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sfsi_mont 63 posts  |  Last Activity: May 15, 2014 10:57 AM Member since: Jul 20, 2012
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  • sfsi_mont by sfsi_mont May 15, 2014 10:57 AM Flag

    the BS never stops with this company.
    you holders are like a bunch of seals getting "beat" to death !
    how much more of your brains need to be beat and fused into the pavement?

  • Reply to

    . . All you "lost minds" out there

    by sfsi_mont May 12, 2014 2:28 AM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont May 12, 2014 7:10 PM Flag

    no dear boy,
    we were talking about RNA medicines at first.

    tired of arguing with you kid.

  • Reply to

    . . All you "lost minds" out there

    by sfsi_mont May 12, 2014 2:28 AM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont May 12, 2014 8:32 AM Flag

    but your not rational.
    so you ignore the facts. is that what your trying to say?

  • Reply to


    by osprey.watch3 Apr 25, 2014 5:05 PM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont May 5, 2014 3:48 PM Flag

    who will be buying the property?

    or will it foreclose.

  • Reply to

    What I wish:

    by redspinelpinktopaz Apr 23, 2014 2:32 PM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 25, 2014 10:35 AM Flag

    . . rumor has it
    Barb now goes to Starbucks for cappuccino's
    gave up coffee.

  • it's the highway to hell.
    glad I bailed last Oct 22nd. 2012 at .0329

  • Reply to

    Volume is really low today....

    by benthicdweller Apr 18, 2014 1:40 PM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 19, 2014 2:23 AM Flag

    red ink on dry ice.
    mcet i feel is in the calm
    before the good storm. Dig iT

  • sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 19, 2014 2:12 AM Flag

    we had poltergeist's
    where did they go?

    march 25 2013. bingo.


  • saw what xdsl does to people since: 11/23/2012
    it's a bad story.

    i see they still don't have a working website.
    their just a mirror.

    put that in the files.
    we had poltergeist's
    where did they go?


  • sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 18, 2014 2:11 AM Flag

    And . .
    want2chouf . . flounders throughout the basement and locates a 2nd. basement bedroom . .

  • The default will be settled out of court or pushed back. The funders are going to push for stage 3 of mct-125 aka this year entering them into a 3 billion a year market which by the way they will monopolize via no one else has even come close to attempting. It's the dark before the dawn. This company in 5 years will be a multi billion dollar research company. Forget about loosing .001 or so. View the big picture and wait.

  • Reply to

    We had a nice run over the last to weeks But,,,

    by jayninj44 Apr 17, 2014 11:18 AM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 17, 2014 3:02 PM Flag

    well i have been with MCET for only about 14 months now started at .0052 (yep a bagholder)
    have had other stocks for a couple years. but i think jaynin (i don't know him) made a typo and meant to write .0006
    it would nice to think we were going to .006 but it will depend on the PR we get at the end of this month about Rutgers.
    anyway i think we won't go below our support level that barchart shows. at this price it's still a bargain.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Tesla has 3 choices of lithium supply

    by sfsi_mont Apr 7, 2014 8:26 PM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 16, 2014 10:50 PM Flag

    well heck then . . why you here? why are you concerned and on the AMEL message board?
    why don't you find your Chile lithium company and invest with them?

    seems your investment what's to be overseas. What are you doing here at AMEL investor message boards?

  • Reply to

    a surprise visitor gave his opinion

    by sfsi_mont Apr 14, 2014 1:44 AM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 16, 2014 8:29 PM Flag

    . . dude
    Newmin's in his 70's

    Wake Up !!!
    it's not Newmin he's talking about.

  • Reply to

    A lot of people are Dumping . .

    by sfsi_mont Apr 15, 2014 1:33 PM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 16, 2014 7:55 PM Flag

    Rutgers. so what. we don't need 'em
    if we have to, we will find someone else to pick up the research.
    things will get "ironed out" with Rutgers and a “good faith reasonable effort” will again make 'em happy.
    a 4 million dollar payment, I feel won't be necessary. We are a up and coming Biotech Company that is being watched by Pfizer. And Corning.
    I bet one of 'em will bail us out.

    the Stent research will continue because there's international patents on it.
    I think it's ok to put MCT-465 and 485 on the back burner.

    OnWard and UpWard with MCT-125.

  • sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 16, 2014 7:20 PM Flag

    . . . THAT was It !
    Now I remember the things name.
    by the way . . he must have been hard to kill because there were so many of him. Ha

  • that Default with Rutgers and the stent created a massive Sell Off !
    I believe that MCET has much more going for them then only their stent.
    Sure they intend to put MCT-465 and MCT-485 on the back burner now but now they intend to gear their focus on MCT-125. Which is a lot further along then anything they got.

