I'm sure this little gem is so wonderful that you find the need to post about it only on a pinksheet stock board of a company you bash constantly.
Im not worried.
You mean like AMD and FSLR? How much have you lost on those so far? Did your gains from SGLB offset that?
Thats a lot of dishes, probably not a huge amount of $ though at a buck a piece.
I wonder how long they are on the shelf there before shipping.
.043 here. Not sure why I listened, but I had some play money in the acct to fool around with.
May be taking my original investment out today if it goes up any more. Sitting at +161% right now.
Exactly. There is no reason that this should be a secret at this point. If they are going to file papers with the SEC then they should release information to the shareholders as well.
Assuming these numbers are correct, I find it hard to believe the money is entirely from the sales of dishes. Something else may be going on here.
Form D instructions from SEC site:
Enter the revenue range of the Issuer or of all the Issuers together for the most recently completed fiscal year available, or, if not in existence for a fiscal year, revenue range to date. Domestic SEC reporting companies should state revenues in accordance with Regulation S-X under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934....
Amended form D now shows revenue for the company as $1,000,001 - $5,000,000.
Last year it was originally filed as $1-$1,000,000.
Hopefully there will be details soon...
Also, one of the documents works now and contains this phrase "NanoLogix utilizes a patented (# 8413800) vacuum sealed packaging system that has proven to increase the shelf life and
quality of our media based products. Third party testing concludes a 1 year product shelf life under cold storage and room temperature conditions."
Before it said "Third party testing is underway to determine product performance during storage conditions. Progress and results will be documented as they are available. Industry standard (90 day) expiration dates will be noted as a minimum shelf life until further testing results are available."
This is new and good I would think.
Video is now in the front page of the website. kind of awkward placement, but at least its an attempt at showing just how simple a process this is.
Is he still here?
I sold most of my holdings in the mid 13's a while back for some extra pocket money and thinking it would pull back a bit so I could always get back in.
Oh well. I still came out with 300% gains have a bit left over.
Hard to complain about that
You come here, claiming to have no financial interest in the company and then laugh and laugh as people lose money. Not only do you hate the company, but that also makes you dishonest.
Do you not realize how sad that is?
And whopping $1000 trades!!
What a joke. It really is crazy how much you hate this company. I guess I just dont understand mental illness...
The Application Data Sheet filed with the flat pack patent application (13/449857) on USPTO PAIR lists the Assignee as Nanologix Inc. 843 N. Main St. Hubbard OH.
I do not see anything else that would have removed that assignee from the patent, but maybe I missed something that someone else could find. So as far as I can tell, from what was filed, NNLX owns the rights, not Bret.
It also shows Bret's mailing address as the NNLX location. I would hope that he is not using the office mailing address for a patent application which according to some here has nothing to do with the company.
Hence the last bit about me saying I sound like a conspiracist.
Oh wait, you selectively edited that out of my post so you could attack me over it.
Good job little boy!