Rockuvages: Get off James back. From his posting history he's well invested and not happy with the sp. I'm sure he's well aware of all the good info over the past year but not happy that info hasn't returned anything by a loss.
James: The update is nice and informative for followers of the web site or those on the e mail list. You are right , if this is as big a deal as it appears to be, it needs to be in a PR with other informative information. If you want to get the word out to the general public a PR is what's needed. Looks like the only ones buying are longs picking up shares on the cheap while -itching about the share price. Hope a PR gets out this week.
With the amount of law trained following this and other boards there must be a way to get the attention of the right agency to get this investigated and stopped. I understand pinks are subject to this kind of game playing, but there has to be a way to stop it.
Would bw interesting if we knew who placed the low bid and who sold at it and if there is any connection/arrangement between the two. This seems to have been going on for a long time.
"I bet that there will eventually be news forthcoming about some great developments between these groups." I like your optimism but we have had these relationships for years and yet nothing has really developed of any significance that has been released by the company. I do believe a relationship is there but nothing released shows that it is no more than casual. Don't take this as bashing, it's not, but what ever happened to the epa papers and N assay paper among others that never seems to get published. Coming up on a year with the Saudi deal and not a peep. Nada. Singapore, nada. I'm trying to be a fair but nothing or not much predicted comes true. How many times have we heard this is a game changer Nothing thus far shows any big demand for our products and nothing has changed. Sure would like to hear something, anything to show there is life in Nanologix.
when this goes below a dollar? If there was any good news it would have been out long ago. Sad to say but management destroyed this company and now beyond repair.
Not trying to be contrary but what but logical reason could there be for the lack of management support of the s/p if relevant sales are being made. Are we selling, i believe yes, but nothing released supports any amount regardless of how much or how little. What's the big secret? Not asking for the source of the sales just a dollar amount to consider if this company has a chance to survive. I get no pleasure in saying nothing to date has shown us to be in anything but still in the r&d stage. Will someone provide some numbers to prove different and if not I'm afraid we will just drift lower.
"The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has been seeking information on 10 registered broker dealers as part of an ongoing investigation into high-frequency trading strategies, according to an internal SEC document reviewed by Reuters.
The firms listed are Allston Trading LLC; Hudson River Trading LLC; Jump Trading LLC; Latour Trading LLC, which is an affiliate of Tower Trading; Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, owned by Bank of America Group; Octeg LLC, which has been merged into a unit of KCG Holdings Inc; Tradebot Systems Inc; Two Sigma Investments LLC; Two Sigma Securities LLC; and Virtu Financial.
They are all some of the largest trading firms in the U.S. Allston and Jump are both based in Chicago. Hudson River, Latour, Merrill, Two Sigma, and Virtu are headquartered in New York. KCG is in Jersey City, New Jersey, and Tradebot is based in Kansas City, Missouri.
Jump, Latour, Bank of America, Hudson River, Tradebot and KCG declined to comment. The other firms did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Their number and the open-ended quest for information shows that the SEC is casting a wide net as it looks to unearth wrongdoing in the marketplace.
A number of government agencies, including the SEC, New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have said they had active probes into high-speed and automated trading.
The SEC has been seeking evidence of abuse of order types, as well as traditional forms of abusive trading like "layering" or "spoofing" and other issues relating to high-frequency trading that might be violations of the law, SEC Director of Enforcement Andrew Ceresney told Reuters in May.
Spoofing and layering are tactics where traders places orders that they cancel before they are executed to create the false impression of demand, aiming to trick others into buying or selling a stock at the artificial price."