detected sub-strains of some bacteria that are not seen with traditional standard diagnostic tests.

    "The significance of that development is that we can now recognize the existence of those sub-strains while others cannot, meaning that where previously a patient tested as negative for presence of a bacteria, he or she may be found to have a previously undetected infection," he said.

  • Reply to

    Any end of the week financials?

    by keembodakine Jun 3, 2016 1:19 PM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou Jun 3, 2016 4:03 PM Flag

    There are a couple people claiming to have talked to the CEO and the word it appears is Flatpack sales are increasing and enough to cover expenses. I believe the PPS right now shows people think current financials are awful. I think showing financials could only help if indeed the sales are increasing like these two posters claim to have heard from the CEO.

    From the other board

    "Search post number 2153 by Sierra and Post number 2159 by Eudius.

    Hi all,
    I also talked with BB and was also told that the FlatPack revenues are covering operating costs and that they are steadily increasing, Most of these are through Amazon so no Sales VP needed here.

    'Looks like more of the same today Beach...guess a couple of folks don't want to hang around for N-Assay...I truly think N-Assay will hit the ground running by the end of the year. Called NNLX and talked to BB...said flatpack sales are enough for them to cover expenses and that flatpack sales are increasing

  • Reply to

    you said E coli?

    by longpicker May 27, 2016 3:45 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 28, 2016 5:07 PM Flag

    Top 2 ? JNJ and MDT ? I have own MDT for years as a DRIP, it merged with an Irish company Covidien not too long ago. Maybe that explains the jumped to a higher position ?

  • Reply to

    you said E coli?

    by longpicker May 27, 2016 3:45 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 28, 2016 10:35 AM Flag

    Sierra posted "The earlier mentioned project to configure the N-Assay for one of the World's two largest medical technology companies has reached its final stages.

    Earlier it was mentioned to be " one of the world's THREE largest...."

    Dec 2015

    "...an innovator in the rapid detection, identification and determination of the antibiotic resistance and sensitivity of bacteria, is very pleased to announce that they have been contracted by one of the world's three largest global Medical Device manufacturers to customize the NanoLogix N-Assay, a unique modified ELISA diagnostic.

  • Reply to

    Friday update

    by scrapple521 May 27, 2016 4:41 PM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 27, 2016 5:06 PM Flag

    Here are some numbers from the past too , interesting almost exactly 5 years later !! Maybe this time things will work out better ?

    "May 31, 2011: The company had a very successful exhibit at the American Society for Microbiology General Meeting in New Orleans last week. Interest was renewed with a Japanese firm and new interest was generated from various parties including the US Navy, US Army, USDA, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Atlanta).

    Based on the success of the ASM and other business building activities, the company will be shipping BNP and BNF kits to the USDA next week for testing and to a major food processing company in a few weeks.."

  • Reply to

    FAT LADY forgets her first verse.....

    by erickarther May 27, 2016 8:36 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 27, 2016 10:30 AM Flag

    Erickather wrote "Today we as investors see good news. I do not buy stock with news of five years ago as a deciding factor........"

    And I see from the PPS action this morning how much you and your "we" like that news.

  • Reply to

    FAT LADY forgets her first verse.....

    by erickarther May 27, 2016 8:36 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 27, 2016 9:54 AM Flag

    "Nanologix is a speculative investment and I like the latest development."

    And as a SPECULATIVE INVESTMENT it should be examined, and it should be put to the test with valid questioning of what was talked about in the past. Anyone who is against that shouldn't be calling something a SPECULATIVE INVESTMENT.

  • Reply to

    FAT LADY forgets her first verse.....

    by erickarther May 27, 2016 8:36 AM
    omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 27, 2016 9:29 AM Flag

    Three years ago, things were expects too back then. Hear anything from EPA lately ? I wouldn't start a victory dance yet. With all the things "expected" in the past, I EXPECT people will want to see the dollars before praising the company so quickly as you do.