    Pfizer or Corning may have a lot more interest in them now then ever before. People that are dumping and leaving are gonna regret it. A lot can happen in two weeks when they have to get to .01
    And yes I still think they will make it with a news PR that will catapult them up to that level.
    this bagholder is staying.

  • this is what he said.

    MCET prediction..... there has been a lot of flack on this stock. i don't really understand why..... if any of you are familiar with how research goes you would understand that MCET is far enough that the chances of them failing is pretty close to impossible. WHEN there research is cleared by the FDA they will be a HUGE company, possibly even a billion dollar company, not to mention if any of there other products/ patents make it this far, they will be almost as big as pfizer. which by the way is a partner with MCET and is a multi billion dollar company already! (look it up if you don't believe me 170 billion i believe). big brother (pfizer) has a peering eye on MCET because of there highly valued patents and products, the possibility of a buy out is not only an option but a very visible in the near future, a great option for pfizer. rumors have been spreading about a buy out of 1$ per share, possible, yes in my opinion. actually a great deal for pfizer if you ask me. those patents are top notch, read them if you have any doubts. i do medical research and every one of there patents are definitely pointed in the right direction. think about it people, getting patents are a pain, expensive and time consuming, why would a company get a patent if there product/research was garbage? exactly... MCET knows they have great stuff, investors need to know it and be confident in it too!!! all of the people on here knocking MCET are going to feel ridiculous when knows drops and we are all sky high. MY PREDICTION: financials are coming out this week! MCET makes the .01 mark for the OCT, and when more news comes out we raise to almost a dollar, causing pfizer to buy out MCET for 1-3$ per share. valuing MCET 1.5-5 billion dollar company in the next yr to a yr 1/2. watch and learn people!

  • Reply to

    Tesla has 3 choices of lithium supply

    by sfsi_mont Apr 7, 2014 8:26 PM
    sfsi_mont sfsi_mont Apr 13, 2014 2:53 AM Flag

    you bet buddy ! Tesla will spend huge amounts of money to find a supplier over seas and buy lithium from another country then have the stuff "imported" and shipped overseas back to Nevada to their plant then pat themselves on the back for making a good financial decision.

    you Gotta be wasted or something, in order to make that kind of announcement that you posted.


    Obviously, it was an honor to be invited to speak at the forum and a tremendous opportunity to network with those integral to the world antimony market.

    The FLPC team put together an effective presentation for the forum group, and I was very pleased with the response the company received about our focus on antimony, including the recent Arabia Project acquisition.

    Additionally, I was quite encouraged with the response shown by the international downstream antimony smelting / refining / trading community with the meetings that took place. They expressed a real interest in diversification of raw material supply and our efforts to bring back antimony mining to the USA.

    As trial stibnite (antimony) ore mining began at Fencemaker last fall, the FLPC Management Team agreed that it would be beneficial to identify additional antimony mines within the general area. By December, the team was reviewing the Arabia Project and in February the negotiations got underway for an Earn-in purchase agreement.

    The research gathered during this period strongly indicated that the mineralization indicated on the Arabia property is an ideal addition to FLPC’s property portfolio. It also marked another step toward the company’s objective of becoming a leader in the American antimony market.

    The focus now is to recalibrate and then expand the mining of Fencemaker, and begin the procedures for developing and mining Arabia. The timeline for Arabia is now in the analysis stage, a process that will benefit greatly by the knowledge and experience gained from Fencemaker.

    On the related topic of establishing a milling operation in Lovelock, the necessity for a substantive ability to produce an antimony concentrate of approximately 58 to 60% has only increased with the Arabia acquisition.

    We are now modifying the original milling design to allow for increased capacity, with this revised plan to be submitted and completed as quickly as possible. While we are pleased that we will have generated revenue from the trial ore shipments this quarter, there is no question that the incremental value from having a mill to concentrate our ore is essential to enhancing our long term profitability.

    While the timeline for getting the mill in place has shifted (though still in 2014), we believe it is essential we ‘get it right’ so as to ensure our shared success.

    Let me close by saying that there is no way to assess the value of attending the World Antimony Forum. I can share that I engaged in a number of meetings with new and already known associates on both the mining and purchasing side of our business.

    Ultimately those connections could well play a part in the accelerated development of First Liberty Power. There are many exciting First Liberty developments underway, and we have a very strong future ahead.

    One last item---we announced that video of my presentation at the world forum would be available. Unfortunately, due to a mis-communication from forum organizers, there was no video recording of any part of the event.

    However, as we value our commitment to our investors, I am putting together a written summary of my presentation that will be posted on our website in the next week.


    Don Nicholson
    CEO, First Liberty Power

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