    "“NanoLogix products are at present being used on six classified Federal government projects, with expanded use expected this year. Those projects are funded by the United States Department of Defense and the Environmental Protection Agency.”

    “The N-Assay is a unique ELISA multiwell machine-readable assay that provides results for bacteria identification and antibiotic sensitivity in less than one hour with high sensitivity and specificity. Indications to date are that the N-Assay will provide rapid results for any bacteria for which an antibody exists. We at NanoLogix and the researchers using the N-Assay are very excited at this new development. The N-Assay is projected to provide a premier platform for Point-of–Care rapid diagnostics.”

  • omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 23, 2016 7:54 PM Flag

    What is really big WOW Is the company doesn't share news how well things are going in terms of updated financial news to perhaps help the PPS. Maybe they have numbers to support a better PPS ?

    From that other board there are at least a couple claiming to have heard some kind of news of how things are going. If sales are increasing while the share price is dropping that would be indeed a big WOW !

    Hi all,
    I also talked with BB and was also told that the FlatPack revenues are covering operating costs and that they are steadily increasing, Most of these are through Amazon so no Sales VP needed here.

    'Looks like more of the same today Beach...guess a couple of folks don't want to hang around for N-Assay...I truly think N-Assay will hit the ground running by the end of the year. Called NNLX and talked to BB...said flatpack sales are enough for them to cover expenses and that flatpack sales are increasing

  • omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 22, 2016 7:39 AM Flag

    nottingham wrote "Will let the past lie and wish for prosperity from here on out."

    You asked who Giles Manley is ? You don't know even know what the past is ? Wishing and Hoping I'm sure been done by others and still the price is where it is.

  • omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 19, 2016 9:32 PM Flag

    Nottingham wrote "Back to Omar's point that level is supported because some believe N-Assay will work out, ya follow. "

    They might be in for a nice eye opener IF it goes the way N-Assay for viruses appears to have gone with no news for over a year.

    "Jan, 2015 NanoLogix is pleased to share the following information:
    In recent and ongoing work, researchers in the United States have confirmed the potential efficacy of NanoLogix's N-Assay as a rapid indicator for the presence of the current-threat strain of the Ebola virus, EBOV. The research demonstrates a sub-three hour result at present. Researchers are working to refine the test and reduce time-to-detection to facilitate the N-Assay's use as a Point of Care (POC) diagnostic for hemorrhagic and other viruses.

  • omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 18, 2016 5:32 AM Flag

    commishfree wrote "The stock doesn't trade at all today.....not even a "WOW" out of him. I guess the pumping of a stinky pink penny stock is not part of his life anymore. Ya follow?"

    How can anyone pump something that has a history like this one does ? Just go through the PRs and Updates and see how things have worked out. Only thing that would help is if there was some kind of success they could brag about but where is any to be found ?

    The current level is being supported because some believe N-Assay will work out. How long( more months) will the silence continue on that until more give up ? Wouldn't surprise me if the company announces something new and improve and will take even more time to develop,( "customize""refine" whatever fancy wording might be used).

  • omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 17, 2016 7:07 PM Flag

    nnlxinvestor wrote "My life is fine, but I've also gotten more perspective and this message board is not a huge part of it any longer."

    If you resemble anything you post on here, your life can't be fine. You are one twisted thinking individual.

  • omarhatesyou omarhatesyou May 17, 2016 5:15 AM Flag

    Of course, you don't want to hear about the past. You're right there with Erick with the same ideas. Both of you spew the same garbage. And of course, people want to talk about the NOW. And the past which of course you don't want people to hear about has made the NOW which it is, 3 cents a share. Tough to handle for a twisted mind like yours.

    In the PAST, Big talk from the company has resulted in almost nothing for the NOW. Do you even realize how warped your mind is ? Clinical study, EPA, NASA, foreign partners, on and on and what results to SHOW for the NOW ? It's silence.

    Also, only a fool would talk about some gain for a day when the stock is down so far from where it was. LOL, Good luck with that.

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